VOW3.DE - Volkswagen AG

XETRA - XETRA Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
147.42
+3.00 (+2.08%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
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Previous Close144.42
Open144.66
Bid0.00 x 207000
Ask0.00 x 63200
Day's Range143.48 - 149.32
52 Week Range134.20 - 192.46
Volume2,203,530
Avg. Volume1,271,564
Market Cap73.231B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.69
PE Ratio (TTM)6.45
EPS (TTM)22.84
Earnings DateOct 30, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield3.96 (2.83%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-05-04
1y Target Est198.33
  • Lamborghini Murcielago SV reverse-engineered by a team from Iran
    Autoblog2 hours ago

    Lamborghini Murcielago SV reverse-engineered by a team from Iran

    Iranian engineers successfully made themselves a copycat Lamborghini Murcielago SV. The most interesting aspect behind the project is that they say it was created using Lamborghini's original data. Massoud Moradi, the director of the project, thinks that nobody would be able to tell the difference between this car and Lamborghini's from an appearance standpoint.

  • CNBC6 hours ago

    Audi slapped with a $930 million fine by German prosecutor for its diesel cheating scandal

    The move will affect Audi parent Volkswagen's annual earnings, the company said.

  • Reuters6 hours ago

    VW targets online sales, over-the-air updates in new contract with European dealers

    Volkswagen will overhaul its dealership and sales organisation by April 2020 to enable online sales and over-the-air software updates for its new electric cars, the German automaker said on Tuesday. "Online business will make a key contribution to the development of the new sales model and is currently being massively expanded," Volkswagen said in a statement. The new sales model will be ready in time for its electric "ID" family which will debut in 2020, the carmaker said.

  • VW targets online sales, over-the-air updates in new contract with European dealers
    Reuters6 hours ago

    VW targets online sales, over-the-air updates in new contract with European dealers

    Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) will overhaul its dealership and sales organization by April 2020 to enable online sales and over-the-air software updates for its new electric cars, the German automaker said on Tuesday. "Online business will make a key contribution to the development of the new sales model and is currently being massively expanded," Volkswagen said in a statement. The new sales model will be ready in time for its electric "ID" family which will debut in 2020, the carmaker said.

  • Volvo Trucks Slumps After Warning on Faulty Emissions Part
    Bloomberg7 hours ago

    Volvo Trucks Slumps After Warning on Faulty Emissions Part

    The news also dragged down shares in British catalyst supplier Johnson Matthey Plc by as much as 6.6 percent amid concerns it may have supplied the materials in the component. The revelation by Volvo comes against a backdrop of Volkswagen AG’s emissions scandal that erupted in 2015, when the carmaker was caught using software to circumvent pollution controls. Truckmakers like Volvo have so far escaped scrutiny, and in Volvo’s case, it says a component made by another company is to blame.

  • The Wall Street Journal8 hours ago

    Audi Settles Diesel Engine Probe for Almost $1 Billion

    on Tuesday said it has agreed to pay a fine of €800 million ($927 million) to settle a German fraud investigation related to the sale of cars with six- and eight-cylinder diesel engines that contained illegal software to manipulate emissions. Earlier this year, Volkswagen settled a similar case in Braunschweig, near its headquarters, and agreed to pay a €1 billion fine. The only outstanding fraud case in stemming from the diesel emissions scandal is still ongoing in Stuttgart, where state prosecutors are investigating the role Volkswagen’s sports car brand Porsche played in the diesel affair.

  • Reuters8 hours ago

    German carmakers have 50:50 chance of facing Detroit's fate, VW says

    German carmakers only have a 50 percent chance of surviving as leading players in the auto industry unless they transform their businesses to meet new regulations and adapt supply chains, Volkswagen's chief executive said on Tuesday. Car manufacturers have complained about new regulations, including bans on older diesel vehicles in German cities and broader EU measures to cut car emissions, saying they will hurt Europe's car industry and cost jobs. "If you look at the former bastions of the auto industry like Detroit, Oxford-Cowley or Turin, you understand what happens to cities when once-powerful corporations and leading industries falter," CEO Herbert Diess told an auto suppliers' conference in Wolfsburg, VW's manufacturing base.

