Faurecia traded at 16.83 this Thursday July 7th, increasing 1.27 or 8.16 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Faurecia gained 28.98 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 56.77 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Faurecia to be priced at 18.19 by the end of this quarter and at 16.30 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.

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Peers Price Day Year
Faurecia 16.83 1.27 8.16% -56.77%

Indexes Price Day Year
FR40 6020 108.04 1.83% -5.88%

Faurecia SE is a France-based automotive equipment supplier. The Company reports its activities into four main segments: Faurecia Seating, Faurecia Interiors, Faurecia Clarion Electronics and Faurecia Clean Mobility. The Faurecia Seating develops seat systems that optimize the comfort and safety of users. It also develops solutions for thermal and postural comfort, health and wellness and advanced safety. The Faurecia Interiors segment develops full interior systems, including instrument panels, door panels, center consoles as well as smart surfaces, solutions for intuitive human machine interfaces and personalized cabin climate comfort and air quality. The Faurecia Clarion Electronics segment develops and produces in-vehicle infotainment, full digital sound design, advanced driver assistance, connectivity & cloud services for customers globally. The Faurecia Clean Mobility segment develops solutions to drive mobility and industry toward zero emissions.