DAI.DE - Daimler AG

XETRA - XETRA Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
47.42
+0.05 (+0.11%)
At close: 5:35PM CET
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Previous Close47.37
Open47.55
Bid0.00 x 124500
Ask0.00 x 73800
Day's Range46.94 - 48.20
52 Week Range45.07 - 76.48
Volume3,605,325
Avg. Volume4,346,891
Market Cap50.732B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.37
PE Ratio (TTM)5.60
EPS (TTM)8.47
Earnings DateFeb 6, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield3.65 (7.71%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-04-06
1y Target Est63.31
  • Your High-Tech Car Is a Magnet for Hacking
    Bloomberg6 hours ago

    Your High-Tech Car Is a Magnet for Hacking

    From such trips—like a man in Australia who went on more than 30 free drives on the GoGet car-sharing platform before being arrested—to vehicle theft and taking wireless control of cars, reported attacks on smart cars have ballooned six-fold over the past four years, according to research from cyber-security platform Upstream Security Ltd. While companies have taken note, with Daimler AG’s Car2Go car sharing beefing up security measures after a limited number of accounts were hacked, risks around vehicle cybercrime are only going to get worse. Connected cars are forecast to double to 775 million by 2023, according to Juniper Research, enlarging the pool of convenience features like keyless entry, apps to turn on heating remotely and smartphone connection via bluetooth.

  • Reuters9 hours ago

    Mercedes-Benz cuts China prices after tariff on U.S.-made cars suspended

    German luxury carmaker Mercedes-Benz on Monday said it would offer discounts on cars imported into China from the United States until March 31 after Beijing suspended additional tariffs on U.S.-made cars. ...

  • China Seeks to Defuse Trade War With Reversals on Cars, Corn
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    China Seeks to Defuse Trade War With Reversals on Cars, Corn

    The 25 percent tariff imposed on vehicles as a tit-for-tat measure will be scrapped starting Jan. 1, the finance ministry said Friday. China also may buy at least 3 million metric tons of American corn, said people familiar with the discussions, who asked not to be named as the information is confidential. The moves come two weeks after President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping agreed to a truce in the trade war at their meeting in Argentina.

  • Barrons.com3 days ago

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  • Financial Times4 days ago

    [$$] German carmakers battle veteran environmentalist’s driving ban push

    At a time when German carmakers are fighting President Donald Trump’s threat to hit their exports — leaders of the three leading manufacturers went to Washington this month to try to assuage US concerns — Mr Resch’s campaign has exposed them to a wearying domestic battle. Diesel cars, which typically emit significantly more NO2 than petrol-driven vehicles, are seen as a prime cause.

  • Financial Times5 days ago

    [$$] German carmakers to usurp Trump’s trade ‘victory’

    This week, Beijing handed President Donald Trump a small victory. The US Soybean Export Council revealed that China is poised to purchase more than 1.5m tonnes of American soyabeans, the first big import ...

  • Reuters5 days ago

    ChargePoint to equip Daimler dealers with electric car chargers

    ChargePoint, one of the world's biggest operators of charging equipment for electric vehicles, has struck a deal to supply Daimler (DAIGn.DE) retailers with slow and fast chargers. The move, part of the Silicon Valley-based firm's foray into the European market, comes only two weeks after a $240-million (190-million pound) funding round, its biggest ever, in which Daimler - already an investor - took part via its trucks and buses unit. Daimler's German peer BMW (BMWG.DE) has also invested in ChargePoint, while other shareholders include German industrial conglomerate Siemens (SIEGn.DE), U.S. utility American Electric Power (AEP.N) and oil producer Chevron (CVX.N).

  • Reuters5 days ago

    ChargePoint to equip Daimler dealers with electric car chargers

    ChargePoint, one of the world's biggest operators of charging equipment for electric vehicles, has struck a deal to supply Daimler retailers with slow and fast chargers. The move, part of the Silicon Valley-based firm's foray into the European market, comes only two weeks after a $240 million funding round, its biggest ever, in which Daimler - already an investor - took part via its trucks and buses unit. Daimler's German peer BMW has also invested in ChargePoint, while other shareholders include German industrial conglomerate Siemens, U.S. utility American Electric Power and oil producer Chevron.

