BOSCHLTD.BO - Bosch Limited

BSE - BSE Real-time price. Currency in INR
13,408.35
-148.95 (-1.10%)
At close: 3:29PM IST
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Previous close13,557.30
Open13,701.00
Bid13,300.00 x 0
Ask13,400.00 x 0
Day's range13,206.00 - 13,701.00
52-week range12,698.80 - 22,400.00
Volume453
Avg. volume1,119
Market cap399.405B
Beta (3Y monthly)0.76
PE ratio (TTM)27.95
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield105.00 (0.77%)
Ex-dividend date2019-08-14
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Bosch's Indian unit begins restructuring as auto sector slowdown bites

    India-listed manufacturer Bosch Ltd said on Tuesday it had begun restructuring parts of its business in light of a deepening slowdown in the country's automotive industry, as the German car parts supplier posted a drop in June-quarter profit. Bosch, the latest firm to flag weak conditions in the Indian auto market, said its automotive sales dived 17.5% in the June quarter. The outlook for the auto industry was "extremely" challenging, Managing Director Soumitra Bhattacharya said in a statement.

  • Prosecutors fine Bosch 90 million euros for emissions cheating role
    Reuters

    Prosecutors fine Bosch 90 million euros for emissions cheating role

    Automotive supplier Bosch has agreed to pay a 90 million euros ($100.21 million) fine for lapses in supervisory duties which enabled carmakers to engage in emissions cheating, German prosecutors in the city of Stuttgart said on Friday. The auto industry's diesel emissions cheating scandal, where carmakers used engine management control software to throttle back real-world pollution levels during tests, was made possible with the help of Bosch technology, prosecutors said. Privately-held Bosch, the world's biggest automotive supplier, delivered around 17 million technical devices equipped with engine management software, prosecutors said in a statement.

  • Reuters

    Bosch signs pact with Sweden's Powercell to mass produce fuel cells

    German auto supplier Bosch on Monday said it had reached a licensing agreement with Powercell Sweden AB to jointly mass produce hydrogen fuel cells for electrifying heavy-duty commercial vehicles. European Union rules call for trucks to cut carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 15 percent by 2025, and 30 percent by 2030 which will force the industry to adopt hybrid and electric powertrains. Hydrogen fuel cells take less time to refuel than electric car batteries, making them more suitable for use in vehicles that need to stay on the road for prolonged periods of time.

  • Reuters

    Bosch buys out Daimler's stake in electric motor joint venture

    German auto supplier Robert Bosch [ROBG.UL] said on Thursday it had bought out partner Daimler's stake in EM-Motive GmbH, a joint venture set up to make motors for electric and hybrid cars. The factory in Hildesheim, Germany will be expanded to meet growing demand for electric and hybrid vehicles as regulators crack down on emissions from combustion-engined vehicles. Bosch anticipates that about 20 percent of all cars will be either hybrid or electric vehicles by 2020.

  • Germany's Bosch to pay $131 million to settle U.S. diesel emissions claims
    Reuters

    Germany's Bosch to pay $131 million to settle U.S. diesel emissions claims

    German auto supplier Robert Bosch GmbH [ROBG.UL] will pay around $131 million (£103 million) to settle claims from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV U.S. diesel owners and resolve all investigations by 47 U.S. state attorneys general into its involvement with diesel vehicles. Bosch and its U.S. unit must pay $98.7 million to 47 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico and Guam, and $27.5 million to 104,000 Fiat Chrysler diesel owners. Bosch is also making a $5 million payment to a state attorneys general group.

  • CES 2019: Bosch develops tiny laser to put touchscreens in your wardrobe
    The Telegraph

    CES 2019: Bosch develops tiny laser to put touchscreens in your wardrobe

    A credit card-sized projector that can turn any surface into a touchscreen could be a feature of wardrobes of the future, giving users advice on what to wear that day.

