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Bay.Motoren Werke AG ST (BMWG)

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89.480 -0.700    -0.78%
29/07 - Closed. Currency in EUR ( Disclaimer )
Type: Equity
Market: Germany
ISIN: DE0005190003 
WKN: 519000

  • Prev. Close: 89.480
  • Open: 90.870
  • Day's Range: 88.580 - 91.000
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BMW ST 89.480 -0.700 -0.78%
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BMWG Overview

Prev. Close89.480
Day's Range88.580 - 91.000
Revenue83.08B
Open90.870
52 wk Range74.740 - 123.750
EPS8.92
Volume2,247,493
Market Cap57.73B
Dividend (Yield)2.9 (3.24%)
Average Vol. (3m)1,779,143
P/E Ratio10.04
Beta1.29
1-Year Return-2.24%
Shares Outstanding656,494,740
Next Earnings DateAug 04, 2015

Bay.Motoren Werke AG ST Quotes

Exchange Last Bid Ask Volume Change % Currency Time
  Real-time CFD 89.480 - - - -0.78% EUR 29/07  
  BATS Europe 89.470 0.000 0.000 109,747 -0.64% EUR 29/07  
  Frankfurt 89.480 89.460 89.490 2,247,493 -0.78% EUR 29/07  
  London 89.4800 0.0000 0.0000 73,848 -0.37% EUR 29/07  
  Milan 91.40 0.00 0.00 6,912 +1.56% EUR 29/07  
  Switzerland 88.90 88.15 91.10 103 -2.04% EUR 29/07  

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Latest BMWG Comments

Alexander Savov
Alexander Savov Jul 28, 2015 05:32PM GMT
Today 28,07.2015 we finished with +1,23%.What is going on?
Gautam Sab
Gautam Sab Jul 29, 2015 07:45AM GMT
Volswagen results are out, They still make massive profits, but growth outlook is not very exciting.. FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) -- Automaker Volkswagen AG says profits slipped by 16 percent in the second quarter.. . The bottom line was hit by 180 million euros ($198 million) in restructuring costs at its MAN truck division. The company also faces headwinds from troubled economies in China, Russia and Brazil.. . Profit after tax fell to 2.73 billion euros from 3.25 billion euros in the prior-year quarter. Revenues rose 9.9 percent to 56.04 billion euros, largely boosted by favorable exchange rate changes.. . Volkswagen said Wednesday that earnings from joint ventures with Chinese auto makers were roughly flat over the first half of the year.. . CEO Martin Winterkorn said "Volkswagen remains very well positioned in an increasingly difficult market environment" and was keeping a "close watch" on global economic trends..
Alexander Savov
Alexander Savov Jul 29, 2015 05:16PM GMT
So the large investors were absolutely right when they started massive selling 2 weeks ago.

Alexander Savov
Alexander Savov Jul 23, 2015 05:57PM GMT
15 red days from the last 20 :) yeah baby the best choice.
Gautam Sab
Gautam Sab Jul 27, 2015 09:44AM GMT
VW will announce its results this week. VW spokesman said it on July 25th that they had no plan to cut production in China. Thats the only bright spot i find.
Alexander Savov
Alexander Savov Jul 27, 2015 06:44PM GMT
There are speculations that due to the Chinese market VW will not even pay dividents this year so things look really pessimistic.I think that the results will not be that devastating as expected but anyway this will not change anything.Investors are bearish on VW and BMW so nothing can be done.Especially BMW is not able to change the downtrend from the previous 4 months and I cannot see where it will stop.If u draw a straight line in lows you well see it is stable and skewed,and doesn`t lose of its trajectory despite digging to new lows every week.It could reach 40 for a year and a half if we are in a market melt down and then reach 240 for 5 years.As for VW don`t forget that this became the most expensive company on the planet for one day back in 2008 doubling its value in no time :) So you never know.
Alexander Savov
Alexander Savov Jul 27, 2015 06:48PM GMT
Expensive cars are losing their appeal in the far East consumers are oriented to Hyundai Toyota,Chinese brands etc.I think this is a global tendency so BMW will have to offer smth to put them ahead of the pack again.They are working on that with new materials and concepts but are still far from the practical realization of that goal
Alexander Savov
Alexander Savov Jul 27, 2015 07:02PM GMT
German companies cannot win the battle with local brands and South Korean automakers in this region.After the consumers were enjoying their increased wealth status and were showing off with shiny German toys now they have passed this period and have become more mature and practical.So VW is doomed with its German based manufacturing where they pay a lot for salaries and social benefits so it is natural to lose the Chinese market.The good thing about them is they have SAIC,Skoda and Seat,which are suitable and competitive for this segment.But BMW has been left in a very uncomfortable situation not having to offer much with its SUV segment,Mini (?) and Rolls Royce.
Gautam Sab
Gautam Sab Jul 28, 2015 12:32PM GMT
well, we will see earnings results and Guidance. I think china slow down fear are overdone. euro is still cheap and QE is still on. i still believe that VW and BMW may rally again. one other reason is DAX. If there is overall sell off, car companies are bound to dive down.

Alexander Savov
Alexander Savov Jul 15, 2015 04:10PM GMT
This com is a joke-14 days 11 red.DAX being 6% up for the last week BMW 2% down.Fiasco.
Alexander Savov
Alexander Savov Jul 15, 2015 04:13PM GMT
Among top 5 losers for 6-th day in a row.Top loser 2 days of the last 5.????????????????????
Gautam Sab
Gautam Sab Jul 16, 2015 09:57AM GMT
its catching up today. Today i took the first long position. i hope to see 105 to 110 in August timeframe. By the way, both VW and BMW are being traded very weirdly. but both of them should go up, as they are lagging behind. but who knows
Alexander Savov
Alexander Savov Jul 16, 2015 07:10PM GMT
It is not weird.BMW and VW depend a lot on the Chinese market.VW has some joint venture with SAIC and BMW had also a large increase on its Chinese sales during the past years.So this news for dramatic decrease of sales in China is like a cold shower for both companies.But anyway I think both will compensate with a significant growth in other markets like the EU and US,Latin American market and especially Brazil and Argentina are not in their best state too,but last quarter both companies had a significant increase of sales (about 10%) from a year ago.I don`t know what to expect-the big sell off from last days tells me big investors are leaving the companies and this in 90% means they will be right.But on the other hand we still have the QE,cheap euro which is especially beneficiary for VW.BMW is a SUV manufacturer that has not released hot new models for a while,they have the huge debts for new technologies and materials researches so my forecast is that VW has more chance to grow
Alexander Savov
Alexander Savov Jul 16, 2015 07:14PM GMT
till the end of the year while BMW will need more time,maybe till March when we see the impact of the new 7 series sales.I don`t know we will see,but 2% + still doesn`t mean anything.Anyway u did wise to enter at this stage with BMW shares 90 euro is a good price to buy especially if u have the nerve to wait for 9-10 months.
Gautam Sab
Gautam Sab Jul 17, 2015 07:21AM GMT
Thanks for your useful comments about declining Chinese sales. It makes sense. But if i compare VW, BMW with its peers. they have more tendency to go up. Also , the y need to break up 1 day chart trend.
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