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Renault SA

RENA.PA

Latest Trade

24.20EUR

Change

0.45(+1.89%)

Volume

2,338,580

Today's Range

23.09

 - 

24.42

52 Week Range

12.77

 - 

50.32

As of on the Euronext Paris ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
23.75
Open
23.34
Volume
2,338,580
3M AVG Volume
43.81
Today's High
24.42
Today's Low
23.09
52 Week High
50.32
52 Week Low
12.77
Shares Out (MIL)
290.36
Market Cap (MIL)
7,048.54
Forward P/E
-0.84
Dividend (Yield %)
--

Next Event

Q3 2020 Renault SA Corporate Sales Release

Latest Developments

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About Renault SA

Renault SA is a France-based company that designs, manufactures and sells passenger cars and light commercial vehicles and related services. Its brand portfolio consists of Renault, Dacia (both operating globally), Alpine (active in Europe, Japan and Australia), Renault Samsung Motors (operates only in South Korea) and Lada (operates only in Russia). The Group operating segments are three: Automotive excluding AVTOVAZ, Sales Financing and AVTOVAZ. Automotive excluding AVTOVAZ consists of the Group’s automotive activities comprising the production, sales, and distribution of passenger and light commercial vehicles, automobile service for the Renault, Dacia and Samsung brands and investments in Nissan, among others. Sales Financing, carried out by RCI Banque, covers the financing operations for sales of vehicles to dealers and end-users. AVTOVAZ, consists of the Russian automotive group AVTOVAZ and its parent company, the joint venture lliance Rostec Auto b.v.

Industry

Auto & Truck Manufacturers

Contact Info

13-15 quai Le Gallo

92100

France

+33.1.76840404

https://group.renault.com/

Executive Leadership

Jean-Dominique Senard

Chairman of the Board, Chairman of the Management Committee, Member of the Executive Committee

Luca de Meo

Chief Executive Officer

Clotilde Delbos

Interim Chief Executive Officer, Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer of Groupe Renault and Chairman of the Board of Directors of RCI Banque

Joao Miguel Leandro

Chief Executive Officer of RCI Bank and Services

Denis Le Vot

Executive Vice President Regions, Sales and Marketing, Member of the Group Executive Committee, Member of the Management Committee

Key Stats

2.87 mean rating - 23 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, EUR)

2017

58.8K

2018

57.4K

2019

55.5K

2020(E)

43.1K
EPS (EUR)

2017

18.680

2018

12.130

2019

-0.520

2020(E)

-27.737
Price To Earnings (TTM)
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Price To Sales (TTM)
0.15
Price To Book (MRQ)
0.27
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
--
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
232.66
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
32.44
Return on Investment (TTM)
-19.03
Return on Equity (TTM)
-7.26

Latest News

Latest News

UPDATE 1-'Bring back trust': Carlos Ghosn offers executive training in troubled Lebanon

* Lebanon's problem is "restoration of confidence," he says (Adds Ghosn comment from news conference)

UPDATE 1-Main Renault unions reject cost-cutting plans - sources

The four main unions representing employees at Renault oppose its cost-cutting plans, union sources said, adding to the French carmaker's restructuring headaches.

'Make yourself invaluable': Carlos Ghosn offers executive training in troubled Lebanon

Carlos Ghosn, the former Nissan and Renault head who fled Japan where he was facing trial, is launching a university management and business programme in Lebanon, a nation mired in a deep crisis blamed on years of misrule, mismanagement and corruption.

Main Renault unions to reject cost-cutting plans -sources

At least three of the four main unions representing employees at France's Renault plan to signal their disagreement with its cost-cutting plans, several union sources said, adding to the carmaker's turnaround headaches.

Renault's De Meo eyes sportier makeover for Megane models - sources

Renault's new Chief Executive Luca de Meo is keen to develop a sportier "crossover" model of the carmaker's popular Megane range, three sources familiar with the plans said, as the loss-making firm aims to roll out more profitable vehicles.

