BMW.DE - Bayerische Motoren Werke Aktiengesellschaft

XETRA - XETRA Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
85.19
+1.65 (+1.98%)
As of 4:29PM CEST. Market open.
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Previous Close83.54
Open83.17
Bid85.17 x 0
Ask85.21 x 0
Day's Range83.17 - 85.48
52 Week Range76.50 - 97.50
Volume1,159,339
Avg. Volume1,782,085
Market Cap55.153B
Beta1.63
PE Ratio (TTM)6.59
EPS (TTM)12.93
Earnings DateNov 7, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield4.00 (4.82%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-05-18
1y Target Est93.69
  • Moody's29 minutes ago

    Bavarian Sky China 2018-1 Trust -- Moody's assigns definitive ratings to BMW-sponsored auto loan ABS in China: Bavarian Sky China 2018-1 Trust

    Moody's Investors Service has assigned definitive ratings to two classes of notes issued by Bavarian Sky China 2018-1 Trust, the ninth domestic securitization transaction backed by a pool of auto loans originated by BMW Automotive Finance (China) Co., Ltd. (BMW AFC, unrated) in China.

  • Reuters51 minutes ago

    Aston Martin races ahead with up to $6.7 billion flotation

    Luxury British carmaker Aston Martin is seeking a valuation of up to 5.07 billion pounds ($6.7 billion) from its stock market flotation next month and said it is prepared for any outcome from the Brexit talks. The company, famed for making the sports car driven by fictional secret agent James Bond, said last month it was pursuing an initial public offering (IPO), the first British carmaker to do so for decades. It expects its shares to be admitted to the London Stock Exchange on or around Oct. 8 although some analysts have raised questions about the valuation the firm is aiming for.

  • Emission Probe in Europe: German Automakers in Focus
    Zacks1 hour ago

    Emission Probe in Europe: German Automakers in Focus

    European Union initiates clean-car collusion probe on the top three German automakers. If confirmed, this may result in a big blow for automakers.

  • Reutersyesterday

    German regional government to appeal Frankfurt ban on older diesels

    A looming ban on older diesel vehicles from Germany's financial capital faces a legal challenge from the state government, deepening controversy over how to handle the fallout from an emissions cheating scandal that has rocked the car industry. The state government of Hesse said on Wednesday it would appeal a court decision that would ban highly polluting older models from the streets of Frankfurt from next February. Frankfurt is emerging as a test case on how to handle rising air pollution in German cities, following a landmark ruling by the country's top federal court in February that opened the door to such inner-city bans.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Germany sees progress on European battery cell production by yr-end

    German Economy Minister Peter Altmaier expects European companies to make progress by the end of the year in moving toward European production of solid state battery cells, a ministry spokeswoman said. "Minister Altmaier imagines battery cell production (being based) in Germany. Battery cells are a key battleground in the automotive industry as it shifts to electric mobility.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Merkel: Europe should develop its own electric car battery production

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Wednesday Germany should work with other European countries to develop its own battery cell production for electric cars. "I think we should, within the framework ...

  • The Wall Street Journal2 days ago

    German Car Makers Investigated Over ‘Possible Collusion’ on Emissions Technology

    BRUSSELS—The European Union’s antitrust body has opened a formal investigation into “possible collusion” among Germany’s big car makers to limit the development of technology that would reduce harmful exhaust emissions. The European Commission, the bloc’s antitrust regulator, said Tuesday the probe stems from inspections it conducted in October 2017 at the premises of BMW AG, Daimler AG, Volkswagen AG and its Audi subsidiary. The probe comes in the wake of several scandals regarding European car manufacturers cheating on emissions testing.

  • BMW Will Shut Down Oxford Plant for a Month After Brexit Date
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    BMW Will Shut Down Oxford Plant for a Month After Brexit Date

    BMW AG is bringing forward the scheduled maintenance of its Oxford plant in England to coincide with the day the U.K. is slated to leave the European Union, joining a lengthening list of companies making contingency plans for a so-called no-deal Brexit. Instead of taking place as usual during the summer months, the four-week shut-down of the factory will start on April 1, a spokeswoman confirmed over the phone to Bloomberg. Among the reasons for the date switch are worries about Brexit, she said.

