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DAIMLER AG ORD (NASDAQOTH: DDAIF)

83.45 0.59 (0.71%)

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DDAIF $83.45 0.71%
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Today's Open $83.34
Previous Close $82.86
Daily Range $83.24 - $83.95
52-Week Range $68.30 - $97.95
Market Cap $89.3B
P/E Ratio 14.82
Dividend (Yield) $0.00 (0.0%)
Volume 30,735
Average Daily Volume 42,343
Current FY EPS $8.36

Sector

Consumer Discretionary

Industry

Automobiles

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News & Commentary

What Will China's Anti-Monopoly Probes Mean for Chrysler, Audi, and Others?

Why did China just launch anti-monopoly probes into Chrysler, Audi, Mercedes-Benz, and other foreign automakers?

This Company Is Crushing Google's Self-Driving Car

Google's prototype is cute, but this big automaker isn't messing around.

Nissan’s Infiniti Gets Into the Act in the Booming U.S. Luxury Car Market

With new models and a completely new game plan, Nissan’s Infiniti has decided to take on the likes of Mercedes, BMW, and Lexus in the U.S.

How "Consumer Reports" Praised Buick and Still Dissed GM

"Consumer Reports" loved the new Buick Regal. Here's why that's a mixed blessing.

Why Mercedes-Benz Will Build a Million-Dollar Sedan

Rolls-Royce too cheap for you? Mercedes may have your car.

Can Lexus Successfully Navigate the Competitive Luxury Market?

While other luxury car brands introduce entry level models, will Lexus gain from taking the road less traveled?

Is Ford's Lincoln Overthrowing General Motors' Cadillac?

While Cadillac still outsells Lincoln in terms of units, its sales growth is declining while Lincoln's is accelerating.

General Motors Company: What's Wrong With Cadillac

While other luxury automakers race toward exciting sales gains, Cadillac has lost ground in 2014.

Why BMW's $1 Billion Investment in Mexico Is Another Sign of Strength

And why luxury auto manufacturers are pouring into Mexico.

Can Former Infiniti Boss Johan de Nysschen Save Cadillac?

GM just hired Johan de Nysschen, the former head of Nissan’s Infiniti, to save its dying Cadillac brand. Can de Nysschen succeed where others have failed?

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