DAI.DE - Daimler AG

XETRA - XETRA Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
50.45
-0.36 (-0.71%)
As of 4:07PM CEST. Market open.
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Previous Close50.81
Open50.14
Bid50.46 x 124500
Ask50.49 x 73800
Day's Range49.72 - 50.82
52 Week Range48.77 - 76.48
Volume3,168,565
Avg. Volume3,532,556
Market Cap53.973B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.78
PE Ratio (TTM)5.67
EPS (TTM)8.90
Earnings DateOct 25, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield3.65 (6.92%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-04-06
1y Target Est66.18
  • CNBC breaks down the most recent news in auto stocks
    CNBC Videos4 days ago

    CNBC breaks down the most recent news in auto stocks

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports that Ford's stock is sinking, Daimler lowered its profit forecast and Tesla revealed a lower priced Model 3.

  • Street awaits Ford earnings, Daimler profit warning and a...
    CNBC Videos4 days ago

    Street awaits Ford earnings, Daimler profit warning and a...

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports some of the latest headlines in the auto sector.

  • German auto stocks slide on new UK fuel proposal
    Yahoo Finance Video4 days ago

    German auto stocks slide on new UK fuel proposal

    German auto stocks are suffering as the UK moves ahead with a new proposal to end gas-powered cars. Yahoo Finance’s Alanna Petroff has details from London.

  • Reuters7 hours ago

    Renault avoids warning despite lower sales, visibility

    While avoiding a repeat of the profit warnings that have dented peers including Daimler and BMW, Renault also invoked "low visibility" for the rest of the year, sending its shares sharply lower in early Paris trading. Group revenue fell to 11.48 billion euros ($13.16 billion), with the core auto business contributing 10.06 billion, down a steeper 8.4 percent. Compounding a sales decline in India, Renault suffered from currency and market slumps in Argentina and Turkey and the effect of its withdrawal from Iran.

  • Why This German Auto Giant Just Cut Estimates Again
    Motley Fool16 hours ago

    Why This German Auto Giant Just Cut Estimates Again

    Last time Daimler cut estimates, several other automakers followed suit. Will that happen again?

  • TheStreet.comyesterday

    The Future of Cars, Nvidia, CBS: Three Keys to Your Investing Day

    Most auto companies are investing in software to create-self driving vehicles and ride-hailing and sharing services. Of course, these automakers will have to compete against the cash spend from Uber Technologies Inc., which has been valued at $120 billion. What Does This Do for Nvidia?

  • Reutersyesterday

    Factbox: Manufacturers' plans for electric big rig trucks

    - Volvo AB will begin production of its first fully-electric commercial truck this year, and it is expected to be sold next year for short-haul operations in Europe. Under a deal with California, Volvo will deploy some all-battery Class 8 electric demonstration models in the state next year.- Korea's Hyundai Motor Co has partnered with Swiss hydrogen company H2 Energy to sell 1,000 hydrogen fuel-cell electric trucks with a range of around 400 kilometers (249 miles) starting in 2019. -Hyundai commercial vehicle director Mark Freymueller told Reuters Hyundai is looking at launching in the United States, China and parts of Europe where regulations restricting diesel trucks will take effect in the years ahead.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Factbox: Manufacturers' plans for electric big rig trucks

    - Volvo AB (VOLVb.ST) will begin production of its first fully-electric commercial truck this year, and it is expected to be sold next year for short-haul operations in Europe. Under a deal with California, Volvo will deploy some all-battery Class 8 electric demonstration models in the state next year.- Korea's Hyundai Motor Co has partnered with Swiss hydrogen company H2 Energy to sell 1,000 hydrogen fuel-cell electric trucks with a range of around 400 kilometers (249 miles) starting in 2019. Hyundai commercial vehicle director Mark Freymueller told Reuters Hyundai is looking at launching in the United States, China and parts of Europe where regulations restricting diesel trucks will take effect in the years ahead.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Germany's Merkel promises legislation to ward off diesel driving bans

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel, campaigning for her Christian Democrats (CDU) to retain control of the crucial state of Hesse in next Sunday's election, promised legislation to ward off the threat of air pollution leading to driving bans. Speaking at a news conference on Sunday evening, Merkel said it would be disproportionate to ban dirty diesel cars from the road in places like Frankfurt, Hesse's largest city, where nitrogen emissions limits were only marginally exceeded. Emissions from diesel cars have pushed nitrogen levels above the permitted level of 50 milligrams per cubic metre in dozens of cities across Germany, and Merkel's government is keen to avoid widldly unpopular bans on taking the cars on the road.

