DAI.DE - Daimler AG

XETRA - XETRA Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
48.94
-0.91 (-1.84%)
At close: 5:35PM CET
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Previous Close49.85
Open49.25
Bid0.000 x 124500
Ask0.000 x 73800
Day's Range48.69 - 49.33
52 Week Range44.51 - 76.48
Volume3,409,173
Avg. Volume4,167,981
Market Cap52.353B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.31
PE Ratio (TTM)5.77
EPS (TTM)8.474
Earnings DateFeb 6, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield3.65 (7.46%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-04-06
1y Target Est62.70
  • Reutersyesterday

    German carmakers warn hard Brexit would be "fatal"

    German carmakers on Wednesday warned of fatal consequences if Britain left the European Union without a divorce deal, predicting job losses in Britain and Europe and urging lawmakers to redouble efforts to ensure tariff-free trade can continue. British Prime Minister Theresa May's deal to leave the EU suffered an overwhelming defeat in parliament on Tuesday, leaving the country's future in limbo and manufacturers bracing for their "worst-case scenario", a no-deal Brexit. Britain would suffer most if it lost free trade with European markets since 80 percent of vehicles assembled in the country are exported, mostly to the European Union.

  • Europe’s Car Market Falls for the First Time Since 2013, Dragged Down by the U.K.
    Bloombergyesterday

    Europe’s Car Market Falls for the First Time Since 2013, Dragged Down by the U.K.

    Passenger-car registrations dropped 0.04 percent to 15.6 million vehicles in the European Union and European Free Trade Association, according to the European Automobile Manufacturers Association. Key InsightsCarmakers battled mounting hurdles in 2018, prompting many including Daimler AG and BMW AG to cut profit targets. Concerns for a disorderly Brexit have gotten worse and economic growth is slowing in Germany, the region’s biggest market.“We are increasingly cautious on the region,” Evercore ISI analyst Arndt Ellinghorst said in a note that updated an EU 2019 auto forecast to a 1 percent decline, citing weak industrial orders in Germany and eroding EU consumer confidence.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    European car sales drop 8.7 percent in December - ACEA

    European car registrations fell 8.7 percent year-on-year in December, with sales at all major carmakers except Daimler and Jaguar Land Rover contracting as the introduction of tougher new emissions tests continued to weigh on demand. Registrations fell to 1.04 million cars in the European Union (EU) and European Free Trade Association (EFTA) countries, the Brussels-based Association of European Carmakers (ACEA) said, from 1.14 million a year earlier. The drop came after the tougher new Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP) became mandatory from the start of September, forcing some carmakers to halt deliveries of some models that had yet to be certified.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Merkel's CDU successor laments "crusades" against diesel

    German conservative leader Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer on Monday accused environmental organisations of mounting "crusades" against diesel vehicles and said that driving bans threaten hundreds of thousands of jobs.

  • Daimler CEO Designate Open to Working With Rivals to Share Costs
    Bloomberg5 days ago

    Daimler CEO Designate Open to Working With Rivals to Share Costs

    “We’re open to talk, if there are concrete topics and it’s a win-win situation,” Ola Kallenius told reporters in Las Vegas this week. Global automakers have stepped up alliances and collaboration projects in recent years, overcoming deep rivalries, to stem record investments in electric and self-driving cars as well as new digital services like ride-hailing. Daimler, maker of the world’s bestselling luxury-car brand Mercedes-Benz, is currently merging its car-sharing offerings with German peer BMW AG to boost scale.

  • China's Geely Denies Report It Cut Daimler Stake
    Bloomberg6 days ago

    China's Geely Denies Report It Cut Daimler Stake

    Geely, in a statement on its website, said that as a long-term investor in Daimler and its largest single shareholder, it has no plans to cut its holding in Daimler and that the holding remains unchanged. Morgan Stanley disclosed in a regulatory filing on Thursday that it had voting rights associated with about a 5.4 percent stake in Daimler. Morgan Stanley was one of the banks that helped Geely finance its original purchase of the stake in Daimler, people familiar with the matter said after it was announced last February.

