Hyundai Motor Company (KRX:005380 and ) is a Korean automobile company which also owns 32.8 per cent of Kia Motors. It has a market cap of 36.4 trillion Won ($31.2 billion), and trades on a PE of 8.7 and a dividend yield of 2.92 per cent. Guest Nicholas Sorour, Sasfin Wealth and resident expert Paul Theron from Vestact decide whether Hyundai Motor Company is hot or not.
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