  • Only BMW Comes Close to China’s Electric-Vehicle Heavyweights
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    Only BMW Comes Close to China’s Electric-Vehicle Heavyweights

    All the major players in the global auto industry envision a big electric tomorrow—and almost everyone outside of China is making their profits today on trucks, SUVs and other vehicles paired with gas-burning engines. Consider Ford Motor Co.: In the first half of the year, it had three models in the U.S. available with some form of electric motor. This from a company that has declared itself “all in” on electric vehicles.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    BMW drives to cut battery costs, share costs on autonomous vehicles - executive

    German luxury vehicle maker BMW AG (BMWG.DE) plans more deals with mining companies to secure electric vehicle battery materials, and is open to forming alliances to share the costs of developing autonomous-vehicle systems, the automaker's research and development chief told Reuters. BMW management board member Klaus Froehlich said automakers and large suppliers are beginning to discuss how to agree on one standard for autonomous-vehicle systems. Froehlich has said in the past automakers and suppliers should agree on a single standard.

  • BMW drives to cut battery costs, share costs on autonomous vehicles: executive
    Reuters5 days ago

    BMW drives to cut battery costs, share costs on autonomous vehicles: executive

    German luxury vehicle maker BMW AG (BMWG.DE) plans more deals with mining companies to secure electric vehicle battery materials, and is open to forming alliances to share the costs of developing autonomous-vehicle systems, the automaker's research and development chief told Reuters. BMW management board member Klaus Froehlich said automakers and large suppliers are beginning to discuss how to agree on one standard for autonomous-vehicle systems. Froehlich has said in the past automakers and suppliers should agree on a single standard.

  • BMW Morphs Electric Flagship From Car to SUV Ahead of 2021 Debut
    Bloomberg5 days ago

    BMW Morphs Electric Flagship From Car to SUV Ahead of 2021 Debut

    BMW AG unveiled the latest iteration of its planned electric-car flagship, morphing what started out as low-slung cruiser into a sporty SUV, as the German luxury-car maker scrambles to keep pace with rivals. The iNext concept -- revealed inside a cargo plane -- is close to the production version, which is set to be released in 2021, according to development chief Klaus Froehlich. Design touches include a diamond-patterned front, replacing the iconic BMW grille.

  • Does Bayerische Motoren Werke Aktiengesellschaft’s (FRA:BMW) PE Ratio Signal A Buying Opportunity?
    Simply Wall St.8 days ago

    Does Bayerische Motoren Werke Aktiengesellschaft’s (FRA:BMW) PE Ratio Signal A Buying Opportunity?

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  • Reuters10 days ago

    Volvo Cars drops IPO citing trade tensions and downturn

    BEIJING/PARIS Sept 10 (Reuters) - Volvo Cars and its owner Geely said on Monday they had postponed plans to float shares in the Swedish carmaker, blaming trade tensions and a downturn in automotive stocks. Volvo said plans for a listing in Stockholm had been delayed indefinitely, a move first reported by the Financial Times. The postponement came as Britain's Aston Martin vowed to press ahead with its own flotation.

  • Moody's10 days ago

    Bavarian Sky China 2018-1 Trust -- Moody's assigns provisional ratings to BMW-sponsored auto loan ABS in China: Bavarian Sky China 2018-1 Trust

    Moody's Investors Service has assigned provisional ratings to two classes of notes to be issued by Bavarian Sky China 2018-1 Trust, the nineth domestic securitization transaction backed by a pool of auto loans originated by BMW Automotive Finance (China) Co., Ltd. (BMW AFC, unrated) in China.

  • Reuters12 days ago

    Germany's diesel working group recommends hardware retrofits - report

    A working group of German government officials and car industry lobbyists has recommended hardware retrofits for older diesel vehicles as a way to avert inner-city bans, Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung reported. A sub-committee of experts of Germany's National Diesel Forum will back so-called selective catalytic reduction hardware refits to cut nitrogen oxides (NOx) emissions, the newspaper said in an excerpt of an article to be published on Sunday, made available to Reuters on Saturday. It cited a government spokeswoman as reaffirming a plan for Chancellor Angela Merkel to decide on measures to cut NOx emissions this month.