  • Geely cuts its Daimler stake by more than half: Bloomberg
    Reuters7 days ago

    Geely cuts its Daimler stake by more than half: Bloomberg

    Chinese billionaire Li Shufu's Geely Group cut its 9.7 percent stake in carmaker Daimler AG by more than half, Bloomberg reported on Friday, citing people familiar with the matter. Li had taken a 9.69 ...

  • China's Geely says it has not sold Daimler shares, denies Bloomberg report
    Reuters7 days ago

    China's Geely says it has not sold Daimler shares, denies Bloomberg report

    BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's Geely Group [GEELY.UL] said it has not sold any shares in Daimler AG (DAIGn.DE), denying a Bloomberg report that the Chinese firm had slashed its 9.7 percent stake in the German carmaker by more than half. "As a long-term investor, Zhejiang Geely Holding has not sold any shares. The Daimler shareholding remains unchanged," a Hangzhou-based spokesman for Geely told Reuters on Friday.

  • China's Geely says it has not sold Daimler shares, denies Bloomberg report
    Reuters7 days ago

    China's Geely says it has not sold Daimler shares, denies Bloomberg report

    BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's Geely Group [GEELY.UL] said it has not sold any shares in Daimler AG (DAIGn.DE), denying a Bloomberg report that the Chinese firm had slashed its 9.7 percent stake in the German carmaker by more than half. "As a long-term investor, Zhejiang Geely Holding has not sold any shares. The Daimler shareholding remains unchanged," a Hangzhou-based spokesman for Geely told Reuters on Friday.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    China's Geely denies Bloomberg report, says has not sold shares in Daimler

    BEIJING/SHANGHAI, Jan 11 (Reuters) - Zhejiang Geely Holding Group said on Friday that the company has not sold any shares in German carmaker Daimler AG, denying a Bloomberg report which said the Chinese ...

  • Reuters7 days ago

    Geely cuts its Daimler stake by more than half - Bloomberg

    Jan 11 (Reuters) - Chinese billionaire Li Shufu's Geely Group cut its 9.7 percent stake in carmaker Daimler AG by more than half, Bloomberg reported https://bloom.bg/2ChAz68 on Friday, citing people familiar ...

  • Reuters7 days ago

    BRIEF-Geely Said To Cut Its 9.7 Pct Stake In Daimler By More Than Half - Bloomberg

    Jan 11 (Reuters) - * GEELY SAID TO CUT ITS 9.7 PERCENT STAKE IN DAIMLER BY MORE THAN HALF - BLOOMBERG, CITING SOURCES Source text: https://bloom.bg/2ChAz68 Further company coverage:

  • In the cab with Daimler’s level 2 semi-truck
    Engadget7 days ago

    In the cab with Daimler’s level 2 semi-truck

    When Daimler announced that its Freightliner new Cascadia would be the first class 8 truck to get level 2 driver's assistance (adaptive cruise control and lane keep assist), I was confused. It seemed insane that the vehicles that deliver our goods didn't have the same technology found in many new passenger cars. During my ride, the Freightliner's adaptive cruise control tracked the vehicle ahead of as it sped up, slowed down and stopped.

  • Reuters8 days ago

    At China port, tariff drop a salve for hard-hit traders of American cars

    TIANJIN, China/SHANGHAI, Jan 10 (Reuters) - In the Chinese port city of Tianjin, grey market traders of American-made cars, badly stung by a scything trade war and punitive tit-for-tat tariffs, are scrambling to take advantage of an opportunity they fear may prove only temporary. At a car "supermarket" near the city's busy harbour, importers told Reuters they were rushing to get "Made in America" cars through customs and revving up orders after Beijing temporarily cut tariffs on U.S. autos from Jan. 1.

  • TheStreet.com9 days ago

    Mercedes' Parent Daimler Pushing Into Autonomous Semi Trucks

    When TheStreet attended the Autonomous Vehicles conference in Detroit in August 2018, one of the more interesting topics came from a panel discussion involving the autonomous trucking industry. The world's largest semi truck manufacturer making a stronger push into autonomous driving solutions is a positive step in the right direction.

