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Nemak SAB De CV

NEMAKA.MX

Latest Trade

5.86MXN

Change

-0.08(-1.35%)

Volume

1,744,860

Today's Range

5.78

 - 

6.00

52 Week Range

3.25

 - 

8.49

As of on the Mexico Stock Exchange ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
5.94
Open
5.86
Volume
1,744,860
3M AVG Volume
67.16
Today's High
6.00
Today's Low
5.78
52 Week High
8.49
52 Week Low
3.25
Shares Out (MIL)
3,076.59
Market Cap (MIL)
18,274.97
Forward P/E
-57.50
Dividend (Yield %)
12.51

Next Event

Q4 2020 Nemak SAB de CV Earnings Release

Latest Developments

More

Mexico's Nemak says expects 2017 EBITDA of $802 mln

Nemak SA de CV completes IPO, places 537.6 mln shares

Fitch upgrades credit ratings on Tenedora Nemak SA de CV

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About Nemak SAB De CV

Nemak SAB De CV, formerly Tenedora Nemak SA de CV, is a Mexico-based holding company primarily engaged in the automotive industry. The Company specializes in the design, manufacture and distribution of aluminum components for powertrain and body structure applications. Its product portfolio comprises cylinder heads, engine blocks, shock towers, tank cover frames, B-pillars, transmission housings, frame rails, and cross members, among others. The Company operates manufacturing facilities in a range of countries, such as Canada, the United States, Mexico, Brazil, Spain, Germany, Poland, Russia, India and China. Furthermore, Its customers include Audi, BMW, KIA, Ford, Hyundai, Chrysler, Nissan, Volvo, Toyota, as well as Volkswagen, among others. The Company controls a number of subsidiaries, including Modellbau Schonheide GMBH, Camen International Trading Inc, Nemak Canada SA de CV and Nemak Czech Republic Sro, among others. Its parent is ALFA SAB de CV.

Industry

Auto & Truck Manufacturers

Contact Info

Libramiento Arco Vial Km. 3.8

66000

Mexico

+52.81.87485107

https://www.nemak.com/es

Executive Leadership

Armando Garza Sada

Chairman of the Board

Armando Tamez Martinez

Chief Executive Officer

Alberto Sada Medina

Chief Financial Officer

Dirk Barschkett

Vice President of Sales and Marketing

Rolf Deusinger

Vice President - Human Resources

Key Stats

2.64 mean rating - 11 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, MXN)

2017

84.8K

2018

90.3K

2019

77.4K

2020(E)

62.7K
EPS (MXN)

2017

1.200

2018

1.100

2019

0.810

2020(E)

-0.105
Price To Earnings (TTM)
--
Price To Sales (TTM)
0.28
Price To Book (MRQ)
0.47
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
3.09
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
118.44
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
95.31
Return on Investment (TTM)
-0.94
Return on Equity (TTM)
-0.67

Latest News

Latest News

EMERGING MARKETS-Brazil real drops 2.2% on rate-cut bets; LatAm FX falls on strong dollar

* Brazil's real down 2%; cenbank meeting on Wednesday * Brazil manufacturing activity expands at record pace in July * EM stocks saw foreign net inflows in July, outlook uncertain-IIF * Mexico's Alfa jumps 25% on plans to spin-off Nemak * Argentina debt deadline in focus...

Mexico's Alfa to spin off rest of Nemak stake, shares surge

Mexico's Alfa <ALFAA.MX> said on Friday it plans to spin off the entirety of its remaining 75% stake in auto parts business Nemak <NEMAKA.MX>, sending Alfa's shares surging 17% on the prospect that the conglomerate could shrug off the struggling unit.

Auto parts makers shine spotlight on aluminium's role in electric vehicles

A faster paced energy transition through a speedier shift to electric vehicles has created a new, substantial demand stream for aluminium and major opportunities for auto supply chain firms flying under investors' radar.

Mexico's Alfa swings to 2 billion peso loss as coronavirus bites

Mexican conglomerate Grupo Alfa on Thursday reported a net loss of 2.1 billion pesos ($91 million) for the second quarter as the company took a significant hit from the coronavirus pandemic at several of its business units.

