VLKAY - Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft

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40.10
+0.60 (+1.52%)
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Avg. Volume165,471
Market Cap98.417B
Beta1.65
PE Ratio (TTM)12.24
EPS (TTM)3.28
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.42 (1.08%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-05-10
1y Target Est27.03
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  • VW halts European van deliveries amid diesel emissions 'uncertainties'
    Autoblog3 days ago

    VW halts European van deliveries amid diesel emissions 'uncertainties'

    Echo of 'dieselgate' comes after magazine reports on the latest problem.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    VW says halts multivan deliveries amid emissions 'uncertainties'

    Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) said on Friday it had stopped delivering the T6 multivan to dealers after detecting that the diesel model emitted excessive nitrogen oxide levels and had reported the findings to Germany's automotive watchdog (KBA). Earlier on Friday German magazine Der Spiegel, without identifying the source of its information, reported that VW tests had shown that T6 toxic nitrogen oxide emissions in part significantly exceeded legal limits as VW had set an emissions-related so-called "adjustment factor" too low when seeking KBA approval for the model. "VW commercial vehicles is looking into signs that certain technical data... cannot be fully confirmed" by reviews of the T6 model's actual and planned emission levels, a spokesman for VW's van division said.

  • The Wall Street Journal3 days ago

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  • TheStreet.com4 days ago

    Volkswagen Exec Gets 7 Years in Jail for Diesel Scandal

    Volkswagen ex-manager Oliver Schmidt gets the maximum penalty he could receive under a plea deal for his role in a 2015 emissions scandal.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Volkswagen executive gets seven years for U.S. emissions fraud

    A U.S.-based Volkswagen AG executive who oversaw emissions issues was sentenced to seven years in prison and fined $400,000 by a judge on Wednesday for his role in a diesel emissions scandal that has cost the German automaker as much as $30 billion. The prison sentence and fine for the executive, Oliver Schmidt, were the maximum possible under a plea deal in August the German national made with prosecutors after admitting to charges of conspiring to mislead U.S regulators and violate clean-air laws. "It is my opinion that you are a key conspirator in this scheme to defraud the United States," U.S. District Judge Sean Cox of Detroit told Schmidt in court.

  • The Wall Street Journal4 days ago

    [$$] Volkswagen Manager Sentenced to Prison Term in Emissions-Fraud Case

    A Volkswagen manager was sentenced to seven years imprisonment and will pay a $400,000 fine for participating in the German auto giant’s emissions fraud.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    VW executive gets seven years for U.S. emissions fraud

    A U.S.-based Volkswagen AG (VOWG_p.DE) executive who oversaw emissions issues was sentenced to seven years in prison and fined $400,000 by a judge on Wednesday for his role in a diesel emissions scandal that has cost the German automaker as much as $30 billion. The prison sentence and fine for the executive, Oliver Schmidt, were the maximum possible under a plea deal in August the German national made with prosecutors after admitting to charges of conspiring to mislead U.S regulators and violate clean-air laws. "It is my opinion that you are a key conspirator in this scheme to defraud the United States," U.S. District Judge Sean Cox of Detroit told Schmidt in court.

  • Judge sends VW manager to prison for 7 years in diesel scam
    Associated Press4 days ago

    Judge sends VW manager to prison for 7 years in diesel scam

    DETROIT (AP) — A judge on Wednesday sentenced a Volkswagen senior manager to seven years in prison for covering up a scheme to evade pollution limits on U.S. diesel vehicles, calling it an astonishing fraud on American consumers.

  • Forbes4 days ago

    VW Executive Oliver Schmidt Sentenced To 7 Years For Dieselgate

    Schmidt has been sentenced to a maximum of seven years in prison for his part in the diesel engine scandal that has cost the German automaker in excess of $15 million.

  • VW executive sentenced to 7 years for U.S. diesel emissions fraud
    Autoblog4 days ago

    VW executive sentenced to 7 years for U.S. diesel emissions fraud

    Oliver Schmidt gets prison, must pay fine in dieselgate scandal

  • VW Executive Sentenced to 7 Years in Prison for Diesel Role
    Bloomberg4 days ago

    VW Executive Sentenced to 7 Years in Prison for Diesel Role

    A Volkswagen AG compliance executive who pleaded guilty in the U.S. for his role in the company’s $30 billion emissions cheating scandal was sentenced to 7 years in prison.

