VOW.DE - Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft

XETRA - XETRA Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
166.60
+0.20 (+0.12%)
As of 4:17PM CET. Market open.
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Previous Close166.40
Open165.00
Bid166.50 x 22300
Ask166.70 x 61000
Day's Range163.30 - 167.70
52 Week Range128.05 - 191.80
Volume60,175
Avg. Volume103,858
Market Cap83.082B
BetaN/A
PE Ratio (TTM)12.03
EPS (TTM)13.85
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est188.17
  • Prosecutors Raid Homes of Ex-Audi Executives in Expanded Probe
    Bloomberg5 hours ago

    Prosecutors Raid Homes of Ex-Audi Executives in Expanded Probe

    German prosecutors broadened a criminal investigation of Audi AG’s role in diesel-emissions cheating for a fourth time, with raids now targeting two former management-board members of the luxury-car maker....

  • Bloomberg11 hours ago

    Congress May Seek New VW Emissions-Cheating Probe

    Congress should investigate new allegations that Volkswagen AG diesel cars were sold overseas with rigged software after the company’s $14.7 billion settlement of a cheating scandal in the U.S., a Republican ...

  • Reuters23 hours ago

    Trade unions at VW's Skoda reject latest wage offer

    Trade unions at Volkswagen's (VOWG_p.DE) Czech carmaker Skoda Auto have rejected the company's latest wage increase offer, the unions said in a statement on Wednesday. In Germany, Volkswagen agreed to raise the wages of around 120,000 workers by 4.3 percent from May, resolving a dispute that prompted its first strikes since 2004. Czech media have reported that Skoda, the country's top exporter, with sales topping 1 million cars for four years in a row, offered its workers a 15 percent pay hike over the next 27 months in the latest round of talks.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Volkswagen reaches German deal on wages, leave, pensions

    Volkswagen has agreed to raise the wages of around 120,000 workers in Germany by 4.3 percent from May, resolving a dispute that had prompted its first strikes since 2004. The deal announced by Europe's largest carmaker and labour union IG Metall on Wednesday includes a 100-euro one-off payment, improvements to VW's corporate pension scheme and the right for some workers to choose more time off instead of more money. It also allows for some workers' hours to be increased temporarily to work on projects, which has been a key demand of industrial employers in recent labour negotiations as they face full order books.

  • How a German Court Case Could Accelerate Diesel's End
    Bloombergyesterday

    How a German Court Case Could Accelerate Diesel's End

    Germany’s top administrative court holds a decisive hearing Thursday as environmentalists try to force cities to ban diesel cars to cut air pollution. The ruling involving two cases will be pivotal in ...

  • The Wall Street Journalyesterday

    [$$] Volkswagen and Union Reach Wage Deal

    Volkswagen and Germany’s biggest union, IG Metall, have reached a wage agreement for 120,000 of the car maker’s workers.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    VW bid to delay first U.S. diesel emissions trial rejected

    A Virginia state court judge on Tuesday rejected a request by the U.S. unit of Volkswagen AG (VOWG_p.DE) to delay several of the company's trials over excess emissions because of "inflammatory" comments made by a lawyer representing car owners that it fears will prejudice the jury. Fairfax County Circuit Court Judge Bruce White said after a hearing that he would proceed with a Feb. 26 trial involving a North Carolina man who bought a 2014 diesel Jetta. Volkswagen said publicity from a Netflix documentary that disclosed the company had jointly sponsored tests that exposed monkeys in 2014 to toxic diesel fumes could prejudice its chances of receiving a fair trial.

