GM has a market capitalization of $36,206,234,843 -- more than approximately 94.88% of US stocks.
The ratio of debt to operating expenses for General Motors Co is higher than it is for about 94.63% of US stocks.
General Motors Co's shareholder yield -- a measure of how much capital is returned to stockholders via dividends and buybacks -- is -49.03%, greater than the shareholder yield of just 9.1% of stocks in our set.
Stocks that are quantitatively similar to GM, based on their financial statements, market capitalization, and price volatility, are F, UBS, CS, WBK, and BMO.
General Motors designs, builds, and sells cars, crossovers, trucks, and automobile parts worldwide. It operates through GM North America, GM Europe, GM International Operations, GM South America, and GM Financial segments. The company was founded in 1897 and is based in Detroit, Michigan.
GM Price Forecast Based on DCF Valuation
DCF Fair Value Target:
Below please find a table outlining a discounted cash flow forecast for GM, in which we model out valuation assuming a variety of terminal growth rates. To summarize, we found that General Motors Co ranked in the 83th percentile in terms of potential gain offered. More precisely, our analysis suggests the stock is undervalued by approximately 679.83% on a DCF basis. As for the metrics that stood out in our discounted cash flow analysis of General Motors Co, consider:
22% of the company's capital comes from equity, which is greater than only 9.45% of stocks in our cash flow based forecasting set.
GM's estimated cost of debt, based largely on its market capitalization and its interest coverage ratio, is 2%; for context, that number is higher than merely 0.19% of tickers in our DCF set.
The weighted average cost of capital for the company is 5. This value is greater than just 0.29% stocks in the Consumer Cyclical sector that generate free cash flow.
Terminal Growth Rate in Free Cash Flow
Return Relative to Current Share Price
AXL, SNBR, VIRC, LIVE, and TLF can be thought of as valuation peers to GM, in the sense that they are in the Consumer Cyclical sector and have a similar price forecast based on DCF valuation.
General Motors Co's vehicle sales in China dropped 5.3per cent between April and June from the corresponding period last year, underperforming the industry average amid a recovery from the coronavirus fallout on the world's biggest auto market.
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General Motors Co's vehicle sales in China dropped 5.3% between April and June from the corresponding period last year, underperforming the industry average amid a recovery from the coronavirus fallout on the world's biggest auto market. China's overall figure, which includes passenger and commercial vehicles, rose 4.4% in April and 14.5% in May, said the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM), adding that it expected auto sales to grow 11% in June. GM, China's second-biggest foreign automaker after Volkswagen AG , delivered 713,600 vehicles in the country in the second quarter, the company said in a statement, after reporting a drop of 43% in sales in the first quarter, due to the pandemic.
General Motors Co's vehicle sales in China fell at a slower pace of 5.3% between April and June compared with the same period last year, as the Detroit automaker's China operations recover from coronavirus-induced lows. GM, China's second-biggest foreign automaker, delivered 713,600 vehicles in the country in the second quarter this year, the company said in a statement, after it reported a 43% sales drop in the first quarter due to the pandemic.