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Daimler AG (DAIGn.DE)

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Mercedes-Benz USA Says July Sales Of 24,612 Mercedes-Benz Models, A 22.9% Increase
Thursday, 1 Aug 2019 

Aug 1 (Reuters) - Mercedes-Benz USA::MERCEDES-BENZ USA - JULY SALES OF 24,612 MERCEDES-BENZ MODELS, A 22.9% INCREASE.  Full Article

Daimler: Daimler Buses Wins Contract From Transit Systems In Australia
Thursday, 1 Aug 2019 

Aug 1 (Reuters) - DAIMLER AG ::DAIMLER BUSES HAS BEEN AWARDED A CONTRACT FOR 44 EURO-VI-CHASSIS FROM TRANSIT SYSTEMS IN AUSTRALIA.  Full Article

Daimler Q2 Net Loss Of EUR 1.2 Bln
Wednesday, 24 Jul 2019 

July 24 (Reuters) - DAIMLER AG ::Q2 GROUP RESULT AT MINUS EUR 1.2 (Q2 2018: PLUS 1.8) BILLION.Q2 REVENUES 42.65 BILLION EUR VERSUS 40.76 BILLION EUR YEAR AGO.GROUP EBIT IN FINANCIAL YEAR 2019 IS EXPECTED TO BE SIGNIFICANTLY BELOW THE PREVIOUS YEAR'S LEVEL.Q2 EBIT LOSS 1.56 BILLION EUR VERSUS PROFIT 2.64 BILLION EUR YEAR AGO.EXPECTED RETURNS FOR THE YEAR 2019 FOR MERCEDES-BENZ CARS: RETURN ON SALES OF 3% TO 5%.Q2 MERCEDES-BENZ CARS RETURN ON SALES NEGATIVE 3.0%.ASSUMES THAT EBIT AND FREE CASH FLOW OF INDUSTRIAL BUSINESS WILL IMPROVE SIGNIFICANTLY BY END OF FY VERSUS H1.EXPECTATIONS FOR EARNINGS DEVELOPMENT IN THE AUTOMOTIVE BUSINESS WILL BE PARTLY NEGATIVELY IMPACTED BY MEASURES.ASSUMES THAT FREE CASH FLOW OF INDUSTRIAL BUSINESS IN 2019 FINANCIAL YEAR WILL BE SIGNIFICANTLY BELOW PREVIOUS YEAR'S LEVEL.  Full Article

Daimler AG Says Mercedes-Benz Usa Reports June Sales Of 26,196 Vehicles
Tuesday, 2 Jul 2019 

July 2 (Reuters) - Daimler AG ::SAYS MERCEDES-BENZ USA REPORTS JUNE SALES OF 26,196 VEHICLES.  Full Article

Daimler Signs MoU With Egyptian Government
Monday, 24 Jun 2019 

June 24 (Reuters) - Daimler AG ::COMPANY SIGNED A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH THE EGYPTIAN GOVERNMENT ON MONDAY TO ASSEMBLE PASSENGER CARS IN EGYPT IN COOPERATION WITH A LOCAL PARTNER.MOU ALSO CONTAINS OTHER POTENTIAL FIELDS OF COOPERATION.  Full Article

Mercedes-Benz Usa Partners With Mattel To Create Toy Car
Wednesday, 22 May 2019 

May 22 (Reuters) - :MERCEDES-BENZ USA PARTNERS WITH MATTEL TO CREATE A TOY CAR THAT CHALLENGES GENDER STEREOTYPES.  Full Article

Daimler Restructuring To Cause One-Off Costs Of Up To €700 Mln -CEO
Wednesday, 22 May 2019 

May 22 (Reuters) - Daimler CEO::RESTRUCTURING WILL CREATE ONE-OFF COST OF UP TO 700 MILLION EUROS, INCREASING RUNNING COSTS BY UP 170 MILLION EUROS PER YEAR.  Full Article

Daimler Says IPO Not On Agenda
Wednesday, 22 May 2019 

May 22 (Reuters) - Daimler AG CFO::IPO OF ANY UNIT NOT ON AGENDA AT PRESENT; THIS IS NOT BACKGROUND OF RESTRUCTURING.  Full Article

Mercedes says smart will discontinue its battery-electric smart EQ fortwo model in the U.S. and Canadian markets - Spokesman
Monday, 29 Apr 2019 

April 29 (Reuters) - :MERCEDES SAYS SMART WILL DISCONTINUE BATTERY-ELECTRIC SMART EQ FORTWO MODEL IN U.S. AND CANADIAN MARKETS AT CONCLUSION OF MY2019- SPOKESMAN.MERCEDES-BENZ SAYS WILL CARRY FORWARD ITS ELECTRIC STRATEGY IN U.S. AND CANADA WITH THE ARRIVAL OF THE NEW EQC IN 2020- SPOKESMAN.MERCEDES SAYS FACTORS INCLUDING DECLINING MICRO-CAR MARKET IN U.S. & CANADA, WITH HIGH HOMOLOGATION COSTS FOR LOW VOLUME MODEL CENTRAL TO DECISION.  Full Article

Daimler: Personnel Changes At Mercedes-Benz Cars
Monday, 29 Apr 2019 

April 29 (Reuters) - DAIMLER AG ::KATRIN ADT, CURRENTLY HEAD OF THE PRODUCT UNIT SMART, WILL, AS OF 1 JULY 2019, TAKE OVER MANAGEMENT OF THE NEWLY CREATED UNIT MERCEDES-BENZ CARS OWN RETAIL EUROPE (PASSENGER CARS AND VANS).KARL SCHREGLE, PREVIOUSLY HEAD OF SALES CONTROLLING MERCEDES-BENZ CARS, WILL, AS OF 1 MAY 2019, BECOME HEAD OF THE UNIT MERCEDES-BENZ CARS SALES EUROPE.  Full Article

Daimler faces up to 1 bln euro diesel fine - Der Spiegel

FRANKFURT, Aug 9 Prosecutors in Stuttgart, Germany are set to fine Mercedes-Benz parent Daimler between 800 million euros ($895 million) and 1 billion euros for diesel-related violations, German magazine Der Spiegel said in its online edition on Friday.