  • The Latest: VW senior manager gets 7 years in US prison
    Associated Press4 days ago

    The Latest: VW senior manager gets 7 years in US prison

    DETROIT (AP) — The Latest on the sentencing of Volkswagen senior manager Oliver Schmidt in the company's diesel emissions scandal (all times local):

  • Reuters5 days ago

    Volkswagen executive faces sentencing in U.S. emissions fraud case

    Volkswagen AG executive Oliver Schmidt will be sentenced in federal court in Detroit on Wednesday for his part in a diesel emissions scandal that has cost the German automaker as much as $30 billion (£22.5 billion). Under a plea agreement, Schmidt, a German national, will face up to seven years in prison and a fine between $40,000 and $400,000 after admitting to conspiring to mislead U.S regulators and violating clean-air laws. In a sentencing memorandum submitted to U.S. District Judge Sean Cox, U.S. prosecutors argued Schmidt should be sentenced to the full seven years in prison.

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  • VW senior manager faces prison for US emissions scandal
    Associated Press5 days ago

    VW senior manager faces prison for US emissions scandal

    DETROIT (AP) — Lawyers for a Volkswagen senior manager say his U.S. prison sentence shouldn't exceed 40 months for his role in the automaker's diesel emissions scandal.

  • Forbes5 days ago

    VW Passes Renault For First Place In Europe's Electric Car Sales Race Of The Minnows

    The good news for VW is that it overtook Renault in October to become the top-selling battery electric vehicle maker in Western Europe for the first time, according to a report. The not so good news is that it only took 2,193 sales to win top spot.

  • Volkswagen to Start Ride-Hailing Services Via Electric Buses
    Zacks6 days ago

    Volkswagen to Start Ride-Hailing Services Via Electric Buses

    With an aim to get rid of one million cars from the cities of Europe and the United States by 2025, Volkswagen's (VLKAY) MOIA to launch electric minibus for ride-pooling services, next year.

  • Volkswagen thinks its ride-sharing electric minibus will take 1 million cars off the road
    Quartz6 days ago

    Volkswagen thinks its ride-sharing electric minibus will take 1 million cars off the road

    The world’s largest automaker is getting into the ride-sharing business as it prepares for a world with fewer cars. Volkwagen’s Moia brand unveiled on Monday (Dec. 4) a much-anticipated vehicle for its first ride-hailing service. The vehicle is a six-seater, all-electric minibus with a 300 kilometer (186 mile) range and USB ports, reading lights, and…

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    Bloomberg6 days ago

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  • VW takes on Uber and Lyft with ride-pooling EV minibus
    Autoblog7 days ago

    VW takes on Uber and Lyft with ride-pooling EV minibus

    "We will return the cities to the people."

  • VW aims at ride-pooling market with all-electric minibus
    Reuters7 days ago

    VW aims at ride-pooling market with all-electric minibus

    Volkswagen has unveiled an all-electric minibus to target urban customers who prefer to pay for use rather than own a vehicle, furthering the German company's push into new forms of online-controlled personal transport services. Volkswagen's (VW) new MOIA "mobility services" division on Monday announced plans for a fully electric international ride-pooling service that aims to remove 1 million cars from European and U.S. cities by 2025. MOIA will next year launch 200 of the six-seater buses in Hamburg, Germany's second most-populous city, offering passengers fast internet access and USB ports to charge phones and tablet computers, MOIA Chief Executive Ole Harms said at a technology conference.

  • VW aims at ride-pooling market with all-electric minibus
    Reuters7 days ago

    VW aims at ride-pooling market with all-electric minibus

    Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) has unveiled an all-electric minibus to target urban customers who prefer to pay for use rather than own a vehicle, furthering the German company's push into new forms of online-controlled personal transport services. Volkswagen's (VW) new MOIA "mobility services" division on Monday announced plans for a fully electric international ride-pooling service that aims to remove 1 million cars from European and U.S. cities by 2025. MOIA will next year launch 200 of the six-seater buses in Hamburg, Germany's second most-populous city, offering passengers fast internet access and USB ports to charge phones and tablet computers, MOIA Chief Executive Ole Harms said at a technology conference.

  • Electric Trucks Gear Up to be Next Big Thing in Auto Space (revised)
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  • VW exec jailed for 7 years over dieselgate
    Reuters Videos4 days ago

    VW exec jailed for 7 years over dieselgate

    A U.S.-based Volkswagen AG executive who oversaw emissions issues has been sentenced to seven years in prison and fined $400,000 for his role in a diesel emissions scandal that has cost the German automaker as much as $30 billion. Ciara Lee reports