  • CNBC5 days ago

    German automakers BMW, Daimler stand to benefit the most if China cuts US auto tariffs

    China's reported plan to reduce U.S. auto import tariffs will benefit German automakers as well as Tesla. The larger issue facing many U.S. automakers is steel and import tariffs, which are contributing to rising material costs. Munich-based BMW and Daimler, headquartered in Stuttgart, Germany, are the largest and second-largest U.S. exporters of autos to China.

  • The Wall Street Journal6 days ago

    [$$] China Moves to Address U.S. Economic Concerns

    Beijing sought to ease tensions with Washington as its top trade negotiator told U.S. officials that China was planning to reduce auto tariffs and boost purchases of soybeans and other crops, according to people in both capitals briefed on the discussions. The two sides held a teleconference involving Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He, the first session since the two sides had reached a 90-day trade truce on Dec. 1 in Buenos Aires. The Monday night talks came amid rising U.S. demands on its economic rival, including calls for China to protect U.S. intellectual property, and to end pressure on U.S. firms to hand over valuable technology to their U.S. partners.

  • S&P 500, Dow close slightly lower after wobbly session
    Yahoo Finance6 days ago

    S&P 500, Dow close slightly lower after wobbly session

    Equities were whipsawed during another volatile session for investors.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    China, U.S. discuss road map for next stage of trade talks

    WASHINGTON/BEIJING, Dec 11 (Reuters) - China has agreed to cut tariffs on U.S.-built cars and auto parts to 15 percent from the current 40 percent, a Trump administration official said on Tuesday, setting the stage for a new talks aimed at easing the bitter trade war between the world's two largest economies. China's plan was communicated during a phone call between Chinese Vice Premier Liu He, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Tuesday morning Beijing time, the official said. News of the move, also reported by other media outlets and automotive executives briefed on the talks, boosted automakers' shares and helped lift U.S. shares more broadly before worries about a U.S. government shutdown prompted a pullback.

  • TheStreet.com6 days ago

    Trump Bump From Trade Truce Should Lift Tesla, Daimler

    On Tuesday, though, there are reports that China is discussing cutting the current import tariff of 40% on U.S.-made vehicles down to 15%. Despite GM and Ford being notable auto manufacturers in the U.S., they don't export very many vehicles to China. Through their joint venture partnerships, almost all of their vehicles made for China are produced in China.

  • Daimler is buying nearly $23 billion of battery cells to power its electric vehicle offensive
    TechCrunch6 days ago

    Daimler is buying nearly $23 billion of battery cells to power its electric vehicle offensive

    Daimler plans to buy $23 billion worth of battery cells by 2030 as the maker of Mercedes-Benz vehicles and commercial trucks prepares to bring dozens of electric and hybrid vehicles to market. The German automaker didn't disclose which companies would supply them with batteries. Daimler's $22.8 billion budget for lithium-ion batteries is just part of its multi-billion effort to launch 130 electric and hybrid vehicles by 2022 as well as commercial trucks, buses and vans.

  • DSW delivers mixed bag, CBS holds shareholders meeting, Facebook reportedly files controversial patent
    Yahoo Finance6 days ago

    DSW delivers mixed bag, CBS holds shareholders meeting, Facebook reportedly files controversial patent

    DSW, CBS, Facebook, WPP and Daimler are the companies to watch.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Daimler to buy £18 billion of battery cells for electric car drive

    Daimler (DAIGn.DE) will buy battery cells worth more than 20 billion euros (18 billion pounds) by 2030 as it readies mass production of hybrid and electric vehicles, the maker of Mercedes-Benz cars said on Tuesday. The company is one of a number of German automakers massively expanding in electric vehicles as European regulators clamp down on toxic diesel emissions. "With extensive orders for battery cells until the year 2030, we set another important milestone for the electrification of our future electric vehicles," Wilko Stark, who oversees procurement and supplier quality on the board of Mercedes-Benz Cars, said in a statement.

