BMW.MU - BAY.MOTOREN WERKE AG ST

Munich - Munich Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
82.14
+0.36 (+0.44%)
As of 1:23PM CEST. Market open.
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Previous Close81.78
Open81.78
Bid82.19 x 0
Ask82.24 x 0
Day's Range81.78 - 82.59
52 Week Range77.19 - 97.35
Volume908
Avg. Volume372
Market CapN/A
BetaN/A
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
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  • Brief Commentary On Bayerische Motoren Werke Aktiengesellschaft’s (FRA:BMW) Fundamentals
    Simply Wall St.4 days ago

    Brief Commentary On Bayerische Motoren Werke Aktiengesellschaft’s (FRA:BMW) Fundamentals

    I’ve been keeping an eye on Bayerische Motoren Werke Aktiengesellschaft (FRA:BMW) because I’m attracted to its fundamentals. Looking at the company as a whole, as a potential stock investment, IRead More...

  • The Wall Street Journal5 days ago

    [$$] 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
    Bloomberg7 days ago

    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.

  • Never Mind Tesla, BMW's the Real Deal for a Buyout
    Bloomberg13 days ago

    Never Mind Tesla, BMW's the Real Deal for a Buyout

    No sooner had Elon Musk tweeted his tentative proposal to take Tesla Inc. private, than a debate raged about whether that’s even possible at a company that bleeds billions of dollars in cash. Germany’s BMW AG is a far better candidate for a buyout. “BMW is awash with cash, it’s grossly undervalued, LBO funds would queue to back it as they could get their money back in a few years,” says Max Warburton at Bernstein Research.

  • BMW apologizes over engine fires caused by hardware problem
    Associated Press15 days ago

    BMW apologizes over engine fires caused by hardware problem

    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — BMW AG's Korean unit apologized Monday over engine fires that prompted recalls and a probe, seeking to allay concerns over images of cars engulfed in flames.

  • The Wall Street Journal18 days ago

    [$$] BMW Weighs Measures to Counter Tariff Impact

    German auto maker BMW AG on Thursday said it was drawing up plans to navigate rising global trade barriers, days after it raised prices on some cars it sells in China because of newly imposed import tariffs. Chief Financial Officer Nicolas Peter told reporters that the cost to BMW of increased tariffs in China would be several hundred million dollars this year unless it takes countermeasures. After the Trump administration placed import duties on Chinese-made goods earlier this year.

  • BMW Earnings: Profit Falls 6% on Increased Future-Tech Spending
    Motley Fool19 days ago

    BMW Earnings: Profit Falls 6% on Increased Future-Tech Spending

    The automaker is spending big on self-driving and electric vehicles. As expected, that dented profits.

  • TheStreet.com19 days ago

    BMW Is Finding That Beating Tesla to the Punch Is Costly

    BMW is finding out that innovation is costly. The German carmaker reported a 6% decline in second-quarter profit as it increased its spend on developing new technologies for electric, autonomous and digitally connected automobiles. While that is a steep investment, BMW insists that the return on its investment is paying off.

  • The Wall Street Journal19 days ago

    [$$] BMW Reports Lower Profit, Confirms 2018 Outlook

    In the automotive segment, BMW’s closely watched EBIT margin fell to 8.6% in the quarter from 10.1%. Some of the prior-year figures were adjusted according to a new accounting standard, the company said. The company confirmed its full-year guidance, expecting revenue and deliveries to grow slightly and targeting pretax profit equivalent to last year’s. BMW continues to forecast an EBIT margin of between 8% and 10% for its automotive segment.

  • BMW Hands Hungary Plant Boost to Help Keep Economy Firing
    Bloomberg21 days ago

    BMW Hands Hungary Plant Boost to Help Keep Economy Firing

    Hungary’s goal to keep economic growth near a four-year high got a boost as BMW AG pledged to build a 1 billion-euro ($1.2 billion) car plant. For Prime Minister Viktor Orban, it’s a vindication of his dedication to manufacturers even as he upset banks and foreign retailers in creating his “illiberal” state. BMW follows Daimler AG, Volkswagen AG, Suzuki Motor Corp. and France’s PSA Group into the eastern European nation of 10 million people, becoming the fifth major company to start production there.

