Hyundai Motor Company (005380-SE)

Automotive World  Jan 20  Comment 
Supply in Europe for mid size car model from 2016 Leoni, the leading European provider of cables and cable systems to the automotive sector and other industries, received its first wiring systems order from Hyundai Motor Company. The Korean car...
Financial Times  Jan 16  Comment 
Seoul court rules against employees claiming to be due extra pay
The Economist  Jan 15  Comment 
The drink of patriots WHEN South Korean celebrities, eager to prove their patriotism, swapped their German BMW cars for home-grown Hyundais on television, during the Asian financial crisis in 1998, they rallied the whole nation behind domestic...
MarketWatch  Jan 14  Comment 
The Hyundai Santa Cruz, shown at the Detroit auto show, is an attractive, forward-thinking compact crossover pickup truck. But would millennials actually buy it?
Financial Times  Jan 13  Comment 
Share price moves highlight complex control manoeuvres rather than company performance
Automotive World  Jan 13  Comment 
Hyundai has no fewer than three new models on show at NAIAS, in which a variety of powertrains are utilised The post Hyundai uses NAIAS to push powertrain portfolio appeared first on Automotive World.
Financial Times  Jan 13  Comment 
Failure to sell shares thwarts Hyundai Motor succession plans
The Hindu Business Line  Jan 13  Comment 
Shares of Hyundai Glovis tumbled by the daily bourse limit of 15 per cent at market open on Tuesday, after Hyundai Motor said its Chairman and Vice-Chairman failed to sell $1.25 billion worth of s...





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Market Share

U.S. Auto Industry Market Share by Sales
Manufacturer May-04[1] May-05[2] May-06[3] May-07[4] May-08[4]
GM--25%24%19%
Toyota--15%17%18%
Ford17.4%18.3%17%17%15%
Chrysler--13%13%11%
Honda--9%9%12%
Nissan--6%6%7%
Hyundai---5%6%
BMW---2%2%
Volkswagen---2%2%
Daimler---1%2%
Global Auto Industry Market Share by Production[5][6]
Manufacturer Rank 2007 2008 Change in Production Manufacturer Rank 2007 2008 Change in Production
GM113.0%11.9%-11%Suzuki113.6%3.8%1%
Toyota211.8%13.3%8%Chrysler123.5%2.7%-25%
Volkswagen38.7%9.3%3%Daimler132.9%3.1%4%
Ford48.7%7.8%-13%BMW142.1%2.1%-7%
Honda55.4%5.6%0%Mitsubishi152.0%1.9%-7%
PSA64.8%4.8%-4%Kia161.9%2.0%2%
Nissan74.8%4.9%-1%Mazda171.8%1.9%5%
Fiat83.7%3.6%-6%Avtovaz181.0%1.2%9%
Renault93.7%3.5%-9%Faw191.0%0.9%-6%
Hyundai103.6%4.0%6%Tata200.8%1.1%36%



U.S. Auto Industry 2008 Market Share by Sales (May 2008)
U.S. Auto Industry 2008 Market Share by Sales (May 2008)[4]


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