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DAIMLER AG ORD (NASDAQOTH: DDAIF)

67.73 0.33 (0.49%)

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DDAIF $67.73 0.49%
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Today's Open $68.25
Previous Close $67.40
Daily Range $67.86 - $68.37
52-Week Range $65.22 - $101.65
Market Cap $72.5B
P/E Ratio 12.06
Dividend (Yield) $0.00 (0.0%)
Volume 9,768
Average Daily Volume 38,077
Current FY EPS $9.01

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Consumer Discretionary

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Car

DAIMLER AG ORD (DDAIF) Description

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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:

A 22% Profit Jump for Mercedes-Benz Parent Daimler AG

Mercedes-Benz sales remain very strong around the world. That drove Daimler to a big profit gain in the fourth quarter and a record 2015.

BMW Profit Jumps on Gains in Europe

An ongoing recovery in key European markets, continued strong worldwide demand for luxury SUVs -- and a weak euro -- helped BMW to a 21% increase in third-quarter profits.

Why BMW Shares Got Clobbered Today

Auto investors are jittery in the wake of a massive scandal that has engulfed Volkswagen. BMW shares felt their wrath on Thursday.

Mercedes-Benz: We Will Challenge Tesla Motors

Mercedes' product chief confirmed that the company plans an electric car with Tesla-like range, as all three of the German luxury-car giants prepare direct competitors to Tesla's hot-selling electric luxury models.

Google Inc Taps Auto Industry Veteran to Lead Driverless Car Division

The company hires an auto industry veteran to lead its driverless car division.

3 Ways Automakers Are Revolutionizing the In-Car Experience for Consumers

Technology is changing the way we drive and use our cars. Here are some amazing current and future technologies taking it to the next level.

Why Self-Driving Cars Won't Be Here Soon

The first cars with limited self-driving features are already coming to market. But it's likely to be many years before autonomous cars are able to fully deliver on their promise of a safer, more efficient future. Here's why.

Audi CEO: Google Inc. Could Turn Driverless Cars Into Data Miners

Audi’s CEO says Google’s driverless car plans could exploit customers’ personal data.

2 Stocks to Watch in Autonomous Driving

Here are two strong companies that are well-positioned to play a big role as the self-driving future approaches.

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