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Last Updated: Jul 3, 2019 3:00 p.m. JST Delayed quote

¥928

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Technology 1.19%
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Volume: 5.4M 65 Day Avg. - 7M
Open: 930
Close: 928
920 Day Low/High 930
Day Range
845 52 Week Low/High 1,491

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Key Data

  • Open ¥930
  • Day Range 920 - 930
  • 52 Week Range 845 - 1,491
  • Market Cap ¥2.16T
  • Shares Outstanding 2.45B
  • Public Float 2.05B
  • Beta 1.09
  • Rev. per Employee ¥29.74M
  • P/E Ratio 7.62
  • EPS ¥121.75
  • Yield 3.23%
  • Dividend ¥15.00
  • Ex-Dividend Date Mar 27, 2019
  • Short Interest n/a
  • % of Float Shorted n/a
  • Average Volume 6.99M

Performance

5 Day
  • 5.03%
1 Month
  • 5.86%
3 Month
  • -6.42%
YTD
  • -6.34%
1 Year
  • -35.30%

Recent News

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Gigafactory in Nevada is critical to Tesla’s future

Tesla shares slump premarket on report that plan to expand Gigafactory is on hold

Telsa Inc. shares fell 4% in premarket trade Thursday, after a report that the electric car maker and Japan's Panasonic Corp. are freezing plans to expand their Gigafactory 1, on concerns about weakening demand for Tesla's cars. The pair had planned to increase capacity at the world's biggest electric vehicle battery plant by next year, the Nikkei reported, but financial problems have led them to reconsider that plan. The Gigafactory has been making batteries for Telsa's mass market sedan, the Model 3, since Jan. 2017. Panasonic makes the cells that Telsa then assembles into battery packs. The companies were planning to expand capacity to 54 gigawatt hours a year by 2020, up from 35 gigawatt hours now. The two companies have invested $4.5 billion in the plant, the Nikkei reported. Tesla's recent deliveries miss has prompted analysts, including at Goldman Sachs, to lower estimates for 2019. Tesla shares have fallen 8.3% in the last 12 months, while the S&P 500 has gained 9.3%.

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Asian markets mostly higher, paced by China

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Stocks rise in Japan, Australia as most Asian markets remain closed for holiday

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Nikkei flat, Australian stocks surge as central bank stays pat

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Asian markets cool off as investors await Trump-Xi meeting

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Nikkei slides amid mixed trading by Asian markets

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Most Asian markets gain to open November, with only Japan lagging

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Asian markets jump following Wall Street’s big gains

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Tesla backs off solar panel deal with Panasonic

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China attempts to reassure investors as stocks continue to slide

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Asian stocks tumble amid global selloff

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Asian markets bounce back after last week’s losses

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Swedish entrepreneur aims to build first battery ‘gigafactory’ in Europe

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Tesla earnings: Expect Model 3 updates amid record stock highs

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Tesla starts Gigafactory’s battery cell production

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Asian markets mainly rise on good economic news from U.S., Japan

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Recent News

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Tesla Motors: Panasonic Reluctant to Make Additional Investments

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Why Electric Car Companies Don’t Need Batteries

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Sharp Restructuring Plan Fails to Impress

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Japan Struggles to Find Balanced Energy Strategy

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After Galaxy Smartphone Debacle, Samsung Questions Game Plan

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Sharp Shares Plunge Ahead of Restructuring

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Rothesay Life Completes $1 Billion Buyout of Lehman Pensions

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk Unveils Line of Home and Industrial Battery Packs

  • on The Wall Street Journal

How Sony Makes Money Off Apple’s iPhone

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Sharp Nears Deal With Lenders on Debt-for-Equity Swap

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Japanese Companies Grant Biggest Pay Raises in Years

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Abenomics Pays It Forward for Japanese Workers -- Heard on the Street

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Japanese Companies Issue Record-Long Bonds

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Now Broadcasting From the N.J. Performing Arts Center

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LG Electronics Looks for Partners to Sell OLED TVs

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Five Reasons Why 3-D TV Deserves a Second Chance

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Japanese Industrial Robot Maker Fanuc Ramps Up Production

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Tesla’s Loss Widens as Deliveries Fall Short

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Canon to Buy Sweden’s Axis for $2.8 Billion

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Samsung May Sell Tokyo Skyscraper Stake

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Panasonic Corp.

Panasonic Corp. engages in the development, manufacture, and sale of electrical products. It operates through the following segments: Appliances, Eco Solutions, Connected Solutions Company, Automotive and Industrial Systems, and Others. The Appliances segment develops and manufactures white goods such as vacuum cleaner, washing machine, refrigerator, and air conditioner; as well as health and beauty products. The Eco Solutions segment handles development, manufacture and sale of lighting fixtures and electric lamps including LED lighting, solar photovoltaic systems, wiring devices, interior furnishing materials, water-related products, ventilation and air-conditioning equipment, air purifiers, and others. The Connected Solutions segment offers system integration, installation, support, and maintenance services for aviation, manufacturing, entertainment, retail, and logistics. The Automotive and Industrial System segment develops, manufactures, sells and provide services for car-use-multimedia-related equipment, electrical components, lithium-ion batteries, storage batteries, dry batteries, electronic components, electronic materials, automation controls, semiconductors, optical devices, electronic-components-mounting machines, welding equipment, bicycles, and others. The Others segment deal with detached housing, rental apartment housing, land and buildings for sale, home remodeling, imported materials and components, and others. The company was founded by Konosuke Matsushita on March 7, 1918 and is headquartered in Osaka, Japan. (See Full Profile)

Analyst Ratings

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Number of Ratings 17 Full Ratings

Competitors

Name Chg % Market Cap
Sony Corp. 0.92% ¥7.23T
Sharp Corp. 0.98% ¥751.34B
Hitachi Ltd. -0.62% ¥4.03T
Toshiba Corp. -0.29% ¥1.8T
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. -1.84% ₩314.16T
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