|Bid||49.11 x 300|
|Ask||49.19 x 300|
|Day's Range||49.12 - 50.13|
|52 Week Range||38.00 - 104.09|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||15.35|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.68 (1.36%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Rolling back emissions standards may relieve some cost pressures on the auto industry, but as crude oil prices pick up and consumers begin to feel the pinch at the pumps, demand for electric and hybrid vehicles isn’t going away. As of the close of trading on Wednesday, BorgWarner is up 39% over the past year, Delphi is down less than 1%, and Visteon is up 23%, while the S&P 500 is up 16%, and some of the big automakers like Ford and GM, are up 3% and 16%, respectively, over the past year.
Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Corporation is at a 52-week high, but can investors hope for more gains in the future? We take a look at the fundamentals for BAH for clues.
Auto-supply stocks are trading higher on Monday, driven by a bullish note from Cowen & Co. Analyst Jeffrey Osborne initiated coverage of BorgWarner (BWA), Delphi Automotive (DLPH), and Visteon (VC) with Outperform ratings today with respective price targets of $60, $64, and $136. For BorgWarner, Osborne writes that he's upbeat about the company's positioning as the auto industry shifts toward more fuel-efficient vehicles, as it has a strong presence in turbos, hybrids and 48-volt systems. Longer term, he expects that BorgWarner will engage in M&A to fill gaps in its electric-vehicle portfolio "to capture more Auto 2.0 opportunities." As for Delphi, Osborne expects that it can outperform as the company is levered to more-efficient autos near term and hybrid and electric vehicles long term.
Delphi Technologies (DLPH) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
The auto sector can be divided into two entities: Auto 1.0, the more traditional and legacy auto sector, and Auto 2.0 , which includes shared, electric and autonomous vehicles, according to Morgan Stanley. ...
In this evening's After the Bell we look at... * Another late-day selloff caused the Dow to drop nearly 400 points. * Why it might be time to take a look at Borg Warner and Delphi Automotive. At 2:27 p.m., the Dow was trading at 25,457.14, up around 47 points on the day.
Delphi Technologies PLC (NYSE: DLPH ) was in freefall Thursday on no discernable news apart from a fresh sideline rating. The Rating Buckingham Research Group analyst Glenn Chin initiated coverage with ...
Delphi Technologies PLC (NYSE:DLPH) delivered an ROE of 21.24% over the past 12 months, which is an impressive feat relative to its industry average of 17.75% during the same period.Read More...
Investors may consider dropping Aptiv (APTV) stock right now as it has seen downward estimate revision as well as price depreciation in last one month.
BlackBerry broke into a buy range after reporting third-quarter results before the market open that beat expectations.
Rating Action: Moody's affirms Aptiv's rating at Baa2, outlook revised to negative. Global Credit Research- 20 Dec 2017. Approximately $3.7 billion of debt obligations affected.
With its internal combustion engine and electric tech segments, Delphi Technologies PLC (NYSE: DLPH ) has its hands in the auto industry’s past and its future. The position buffers Delphi against unstable ...
Delphi Automotive’s spinoffs are doing just fine on their own. Not 10 days into its independent life, Delphi Technologies PLC (NYSE: DLPH ) earned its fifth Buy rating with expectations of reclaiming its ...
In October, self-driving car startup nuTonomy Inc. found a new corporate home when Delphi Automotive bought it for up to $450 million. Soon, Boston-based nuTonomy will park itself inside a new physical home as well when it moves into a "technology center" its new parent company is outfitting in the Seaport District. It plans to move those employees into the new office when it opens, probably in the second quarter of 2018, and the rest of the space will eventually be filled with employees from other divisions of nuTonomy's parent company, Aptiv PLC (APTV).
San Francisco vision tech startup Ouster is selling its 64-laser sensor for self-driving cars for $12,000, a fraction of what the current top-end model costs. Ouster says its devices is also smaller, lighter and more efficient, but has resolution as good as anything on the market.
Delphi Automotive has completed its breakup, with larger spin-out Aptiv focusing on high-tech electronics and software for autonomous vehicles, giving Wall Street a pure-play investment for self-driving car technology.
Startup nuTonomy Inc. has become the first company to give members of the general public in Boston rides in self-driving cars as part of a previously announced partnership with Lyft. As of Tuesday, some Lyft users hailing rides in the Seaport District were being matched with one of the cars that nuTonomy has outfitted with its autonomous driving system. In an interview Wednesday morning, nuTonomy CEO Karl Iagnemma said the company provided "a handful of rides" during the test's first day on Tuesday.