  • Reuters

    Bosch bankers pitched IPO in funding review, no listing planned - sources

    Robert Bosch [ROBG.UL], the world's largest car parts maker, discussed the merits of a potential stock market floatation with investment bankers as part of a broader funding review, but has chosen to remain unlisted, people close to the matter said. Bosch managers invited several bankers to discuss capital market funding needs as the automotive supplier overhauls its business to keep pace with the car industry's shift away from combustion engines towards an electric and autonomous future. Bosch remains heavily exposed to diesel and combustion engines and shifting production towards electric motors and other components requires billions of euros in investments over a number of years, the sources said.

  • Auto supplier Bosch sees car market stagnating in 2019
    Reuters

    Auto supplier Bosch sees car market stagnating in 2019

    German auto supplier Bosch expects global car production in 2019 to languish at this year's level, the head of its core auto parts unit said on Thursday, citing a cool-down in China and lower demand for ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Airbus names finance, operations chiefs amid major overhaul

    Airbus on Wednesday named new financial and operations chiefs as part of a complete leadership overhaul as it emerges from months of internal strife caused by legal problems and delays in meeting record output goals. The European planemaker appointed Dominik Asam, finance director of German chipmaker Infineon Technologies (IOB: 0KED.IL - news) , as its next chief financial officer to replace fellow German Harald Wilhelm. Airbus is in the midst of a two-year management overhaul driven by a combination of high-level retirements and concerns over the impact of ongoing bribery investigations, which have overshadowed years of succession planning and damaged sales.

  • London's transport regulator looks to startups to help fix urban mobility
    TechCrunch

    London's transport regulator looks to startups to help fix urban mobility

    London's transport regulator, TfL has announced a partnership with Bosch for its forthcoming co-working space in Shoreditch. The aim of the collaborative project is to share data and expertise, including by tapping into London's startup ecosystem, to land on new ideas for tackling urban mobility issues -- from traffic jams to awful air quality. Transport issues are especially pressing for the city as London's population is forecast to reach a staggering 10.8 million by 2041 -- which would mean around six million additional trips being generated per day.

  • Reuters

    Bosch to compete against automakers with electric van-sharing

    German auto parts supplier Bosch is launching an electric van-sharing service in Germany, expanding its reach in rentals and pitting it against some of its customers who are also expanding into pay-per-minute mobility services. Bosch said on Tuesday it will team up with toom, part of German retailer REWE, to supply battery-driven vans which people can hire to transport bulky purchases from hardware stores. German cities are banning older diesel vehicles, hastening the switch to electric and benefiting firms like Bosch, which supplies components to electric vehicle makers.

  • Reuters

    Knorr-Bremse discloses dispute with Bosch in IPO prospectus

    German brake maker Knorr-Bremse [STELLG.UL] has disclosed a contractual dispute with Robert Bosch GmbH [ROBG.UL] ahead of a stock market flotation that could raise up to 4.2 billion euros (3.7 billion pounds). Knorr said Bosch, the privately held auto components business, accuses it of competing in truck steering systems in violation of agreements between the two companies, according to a copy of the issue prospectus seen by Reuters. Bosch therefore wishes to exit a joint venture by exercising an option to sell its 20 percent stake back to Knorr for 380 million euros.

  • Reuters

    China-backed Byton to work with Bosch on powertrains, brakes

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Automotive supplier Bosch is to team up with Chinese-funded electric vehicle startup Byton in the areas of powertrain, brake and driver assistance systems, Byton said in a statement. ...

  • What Do Analysts Think About Bosch Limited’s (NSE:BOSCHLTD) Growth?
    Simply Wall St.

    What Do Analysts Think About Bosch Limited’s (NSE:BOSCHLTD) Growth?

    In March 2018, Bosch Limited (NSE:BOSCHLTD) released its earnings update. Generally, analysts seem fairly confident, as a 21.2% increase in profits is expected in the upcoming year, relative to theRead More...

  • Bosch unveils a rugged sport e-bike computer
    Engadget

    Bosch unveils a rugged sport e-bike computer

    There's seemingly endless choice when it comes to monitoring tech you can wear

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