  • Daimler to buy $23 billion of battery cells for electric car drive
    Reuters6 days ago

    Daimler to buy $23 billion of battery cells for electric car drive

    Daimler (DAIGn.DE) will buy battery cells worth more than 20 billion euros ($23 billion) by 2030 as it readies mass production of hybrid and electric vehicles, the maker of Mercedes-Benz cars said on Tuesday. The company is one of a number of German automakers massively expanding in electric vehicles as European regulators clamp down on toxic diesel emissions. "With extensive orders for battery cells until the year 2030, we set another important milestone for the electrification of our future electric vehicles," Wilko Stark, who oversees procurement and supplier quality on the board of Mercedes-Benz Cars, said in a statement.

  • The Wall Street Journal6 days ago

    [$$] Daimler Outlays €20B on Battery Cells

    Daimler said it will spend €20 billion on battery cells that will be used in its electric vehicles through to 2030.

  • Decades of Growth at Risk as China Car Sales Keep Dropping
    Bloomberg7 days ago

    Decades of Growth at Risk as China Car Sales Keep Dropping

    Retail sales of sedans, multipurpose vehicles and sport utility vehicles plummeted 18 percent to 2.05 million units in November, the China Passenger Car Association said on Monday. Automakers -- which poured in billions of dollars in the past 20 years to bulk up factories in China -- now need to view future expansion plans in a different light. Carmakers’ hopes of a truce in the trade war were boosted last week as President Donald Trump’s tweet claiming that China had agreed to “reduce and remove” tariffs on American-made vehicles.

  • The Wall Street Journal10 days ago

    Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S: More Car Than Anyone Could Ever Enjoy

    Frankly I think Americans would be wasting their money on the Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S, since it’s about four times the automobile one could safely access on our dilapidated roads and highways. Honestly, here in the U.S. the whole Mercedes-AMG lineup is Squanderville. Daimler AG The Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S 4-Door Coupe ($185,000, as tested, estimate) is the sedan flagship from Daimler’s nascent luxury-performance brand, based in Affalterbach, Germany, near Stuttgart.

  • Volvo Charges Up E-Garbage Trucks to Get Ahead of Tesla’s Rig
    Bloomberg11 days ago

    Volvo Charges Up E-Garbage Trucks to Get Ahead of Tesla’s Rig

    The battery-powered eight-wheeler will ply the streets of Germany’s northern port city of Hamburg, picking up garbage. While Chief Executive Officer Martin Lundstedt expects to go slow on the initial ramp-up, he sees the project as a harbinger for a rapid proliferation of battery-powered trucks to move goods and refuse around urban settings. The race is on with big truck manufacturers including Daimler AB and Scania, as well as upstarts like Tesla Inc. and Chinese companies, to develop electric workhorses.

  • Reuters11 days ago

    Daimler confirms 2018 group EBIT outlook despite mobility deal delay

    Daimler (DAIGn.DE) said a proposed deal to combine its mobility services company with that of rival BMW (BMWG.DE) will not close this year, forcing the carmaker to lower the outlook for its financial services division. Daimler said the delay means it will not be able to book valuation and earnings gains this year, causing the financial services division's 2018 earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) to come in significantly below prior year's level. The valuation gains are now expected to be booked in 2019, Daimler said.

  • PR Newswire11 days ago

    Joint mobility company to be established with BMW next year

    The planned joint mobility company with the BMW Group is expected to be established at the beginning of next year. This has been agreed by Daimler AG and BMW Group. Following the approval of the project by the EU Commission, the two partners are continuing talks with the US antitrust authorities.

  • Daimler and BMW Can Show If China’s Barriers Are Really Falling
    Bloomberg12 days ago

    Daimler and BMW Can Show If China’s Barriers Are Really Falling

    The German maker of Mercedes-Benz cars is said to want to take majority control of a Chinese affiliate, following a similar move in October by rival BMW AG. A year ago, those announcements would have been unthinkable, but after years of stalling, Beijing has raised hopes of change by granting foreign banks, carmakers and fund managers better access to the world’s largest pool of consumers.

  • Reuters12 days ago

    U.S.-China trade conflict hurting German car sector - VDA

    FRANKFURT/BERLIN, Dec 5 (Reuters) - A trade spat between the United States and China is leaving its mark on Germany's automotive sector with the number of new vehicles in the Chinese market expected to fall this year, the VDA industry association said on Wednesday. China is the most important and historically the fastest growing market for Germany's carmakers but Chinese tariffs on German cars built in the United States have taken their toll.