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LG Chem, Ltd. (051910.KS)

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819,000.00-9,000.00 (-1.09%)
As of 11:32AM KST. Market open.
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Previous Close828,000.00
Open827,000.00
Bid818,000.00 x 0
Ask819,000.00 x 0
Day's Range817,000.00 - 827,000.00
52 Week Range509,000.00 - 1,050,000.00
Volume70,946
Avg. Volume287,554
Market Cap66.645T
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.20
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateJul. 29, 2021 - Aug. 02, 2021
Forward Dividend & Yield10,000.00 (1.18%)
Ex-Dividend DateDec. 29, 2020
1y Target Est453,379.00
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    UPDATE 1-GM issues new recall for nearly 69,000 Bolt EVs for fire risks

    General Motors Co said Friday it is issuing a new recall for nearly 69,000 Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicles (EVs) worldwide for fire risks after reports of two fires and will replace defective battery modules as needed. The Bolt EVs were recalled in November for fire risks and at least one of the two new fires was in a vehicle that had already had the software update released as part of that recall. The latest recall comes after GM and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) regulators last week urged Bolt owners to park their vehicles outside and away from homes after charging.

  • Reuters

    GM issues new recall for nearly 69,000 Bolt EVs for fire risks

    General Motors Co said Friday it is issuing a new recall for nearly 69,000 Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicles (EVs) worldwide for fire risks after reports of two new fires. The Bolt EVs were recalled in November for fire risks and at least one of the two new fires was in a vehicle that had already had the software update released as part of the recall. The recall comes after GM and U.S. safety regulators last week urged those owners to park vehicles outside and away from homes after charging.

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    UPDATE 3-Vulcan's German unit signs to sell lithium to South Korea's LG Chem

    Australia-listed lithium miner Vulcan Energy Resources said on Monday it had signed a long-term deal to sell lithium hydroxide from its German project to the battery unit of South Korea's LG Chem . Vulcan, which will extract lithium from geothermal brine via its 1.7 billion euro ($1.4 billion) project, said the five-year deal could be renewed for five more years. Vulcan's process for extracting lithium, a key ingredient for electric vehicle batteries, will produce renewable power and emit no carbon dioxide, unlike Australia's hard rock lithium mining.