  • VW bid to delay first U.S. diesel emissions trial rejected
    Reuters2 days ago

    VW bid to delay first U.S. diesel emissions trial rejected

    A Virginia state court judge on Tuesday rejected a request by the U.S. unit of Volkswagen AG (VOWG_p.DE) to delay several of the company's trials over excess emissions because of "inflammatory" comments made by a lawyer representing car owners that it fears will prejudice the jury. Fairfax County Circuit Court Judge Bruce White said after a hearing that he would proceed with a Feb. 26 trial involving a North Carolina man who bought a 2014 diesel Jetta. Volkswagen said publicity from a Netflix documentary that disclosed the company had jointly sponsored tests that exposed monkeys in 2014 to toxic diesel fumes could prejudice its chances of receiving a fair trial.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Audi CEO rejects speculation about his future

    Audi (NSUG.DE) Chief Executive Rupert Stadler has rejected suggestions he is about to be ousted and believes he has the support of parent company Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE), a German newspaper reported on Tuesday. "It is not possible to stop that speculation from coming up again and again," Stadler was quoted as telling the Handelsblatt daily, adding that he feels "very clearly" that he has the support of the leadership of Volkswagen. Audi Chairman Matthias Mueller, who is also CEO of parent company Volkswagen, appealed to workers last week to ignore a media report that Stadler was about to be removed.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Audi CEO rejects speculation about his future

    Audi Chief Executive Rupert Stadler has rejected suggestions he is about to be ousted and believes he has the support of parent company Volkswagen , a German newspaper reported on Tuesday. "It is not possible to stop that speculation from coming up again and again," Stadler was quoted as telling the Handelsblatt daily, adding that he feels "very clearly" that he has the support of the leadership of Volkswagen. Audi Chairman Matthias Mueller, who is also CEO of parent company Volkswagen, appealed to workers last week to ignore a media report that Stadler was about to be removed.

  • Will Volkswagen Build This Self-Driving Electric Sedan?
    Motley Fool3 days ago

    Will Volkswagen Build This Self-Driving Electric Sedan?

    The I.D. Vizzion is a show car with no steering wheel. Will VW build it?

  • VW's fourth I.D. concept is a fully autonomous sedan
    Autoblog3 days ago

    VW's fourth I.D. concept is a fully autonomous sedan

    It also kind of looks like a lot of other electric sedans.

  • Daimler Downplays Report on Rigged U.S. Emission-Test Software
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    Daimler Downplays Report on Rigged U.S. Emission-Test Software

    Daimler AG sought to play down a newspaper report that its own engineers questioned the legality of software used to control diesel equipment in its vehicles, saying U.S. authorities knew about the allegations ...

  • Porsche motorsport exec refutes rumors of turbo, PDK-only GT3
    Autoblog4 days ago

    Porsche motorsport exec refutes rumors of turbo, PDK-only GT3

    Next question: How long is "as long as we can"?

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Audi chairman rubbishes report that CEO Stadler to be removed

    Audi Chairman Matthias Mueller appealed to workers to ignore a media report that Chief Executive Rupert Stadler was about to be ousted, hoping to quell further unrest at the scandal-hit Volkswagen group. German tabloid Bild reported on its front page on Friday that Stadler would leave in April because of his handling of the diesel emissions affair, in which Audi played a prominent role.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Audi chairman rubbishes report that CEO Stadler to be removed

    Audi Chairman Matthias Mueller appealed to workers to ignore a media report that Chief Executive Rupert Stadler was about to be ousted, hoping to quell further unrest at the scandal-hit Volkswagen group. German tabloid Bild reported on its front page on Friday that Stadler would leave in April because of his handling of the diesel emissions affair, in which Audi played a prominent role. The report said Stadler would however be given a new role as VW group finance chief.

  • Associated Press6 days ago

    Volkswagen has record January on strong China sales

    FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — Automaker Volkswagen says it had its best January sales on record, with a 10 percent jump over a year ago thanks to rebounds in Brazil and Russia on top of a continuing strong performance in China.

