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BMW (NASDAQOTH: BAMXF)

77.04 1.35 (1.78%)

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BAMXF $77.04 1.78%
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Today's Open $77.40
Previous Close $75.69
Daily Range $77.04 - $78.28
52-Week Range $75.69 - $130.45
Market Cap $46.4B
P/E Ratio 0.00
Dividend (Yield) $0.00 (0.0%)
Volume 1,032
Average Daily Volume 3,291
Current FY EPS $10.35

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Consumer Discretionary

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Car

BMW (BAMXF) Description

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Ford and General Motors' Formidable New Driverless Competitor

Baidu has announced entry into the driverless car market. Will China's more relaxed regulatory structure help it leave Ford, GM, and even Google in the dust?

Why General Motors Thinks U.S. Auto Sales Haven't Peaked

U.S. auto sales hit record levels last year. GM's chief financial officer argues that 2015 wasn't a peak, but rather the beginning of a "plateau", with a few more years of good sales yet to come. Here's his case.

Can You Guess 2015's Top-Selling Large Luxury Car in 2015 in the U.S.?

It's not a Mercedes, BMW, Audi, or a Porsche. And it will shock you. Read on:

Why BMW Shares Fell 19% in January

Shares of the German luxury-car giant got caught in a broad selloff of auto stocks in January. But is BMW now a bargain, or is it cheap for a reason?

Will General Motors' Big Driverless Gamble Pay Off?

GM just made a half-billion dollar investment in driverless taxis. Ford may soon follow suit. Is this a game-changer, or a pie-in-the-sky bet?

Mobileye NV's Opportunities and Obstacles in 5 Slides

Mobileye is pursuing some hot automotive trends, but it's still unclear if the company's strategy will payoff.

Why the New 2018 Lexus LC 500 Is a Big Deal for Toyota

It's a $100,000 luxury sports coupe that will probably sell in tiny numbers. But its importance to Lexus and parent Toyota goes way beyond sales numbers, officials say.

CES Wrap-up: Apple Inc. and Autos Impressed the Crowd in 2016

Even though the Cupertino giant never attends the trade show, its presence was felt everywhere. Also, the automotive sector was hot as the industry continues to move into the age of self-driving cars.

Baidu Inc. Takes Another Step Beyond Search With Autonomous Car

Baidu plans to have self-driving cars on the road in the next few years.

What Does 2016 Hold for Driverless Cars?

2016 could turn out to be the year that self-driving cars start to be much more than an intriguing idea.

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