VOW3.DE - Volkswagen AG

XETRA - XETRA Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
144.82
-2.32 (-1.58%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
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Previous Close147.14
Open146.26
Bid144.42 x 207000
Ask144.48 x 63200
Day's Range143.70 - 147.34
52 Week Range131.44 - 176.60
Volume1,075,828
Avg. Volume1,165,704
Market Cap72.833B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.04
PE Ratio (TTM)6.30
EPS (TTM)22.98
Earnings DateMar 14, 2016 - Mar 18, 2016
Forward Dividend & Yield4.86 (3.13%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-05-15
1y Target Est198.76
  • 2019 Volkswagen Atlas Review and Buying Guide | It's a big deal. Literally, it's huge
    Autoblog2 days ago

    2019 Volkswagen Atlas Review and Buying Guide | It's a big deal. Literally, it's huge

    If you're looking for a three-row family crossover that boasts a ton space at a reasonable price, the 2019 Volkswagen Atlas needs to be on your list. The interior is enormous, boasting enough passenger space to comfortably fit even 6-footers in all three rows. In other words, the Atlas does a great job of providing the basics for a growing family.

  • Volkswagen to bring a small crossover called Tarek to North America
    Autoblog3 days ago

    Volkswagen to bring a small crossover called Tarek to North America

    It looks like Volkswagen (inadvertently?) just announced a small crossover for the U.S. at an event in Argentina. The crossover is reportedly going to be called the Tarek — not to be confused with the Tarok Concept truck — and will sit below the Tiguan in size. This news comes to us via Autoblog Argentina (unaffiliated with Autoblog) and was pointed out here in a report from Motor1.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Trump declares some auto imports pose national security threat

    U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday declared that some imported vehicles and parts pose a national security threat but delayed a decision for as long as six months on whether to impose tariffs to allow for more time for trade talks with the European Union and Japan. The unprecedented designation of foreign vehicles imported to the United States from some of its closest allies sparked anger from automakers, dealers and foreign governments after a White House document hinted it would seek voluntary export quotas on autos from U.S. trading partners.

  • Trump delays EU, Japan auto tariffs for six months
    MarketWatch3 days ago

    Trump delays EU, Japan auto tariffs for six months

    Automobiles from the European Union and Japan won’t be hit with U.S. tariffs for at least six months after President Donald Trump decided Friday to delay levies in favor of pursuing negotiations.

  • Bentley recaps its 100 years in a $250k book
    Autoblog3 days ago

    Bentley recaps its 100 years in a $250k book

    Bentley's 100th anniversary might be remembered more for the book that celebrates the milestone more than the cars. The carmaker worked with Opus, a "luxury publisher" with the tagline "Greatness immortalized greatly," on a tome that tells the story of the last 100 years. The limited-edition result of their work weighs roughly 66.5 pounds, is filled with exclusives, can be customized like a Bentley, and can cost more than a Bentley.

  • China's Hunger for Electric Vehicles Is Driving Manufacturing
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    China's Hunger for Electric Vehicles Is Driving Manufacturing

    The report looks at how this fleet will transform transportation as China’s 421,000 electric buses join those millions of personal EVs. As the expanding electric fleet drives electricity demand up, it will also erode demand for millions of barrels of oil. BloombergNEF tracks more than $100 billion in investment between just four automakers — Volkswagen AG, Hyundai Kia Automotive Group, Chongqing Changan Automobile Co Ltd. and Daimler AG — with VW alone planning more than $50 billion.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    U.S. delay of car tariffs prevents trade escalation - Germany

    U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to delay tariffs on imported cars offers hope that a renewed escalation of the trade conflict with the European Union could be prevented for now, German Economy Minister Peter Altmaier said on Friday. "We regret that the U.S. has designated car imports as a threat to national security," Economy Minister Peter Altmaier said, reflecting German concerns that U.S. trade policies could harm the country's vital automotive sector.

  • Volkswagen Beetle says final goodbye at Mille Miglia
    Autoblog4 days ago

    Volkswagen Beetle says final goodbye at Mille Miglia

    The carmaker entered two vintage Beetles into this year's Mille Miglia, both of them reproductions of Beetles that competed in 1954 and 1956. Volkswagen reconstructed gentleman racer Paul-Ernst Strähle's 1948 Pretzel Beetle that he raced in the 1954 Mille Miglia.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    White House to announce delay on imported auto tariffs decision-sources

    The White House is set to announce on Friday that President Donald Trump will delay a decision by up to six months on whether to impose tariffs on imported cars and parts to allow for more time for trade talks with the European Union and Japan, people briefed on the matter said. Trump faces a Saturday deadline to make a decision on recommendations by the Commerce Department to protect the U.S. auto industry from imports on national security grounds. Reuters and other outlets reported earlier this week that Trump was expected to delay the decision.

  • Bentley teases new Flying Spur's 3D diamond leather upholstery
    Autoblog4 days ago

    Bentley teases new Flying Spur's 3D diamond leather upholstery

    Playing the long game before unveiling the new Flying Spur, Bentley's published the second teaser for the new "luxury grand touring sedan." The last one homed in on the retracting "Flying B hood" ornament. This one focuses on what Bentley says is "an automotive world-first," three-dimensional textured leather lining the cabin.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    DIHK: U.S. auto tariffs of 25% could cost German economy 6 bln euros a year

    If the United States imposes further tariffs of 25% on imports of cars and car parts, it could cost the German economy an extra 6 billion euros ($6.71 billion) a year, the managing director of Germany's DIHK Chambers of Commerce said on Friday. "But ultimately this would not only affect German manufacturers, but also consumers in the United States," Martin Wansleben said in a statement. U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to delay a decision on imposing tariffs on imported cars and parts by up to six months, three Trump administration officials told Reuters, avoiding opening yet another front in his global trade battles.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Nissan, Ford, VW led 0.5% April European car sales slide

    PARIS (Reuters) - European car sales fell 0.5% in April, the main regional industry group said on Friday, led by sharper monthly declines for Nissan, Ford and Volkswagen. Registrations fell to 1.345 million ...