  • Bloomberg21 days ago

    BMW to Expand European Footprint With $1.2 Billion Hungary Plant

    BMW AG is investing 1 billion euros ($1.17 billion) in a new assembly plant in Hungary, its first factory in Europe in nearly two decades as the luxury-car maker strengthens its European footprint amid growing protectionism. The plant will produce 150,000 vehicles a year, making both electric and combustion engine vehicles, the Munich-based carmaker said Tuesday in a statement. It’ll be BMW’s first new carmaking facility since 2000, when it decided to construct a site at Leipzig, a spokesman said, declining to confirm which models it’ll produce in Hungary.

  • BMW Plans First EU Plant in Two Decades Amid Trade Tensions
    Bloomberg21 days ago

    BMW Plans First EU Plant in Two Decades Amid Trade Tensions

    BMW AG is building its first factory in Europe in nearly two decades, strengthening its footprint close to home as growing protectionism adds to the cost of shipping cars around the globe. The carmaker is investing 1 billion euros ($1.17 billion) in a new production plant in Hungary to produce 150,000 vehicles annually, according to a statement Tuesday. It’ll be BMW’s first new carmaking facility since 2000 in the region, when it built a site in Germany, a spokesman said.

  • BMW, Daimler to Bear Burden of Trump's Trade War in China
    Bloomberg23 days ago

    BMW, Daimler to Bear Burden of Trump's Trade War in China

    BMW AG and Daimler AG are facing more pain in China after higher tariffs on U.S.-imported cars force price hikes and consumers hold back on their next purchase. BMW, which like Daimler AG ships U.S.-made sport utility vehicles to China, said on Sunday it will join Tesla Inc. in raising prices in the Asian country. The steeper charges are a result of China’s decision to boost tariffs to 40 percent on July 6, part of a tit-for-tat trade war with the U.S. China almost simultaneously cut import duties for cars from everywhere else, creating whiplash for manufacturers as well as consumers.

  • BMW to Raise SUV Prices in China as Much as 7% Due to Tariffs
    Bloomberg23 days ago

    BMW to Raise SUV Prices in China as Much as 7% Due to Tariffs

    Bayerische Motoren Werke AG will raise the price of some mid-sized sport utility vehicles in China by as much as 7 percent beginning Monday, in a further rippling of the U.S.-China trade war through the global supply of products. The German carmaker, which builds the vehicles in Spartanburg, South Carolina, said Sunday it would increase its suggested retail prices for X5 and X6 models in China between 4 percent and 7 percent. In 2017, BMW exported more than 81,000 U.S.-made SUVs valued at $2.37 billion to China, the biggest market for its American exports.

  • BMW Wanting Bigger Say in China Leaves Partner Under Pressure
    Bloomberg29 days ago

    BMW Wanting Bigger Say in China Leaves Partner Under Pressure

    Downward pressure on the shares of BMW AG’s Chinese partner may not be over as investors gauge the impact of the German luxury-car maker potentially gaining a bigger stake in the companies’ joint venture. Brilliance China Automotive Holding Ltd. has slid 20 percent since news emerged on July 12 about BMW’s plan, which would leave the Chinese company entitled to a smaller share of the venture’s future earnings. The stock is the worst performer this month among Chinese car stocks traded in Hong Kong.

  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    [$$] BMW Sales Rise on Solid Demand

    Bayerische Motoren Werke AG (BMW.XE) said Thursday that its first-half sales rose 1.8% thanks to strong demand in Europe, the Americas and Asia. The German premium auto maker said it sold 1.24 million cars in the first six months of the year, compared with 1.

  • Reuterslast month

    BMW to join board of Baidu's autonomous driving platform Apollo

    BMW signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with tech giant Baidu to join its autonomous driving platform Apollo as a board member, BMW said on Tuesday. The MoU was signed during a visit by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang to Germany. After years of internal development, Baidu last year decided to open its autonomous driving technology to third parties, a move it hopes will accelerate development and help it compete with U.S. firms Tesla and Google project Waymo.

  • Reuterslast month

    BMW to join board of Baidu's autonomous driving platform Apollo

    BMW signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with tech giant Baidu to join its autonomous driving platform Apollo as a board member, BMW said on Tuesday. The MoU was signed during a visit by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang to Germany. After years of internal development, Baidu last year decided to open its autonomous driving technology to third parties, a move it hopes will accelerate development and help it compete with U.S. firms Tesla and Google project Waymo.

  • BMW Plans to Take Majority Control of China JV
    Bloomberg Videolast month

    BMW Plans to Take Majority Control of China JV

    Jul.12 -- BMW AG is reportedly set to become the first foreign automaker to take control of its joint venture in China. Bloomberg's Jason Kelly reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."