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General Motors Company

GM.N

Latest Trade

59.86USD

Change

-0.31(-0.52%)

Volume

3,557,167

Today's Range

59.65

 - 

61.52

52 Week Range

40.05

 - 

65.18

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Pricing

Previous Close
60.17
Open
61.11
Volume
3,557,167
3M AVG Volume
375.39
Today's High
61.52
Today's Low
59.65
52 Week High
65.18
52 Week Low
40.05
Shares Out (MIL)
1,451.86
Market Cap (MIL)
87,358.44
Forward P/E
9.05
Dividend (Yield %)
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Next Event

General Motors Co at Credit Suisse Global Industrials Conference (Virtual)

Latest Developments

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UAW Says COVID-19 Joint Task Continues To Strongly Recommend Vaccinations, Boosters

Pure Watercraft Says GM's investment values firm at $600 mln

General Motors To Launch 13 New Electric Vehicles In Middle East by 2025

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About General Motors Company

General Motors Company designs, builds and sells trucks, crossovers, cars and automobile parts worldwide. The Company provides automotive financing services through General Motors Financial Company, Inc. (GM Financial). GM North America (GMNA) and GM International (GMI) are its automotive segments. GMNA and GMI meets the demands of customers in North America with vehicles developed, manufactured and marketed under the Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, GMC and Holden brands. The Company's segments include GMNA, GMI, Cruise and GM Financial. The Company’s subsidiaries and business units include OnStar LLC, which provides vehicle connectivity services; Cruise LLC, which is in the development and commercialization of self-driving technology; GM Financial Co., is its finance subsidiary, and BrightDrop, which is developing an ecosystem and electrified products and services to help in first to last mile delivery operations.

Industry

Auto & Truck Manufacturers

Contact Info

300 Renaissance Center

DETROIT, MI

48265-0001

United States

+1.313.6671500

https://www.gm.com/

Executive Leadership

Mary T. Barra

Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer

Mark L. Reuss

President

Paul A. Jacobson

Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President

Matthew Tsien

Executive Vice President, Chief Technology Officer

Randall D. Mott

Executive Vice President, Global Information Technology and Chief Information Officer

Key Stats

1.75 mean rating - 24 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, USD)

2018

147.0K

2019

137.2K

2020

122.5K

2021(E)

128.6K
EPS (USD)

2018

6.540

2019

4.820

2020

4.900

2021(E)

6.648
Price To Earnings (TTM)
8.04
Price To Sales (TTM)
0.67
Price To Book (MRQ)
1.67
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
3.80
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
201.21
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
136.90
Return on Investment (TTM)
6.97
Return on Equity (TTM)
4.59

Latest News

Latest News

UPDATE 1-Stellantis to require 14,000 U.S. workers to be fully vaccinated

Stellantis NV will require all of its 14,000 U.S. salaried non-represented employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Jan. 5, the automaker said on Friday, as it prepares for a phased reopening of its U.S. offices next year.

UPDATE 1-GM aims to tackle chip shortage with new designs made in North America

General Motors aims to tackle the global semiconductor shortage with new designs built in North America, President Mark Reuss said on Thursday.

GM's commercial EV unit to supply 5,400 more vans to Merchants Fleet

General Motors Co's BrightDrop said on Thursday vehicle leasing firm Merchants Fleet plans to order 5,400 more of its delivery vans in a boost to the largest U.S. automaker's fledgling electric commercial vehicle business.

UPDATE 1-Biden, pushing tax breaks for electric vehicles, to visit GM factory

U.S. President Joe Biden will visit a Michigan General Motors electric vehicle plant next week as the White House pushes Congress to approve big tax incentives for zero-emission vehicles.

GM to extend Chevrolet Bolt plant shutdown by three weeks

General Motors Co confirmed Friday it will again halt production at its Orion Assembly plant in Michigan, which makes the Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicle, for three more weeks.

WRAPUP 1-Ford, GM juggle high prices, supply chain pressure in Tesla's shadow

Detroit automakers Ford Motor Co and General Motors Co both took advantage of insatiable demand from U.S. consumers for trucks and SUVs to offset the pain caused by supply chain bottlenecks.

GM electric commercial vehicle unit to build dedicated dealer network

General Motors Co's electric commercial vehicle business, BrightDrop, will build out a dedicated dealer network to drive growth, the unit's head said on Tuesday.

GM rages against end of combustion age with a 670-hp Corvette

General Motors Co on Tuesday revved up the drive to expand its Corvette sports car brand globally, with a roar from a 670-horsepower, eight-cylinder combustion motor, challenging the likes of Ferrari NV, Porsche and McLaren.

GM to boost EV profile with 40,000 charging stations in U.S., Canada

General Motors said on Tuesday it would install up to 40,000 electric-vehicle charging stations in the United States and Canada, as part of the automaker's $750 million commitments to bolster its presence in the rapidly growing sector.

CORRECTED-GM more than halfway through shipping pickup trucks parked due to lack of chips-exec

General Motors Co is more than halfway through shipping newly assembly pickups that it had then parked due to a shortage of semiconductor chips that prevented the No. 1 U.S. automaker from shipping the trucks, a top executive said on Friday.

Michigan judge tosses GM lawsuit against Fiat Chrysler

A Michigan judge has thrown out a lawsuit that General Motors Co filed against Stellantis' Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) that accused its rival of fraud and unfair competition.

UPDATE 1-GM extending Bolt production halt for two additional weeks

General Motors said Wednesday it will extend a production halt of its electric vehicle Chevrolet Bolt for two additional weeks as it works to accelerate production of new battery modules and prioritize recall repairs.

UPDATE 1-GM, General Electric to study rare earth supply projects for EVs

General Motors Co and General Electric Co said on Wednesday they plan to study ways they could develop a supply chain of rare earths and other minerals used to make electric vehicles and renewable energy equipment.

GM aims to double revenues by 2030 as it drives to pass Tesla

General Motors Co Chief Executive Mary Barra told investors Wednesday the automaker plans to double revenue by 2030, expanding profits from combustion vehicles as it rolls out new electric vehicles and new digitally-powered services in a bid to catch up with Tesla Inc.

GM, General Electric to develop supply chain of rare earth materials for EVs

General Motors is partnering with a General Electric division to develop a supply chain of rare earth and other materials used in the manufacturing of electric vehicles and renewable energy equipment, the automaker said on Wednesday

GM to open battery cell development center in push to cut EV costs

General Motors Co on Tuesday said it will open a battery cell development center in southeast Michigan to help it drive down the cost and boost the driving range of electric vehicles with lithium ion and solid-state battery cells.

GM, Ford to settle suit over use of 'BlueCruise' name for hands-free driving

General Motors Co and Ford Motor Co have agreed to settle a legal battle over the latter's use of the name "BlueCruise" to market its hands-free driving technology.

Engine No. 1 backs GM's strategy around transition to EVs

Hedge fund Engine No. 1 on Monday formally announced it has taken a stake in General Motors Co and was supportive of its transition to battery electric vehicles, sending the shares of the No. 1 U.S. automaker up 3.2%.

GM auto sales fall for first time in four quarters

General Motors Co on Friday reported a drop in U.S. auto sales for the first time in four quarters, hit by worsening semiconductor chip shortages and low inventories.

GM's Cruise gets permit to give driverless rides to passengers in San Francisco

General Motors Co's Cruise self-driving car subsidiary said on Thursday it has become the first company to receive a permit to deploy driverless ride-hailing services from the California Department of Motor Vehicles.

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