Renault's Alpine enters top tier at Le Mans in 2021 endurance season

Renault's new sports division Alpine will enter the 2021 World Endurance Championship, a series whose jewel in the crown is the Le Mans 24 Hours, the brand's general manager said on Monday.

UPDATE 2-Nissan to issue $8 billion in dollar-denominated debt

Japan's Nissan Motor Co will issue $8 billion in dollar-denominated debt and is considering euro-denominated bonds, it said on Friday, as the troubled automaker looks to diversify its funding.

EXCLUSIVE-Renault CEO: We may need more cuts to escape the red zone

* CEO said Renault should mimic PSA's turnaround (Adds more details)

Renault revamps brand set-up under new CEO De Meo

France's Renault said on Thursday it was moving to a new organisational set-up focused on core brands rather than geographies, in the first move by new Chief Executive Luca de Meo to shake up the loss-making carmaker.

Bad timing: COVID compounds woes of Renault-Nissan alliance

Record losses reported this week first by Nissan then its alliance partner Renault confirmed a harsh reality - automakers that already had weaknesses are having them mercilessly exposed by the COVID-19 epidemic.

Renault CEO: I'm confident about alliance with Nissan

The new CEO of French carmaker Renault said on Thursday he was confident that his firm's troubled alliance with Japanese partners Nissan and Mitsubishi would demonstrate that it was valuable for all sides.

UPDATE 2-Renault handed 'wake-up call' with record 7 billion euro loss

French carmaker Renault said it had been given a wake-up call on Thursday with a record net loss of 7.29 billion euros ($8.6 billion) in the first half of the year, inflicted by the COVID-19 crisis and troubles at its alliance partner Nissan.

Bad timing: COVID compounds woes of Renault-Nissan alliance

When the French part of the Renault-Nissan alliance reports its results on Thursday, investors expect confirmation of a harsh reality: automakers that already had weaknesses are having them mercilessly exposed by the COVID-19 epidemic.

Renault's H1 vehicle sales down 34.9%, ZOE electric model shines

French carmaker Renault on Monday reported a 34.9% drop in worldwide vehicle sales in the first half of the year due to the impact from the new coronavirus outbreak but said it had seen some signs of recovery in June.

Ex-Nissan boss Ghosn says Renault/Nissan results 'pathetic'

Former Nissan Motor Co Ltd Chairman Carlos Ghosn took a swipe at his old employers in a newspaper interview on Sunday, calling the Renault and Nissan results "pathetic", driven as much by a lack of joint leadership than the COVID-19 pandemic. Ghosn, who was also the chairman...

CORRECTED-European shares rise on upbeat China data; Renault jumps

European shares joined a global rally on Wednesday as signs of a pickup in China's services activity offset concerns about Sino-U.S. trade tensions and widespread civil unrest in the United States.

UPDATE 4-We thought too big, Renault says as it axes 15,000 jobs in cost-cutting reboot

Renault acknowledged that its global ambitions had been unrealistic, announcing plans to cut about 15,000 jobs, shrink production and restructure French plants as it pressed the reset button and sought to banish the spectre of Carlos Ghosn.

TIMELINE-From boom to bottom: Renault and Nissan bet on deeper cooperation

Renault SA, Nissan Motor Co and Mitsubishi Motors have no plans to merge and will instead focus on a new production sharing plan to cut costs and improve efficiency, Chairman Jean-Dominique Senard said on Wednesday.

UPDATE 1-Renault and Nissan deepen cooperation in bid for survival

Renault, Nissan Motor Co and Mitsubishi Motors Corp said on Wednesday they would each take a lead on car manufacturing in different regions in a wide-ranging revamp of their partnership to slash costs and survive.

Renault-Nissan announce plan to deepen cooperation to ensure group's survival

Renault SA, Nissan Motor Co and Mitsubishi Motors Corp on Wednesday announced details of a new strategy plan pledging to deepen cooperation in developing and producing cars to survive as an automaking group.

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