Mercedes-Benz Group (formerly Daimler) stock news: Mercedes-Benz Group (formerly Daimler) shows more stability on Monday |  09/12/22

Mercedes-Benz Group (formerly Daimler) stock news: Mercedes-Benz Group (formerly Daimler) shows more stability on Monday | 09/12/22


Shareholders sent a paper from Mercedes-Benz Group (ex Daimler) up. In Xetra trading at 9:28 am, the stock gained 1.8 percent to EUR 57.36. The security lags behind the DAX 40, which is listed at 13,174 points. The daily high was marked by Mercedes-Benz Group (ex Daimler) shares at EUR 57.36. The participation certificate was opened for EUR 57.00. So far, 74,240 shares of Mercedes-Benz Group (formerly Daimler) have been sold today.

At EUR 77.90, the stock hit a 52-week high on February 17, 2022. A gain of 26.37% would push the stock to a 52-week high. In the past 52 weeks, the stock’s low price was EUR 50.19. This value was reached on 07/14/2022. This puts the stock’s 52-week low 14.29 percent below the stock’s current price.

On July 27, 2022, Mercedes-Benz Group (formerly Daimler) released an overview of the books for the last quarter. In terms of EPS, EUR 2.91 per share was reported. Last year, the Mercedes-Benz Group (ex-Daimler) earned EUR 2.81 per share. In terms of sales, a reduction of -16.20 percent compared to the same period last year was reported. Recently, sales were EUR 36,440.00. In the same period of the previous year, the company had turned over EUR 43,482.00 USD.

The next key data for Q3 2022 is expected to be published on 10/26/2022. Experts expect the Q3 2023 balance sheet from Mercedes-Benz Group (ex-Daimler) to be presented on October 26, 2023.

Early on, experts estimate that the Mercedes-Benz Group (ex-Daimler) should have earnings of EUR 11.50 per share in the balance of 2022.

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