  • Reuters14 days ago

    German court says Frankfurt must ban older diesel cars

    Frankfurt, Germany's financial centre, must ban highly-polluting, older diesel vehicles from the city centre from next February as part of a plan to improve air quality, the country's administrative court ruled on Wednesday. The decision by the court in Wiesbaden on a case brought by environmental group Deutsche Umwelthilfe (DUH) came after a landmark ruling by Germany' top administrative court in February opened the door to inner-city bans. The ban would affect about a quarter of cars registered in Frankfurt and numerous commuters who live around the city.

  • MarketWatch21 days ago

    European autos bounce after EU trade chief says willing to cut car tariffs to zero

    MARKET PULSE European auto stocks saw an intraday move higher after Politico reported EU trade chief Cecilia Malmström said the European Union was willing to cut tariffs on cars to zero, in testimony to the European Parliament.

  • Reuters23 days ago

    Germany's Maas says hard Brexit "not yet off the table"

    German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas on Tuesday said there was still the risk of a hard Brexit and the European Union must prepare for every outcome in its divorce talks with Britain. "Regrettably, a hard Brexit is not off the table," Maas said in a wide-ranging speech that also touched on trade conflicts with the United States and what he called the growing threat posed by China's state capitalism. Maas also said EU officials were working on an independent payment system in light of the row with Washington over the 2015 Iran nuclear deal and U.S. sanctions that threaten European companies doing business in Iran.

  • Trump says he threatened EU commissioner with 25% tariffs on auto imports
    MarketWatch29 days ago

    Trump says he threatened EU commissioner with 25% tariffs on auto imports

    President Donald Trump said Tuesday night that he had threatened to slap a 25% tariff on every car imported into the U.S. from the European Union.

  • Reuterslast month

    Foreign automakers oppose Trump NAFTA plan as U.S-Mexico talks resume

    Foreign-brand automakers with U.S. plants do not support Trump administration rules to raise the amount of local content in North American-made vehicles, a group representing companies including Toyota Motor Corp , Volkswagen AG and Hyundai Motor Co has told key U.S. lawmakers. Talks between Mexican Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo and U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer are due to resume on Tuesday in Washington to try to resolve remaining bilateral issues so that Canada, which has been sidelined for weeks from the negotiations, can return to the bargaining table. The automakers' position was in a previously unreported Aug. 16 letter from their "Here for America" group to top trade-focused members of Congress.

  • Reuterslast month

    BMW to give careful consideration to raising stake in China venture -Xinhua

    BMW will give the possibility of raising its stake in its Chinese joint venture careful consideration, China's official Xinhua news agency reported on Sunday, citing a company executive. Potential for the German carmaker to boost its Chinese stake was opened up when the National Development and Reform Commission said in April that the country would scrap foreign ownership limits on commercial vehicle manufacturers in 2020 and lift restrictions on passenger vehicle companies in 2022.

  • Brief Commentary On Bayerische Motoren Werke Aktiengesellschaft’s (FRA:BMW) Fundamentals
    Simply Wall St.last month

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  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    [$$] Get a Great Deal on BMW

    BMWs are built for speed, yet the car maker’s stock trades like it is stuck in the slow lane. Between trade tensions, environmental concerns and technological change, car manufacturers have plenty to worry about. BMW has a reputation among investors for reliability that the latest results only confirmed.

  • South Korea Tells Some BMW Owners to Park Cars on Fire Risk
    Bloomberglast month

    South Korea Tells Some BMW Owners to Park Cars on Fire Risk

    South Korea’s government will tell owners of some BMW AG cars in the country to keep the vehicles off the roads until the German carmaker completes safety checks to address a defect after reports of nearly 40 cases of fire this year alone. After announcing a recall of more than 106,000 BMW cars in the country, the transport ministry said about 27,000 of them haven’t been inspected as of Monday. Transport Minister Kim Hyun-mee asked regional officials to bar drivers from operating vehicles that have yet to undergo checks, according to a statement Tuesday.