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Hyundai Steel Co (004020.KS)

004020.KS on Korea Stock Exchange

59,600.00KRW
24 Mar 2017
Change (% chg)

₩-1,200.00 (-1.97%)
Prev Close
₩60,800.00
Open
₩61,100.00
Day's High
₩61,300.00
Day's Low
₩58,800.00
Volume
602,748
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₩65,400.00
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₩44,250.00

Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Hyundai Steel announces change in shareholding structure
Friday, 5 Feb 2016 03:43am EST 

Hyundai Steel Co., Ltd:NH INVESTMENT&SECURITIES CO., LTD and one related party's stake in the company was increased to 6.78 pct (8,849,040 shares) up from 0 pct.  Full Article

Hyundai Steel announces change in shareholding structure
Friday, 5 Feb 2016 02:00am EST 

Hyundai Steel Co., Ltd:KIA MOTORS CORPORATION and ten related parties' stake in the company were 35.99 pct down from 42.59 pct.  Full Article

Hyundai Steel declares annual cash dividend for 2015
Wednesday, 27 Jan 2016 02:16am EST 

Hyundai Steel Co., Ltd:To pay annual cash dividend of 750 won per share for 2015.Dividend payment to shareholders of record on Dec. 31, 2015.Total dividend amount 97,771,861,500 won.  Full Article

Hyundai Steel to dispose treasury shares
Thursday, 31 Dec 2015 03:30am EST 

Hyundai Steel Co., Ltd:To sell 566,031 shares of common stock on Jan. 13.Offering price of 49,950 won per share, or 28,273,248,450 won in total.  Full Article

Hyundai Steel to merge with Hyundai HYSCO
Tuesday, 7 Apr 2015 11:21pm EDT 

Hyundai Steel Co., Ltd:To merge with Hyundai HYSCO which is engaged in manufacture of steel products, to improve competitiveness and create synergy.Merger ratio is 1:0.8577607 between the company and Hyundai HYSCO.16,896,001 new shares will be issued for this merger and expect to be listed on July 15.Merger effective date is July 1.After the merger, the company will survive and Hyundai HYSCO will be dissolved.  Full Article

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