  • The Wall Street Journal6 days ago

    Is It Possible to Have Too Many Cup Holders? Auto Makers Are Trying to Find Out

    Car companies are in an arms race to engineer cup holders—lots of them, bigger ones, better ones; a fake Big Gulp for inspiration.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    VW's German staff unconvinced of culture change - labour chief

    Volkswagen's (VOWG_p.DE) drive to improve accountability has made zero progress in the view of a large number of its workers in Germany, the carmaker's top labour representative said. Almost two thirds of staff see "no improvement" in Volkswagen's (VW) corporate culture almost two and a half years after the diesel emissions fraud was revealed, works council chief Bernd Osterloh said on Thursday, citing results of a labour survey of more than 51,000 workers carried out in December at German plants. The attempt by Europe's largest automaker to become more transparent and improve troubleshooting is seen by investors as a key part of VW's ability to regain trust and avoid any future scandals.

  • VW looks at Apple for electric-car design guidance
    Reuters7 days ago

    VW looks at Apple for electric-car design guidance

    Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) is looking at Apple (AAPL.O) products for guidance on how to style its new generation of electric cars, its top designer said, as the automaker aims to turn profits on battery-powered vehicles when they launch in 2020. The U.S. tech giant has brought about a design aesthetic with its iPhone and iPad that set it apart from rivals such as Samsung Electronics Co Ltd and Sony Corp and helped make it the most valuable company in the world. For Europe's biggest automaker, adopting simplicity as the guiding principle for future styling of electric vehicles (EVs) marks a departure from the era before its 2015 "dieselgate" emissions scandal, when vehicle design conveyed the German group's engineering prowess and technological ambitions.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    VW looks at Apple for electric-car design guidance

    Volkswagen is looking at Apple products for guidance on how to style its new generation of electric cars, its top designer said, as the automaker aims to turn profits on battery-powered vehicles when they launch in 2020. The U.S. tech giant has brought about a design aesthetic with its iPhone and iPad that set it apart from rivals such as Samsung Electronics Co Ltd and Sony Corp and helped make it the most valuable company in the world. For Europe's biggest automaker, adopting simplicity as the guiding principle for future styling of electric vehicles (EVs) marks a departure from the era before its 2015 "dieselgate" emissions scandal, when vehicle design conveyed the German group's engineering prowess and technological ambitions.

  • European Car Sales Start 2018 With 6.8% January Gain
    Bloomberg7 days ago

    European Car Sales Start 2018 With 6.8% January Gain

    Europe’s car market opened the year with a 6.8 percent sales upswing in January, building on the 10-year high reached in 2017 as the region’s economy expanded.

  • Volkswagen's I.D. line of electric cars to begin production from November 2019
    TechCrunch9 days ago

    Volkswagen's I.D. line of electric cars to begin production from November 2019

    Volkswagen has been showing off its I.D. line of concept electric vehicles for a couple of years now, but we won't have to wait long for them to actually enter production according to a new report. VW will enter production with the I.D., starting with the I.D. Crozz in the U.S. and the I.D. Golf-sized hatchback for the rest of the world. The I.D. and I.D. Crozz likely both have a street date of around 2020 with that production kick-off timeline, and VW has also committed to producing its I.D. Buzz all-electric microbus, with a target shipping date of 2022.

  • Reuters10 days ago

    VW Chairman sees no reason to question CEO position

    Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) Chairman Hans Dieter Poetsch said on Monday there is no reason to question the position of the carmaker's top executive. Sources close to the top management of Europe's largest automaker have told Reuters that Chief Executive Matthias Mueller was growing frustrated by a lack of support for his reform efforts and by the company's inability to draw a line under its emissions scandal. The contract of the 64-year-old Mueller, who took the reins at Volkswagen (VW) a week after the "dieselgate" scandal was revealed, will expire in 2020.

  • Volkswagen Chairman sees no reason to question CEO position
    Reuters10 days ago

    Volkswagen Chairman sees no reason to question CEO position

    Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) Chairman Hans Dieter Poetsch said on Monday there is no reason to question the position of the carmaker's top executive. Sources close to the top management of Europe's largest automaker have told Reuters that Chief Executive Matthias Mueller was growing frustrated by a lack of support for his reform efforts and by the company's inability to draw a line under its emissions scandal. The contract of the 64-year-old Mueller, who took the reins at Volkswagen (VW) a week after the "dieselgate" scandal was revealed, will expire in 2020.