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Bayerische Motoren Werke AG (BMWG_p.DE)

BMWG_p.DE on Xetra

76.25EUR
16 Feb 2018
Change (% chg)

€0.25 (+0.33%)
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€76.00
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€76.75
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€76.85
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€75.75
Volume
46,730
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66,638
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€82.95
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Bayerische Motoren Werke AG is a Germany-based automobile and motorcycle manufacturer. It divides its activities into four segments: Automobiles, Motorcycles, Financial Services and Other Entities. The Automotive segment develops, manufactures, assembles and sells cars and off-road vehicles under the brands BMW, MINI and... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.37
Market Cap(Mil.): €57,250.29
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 657.11
Dividend: 3.50
Yield (%): 3.97

Financials

  Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 16.39 17.27
EPS (TTM): -- -- --
ROI: -- 11.44 35.43
ROE: -- 13.27 17.10

German stocks - Factors to watch on February 12

FRANKFURT, Feb 12 The following are some of the factors that may move German stocks on Monday:

Feb 12 2018

BMW close to 10-year supply deal for battery minerals - FAZ

FRANKFURT, Feb 9 BMW is close to signing a 10-year supply contract for lithium and cobalt, the company's procurement chief told Germany's Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, amid an industry-wide scramble for raw materials needed for electric car batteries.

Feb 09 2018

UPDATE 4-German pay deal heralds end of wage restraint in Europe's largest economy

* Deal expected to be adopted nationally (Adds German engineering association comment)

Feb 06 2018

CORRECTED-UPDATE 2-German industrial union, employers reach pace-setting pay deal

STUTTGART, Germany, Feb 6 Industrial workers and employers in southwestern Germany struck a hard-fought deal on pay and working hours on Monday night, setting a benchmark for millions of workers across Europe's largest economy.

Feb 06 2018

UPDATE 2-German car production stalled by 24-hour strikes

* Union, employers could resume talks on Monday (Adds German Trade Union Confederation comment, updated number of workers on strike)

Feb 02 2018

RPT-UPDATE 1-Daimler, BMW move staff in response to diesel fume test scandal

MUNICH/BERLIN, Jan 31 Daimler and BMW suspended or moved employees linked to a group that commissioned exhaust tests involving monkeys and humans on Wednesday, seeking to show a firm response in the face of public anger over the tests.

Jan 31 2018

Daimler, BMW move staff in response to diesel fume test scandal

MUNICH/BERLIN Daimler and BMW suspended or moved employees linked to a group that commissioned exhaust tests involving monkeys and humans on Wednesday, seeking to show a firm response in the face of public anger over the tests.

Jan 31 2018

DriveNow deal paves way for BMW-Daimler alliance - source

FRANKFURT Germany's BMW has bought out partner Sixt from their joint venture DriveNow, paving the way for a broader car-sharing and driverless taxi alliance with Daimler to compete against the likes of Uber and Lyft.

Jan 29 2018

UPDATE 2-DriveNow deal paves way for BMW-Daimler alliance -source

* Sixt sells stake in DriveNow car-sharing to BMW for 209 mln eur

Jan 29 2018

Sixt to sell its DriveNow stake to BMW

Jan 29 German car rental company Sixt said it had agreed to sell its stake in car-sharing service DriveNow to joint venture partner BMW Group for 209 million euros ($259.1 million).

Jan 29 2018

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