  • CNBC3 days ago

    From Ford to Volkswagen, rivals become frenemies to share the cost of building self-driving cars

    The sheer cost and technological burden of developing self-driving cars, electric vehicles and other advancements has companies that have historically been fierce competitors becoming, at the very least, frenemies. They're forming new alliances, joint ventures and agreements to help develop and build new technologies that may take years to get to market and even longer before turning a profit.

  • CNBC3 days ago

    From Ford to Volkswagen, rivals become frenemies to share the cost of building self-driving cars

    From Ford to Volkswagen, automakers are forming new alliances on new technologies that may take years to get to market and even longer before turning a profit. Volkswagen is spending $40 billion to develop autonomous and electrified vehicles through 2022. Ford F this week announced plans to expand its work with Mahindra Group MAHM-IN , one of India's largest car companies, to find ways to collaborate on advanced powertrains, connected car technologies and even new vehicles.

  • The Wall Street Journal3 days ago

    Can Detroit Become a Software Business?

    General Motors plans to roll out a robo-taxi service next year that will let urbanites hail a driverless Chevrolet Bolt. to create a juggernaut for services like ride hailing and car sharing. The global auto industry thinks it sees the future, and it will require a transformation without precedent in business history: The giant industrial sector has to turn itself into a nimble provider of software and services.

  • The Wall Street Journal4 days ago

    [$$] Daimler Issues Profit Warning, Sending Shares Down

    BERLIN—Daimler AG on Friday warned of “significantly lower” earnings for the full year and said profit had dropped 27% in the three months to Sept. 30, sending shares to a five-year low and dragging down other automotive stocks. The profit warning, the second in four months, comes as the German car maker’s Mercedes-Benz unit and its domestic rivals face a backlash against diesel-powered vehicles. In Germany, the government is pushing manufacturers to retrofit older diesel vehicles to improve emissions or to offer steep incentives to consumers who trade-in older diesel-powered cars.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Daimler's diesel troubles trigger new profit warning

    German carmaker Daimler AG said its operating profit would fall by over 10 percent this year, its second earnings warning since June, blaming "government proceedings and measures in various regions" as a crackdown on diesel emissions takes a toll. Daimler warned investors it expected its full-year earnings before interest and tax to be "significantly below" last year's level. Analysts at Evercore ISI said in a note that the profit warning was not triggered by a slowdown in business, since demand for Mercedes-Benz cars remains high, but was caused by one-off factors such as regulatory and court rulings.

  • Associated Press4 days ago

    Daimler profit sinks on diesel; outlook for year lowered

    FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — German automaker Daimler lowered its profit outlook for the second time this year on Friday and reported reduced third-quarter profits due to regulatory and diesel emissions issues.

  • Bloomberg4 days ago

    The Latest Real-Estate Business Is Storing Rich People’s Cars

    Car warehouses that can store a hundred or more pricey vehicles are beginning to pop up across the U.S., according to car collectors and wealth managers who are witnessing the trend. "There is demand for it," says car collector Henry Robertelli, a partner with the hedge fund Axius Holdings, who is building out a 7,000 square-foot auto garage in a suburban Atlanta warehouse space that’s nearly five times as large, if he wants to expand. Indeed, many warehouses are being built by cars collectors themselves, such Los Angeles media entrepreneur Matt Farah, who said he spent "many years looking to be a customer of somebody." He’s in the process of constructing a 13,800 square-foot garage close to the beach in west Los Angeles that will hold 140 cars.

