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Stellantis N.V. (STLAM.MI)

Milan - Milan Delayed price. Currency in EUR
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18.63-0.37 (-1.97%)
As of 01:57PM CEST. Market open.
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Previous close19.01
Open18.78
Bid18.63 x N/A
Ask18.63 x N/A
Day's range18.56 - 18.87
52-week range16.15 - 27.35
Volume3,985,199
Avg. volume10,190,484
Market cap54.808B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.38
PE ratio (TTM)3.14
EPS (TTM)5.94
Earnings date25 Jul 2024
Forward dividend & yield1.55 (8.16%)
Ex-dividend date22 Apr 2024
1y target est21.50
  • Associated Press Finance

    Stellantis tells owners of over 24,000 hybrid minivans to park outdoors due to battery fire risk

    Stellantis is telling the owners of more than 24,000 plug-in hybrid minivans to park them outdoors away from buildings, and to stop charging them due to the possibility of battery fires. The company said Thursday that it's recalling certain 2017 through 2021 Chrysler Pacifica plug-in hybrids, mainly in North America. Stellantis, maker of Jeep, Chrysler, Ram and other vehicle brands, said its investigation is ongoing but the company has linked the problem to a rare abnormality in individual battery cells.

  • Reuters

    Stellantis recalls 24,000 Chrysler minivans for fire risks, urges outdoor parking

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Stellantis on Thursday recalled about 24,000 Chrysler Pacifica plug-in hybrid minivans worldwide because of fire risks, and urged owners to park outside, away from structures. Stellantis said the recall of 2017 through 2021 model year Chrysler Pacifica Hybrids includes about 19,500 vehicles in the United States. The company is aware of seven incidents that occurred when the vehicles were turned off and some occurred while recharging, as well as four customers who reported symptoms consistent with smoke inhalation.

  • Reuters

    Serbia eyes lithium deals with Mercedes, Stellantis, VW, president says

    Serbia will give Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen and Stellantis the opportunity to purchase lithium for car batteries as the nation prioritises European over Chinese carmakers, its president said. "The EU needs lithium and we want to strengthen our ties with the EU," President Aleksandar Vucic told German daily Handelsblatt in an interview published on Thursday. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz will travel to Serbia for talks with Vucic on Friday, with critical raw materials for battery supply chains and electric cars serving as a key theme.