in the last week Maximilian Weber took a closer look at the state of things at BMW. Here his conclusion:
The booth! BMW has already launched several models with pure e-drive on the market and is thus ideally equipped for the future of electromobility.
The development! Everybody has been talking about e-mobility for a year now, so that BMW has its finger on the pulse of the times with its models. However, the dividend yield of around 5.59% is also very respectable and has been rising steadily for 8 years. Nevertheless, there is reason to be cautious, as the many uncertainties surrounding BMW shares led to a downward trend in 2018 that is still active. Sustainable counter-movements will be very difficult for the share.
The view! If BMW increases its dividend again in 2019, the share could continue to pay off.
What news will the next weeks bring? We will keep you up to date.
A review by Jennifer Diabaté.
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