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General Motors Company (GM)

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32.09-1.17 (-3.52%)
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前收市價33.26
開市32.93
買盤32.16 x 1000
賣出價32.14 x 3000
今日波幅32.05 - 33.21
52 週波幅30.33 - 67.21
成交量16,159,903
平均成交量14,635,574
市值46.789B
Beta 值 (5 年,每月)1.25
市盈率 (最近 12 個月)6.10
每股盈利 (最近 12 個月)5.26
業績公佈日2022年10月25日
遠期股息及收益率0.36 (1.12%)
除息日2022年8月30日
1 年預測目標價51.58
  • Benzinga

    GM Partners With OneD To Increase Energy Density & Reduce Cost Of EV Batteries

    General Motors Co (NYSE: GM) is partnering with EV battery technology firm, OneD Battery Sciences for a joint research development agreement. GM Ventures also participated in OneD's Series C funding round, which recently closed at $25 million. The parties will look to use OneD's silicon nanotechnology in GM's Ultium battery cells to drive increases in energy density for a longer range and reduced cost. The focus will be on OneD's SINANODE platform, which adds more silicon onto the anode battery

  • InvestorPlace

    7 Under-$50 Sleeper Stocks to Buy Before Wall Street Wakes Up

    After covering market ideas under $10 and later under $20, it’s now time to go up the standalone denomination chain of the Federal Reserve note spectrum and discuss under-$50 sleeper stocks to buy before Wall Street wakes up. The narrative is simple. Your boss likes your work and decides to give you a raise. With half a Benjamin in your hand, your breadth of choices just expanded significantly. Still, it’s a troubled market out there. With the Federal Reserve recently raising the benchmark inter

  • Benzinga

    GM Defers Return-To-Office Mandate Following Employee Pressure

    General Motors Co (NYSE: GM) retracted aspects of its return-to-office plans amid employee criticism. An employee memo from the CEO Mary Barra dated September 23 drafted plans to have salaried employees return to the office three days a week, likely to take effect later this year, the WSJ reports. Many employees viewed the change as a deviation from the 2021 policy emphasizing flexibility and ditching in-office days. On September 27, a follow-up email sought to clarify last week's message, sayin