Bayerische Motoren Werke AG (BMW)
Bayerische Motoren Werke AG engages in the manufacture and sale of automobiles and motorcycles. It operates through the following segments: Automotive, Motorcycles and Financial Services. The Automotive segment develops, manufactures, assembles, and sells cars and off-road vehicles, under the following brands: BMW, MINI and Rolls-Royce, as well as spare parts and accessories. The Motorcycles segment develops, produces, assembles, and markets BMW and Husqvarna brand motorcycles, as well as spare parts and accessories. The Financial Services segment includes car leasing, fleet business, retail customer and dealer financing, customer deposit business, and insurance activities. The company was founded on March 6, 1916 and is headquartered in Munich, Germany.
|Market Price at 19-01-2018
|Price to Earnings Ratio
||62.215,17 € (million)
|Return on Equity (ROE)
Blog posts that reference Bayerische Motoren Werke AG:
Monday, July 31, 2017
• Cautious Fed, positive earnings aid Dow Jones, but other benchmark indices end flat.
• European markets end mixed amid currency headwinds.
• Profit taking drags down financial markets in Australia - Japan; India, China march higher.
Thursday, May 15, 2014
King of cheap SUV’s, Great Wall’s (HKE:2333) track record is impressive. In 2013 Great Wall’s strategic direction changed. Chairman Wei Jianjun announced the company’s ambition to take on major foreign brands. He went so far as saying that one day Great Wall would outsell Jeep.
In January 2014, almost immediately after launch, Great Wall delayed the H8’s release for three months due to eight technical issues.
Great Wall themselves admit the company’s weakness in developing high-end products and in technical management. On 6 May the H8 was delayed again, indefinitely. Since January its share price has fallen 40 per cent.
As the King of cheap SUV’s, Great Wall is an impressive business. How it tackles the challenge of moving into a prestige market, and what percentage of its business will be dedicated to the prestige market, will ultimately determine its future.
Tuesday, July 23, 2013
Debt costs money and requires ongoing servicing. If a business doesn’t generate enough cash flow from its operations to service the interest bill, trouble may be on the horizon. In dire situations companies have two choices: sell assets to pay down debt, or raise capital from shareholders to satisfy creditors. As a shareholder, neither of these options are desirable.
Wednesday, July 03, 2013
The July 2013 edition of Money magazine is now available. Flick over to page 85 for Skaffold’s comparison of two well-known global car manufacturers. One is an established prestige brand, and the other an emerging player in the Australian market. Which company looks good under the hood?
Monday, July 01, 2013
Debt can be a drag on a business and its profitability. To illustrate we compared two well-known car manufacturers. One is an established prestige European brand and the other an emerging player in the Australian market.
Over the past 10 years BMW’s share price has risen from €29.70 to €72.38, or 9.3 per cent pa. Over the same period Great Wall’s share price has risen almost 28 per cent pa, from $HK3.41 to $HK34.70
In the long run, price tends to follow value, and value is driven by business performance.
Thursday, February 28, 2013
Skaffold Global is expanding. On Tuesday 5 March we’re adding around 250 stocks listed across exchanges in Europe, London and Switzerland. From Tuesday Skaffold Global will include every ASX-listed stock, plus some of the largest stocks listed on the NYSE, Nasdaq, Hong Kong, Canada, Singapore, European, London and Switzerland stock exchanges.
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
With so many Aussie companies releasing their results recently, it’s easy to forget that many other stock exchanges around the world are also in the middle of reporting season.
Fortunately with Skaffold Global it’s easy to stay on top of some of the world’s largest companies, listed on exchanges spanning Asia, the United States and Europe.