|Bid||5.62 x 500000|
|Ask||5.65 x 500000|
|Day's Range||5.58 - 5.65|
|52 Week Range||4.43 - 7.56|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.70|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||40.65|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.04 (0.63%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Chinese electric vehicle maker BYD Co Ltd reported preliminary net profit for 2018 that was 31.4 percent lower than a year earlier, pinning the blame on intensifying competition in the world's biggest auto market. The result comes as China's market for new energy vehicles is booming, but profit in the sector is being squeezed by competition between established automakers and a multitude of startups, as well as the government's reduction of subsidies. Profit likely fell to 2.79 billion yuan ($416.5 million) from 4.07 billion yuan, as slowing auto sales across China increased competitive activity among car makers and hit the profitability of the fuel vehicle business, BYD said in a filing to the Hong Kong stock exchange late on Tuesday.
Surely, BYD Co. has all the ingredients of a winning electric-car maker? The company’s Hong Kong-traded stock has fallen more than 30 percent in the past year and even declined after BYD posted a 290 percent jump in January electric-vehicles sales from a year earlier to 28,668 units. To explain the disconnect, look at BYD’s dependence on government policies, a battery business that’s losing market share, and a failure to respond swiftly enough to changes in consumer demand.
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China's BYD Co Ltd said on Thursday it plans to list its battery business by 2022, the electric vehicle (EV) maker's latest move to rev up its growing battery unit. BYD is considering cell production in Europe, an executive told Reuters earlier this year.
China's BYD Co Ltd (1211.HK) has put plans to open its first Canadian electric truck plant on hold but could revive the project when the electric vehicle maker sees a business case, a company executive said. BYD, backed by Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc (BRKa.N), had planned to open the site this year in Ontario with about 40 workers, a boost to green manufacturing in the country's most populous province. "It's just not happening right now, and we're not necessarily waiting on anything to make it happen," Ted Dowling, Vice President of BYD Canada said on Thursday.
BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Chinese electric carmaker BYD Co Ltd (1211.HK), which is backed by U.S. investor Warren Buffett, said on Monday it expected full-year net profit to drop almost a third as competition heats up in the world's largest auto market. China's market for electric cars is booming, but profits in the sector have been squeezed by intense competition between established firms and start-up rivals, as well as moves by Beijing to slash subsidies for the market. The Shenzhen-based firm posted a 1.9 percent fall in third quarter net profit to 1.05 billion yuan ($150.97 million), down from 1.07 billion yuan a year earlier.
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China's BYD Co Ltd (1211.HK), backed by U.S. investor Warren Buffett, posted a 72.2 percent fall in first-half profit on Wednesday, after Beijing in early 2018 reined in subsidies and other policy support for green energy cars. The Shenzhen-based electric car maker, whose products include battery electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles, posted a net profit of 479 million yuan (54.30 million pounds), down from 1.72 billion yuan a year earlier.
London soccer club Arsenal got entangled in a suspected fraud involving a Chinese carmaker, which says it was duped by a person posing as an employee who signed unauthorized contracts with advertising partners. BYD Co., an electric-car maker backed by Warren Buffett, asked the police to investigate a person who it says damaged its reputation and harmed related parties. Arsenal, which announced a pact with BYD in April, says the carmaker informed the English Premier League club that the deal was among those potentially affected by a fraud.
Chinese electric carmaker BYD Co Ltd has opened a new lithium battery plant in the northwestern province of Qinghai, which will be the world's biggest when construction is fully completed next year, it said on Thursday. The factory, BYD's third, can eventually produce 24 gigawatt-hours of batteries a year, and is part of the company's plans to raise its total production capacity to 60 GWh by 2020, it said in a statement. BYD is building new battery production capacity to take advantage of China's aggressive new energy vehicle (NEV) push, with the country desperate not only to cut air pollution from traditional combustion engines but also boost its high-tech clout.
BYD Co. is building what would become the world’s largest vehicle-battery factory next year in an effort by the Chinese electric-car maker to increase capacity and help revive earnings growth. The plant will have an annual capacity of 24 gigawatt-hours when it is fully in use in 2019, enough to equip 1.2 million BYD Tang electric cars, according to the manufacturer backed by Warren Buffett. BYD invested 10 billion yuan ($1.5 billion) in the factory, which will help meet the company’s plan to boost its battery-making capability almost fourfold by 2020.
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Electric buses were seen as a joke at an industry conference in Belgium seven years ago when the Chinese manufacturer BYD Co. showed an early model. “Everyone was laughing at BYD for making a toy,” recalled Isbrand Ho, the Shenzhen-based company’s managing director in Europe. With China leading the way, making the traditional smog-belching diesel behemoth run on electricity is starting to eat away at fossil fuel demand.
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