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Renault SA (RENA.PA)

RENA.PA on Paris Stock Exchange

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About

Renault SA is a France based company primarily engaged in the manufacture of automobiles and the provision of related services. It is structured into two segments: the Automobile division, which handles the design, manufacture and marketing of passenger cars and light commercial vehicles, under Renault, Renault Samsung Motors... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.81
Market Cap(Mil.): €25,438.03
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 295.72
Dividend: 3.15
Yield (%): 3.66

Financials

  RENA.PA Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 5.48 15.91 19.43
EPS (TTM): 15.70 -- --
ROI: 10.93 10.77 10.63
ROE: 14.14 12.87 12.80

Renault says it is considering new governance, CEO Ghosn succession

PARIS Renault confirmed on Thursday that it was considering new leadership to replace embattled Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn, after French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire called publicly for a board meeting to address his succession.

1:02pm GMT

Renault executives, French government officials to meet Nissan CEO - Nikkei

TOKYO/PARIS Renault executives and French government officials were planning to meet Nissan CEO Hiroto Saikawa in Japan on Thursday, Japanese media said, as the automakers consider their partnership in the wake of alliance Chairman Carlos Ghosn's arrest.

1:01pm GMT

Renault says it is considering new governance, CEO Ghosn succession

PARIS Renault confirmed on Thursday that it was considering new leadership to replace embattled Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn, after French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire called publicly for a board meeting to address his succession.

1:01pm GMT

Renault says it is considering new governance, CEO Ghosn succession

PARIS, Jan 17 Renault confirmed on Thursday that it was considering new leadership to replace embattled Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn, after French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire called publicly for a board meeting to address his succession.

12:58pm GMT

Renault executives, French government officials to meet Nissan CEO: Nikkei

TOKYO/PARIS Renault executives and French government officials were planning to meet Nissan CEO Hiroto Saikawa in Japan on Thursday, Japanese media said, as the automakers consider their partnership in the wake of alliance Chairman Carlos Ghosn's arrest.

11:21am GMT

French government calls for Renault board meeting to replace Ghosn

PARIS French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said on Wednesday the government had requested a Renault board meeting in coming days to replace the company's scandal-hit Chairman and Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn.

16 Jan 2019

French government calls for Renault board meeting to replace Ghosn

PARIS French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said on Wednesday the government had requested a Renault board meeting in coming days to replace the company's scandal-hit Chairman and Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn.

16 Jan 2019

Nissan plans to file for damages against Ghosn - source

TOKYO Nissan Motor Co Ltd plans to file a civil suit against ousted chairman Carlos Ghosn to claim damages resulting from the alleged misuse of company funds, a person with knowledge of the issue said, adding to the high-profile executive's legal headaches. | Video

16 Jan 2019

Nissan plans to file for damages against Ghosn: source

TOKYO Nissan Motor Co Ltd plans to file a civil suit against ousted chairman Carlos Ghosn to claim damages resulting from the alleged misuse of company funds, a person with knowledge of the issue said, adding to the high-profile executive's legal headaches. | Video

16 Jan 2019

France seeks Renault board meeting to replace Ghosn - sources

PARIS The French government is moving to dismiss Renault's scandal-hit Chairman and Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn and has requested a board meeting to consider candidates to replace him, sources with knowledge of the matter told Reuters.

15 Jan 2019

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