  • Bloomberg4 days ago

    Daimler's List of Excuses Gets Longer and Longer

    A kitchen sink would struggle to contain the list of excuses the German car and truck maker produced to explain the latest profit shortfall on Friday. On paper, Daimler now looks cheap. The shares trade at about six times estimated earnings, and it’s barely conceivable that the world’s preeminent luxury car and truck producer is worth just 55 billion euros ($63 billion).

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Daimler's diesel troubles trigger new profit warning

    German carmaker Daimler AG (DAIGn.DE) said its operating profit would fall by over 10 percent this year, its second earnings warning since June, blaming "government proceedings and measures in various regions" as a crackdown on diesel emissions takes a toll. Daimler warned investors it expected its full-year earnings before interest and tax to be "significantly below" last year's level. Analysts at Evercore ISI said in a note that the profit warning was not triggered by a slowdown in business, since demand for Mercedes-Benz cars remains high, but was caused by one-off factors such as regulatory and court rulings.

  • TheStreet.com4 days ago

    Daimler Slumps to 5-Year Low After Profit Warning Following Surprise Q3 Earnings

    Daimler AG DMLRY shares tumbled Friday after it posted weaker-than-expected third quarter earnings Friday, and said full-year profits at its Mercedes cars division would be "significantly below" 2017 levels, as the world's biggest luxury carmaker continues to struggle with the costs associated with making its diesel fleet compliant with new rules on car emissions. Daimler said third quarter earnings fell to 27% from the same period last year to €2.488 billion, thanks in part to an "increase in expected expenses in connection with ongoing governmental proceedings and measures in various regions with regard to Mercedes-Benz diesel vehicles", the company said. "The main factor is an increase in expected expenses in connection with ongoing governmental proceedings and measures in various regions with regard to Mercedes-Benz diesel vehicles," Daimler said in a statement.

  • Daimler Drops to Five-Year Low After Second 2018 Profit Warning
    Bloomberg4 days ago

    Daimler Drops to Five-Year Low After Second 2018 Profit Warning

    Daimler AG slumped to its lowest share price since July 2013, as investors dumped the stock after its second profit warning in four months. The carmaker blamed mounting expenses to upgrade diesel emissions systems in Europe and an increase in provisions to potentially replace air-conditioning refrigerant in older cars. The news dragged down Volkswagen AG and key rival BMW AG, who’s not accused of using illegal defeat devicesDaimler’s second profit warning was “really disastrous,” akin to “a falling star,” said Bankhaus Metzler analyst Juergen PieperThe company conspicuously didn’t mention global trade tensions, which was the key justification for the last profit downgrade.

  • PR Newswire4 days ago

    Daimler adjusts its earnings guidance -- preliminary results for the third quarter 2018

    STUTTGART, Germany, Oct. 19, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- As a result of current developments, Daimler AG today reassessed its earnings outlook for the year 2018 for the Mercedes-Benz Cars and Daimler Buses divisions and for the Daimler Group. The main factor is an increase in expected expenses in connection with ongoing governmental proceedings and measures in various regions with regard to Mercedes-Benz diesel vehicles. In addition, Mercedes-Benz Vans records lower unit sales due to delays in vehicle deliveries.

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    China's economy stumbles as trade war pressure grows

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  • Reuters4 days ago

    German transport min - have not yet received approvable diesel retrofits

    Germany's transport minister said on Friday that carmakers have not yet submitted retrofit kits for manipulated diesel cars for which his administration could grant approval. Speaking at an event in Hamburg, ...

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Volkswagen a winner as EU set to favour wifi over 5G - draft

    The European Commission is set to approve and set rules for the use of wifi in cars, giving Volkswagen and Renault who have pursued this technology the edge over Daimler and others who invested in rival 5G networks. The EU executive is expected to announce draft legislation on the issue next month for feedback from EU countries and EU lawmakers before adopting it next year.

  • Financial Times4 days ago

    [$$] Daimler warns on profits for second time this year

    Daimler had little to say about what had prompted the warning. “The main factor,” Daimler said, “is an increase in expected expenses in connection with ongoing governmental proceedings and measures in various regions with regard to Mercedes-Benz diesel vehicles.