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Daimler AG (DAI.DE)

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Previous close68.29
Bid0.00 x 124500
Ask0.00 x 73800
Day's range67.89 - 68.77
52-week range50.83 - 73.23
Avg. volume3,731,639
Market cap73.18B
PE ratio (TTM)7.41
EPS (TTM)9.23
Earnings date26 Jul 2017
Dividend & yield3.47 (4.94%)
Ex-dividend date2017-03-30
1y target est75.59
  • Reuters - UK Focus13 hours ago

    Motor racing-Hamilton puzzled by 'odd weekend' in Sochi

    Lewis Hamilton was left puzzling a 'very odd weekend' after struggling to fourth place in Sunday's Russian Grand Prix while Mercedes (Xetra: 710000 - news) team mate Valtteri Bottas celebrated his first Formula One victory. "I can't explain it right now," the Briton, still second in the world championship but now 13 points behind Ferrari (Xetra: 30092157.DE - news) 's Sebastian Vettel, told reporters. Hamilton arrived in Sochi as a two-times winner at the Olympic Park street circuit, a track where only his Mercedes team had won since the first race there in 2014, but he struggled to find his rhythm.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    Motor racing-Just one of those weekends, says Hamilton

    Lewis Hamilton shrugged off a disappointing Russian Grand Prix qualifying on Saturday (Shenzhen: 002291.SZ - news) , with Ferrari (Xetra: 30092157.DE - news) sweeping the front row for the first time in nearly nine years, as "just one of those weekends". The triple Formula One world champion will line up in fourth place for Mercedes (Xetra: 710000 - news) , with team mate Valtteri Bottas third and behind the pole-sitting championship leader Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen. "It's not every weekend that goes perfectly smoothly," said Hamilton, the winner in China who has a hard road ahead of him on Sunday to prevent Vettel increasing his seven-point advantage.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Apple, Tesla ask California to change its proposed policies on self-driving car testing

    Apple Inc has asked the state of California to make changes in its proposed policies on self-driving cars, the latest sign the technology giant is pursuing driverless car technology. California said on Tuesday it would review comments before deciding whether to make changes to the policy that aims to allow companies to test vehicles without traditional steering wheels and controls or human back-up drivers.