Australia markets close in 5 hours 21 minutes

Mazda Motor Corporation (7261.T)

Tokyo - Tokyo Delayed price. Currency in JPY
Add to watchlist
1,693.50-21.50 (-1.25%)
As of 09:31AM JST. Market open.
Full screen
Previous close1,715.00
Open1,714.00
Bid1,693.00 x 0
Ask1,696.00 x 0
Day's range1,693.00 - 1,719.50
52-week range1,155.00 - 1,961.00
Volume644,100
Avg. volume5,571,668
Market cap1.067T
Beta (5Y monthly)1.02
PE ratio (TTM)5.22
EPS (TTM)324.65
Earnings date10 May 2024 - 14 May 2024
Forward dividend & yield50.00 (2.92%)
Ex-dividend date28 Mar 2024
1y target est1,924.40
  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Japan's Mazda may temporarily reroute Baltimore auto shipments, CEO on CNBC

    Mazda Motor will probably have to temporarily move shipments to another port from Baltimore to avoid delays, the automaker's CEO said in a CNBC interview. The Port of Baltimore ranks first in the U.S. for volume of autos and light trucks and farm and construction machinery handled and a cargo ship crash into the Francis Scott Key Bridge in March has restricted shipments. However, CEO Masahiro Moro said Mazda does not currently expect a big impact from the port shutdown.

  • Reuters

    Japan's Mazda may temporarily reroute Baltimore auto shipments, CEO on CNBC

    The Port of Baltimore ranks first in the U.S. for volume of autos and light trucks and farm and construction machinery handled and a cargo ship crash into the Francis Scott Key Bridge in March has restricted shipments. However, CEO Masahiro Moro said Mazda does not currently expect a big impact from the port shutdown.

  • Reuters

    Japan's Mazda may move auto shipments to another port from Baltimore, CEO on CNBC

    Mazda Motor will probably have to temporarily move shipments to another port from Baltimore to avoid delays, the automaker's CEO said in a CNBC interview. The Port of Baltimore ranks first in the U.S. for volume of autos and light trucks and farm and construction machinery handled and a cargo ship crash into the Francis Scott Key Bridge in March has restricted shipments. However, Masahiro Moro said Mazda does not currently expect a big impact from the port shutdown.