  • 2019 Volkswagen Atlas S 2.0T Review | Back to the basics
    Autoblog4 days ago

    2019 Volkswagen Atlas S 2.0T Review | Back to the basics

    The 2019 Volkswagen Atlas S 2.0T is the bottom rung on the Atlas ladder. The cloth seats are manually operated, the steering wheel is urethane and there's only one USB port. Every other Atlas has the 3.6-liter V6 good for 276 horsepower and 266 pound-feet of torque, which is on the low end for the segment.

  • Barrons.com5 days ago

    Volkswagen Will Sell Shares of a Hidden Asset. General Motors Should Do the Same.

    Volkswagen is selling a portion of its heavy duty truck unit to outside investors. It is an attempt to unlock hidden value and improve the company’s valuation multiple. It is a good idea, one that U.S.-based auto makers should try.

  • Barrons.com5 days ago

    Volkswagen Stock Is Up Because the Trade War Won’t Make That Porsche You Wanted More Expensive

    European auto makers are trading higher because tariffs on European car imports could be delayed. There may be an announcement this weekend.

  • Trump Set to Delay Auto Tariffs Amid EU, Japan Trade Talks
    Bloomberg5 days ago

    Trump Set to Delay Auto Tariffs Amid EU, Japan Trade Talks

    Trump faces a May 18 deadline over how to proceed with his threat to slap a tariff of as much as 25% on imported cars and parts in the name of U.S. national security. GM deferred comment on the tariff decision delay to industry representatives, while Ford declined to comment and Fiat Chrysler couldn’t be immediately reached.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Trump expected to delay auto tariffs decision by up to six months: officials

    U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to delay a decision on tariffs on imported cars and parts by up to six months, three administration officials told Reuters. A formal announcement is expected by Saturday, the officials added. The administration has drafted language to formally delay a decision on the tariffs that is due by May 18.

  • 2020 Audi A4 revealed with new face, interior
    Autoblog6 days ago

    2020 Audi A4 revealed with new face, interior

    The Audi lineup is nearing its complete redesign with the newly unveiled 2020 Audi A4. The company revealed the updated luxury sedan and wagon in all its forms including regular A4, A4 Allroad and S4. The headlights are more angular on the grille side, and they receive aggressive LED daytime running lights that look like angry eyebrows.

  • China, not Tesla, is driving the electric-car revolution
    MarketWatch6 days ago

    China, not Tesla, is driving the electric-car revolution

    The electric vehicle revolution is coming, but it won’t be driven by the U.S. Instead, China will be at the forefront. The shift is already happening in China, which is the world’s largest automobile market, with 23 million cars sold in 2018. Many of them are buying electric cars.

  • Benzinga6 days ago

    Navistar Moves Higher On Volkswagen's Planned Truck IPO

    Shares of Navistar (NYSE: NAV) have moved higher for the second straight day on news that Volkswagen AG is planning to take the Traton SE truck group public. NAV has a strategic alliance with Traton (formerly Volkswagen Truck & Bus AG) to jointly collaborate on engine technology, provide the sale of engines and provide contract manufacturing. Volkswagen, through its wholly-owned Traton subsidiary, owns approximately 16.6 million shares, or 16.8 percent of NAV, according to NAV's last 10-k filing in December 2018.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    ChargePoint sounds alarm on electric vehicle charging standards

    A leading operator of charging stations has sounded the alarm on a proposed technical standard that it says could hamper mass adoption of electric vehicles by making it harder to charge them at home or at work. ChargePoint, which plans to run 2.5 million charging stations by 2025, says the standard would perpetuate an old 'gas station' model that automakers are backing as they launch mass production of battery-powered cars.

  • VW Cranks Up Electric-Car Plants to Overtake Tesla's Capacity
    Bloomberg7 days ago

    VW Cranks Up Electric-Car Plants to Overtake Tesla's Capacity

    (Bloomberg) -- In about a year, Volkswagen AG may catch up to Tesla Inc.’s capacity to make electric cars.

  • Volkswagen wins worker backing for restructuring with $1.1 billion battery plan
    Reuters7 days ago

    Volkswagen wins worker backing for restructuring with $1.1 billion battery plan

    Volkswagen workers backed a restructuring of the world's largest carmaker on Tuesday after Chief Executive Herbert Diess pledged to spend 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion) on a new battery cell production plant near its headquarters in Lower Saxony. Diess needs the support of Volkswagen's powerful unions as he attempts to slim down and simplify the German company, which has 12 brands spanning trucks, buses, motorbikes, cars and electric bicycles. VW's leadership has embraced a strategic shift towards e-mobility, which requires less manpower to produce cars, to help it shed the shadow of the diesel emissions test cheating scandal which damaged its finances and reputation.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    VW wins worker backing for restructuring with $1.1 billion battery plan

    Volkswagen workers backed a restructuring of the world's largest carmaker on Tuesday after Chief Executive Herbert Diess pledged to spend 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion) on a new battery cell production plant near its headquarters in Lower Saxony. Diess needs the support of Volkswagen's powerful unions as he attempts to slim down and simplify the German company, which has 12 brands spanning trucks, buses, motorbikes, cars and electric bicycles. VW's leadership has embraced a strategic shift towards e-mobility, which requires less manpower to produce cars, to help it shed the shadow of the diesel emissions test cheating scandal which damaged its finances and reputation.