BMW.DE - Bayerische Motoren Werke Aktiengesellschaft

XETRA - XETRA Delayed price. Currency in EUR
85.95
-0.23 (-0.27%)
At close: 5:35PM CET
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Previous close86.18
Open85.87
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range85.32 - 85.97
52-week range77.07 - 91.76
Volume2,584,282
Avg. volume1,414,203
Market cap55.79B
BetaN/A
PE ratio (TTM)7.45
EPS (TTM)11.53
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est92.97
  • Bloomberg9 hours ago

    BMW Sees 10-Fold Jump in Its Need for Battery Materials by 2025

    BMW AG’s needs for car-battery raw materials such as cobalt and lithium will surge 10-fold by the middle of the next decade, pushing the German carmaker increasingly to forge long-term deals as shortages ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus7 days ago

    BUZZ-Top of the Street: Vodafone, BMW, RWE, Grifols

    A round-up of notable broker activity this morning from Europe's top-ranked* analysts: ** Barclays remains bullish on the European telecoms, seeing positive revenue and EBITDA growth in 2018 across the ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 days ago

    Investors wean themselves off oil as electric future beckons

    LONDON, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 6 (Reuters) - European oil shares, having been for so long the dividend darlings of income funds, are losing their pulling power as investors take another look at the long term future of energy companies focused on fossil fuels. A proposal by the world's largest $1 trillion sovereign wealth fund to ditch its oil and gas shares because of the volatile oil price, has highlighted the risks of being exposed to a sector which analysts say is in long term decline.

  • German Prosecutors Look Into BMW Diesel Cheating Allegations
    Bloomberg9 days ago

    German Prosecutors Look Into BMW Diesel Cheating Allegations

    Munich prosecutors are looking into allegations BMW AG diesel cars are fitted with defeat devices to cheat on emissions levels following tests by German environmental group DUH.

  • BMW Guns for a 50% Increase in Electric Vehicle Sales Next Year
    Bloomberg11 days ago

    BMW Guns for a 50% Increase in Electric Vehicle Sales Next Year

    BMW AG is targeting another ambitious hike in plug-in hybrid and battery car sales next year to defend its position in the electric-car shift as competitors like Volkswagen AG ready their own battery lineups....

  • Luxury auto brands adopt new strategies as the old run out of gas
    Reuters15 days ago

    Luxury auto brands adopt new strategies as the old run out of gas

    Success in the United States used to come easily for German automaker BMW AG (BMWG.DE), whose sporty sedans in three sizes would be snapped up by affluent consumers. The premium auto business has now become more complicated, as illustrated by the BMW models displayed at this week's Los Angeles auto show, amid a backdrop of heavy spending by luxury auto brands on new models and technology as they make awkward leaps from a predictable past to an uncertain future. On one side of BMW's display stood a prototpye of a large X7 sport utility vehicle, a vehicle that was unthinkable in its lineup a few years ago when the top of the line was still defined as a large sedan.

  • Reuters15 days ago

    Analysis - Luxury auto brands adopt new strategies as the old run out of gas

    Success in the United States used to come easily for German automaker BMW AG, whose sporty sedans in three sizes would be snapped up by affluent consumers. The premium auto business has now become more complicated, as illustrated by the BMW models displayed at this week's Los Angeles auto show, amid a backdrop of heavy spending by luxury auto brands on new models and technology as they make awkward leaps from a predictable past to an uncertain future. On one side of BMW's display stood a prototype of a large X7 sport utility vehicle, a vehicle that was unthinkable in its lineup a few years ago when the top of the line was still defined as a large sedan.

  • Reuters16 days ago

    Motor racing-Formula E season charges up with eyes to the future

    Formula E is trying to focus on the present but looking very much to the future as the electric racing series powers up for the start of season four in Hong Kong this weekend. Nissan will replace Renault in 2018/19, when BMW also enter as an official manufacturer team, and Porsche and Mercedes are coming in for 2019/20. Formula E's chief executive Alejandro Agag rejects suggestions however that the city-based series, which currently sees drivers having to change cars mid-race, is biding its time.

  • Reuters - UK Focus16 days ago

    Automakers pledge ethical minerals sourcing for electric cars

    Leading carmakers including Volkswagen and Toyota pledged on Wednesday to uphold ethical and socially responsible standards in their purchases of minerals for an expected boom in electric vehicle production. ...

  • BMW looking for partners to develop electric small cars
    Reuters17 days ago

    BMW looking for partners to develop electric small cars

    Germany's BMW AG (BMWG.DE) is talking with other automakers "around the world" to try to find partners to lower the cost of electrifying its future Mini small cars, management board member Peter Schwarzenbauer told Reuters. "We are talking to many OEMs (manufacturers) around the world, not only in China, (about) how to electrify smaller cars," Schwarzenbauer said. BMW currently does not build Mini vehicles outside Europe.

  • Reuters17 days ago

    BMW looking for partners to develop electric small cars

    Germany's BMW AG is talking with other automakers "around the world" to try to find partners to lower the cost of electrifying its future Mini small cars, management board member Peter Schwarzenbauer told Reuters. "We are talking to many OEMs (manufacturers) around the world, not only in China, (about) how to electrify smaller cars," Schwarzenbauer said. BMW currently does not build Mini vehicles outside Europe.

