DAI.DE - Daimler AG

XETRA - XETRA Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
64.95
-0.06 (-0.09%)
As of 12:39PM CEST. Market open.
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Previous Close65.01
Open64.75
Bid64.94 x 124500
Ask64.95 x 73800
Day's Range64.75 - 65.56
52 Week Range59.01 - 76.48
Volume1,151,766
Avg. Volume4,251,180
Market Cap69.486B
Beta1.63
PE Ratio (TTM)6.60
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield3.65 (5.58%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-04-06
1y Target EstN/A
  • E Dream Machines
    Bloomberg6 hours ago

    E Dream Machines

    What do Porsche, BMW, Mercedes and Qiantu have in common? They're all showcasing their latest electric cars at the #BeijingAutoShow, China's biggest car show https://bloom.bg/2vFxXPm #tictocnews (Source: ...

  • Reuters22 hours ago

    BRIEF-Baic Motor Corp ‍Co Announces Capital Increase In Mercedes-Benz Leasing Co

    April 25 (Reuters) - BAIC Motor Corp Ltd: * ‍CO AND DGRC TO CONTRIBUTE RMB1.5 BILLION TO MERCEDES-BENZ LEASING CO​ (MBLC) IN PROPORTION TO THEIR RESPECTIVE SHAREHOLDING IN MBLC * DAIMLER GREATER CHINA ...

  • Reutersyesterday

    Daimler joins China's Responsible Cobalt Initiative

    German carmaker Daimler (DAIGn.DE) has joined the Responsible Cobalt Initiative, a programme established under a Chinese industry body to tackle risks in the cobalt supply chain arising from artisanal mining. Cobalt consumers are under pressure to ensure the material they use is not tainted by child labour in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the source of about 60 percent of the world's cobalt. Amnesty International says about a fifth of the country's cobalt production is mined by hand by informal miners including children, often in dangerous conditions.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Daimler joins China's Responsible Cobalt Initiative

    German carmaker Daimler has joined the Responsible Cobalt Initiative, a programme established under a Chinese industry body to tackle risks in the cobalt supply chain arising from artisanal mining. Cobalt consumers are under pressure to ensure the material they use is not tainted by child labour in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the source of about 60 percent of the world's cobalt. Amnesty International says about a fifth of the country's cobalt production is mined by hand by informal miners including children, often in dangerous conditions.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Hostile takeover? Daimler CEO says no fears about Chinese magnate Li Shufu

    German car maker Daimler AG's boss said on Wednesday there was no indication the firm's largest shareholder, Chinese auto magnate Li Shufu, was planning a hostile takeover after he took a $9 billion stake in the firm earlier this year. Dieter Zetsche, Daimler's chief executive, said Li, the head of Chinese carmaker Geely, had told the firm he had no intention to go beyond his current 9.7 percent stake in Daimler, which he announced in February.

  • Reutersyesterday

    AUTOSHOW-Hostile takeover? Daimler CEO says no fears about Chinese magnate Li Shufu

    German car maker Daimler AG's boss said on Wednesday there was no indication the firm's largest shareholder, Chinese auto magnate Li Shufu, was planning a hostile takeover after he took a $9 billion stake in the firm earlier this year. Dieter Zetsche, Daimler's chief executive, said Li, the head of Chinese carmaker Geely, had told the firm he had no intention to go beyond his current 9.7 percent stake in Daimler, which he announced in February.

  • Reutersyesterday

    AUTOSHOW-Daimler CEO: no sign of hostile takeover by top shareholder Li Shufu

    * China's Li took $9 bln stake in Daimler in Feb * Deal raised German concerns over hostile takeover * Li not planning to raise Daimler stake - CEO (Adds comment from Zetsche, background on Li's stake ...

