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Stellantis N.V. (STLA.MI)

Milan - Milan Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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14.60-0.31 (-2.05%)
At close: 05:38PM CET
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Previous close14.91
Open14.86
Bid14.60 x N/A
Ask14.73 x N/A
Day's range14.46 - 14.89
52-week range11.16 - 19.35
Volume10,869,461
Avg. volume10,008,475
Market cap46.922B
Beta (5Y monthly)N/A
PE ratio (TTM)3.01
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield1.04 (7.07%)
Ex-dividend date19 Apr 2022
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Stellantis partners with Qinomic on project to turn combustion engine vans into EVs

    Carmaker Stellantis said on Friday it had partnered with Qinomic, a French high-tech company focused on mobility, to develop a project aiming to convert internal combustion engine vans into electric-powered vehicles. The Italian-French carmaker said the deal involved its Circular Economy unit. In its business plan presented earlier this year, Stellantis set a goal to boost revenues of its business focused on recycling ten-fold to over 2 billion euros ($2.1 billion) by 2030.

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    Stellantis offers French workers 5.3% pay hike, unions unimpressed

    Stellantis offered its French workers a 5.3% pay rise to cope with inflation in overnight negotiations, the carmaker said, drawing an unenthusiastic response from unions which have mostly called for an increase of 7.3% to 8.5%. Five unions are taking part in the wage talks. "We negotiated in a constructive manner to arrive at a balanced proposal that responds to the expectations of employees while safeguarding the performance of our sites in France," Bruno Bertin, director of human resources for Stellantis in France, said in a statement.

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    Four unions at Stellantis asking for 7.3%-8.5% pay rises in France - sources

    PARIS (Reuters) -Four unions at carmaker Stellantis are asking for a pay rise of between 7.3% and 8.5% in France to cope with the soaring cost of living, union sources told Reuters on Thursday. Five unions are taking part in the Stellantis wage talks, with the fifth, the hardline CGT, asking for increases of more than 8.5%, although the CGT only formulates its demands in absolute numbers, not in percentages. CGT negotiators want a monthly minimum wage of at least 2,000 euros ($2,100) net for every worker and are also asking for a wage increase of 400 euros per month net for every worker, regardless of salary level.