Exor traded at 59.50 this Wednesday July 6th, increasing 1.70 or 2.94 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Exor gained 12.83 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 12.27 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Exor to be priced at 57.96 by the end of this quarter and at 51.47 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.

Stock Price
59.50
Daily Change
2.94%
Yearly
-12.27%

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Peers Price Day Year
Ackermans & Van Haar 141.50 1.40 1.00% -2.55%
Aker 716.00 -12.00 -1.65% 6.63%
Ashmore Group 209.40 -2.20 -1.04% -48.07%
Azimut Holding 16.31 0.45 2.84% -21.06%
BMW 71.57 0.07 0.10% -17.07%
CNH Industrial 10.67 0.03 0.23% -21.93%
Daimler 50.78 -0.25 -0.49% -29.86%
Man Group 243.90 3.80 1.58% 29.05%
Exor 59.50 1.70 2.94% -12.27%
Fincantieri 0.51 0.005 0.90% -33.53%
Group Bruxelles 80.58 1.26 1.59% -16.06%
Investor B 174.40 4.30 2.53% -15.30%
Investment Kinnevik 168.10 7.35 4.57% -54.23%
M&G PLC 188.40 4.45 2.42% -18.02%
Pirelli & C 3.87 0.10 2.60% -22.44%
Sofina 202.00 8.40 4.34% -45.82%
Volkswagen 121.56 0.76 0.63% -41.06%

Indexes Price Day Year
IT40 20928 223.44 1.08% -17.23%

Exor
Exor NV is an investment holding company based in the Netherlands. The Company invests in companies from different sectors, mainly in Europe and in the United States. It holds interests in PartnerRe, a reinsurance company; Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), a designer, developer and producer of passenger cars, light commercial vehicles, components and production systems; CNH Industrial, a producer of agricultural and construction equipment, trucks, commercial vehicles, buses and specialty vehicles, as well as powertrain applications; Ferrari, a passenger car and sports car manufacturer; The Economist, a magazine with focus on international news, politics, business, finance, science and technology, and Juventus, a sports club. FCA, CNH Industrial, Ferrari, PartnerRe and Juventus Football Club, together with Holdings System, constitute the Company's six operating segments.