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Has anyone found out what the ticker symbol is going to be?
 

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As previously announced, Stellantis’ common shares will begin trading on the Mercato Telematico Azionario in Milan and Euronext in Paris on Monday, January 18, 2021, and on the New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday, January 19, 2021, in each case under the ticker symbol “STLA”.


London, January 13, 2021

 

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As previously announced, Stellantis’ common shares will begin trading on the Mercato Telematico Azionario in Milan and Euronext in Paris on Monday, January 18, 2021, and on the New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday, January 19, 2021, in each case under the ticker symbol “STLA”.


London, January 13, 2021

Thank you!

I couldn't find that in any search.
 

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Here's some irony, it's an anagram of TSLA (Tesla). Are they trying to tell us something? :geek:
 
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Will our FCAU shares change over?
 

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Time for the next merger and acquisition?
That is one of my concerns.....Tavares has spoken that they are not finished with mergers.

We all know that they need to fix the Stellantis house problems before chasing another merger.
 

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When/where did he? Do you have a link to that?
I cannot find it. I believe I read it from something someone posted here right after the merger was announced.

But, hopefully, we hear more as Tavares will hold his first press conference as CEO of Stellantis on Tuesday, 19 January
 
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That is one of my concerns.....Tavares has spoken that they are not finished with mergers.

We all know that they need to fix the Stellantis house problems before chasing another merger.
This shouldn't surprise anyone in the current climate. I think it depends on who the mergee is, and when.
 

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Nissan and Mazda are ripe for mergers, if they don't end up merging themselves.
As long as Reault-Nissan-Mitsubishi is not settled Nissan is not ripe for a merger with anything as large as Stellantis. It couldn't get antitrust approval.

Mazda has an agreement with Toyota that would need to be broken unless they merge with Toyota.
 

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Yes, they want something small, unattached and not Chinese. Only things that fit are Suzuki, Daimler, BMW and Tesla.
Marchionne was trying to sync(opate) to the rhythm of the 'business cycle', post 2008 crisis. Ie., playing for the end of the long qe/cheap debt fuelled boom in the usa at which point a merger to tackle lack of scale economies in a sclerotic and low margin Europe while meanwhile growing Jeep and Maserati but mainly Jeep global sales. The idea being geographical diversity of business cycle rhythms. A corollary effort was that of Tavares: get profitable in low profit/sclerotic Europe and then diversify via a merger (his China diversification failed, as has fca's albeit at low cost.) Clearly the usa business cycle, adjusting for the pandemic, renewed epic qe and stimulus checks etc) WILL end....either with a bang or it may just peter out with soaring incentive costs over capacity etc), and that is not even to count the epic costs of the new regulatory cafe emmissions etc now entailed in europe, china as well as the usa. Meanwhile there remains the under funded health care and pension benefits in the usa and over capacity in Italy which has suffered 2 deep recessions since 2008 as has Latam. Also meanwhile neither fca nor psa is in any sort of position in either India or China.

Ie another merger within much less than a decade would be unavoidable.

The choice ought to b Marchionne's first choice (including a fully funded hostile takeover bid ready to go)....GM.

[Hint: no dominant owner family]

Else Jaguar Land Rover cum Tata Motors India, who are currently on the lookout for a partner.

Bmw and the like have prickly owner families (Quandt) as does say Suzuki. Or Ford.
 

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Marchionne was trying to sync(opate) to the rhythm of the 'business cycle', post 2008 crisis. Ie., playing for the end of the long qe/cheap debt fuelled boom in the usa at which point a merger to tackle lack of scale economies in a sclerotic and low margin Europe while meanwhile growing Jeep and Maserati but mainly Jeep global sales. The idea being geographical diversity of business cycle rhythms. A corollary effort was that of Tavares: get profitable in low profit/sclerotic Europe and then diversify via a merger (his China diversification failed, as has fca's albeit at low cost.) Clearly the usa business cycle, adjusting for the pandemic, renewed epic qe and stimulus checks etc) WILL end....either with a bang or it may just peter out with soaring incentive costs over capacity etc), and that is not even to count the epic costs of the new regulatory cafe emmissions etc now entailed in europe, china as well as the usa. Meanwhile there remains the under funded health care and pension benefits in the usa and over capacity in Italy which has suffered 2 deep recessions since 2008 as has Latam. Also meanwhile neither fca nor psa is in any sort of position in either India or China.

Ie another merger within much less than a decade would be unavoidable.

The choice ought to b Marchionne's first choice (including a fully funded hostile takeover bid ready to go)....GM.

[Hint: no dominant owner family]

Else Jaguar Land Rover cum Tata Motors India, who are currently on the lookout for a partner.

Bmw and the like have prickly owner families (Quandt) as does say Suzuki. Or Ford.
GM and Ford or Chrysler is something US antitrust regulators will never accept.

JLR/Tata doesn't really add anything except some old British brands previously owned by Ford.
 

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As long as Reault-Nissan-Mitsubishi is not settled Nissan is not ripe for a merger with anything as large as Stellantis. It couldn't get antitrust approval.

Mazda has an agreement with Toyota that would need to be broken unless they merge with Toyota.
In the case of Nissan after the "Ghosngate" debacle, will they divorce and continue their wedding with Renault?

Then Honda dodged a bullet, the Japanese government once wanted Honda to merge with Nissan. Japan tried to force Nissan-Honda merger
 

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