  • Volvo Cars Open to Partners; Dismisses Daimler Stake Reports
    Bloombergyesterday

    Volvo Cars Open to Partners; Dismisses Daimler Stake Reports

    Volvo Car Group Chief Executive Officer Hakan Samuelsson dismissed reports of Daimler AG becoming a potential investor and said the Swedish automaker is open to partnerships with anyone if it serves its ...

  • Reutersyesterday

    BAIC Motor plans $422 mln share sale to replenish working capital

    HONG KONG, April 25 (Reuters) - BAIC Motor Corporation Ltd said on Wednesday it planned to sell new shares for HK$3.3 billion ($422 million) to replenish funds for working capital. The automaker said it ...

  • TheStreet.com2 days ago

    Will Tesla Join New Car-Charging Network?

    You remember the Supercharger network that Tesla Inc. In all three continents, particularly in the first two, Tesla has a rather impressive coverage map. The new network, called Ionity, has its sights set on opening up thousands of chargers throughout Europe.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    U.S. top court curbs human rights claims against companies

    Foreign corporations cannot be sued in American courts for human rights abuses committed overseas, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday, refusing to revive a lawsuit claiming Jordan-based Arab Bank Plc helped finance militant attacks in Israel and the Palestinian territories. The 5-4 decision ended a lawsuit by some 6,000 non-U.S. citizen plaintiffs, including survivors and relatives of people killed in attacks, filed under a 1789 U.S. law called the Alien Tort Statute that accused Arab Bank of being the "paymaster" to militant groups.

  • Dubai's Careem hit by cyber attack affecting 14 million users
    Reuters2 days ago

    Dubai's Careem hit by cyber attack affecting 14 million users

    Careem, Uber's main (UBER.UL) ride-hailing app rival in the Middle East, was hit by a cyber attack that compromised the data of 14 million users, it said on Monday. At the time of the attack, Careem had 14 million customers and 558,000 drivers on its platform operating in 78 cities across the region, a company spokesman told Reuters. News of the attack comes at a sensitive time for Careem, as it tests investor appetite for a bid to raise as much as $500 million to fund new business lines.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Car of the future: Electrified and autonomous, but what will it look like?

    An autonomous driving electric vehicle may not take to the sky any time soon but could one day start to look a bit like The Jetsons’ flying car - a glass bubble without the long hood that is a signature feature of today's gasoline-fueled cars. When that motor technology is combined with autonomous vehicle advances, the car not only no longer needs the hood but also what the industry calls crash zones. The upshot: the EV shift might usher in the age of a bubble- or pod-shaped car like those popularised by the 1960s futuristic animated comedy series, The Jetsons.

  • Car of the future: Electrified and autonomous, but what will it look like?
    Reuters2 days ago

    Car of the future: Electrified and autonomous, but what will it look like?

    An autonomous driving electric vehicle may not take to the sky any time soon but could one day start to look a bit like The Jetsons’ flying car - a glass bubble without the long hood that is a signature feature of today's gasoline-fueled cars. When that motor technology is combined with autonomous vehicle advances, the car not only no longer needs the hood but also what the industry calls crash zones. The upshot: the EV shift might usher in the age of a bubble- or pod-shaped car like those popularised by the 1960s futuristic animated comedy series, The Jetsons.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Exclusive - China's Lishen plans first European sales office for electric vehicle batteries: source

    LONDON/BERLIN (Reuters) - Chinese battery maker Tianjin Lishen plans to open a sales office in Germany, its first in Europe, and is in talks to supply local auto makers with batteries used to power electric vehicles, a source at the company told Reuters. Two sources said Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE), the world's largest car maker, and Daimler (DAIGn.DE) are negotiating with unlisted Tianjin Lishen Battery. A source close to Volkswagen said the company is in advanced talks with Tianjin Lishen on lithium-ion battery supply contracts, but agreements have not yet been signed.