  • Reuters9 days ago

    Mercedes claims luxury car crown as analysts eye challenger Tesla

    Mercedes-Benz sold 2.31 million passenger cars last year, likely enough to make it the top-selling premium automotive brand in 2018, although some analysts are questioning how much longer German manufacturers can dominate the luxury car industry. BMW, Audi and Daimler-owned Mercedes-Benz have held sway in the market for high-performance limousines for decades, but analysts warn a shift towards electric and self-driving cars could open the door to new challengers, such as U.S. manufacturer Tesla. "The question is whether Tesla is the Apple of the auto industry and the established premium brands will become the Nokias and Blackberries," UBS analyst Patrick Hummel said, referring to Apple's successful disruption of the mobile phone market, where Nokia and Blackberry once dominated.

  • Behind the wheel of Daimler’s upcoming electric trucks
    Engadget9 days ago

    Behind the wheel of Daimler’s upcoming electric trucks

    Daimler has been very vocal that it's moving to electrify its trucks. From short- to medium-haul delivery vehicles to school buses, the company is making no bones that its future lies in EVs. At CES, the partner company of Mercedes-Benz, Fuso, along with Freightliner and Thomas Built Buses gave Engadget the opportunity to drive the Freightliner eM2 electric delivery truck on the closed track.

  • Daimler Is Selling a Truck That Can Brake, Accelerate and Steer on Its Own
    Bloomberg9 days ago

    Daimler Is Selling a Truck That Can Brake, Accelerate and Steer on Its Own

    This will coincide with the planned launch of electric-car leader Tesla Inc.’s Semi truck, which will stoke competition among diesel and battery trucks alike at a time when demand in North America is forecast to soften. The updated combustion-engine-powered Freightliner Cascadia, which also will have lane-keeping assistance, fuses information from radar and cameras to enable partially autonomous technology, Daimler said Monday at the CES in Las Vegas.

  • Daimler Is Selling a Truck That Can Brake, Accelerate and Steer on Its Own
    Bloomberg9 days ago

    Daimler Is Selling a Truck That Can Brake, Accelerate and Steer on Its Own

    This will coincide with the planned launch of electric-car leader Tesla Inc.’s Semi truck, which will stoke competition among diesel and battery trucks alike at a time when demand in North America is forecast to soften. The updated combustion-engine-powered Freightliner Cascadia, which also will have lane-keeping assistance, fuses information from radar and cameras to enable partially autonomous technology, Daimler said Monday at the CES in Las Vegas.

  • Reuters10 days ago

    PRESS DIGEST- Financial Times - Jan 8

    The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. Headlines Daimler speeds up self-driving trucking technology https://on.ft.com/2REup9O ...

  • Benzinga10 days ago

    With Latest Test, Daimler Is Just One Step Away From Fully Autonomous Semi-Trucks

    Las Vegas — Today at CES Daimler Trucks executives announced the company will invest around $570 million to bring highly automated trucks (SAE level 4) to the road within a decade.  Highly automated driving ...

  • Daimler wants self-driving trucks on the roads in ten years
    Engadget10 days ago

    Daimler wants self-driving trucks on the roads in ten years

    A vehicle that drives itself without any driver interaction but has a steering wheel and pedals so that when the human in the car is ready to take control, they can. Daimler wants to put that technology in semi trucks within the next 10 years. AT CES, Daimler trucks and buses CEO Martin Daum announced that the company would invest $570,000,000 in the research and development of level four autonomous long-haul trucks.

  • Benzinga10 days ago

    In The World Of Electric Trucks, Daimler Gets By With A Little Help From Its Friends

    Las Vegas — Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) kicked off its CES festivities on Sunday with a ride and drive event at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway and a presentation on the company's collaborative EV ...

  • Daimler to invest $573 million in autonomous trucks
    Reuters10 days ago

    Daimler to invest $573 million in autonomous trucks

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - German luxury carmaker Daimler will invest 500 million euros ($573 million) in the coming years to develop highly autonomous trucks, it said on Monday, a move that will create more ...

  • Daimler to Bring Self-Driving Rigs to the Road This Year
    Bloomberg9 days ago

    Daimler to Bring Self-Driving Rigs to the Road This Year

    Jan.08 -- Roger Nielsen, president and chief executive officer at Daimler Trucks North America, discusses the company's partially-automated heavy-duty truck which will hit the market later this year. He speaks with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power."