000550.SZ - Jiangling Motors Corporation, Ltd.

Shenzhen - Shenzhen Delayed Price. Currency in CNY
14.54
+0.20 (+1.39%)
At close: 4:29PM CST
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Previous Close14.34
Open14.34
Bid14.51 x N/A
Ask14.54 x N/A
Day's Range14.26 - 14.64
52 Week Range10.10 - 33.48
Volume2,139,040
Avg. Volume4,155,919
Market Cap9.482B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.74
PE Ratio (TTM)403.89
EPS (TTM)0.04
Earnings DateOct. 23, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield0.04 (0.28%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-07-17
1y Target Est10.35
  • Jaguar Land Rover wins case against Jiangling Motors in China
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    Jaguar Land Rover wins case against Jiangling Motors in China

    Luxury carmaker Jaguar Land Rover said it has won a case in China against local rival Jiangling Motors for making cars that copy features of Range Rover Evoque. Francis Maguire reports.

  • Renault Dives In on Electric Car Venture in China
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    Renault Dives In on Electric Car Venture in China

    (Bloomberg) -- Renault SA will invest 128.5 million euros ($144 million) for a 50% stake in a venture with Jiangling Motors Corp. to develop electric vehicles in China, part of a push by the French company to make further inroads into the world’s biggest car market.The Chinese entity was created in 2015 and already holds certification to manufacture battery-electric passenger cars, according to a statement from Renault Wednesday. It aims to grow quickly and become a “prominent player” in the market.“This partnership in electric vehicle business with JMCG will support our growth plan in China and our EV capabilities,” Francois Provost, head of the China region at Renault, said in the statement. The venture will help Renault expand its electric capabilities beyond a production agreement with longstanding partner Nissan Motor Co. and Dongfeng Motor Corp., a spokeswoman said.Renault, which has so far had a limited presence in China, is moving forward with an electrification strategy that includes a new battery-powered car slated to go on sale in the Asian country this year. The company also plans to make hybrid versions of three existing models. Global automakers have been expanding cooperation with new-energy vehicle producers in China to meet government regulations on fuel consumption that were put in place this year.Renault’s move to expand further in China outside the Nissan-Dongfeng venture comes amid a crisis in its two-decade partnership with the Japanese company. Nissan has resisted merger overtures from Renault and withheld support for the French company’s failed plan to combine with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV.Renault also has plans to invest more than 1 billion euros to boost its production of electric cars in France -- a move that was aimed at smoothing relations with the French government, its biggest shareholder. Carmakers are spending billions of dollars to shift to battery-powered vehicles from diesel engines as the industry responds to a tightening of European emissions rules.(Updates with comments from Renault in third and fifth paragraphs.)\--With assistance from Tian Ying.To contact the reporters on this story: Tara Patel in Paris at tpatel2@bloomberg.net;Ania Nussbaum in Paris at anussbaum5@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Anthony Palazzo at apalazzo@bloomberg.net, Tara Patel, Christopher JasperFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

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    Renault forms China electric vehicle venture with JMCG

    France's Renault SA said on Wednesday it will invest $145 million (116.78 million pounds) in a unit of China's Jiangling Motors Corporation Group (JMCG) that will allow it to expand its electric vehicle manufacturing footprint in the world's largest auto market. The French car maker will take a 50% stake in JMEV, an electric car maker launched by JMCG in 2015, and establish it as a joint venture between the two companies, Renault said in a statement. “This partnership in electric vehicle business with JMCG will support our growth plan in China and our EV capabilities,” said Francois Provost,China region chairman for Renault.