  • Exclusive: China's Lishen plans first European sales office for electric vehicle batteries - source
    Reuters3 days ago

    Exclusive: China's Lishen plans first European sales office for electric vehicle batteries - source

    LONDON/BERLIN (Reuters) - Chinese battery maker Tianjin Lishen plans to open a sales office in Germany, its first in Europe, and is in talks to supply local auto makers with batteries used to power electric vehicles, a source at the company told Reuters. Two sources said Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE), the world's largest car maker, and Daimler (DAIGn.DE) are negotiating with unlisted Tianjin Lishen Battery. A source close to Volkswagen said the company is in advanced talks with Tianjin Lishen on lithium-ion battery supply contracts, but agreements have not yet been signed.

  • Daimler recalls 24,763 Mercedes-Benz cars in Russia - Russian watchdog
    Reuters6 days ago

    Daimler recalls 24,763 Mercedes-Benz cars in Russia - Russian watchdog

    Russia's standards agency said on Friday it had been informed about the voluntary recall by German carmaker Daimler of 24,763 Mercedes-Benz cars sold from 2014 to 2017. The agency said the recall of the ...

  • Daimler recalls 24,763 Mercedes-Benz cars in Russia - Russian watchdog
    Reuters6 days ago

    Daimler recalls 24,763 Mercedes-Benz cars in Russia - Russian watchdog

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's standards agency said on Friday it had been informed about the voluntary recall by German carmaker Daimler (DAIGn.DE) of 24,763 Mercedes-Benz cars sold from 2014 to 2017. The ...

  • Reuters7 days ago

    Daimler open to buying small stake in Volvo cars - Manager Magazin

    Daimler (DAIGn.DE) is open to supplying Volvo with engines and could even take a small stake in the Swedish carmaker, Manager Magazin said, raising the possibility of increased cooperation between Mercedes-Benz and China's Geely . Daimler could buy "a couple of percent" in Volvo Cars, Manager Magazin said on Thursday, without citing sources. The chairman of Volvo owner Geely, Li Shufu, stealthily built a $9 billion (6.34 billion pounds) stake in Daimler by the end of February, seeking to forge an alliance with the German carmaker as a way to counter the threat from new competitors such as Tesla (TSLA.O), Google (GOOGL.O) and Uber.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    Daimler open to buying small stake in Volvo cars: Manager Magazin

    Daimler (DAIGn.DE) is open to supplying Volvo with engines and could even take a small stake in the Swedish carmaker, Manager Magazin said, raising the possibility of increased cooperation between Mercedes-Benz and China's Geely [GEELY.UL]. Daimler could buy "a couple of percent" in Volvo Cars, Manager Magazin said on Thursday, without citing sources.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    China must do more to open markets, German industry group says

    China's decision to reduce existing market barriers to foreign investment is welcome but it needs to do more, Germany's largest industry group (BDI) said on Thursday. The hurdles for foreign companies doing business in China have been increasing despite more liberal rhetoric from the government in Beijing, BDI Managing Director Joachim Lang said.

  • The Wall Street Journal7 days ago

    [$$] Germany to Push for Exemptions From U.S. Sanctions on Russia

    German industry has lobbied Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government to urge the U.S. to soften its stance on Russia sanctions or come up with arrangements to ensure German companies don’t fall victim to ...

  • Financial Times7 days ago

    [$$] Cars/China: dog’s breakfast

    Foreign companies like to bark that China’s leaders treat them unfairly. Mandarins are adept at finding bones to shut them up. this week, the National Development and Reform Commission promised to completely ...

  • Reuters9 days ago

    Germany welcomes China move to open markets in key sectors

    The German Economy Ministry on Tuesday welcomed a decision by China to open some of its key industrial markets and reduce existing market barriers to foreign investment. "This is a signal in the right ...

  • Mercedes Plans Electric S-Class to Challenge Tesla’s Flagship
    Bloomberg14 days ago

    Mercedes Plans Electric S-Class to Challenge Tesla’s Flagship

    Mercedes-Benz is developing a battery-powered sedan about the size of its $90,000 flagship S-Class, challenging Tesla Inc.’s Model S for high-end electric-car buyers.