Mexico's Alfa reports jump in first quarter profit to 3.5 bln pesos

Mexican conglomerate Alfa on Thursday reported 3.5 billion pesos ($146 million) in net profit in the first quarter this year, about three times as much as its net profit the same quarter a year earlier of 1.3 billion pesos.

Mexico's Nemak temporarily suspends work in some plants due to coronavirus

Mexican auto parts maker Nemak said on Tuesday that it has temporarily suspended its activities in some plants and production lines to reduce costs and to comply with government restrictions due to the coronavirus.

Mexico's Alfa expects 2020 sales of $17 billion, investments of $902 million

Mexican conglomerate Alfa said on Thursday that it expects 2020 sales of $17.02 billion, down from $17.54 billion last year. It said it will make investments of $902 million this year, versus $920 million in 2019.

Mexico's Alfa reports sharp drop in fourth quarter profit

Mexican conglomerate Alfa on Wednesday reported an $80 million net profit in the fourth quarter of last year, a fall of two thirds compared to the same quarter a year earlier.

Mexican autoparts firms eye fast lane after U.S. backs trade deal

Mexican auto parts manufacturers with clients across North America expect a record year after U.S. approval of a trade deal mandating higher regional inputs, but the new rules pose a bigger challenge to carmakers.

Mexico's dependence on U.S. demand spells trouble for weak economy

Under the threat of U.S. trade tariffs, Mexico's president has pledged to make his country less reliant on U.S. demand. But exports to its northern neighbor have been one of the few things driving Latin America's second-largest economy this year.

Mexican auto parts maker Nemak to shut Canadian plant after loss of Chinese client

Mexican auto parts maker Nemak said on Wednesday it will close a manufacturing plant in Windsor, Canada, by mid-2020 after the loss of a Chinese client.

Trump administration says trade pact will bring auto jobs back to U.S.

U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross sees tens of thousands of jobs flowing back into the U.S. auto sector, especially among suppliers, thanks to the Trump administration's new trade deal with Mexico and Canada, while industry executives and analysts are less upbeat as higher...

Trump administration says trade pact will bring auto jobs back to U.S.

U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross sees tens of thousands of jobs flowing back into the U.S. auto sector, especially among suppliers, thanks to the Trump administration's new trade deal with Mexico and Canada, while industry executives and analysts are less upbeat as higher...

Mexican auto parts makers see new trade deal boosting output

Auto parts output in Mexico will jump about 10 percent over the next three years as automakers scramble to adhere to stricter content rules laid out in a new North American trade deal, a top industry executive said on Monday.

EMERGING MARKETS-Argentina's currency jumps on note sale, Mexico's peso sheds gains

The Argentine peso climbed more than 4 percent on Monday on the back of a debt sale by the central bank aimed at mopping up excess liquidity and signs that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is solidly behind the inflation-racked country, while the Mexican peso gave up...

EMERGING MARKETS-Mexican stocks, peso jump on NAFTA deal

The Mexican peso and stocks rose on Monday after a U.S.-Canada trade deal maintained a trilateral agreement including Mexico, while Brazil's real strengthened ahead of the first round vote next weekend. Investors cheered the 11th-hour deal signed on Sunday that kept the...

Banco de Bajio and Genomma Lab to enter main Mexican stock index

S&P Dow Jones Indices (S&P DJI) said on Friday that shares in bank Banco del Bajio and pharmaceutical company Genomma Lab would enter Mexico's leading share index from Sept. 24.

EMERGING MARKETS-NAFTA optimism boosts Mexican markets

Mexico's currency strengthened on Wednesday in its biggest daily gain since last June, buoyed by growing bets that the United States could soften its stance on regional NAFTA trade negotiations looming over the fortunes of Mexican exporters. Mexican infrastructure, real...

EMERGING MARKETS-Mexico markets jump on NAFTA talks optimism

Mexican markets rose on Wednesday on growing bets that the United States could soften its stance on regional trade negotiations looming large over the fortunes of Mexican exporters. U.S. President Donald Trump's administration dropped a demand that all vehicles made in Canada...

EMERGING MARKETS-Mexico stocks rebound, SQM shares sink in Chile

Mexican stocks bounced back from a 12-week low on Thursday, while concerns about lithium prices drove down shares of a key producer in Chile. The Mexican equities benchmark S&P/BMV IPC index rose 0.3 percent after falling 6 percent in February, its biggest monthly percentage...

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