  • Reuters - UK Focus19 days ago

    Shell and carmakers aim to go the distance with highway charging

    Royal Dutch Shell (LSE: 0LN9.L - news) has partnered with top carmakers to deploy ultra-fast chargers on Europe's highways, stealing a march on rivals in the race to remove one of the biggest obstacles facing the electric car sector. Shell (LSE: RDSB.L - news) 's agreement with IONITY - a joint venture between BMW (EUREX: BMWE.EX - news) , Daimler (IOB: 0NXX.IL - news) , Ford and Volkswagen (Xetra: 766400 - news) - will initially bring high-powered docks to 80 highway sites in 2019, it said in a statement. Power giants including France's Engie (LSE: 0LD0.L - news) and Germany's E.ON, as well as niche players such as U.S. start-up ChargePoint, are all building vehicle-charging networks in Europe, but Shell says the IONITY technology is key to addressing the problem of journey distances.

  • BMW Joins Race to Secure Cobalt for Electric-Vehicle Batteries
    Bloomberg21 days ago

    BMW Joins Race to Secure Cobalt for Electric-Vehicle Batteries

    With one eye on accelerating demand for electric vehicles, BMW AG said it’s talking to suppliers of cobalt and other battery materials amid fears that stocks will run short and push already inflated prices ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus23 days ago

    Exports drive UK car output higher in October

    British car production rose by an annual 3.5 percent in October as an increase in demand from abroad outweighed a decline in output for domestic buyers, an industry body said on Thursday. Factories churned out 157,056 cars last month, with exports rising 5 percent as domestic demand fell 2.9 percent, according to data from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT). "It's encouraging to see positive growth in exports this month and a slight increase in overall output," said SMMT Chief Executive Mike Hawes.

  • Reuterslast month

    Motor racing-Formula E will leave Britain if no Brexit deal, says CEO

    The London-based Formula E electric car racing series will leave Britain if Brexit goes ahead without a deal on tax and employment, Spanish chief executive Alejandro Agag said on Wednesday. Agag, who has lived in London for 15 years, said he was "very worried" by Brexit and Formula E could relocate its business to the European Union in the space of a day if necessary.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Motor racing-Formula E will leave Britain if no Brexit deal, says CEO

    The London-based Formula E electric car racing series will leave Britain if Brexit goes ahead without a deal on tax and employment, Spanish chief executive Alejandro Agag said on Wednesday. Agag, who has lived in London for 15 years, said he was "very worried" by Brexit and Formula E could relocate its business to the European Union in the space of a day if necessary. "And a lot of our contracts come from the European Union in terms of sponsorship, so if there is not a deal in terms of tax and employment, we will leave.

  • Reuterslast month

    BRIEF-Deren Electronic's unit chosen by BMW as supplier of on-board chargers for Mini Cooper e-vehicles

    Nov 15 (Reuters) - Shenzhen Deren Electronic Co Ltd * Says unit Meta System has been chosen by BMW as exclusive supplier of on-board charger for its Mini Cooper brand's electric vehicles Source text in ...

  • BMW Dumps Coal in Pledge for 100% Renewable Power
    Bloomberglast month

    BMW Dumps Coal in Pledge for 100% Renewable Power

    BMW AG ’s plan to switch exclusively to green electricity finds it tapping some unusual power sources -- including a South African biomass plant that runs on cow dung and chicken droppings.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Hydrogen could deliver one fifth of world carbon cuts by 2050 -industry group

    Increasing the use of hydrogen in power, transport, heat and industry could deliver around one fifth of the total carbon emissions cuts needed to limit global warming to safe levels by mid-century, a report by the Hydrogen Council said on Monday. To encourage industries to use hydrogen, Toyota and Air Liquide helped set up the Hydrogen Council, a global lobby launched in January this year.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    ChargePoint partners with TSG as part of European expansion

    ChargePoint, a U.S. maker and operator of electric vehicle charging stations, said on Thursday it struck a deal with petrol station service group Technical Services Group (TSG), marking the latest step in the group's European expansion efforts. Through the deal, ChargePoint hopes to draw on TSG's strong presence on the continent, where the France-based company provides maintenance services to about 32,000 petrol stations and is also active in their construction. Privately-held TSG, formerly part of Tokheim before it was sold to U.S. industrial conglomerate Dover last year, supplies equipment and services to the fuel distribution industry in Europe and Africa.

  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    BMW Continues Drive to Win Premium Car Market Race

    German luxury car maker BMW raised its full-year earnings outlook, despite stagnant revenue and a drop in earnings, as it invests in electric vehicles and self-driving car technology.

  • BMW's Profit Drops 6% on Higher R&D Spending
    Motley Foollast month

    BMW's Profit Drops 6% on Higher R&D Spending

    Expenses related to developing the tech of the future -- and new models to better compete with Mercedes-Benz -- cut into the automaker's third-quarter earnings.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    European shares pull away from 2-year high, earnings updates disappoint

    European shares pulled back from two-year highs on Tuesday as heavyweight defensive sectors dropped and some earnings reports disappointed, though oil stocks were a bright spot. The pan-European STOXX ...

  • Forbeslast month

    BMW Shares Hit After Profit Falls, Margins Lag Audi, Mercedes

    BMW has lost some of its allure among investors as its rivals Audi and Mercedes overtake it in the profit stakes. BMW reported third quarter profits fell 5.9% to 2.42 billion euros ($2.8 billion) compared with the same period of 2016.

  • Associated Presslast month

    Germany's BMW sees Q3 earnings slip on higher investments

    BERLIN (AP) — German automaker BMW AG says its third-quarter earnings were 1.8 percent lower than a year earlier as a result of increased costs for investments, research and development.

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