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DENSO Corporation (DNZOF)

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14.990.00 (0.00%)
At close: 09:31AM EDT
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Previous Close14.99
Bid14.65 x 28000
Ask15.78 x 40000
Day's Range14.99 - 14.99
52 Week Range14.35 - 69.37
Avg. Volume1,359
Market Cap43.786B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.84
PE Ratio (TTM)22.71
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.41 (2.71%)
Ex-Dividend DateSept 27, 2024
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters

    Toyota Group suppliers Denso, Aisin scale back cross-shareholdings, filing shows

    Two of Toyota's top suppliers, Denso and Aisin, have sold off holdings in several Toyota-affiliated companies, regulatory filings showed on Thursday, in the latest reduction of cross-shareholding across the sprawling automotive group. Denso, one of the world's largest makers of automotive components, had sold off its stakes in Toyota Group companies Toyota Boshoku Toyota Tsusho, Toyoda Gosei and Hino Motors, among others, as of the financial year that ended in March, a filing showed. Aisin had also reduced its stakes in those companies to zero, as well as sold off its Denso stake, according to a separate filing.

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  • Reuters

    Denso to sell off cross-shareholdings and use proceeds on M&A

    Toyota Motor supplier Denso plans to eventually sell all of its cross-shareholdings, its president said on Friday, as the company looks to fund acquisitions and other investments. Firms have been gradually selling down their stakes, thanks in part to a governance push by the Tokyo Stock Exchange and the government. Toyota and some other of its group companies last year sold around 8% of Denso, a move that was seen as a critical first step by the sprawling Toyota Group and heightening expectation of more sales to come.