|Bid||87.043 x 150000|
|Ask||87.350 x 150000|
|Day's Range||86.100 - 87.700|
|52 Week Range||73.001 - 91.666|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||7.50|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||3.84 (3.88%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
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BMW AG aims to cut roughly 2 billion euros ($2.4 billion) from its annual purchasing bill by squeezing costs for transmission components and other parts to help finance the shift to electric cars.
An uptick in revenue from the luxury cruiser will cushion BMW's bottom line as it moves into high-tech green design.
BMW AG is unleashing its biggest-ever sport utility vehicle, a brawny three-row luxury cruiser targeted at churning out fat margins to help fund the company’s shift to electric vehicles.
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BMW AG will add a low-slung electric sedan to its stalled “i” sub-brand, part of plans to accelerate the rollout of battery-powered cars to counter Tesla Inc.
BMW AG is adding stylish flourishes such as a shark-nose front end to its trademark roadster, part of a broader design overhaul aimed at regaining pizazz and hitting back at Mercedes-Benz.
Good global demand for the new 5 Series and big sales gains in China helped offset a slumping luxury-car market in the United States.
BMW AG is setting its sights on the future, with plans to boost spending on electric cars and self-driving features in an effort to move on from the German auto industry’s diesel woes.
BMW AG will build an electric version of the Mini compact car at its factory in Oxford, England, choosing the U.K. site over alternatives in Germany and the Netherlands despite risks associated with Brexit....
Mercedes-Benz widened its global luxury-car sales lead in the first half of the year, setting back BMW AG Chief Executive Officer Harald Krueger’s effort to reclaim the segment’s top spot.