The shares of Renault saw a recovery in some of the lost ground this Tuesday after the carmaker from France and their partners from Japan, Nissan had rejected one media report that the alliance they have was facing danger of dissolution.
There are many who have been openly questioning whether the alliance has future without Carlos Ghosn, the disgraced ex-CEO.
The shares of Renault had fallen to the lowest in the last six years this Monday after there were rumors that the alliance was in jeopardy. The shares of Nissan had gone to their lowest level in the last 8.5 years this Tuesday in the Japanese capital.
When the trade opened in Paris this Tuesday, the shares of Renault had seen a rise of 1.3 % prior to falling slightly back to then trading up by 0.49%.
This alliance also includes Mitsubishi Motors from Japan as per the Renault Chairman is robust, solid and not dead in any way.
A split in these two giants of the automotive industry would have forced both of them to find themselves new partners in an industry that is consolidating and becoming increasingly difficult for the companies which stay independent.
It is going to be specifically difficult for Nissan and Renault who have been facing controversies with the Carlos Ghosn situation.
The Finance Minister of France has also been looking into matters as he said that the reports of the companies breaking up were nothing but malicious.
He added that he expected Renault to be coming up with a new name for chief executive in the next few days as they look to replace the ousted Thierry Bollore.