  • German prosecutors fine Audi 800 million euros for diesel violations
    Reuters10 hours ago

    German prosecutors fine Audi 800 million euros for diesel violations

    German premium car brand Audi, a division of Volkswagen, said it was fined 800 million euros ($927 million) on Tuesday for violations tied to heavily polluting six- and eight-cylinder diesel engines. "Considering these special items the Audi Group will significantly undercut major financial key performance indicators forecasted for the fiscal year 2018," Audi said in a regulatory statement. Parent Volkswagen warned its earnings would also be affected.

  • The Wall Street Journal10 hours ago

    [$$] Germany Issues EUR800 Million Fine Against Audi

    German prosecutors have issued a 800 million euro fine against Audi concluding regulatory offence proceedings over the premium-car maker’s diesel cars, parent company Volkswagen said Tuesday.

  • Reuters12 hours ago

    Porsche needs to become more attractive to investors - CFO

    Sportscar producer Porsche could be worth up to 70 billion euros ($81 billion) as a separately listed company and needs to think about ways to make itself more attractive to investors and partners, Chief Financial Officer Lutz Meschke told German newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung. Ferrari (RACE.MI) and Aston Martin (AML.L) have benefited from listing and Porsche should think about ways it could make itself more attractive, Meschke told the newspaper. Porsche AG could be worth between 60 billion to 70 billion euros, Meschke said, without explaining what he based that estimate on.

  • The Wall Street Journal19 hours ago

    [$$] Porsche Slams the Brakes on IPO Speculation

    BERLIN—Porsche AG, the sports car maker owned by Volkswagen AG, reined in its finance chief on Monday after he fueled speculation that the company was discussing a potential listing of a super luxury group combining Porsche, Lamborghini, Bugatti and Bentley that could value the group at up to €70 billion ($81 billion). In an official statement, Porsche sought to walk back the comments, rejecting “speculation” about a possible listing of some or all of the company. “Porsche does not currently have any plans to pursue a (partial) initial public offering.

  • Porsche IPO Could Value Carmaker as High as $81 Billion, CFO Says
    Bloombergyesterday

    Porsche IPO Could Value Carmaker as High as $81 Billion, CFO Says

    The maker of the 911 model could easily be valued “between 60 billion and 70 billion” euros ($69.4-$81 billion), applying multiples for luxury-goods producers such as Ferrari, Lutz Meschke told reporters at Porsche’s development center outside Stuttgart at an event for the brand’s first electric car, the Taycan.

  • CNBCyesterday

    Porsche denies speculation that it's planning to go public

    Porsche has said it has absolutely no plans to list its car brand on equity markets. Lutz Meschke added that analysts would view price the stock as a luxury brand. The German luxury carmaker Porsche has denied speculation that it's planning to pursue an initial public offering (IPO).

  • Reuters4 days ago

    China auto sales post biggest drop in 7 years as growth engine stalls

    China's car sales fell the most in nearly seven years in September, stoking concerns the world's biggest auto market could contract for the first time in decades this year amid cooling economic growth and a biting trade war. It cited a sluggish economy, deleveraging and a tough pollution crackdown as reasons for the steep fall.

  • European diesel car sales plummet - IEA
    Reuters4 days ago

    European diesel car sales plummet - IEA

    Diesel car sales in Europe fell sharply in the first half of the year amid buyer concerns over pollution and falling resale value as governments seek to reduce combustion engine car sales. "The disaffection towards diesel engine cars is spreading all over Europe," the International Energy Agency said in a report. The sale market share of diesel cars in the European Union fell to 36.5 percent in the first half of 2018 from 42.5 percent in the first half of 2017, according to the IEA.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    European diesel car sales plummet -IEA

    Diesel car sales in Europe fell sharply in the first half of the year amid buyer concerns over pollution and falling resale value as governments seek to reduce combustion engine car sales. "The disaffection towards diesel engine cars is spreading all over Europe," the International Energy Agency said in a report. The sale market share of diesel cars in the European Union fell to 36.5 percent in the first half of 2018 from 42.5 percent in the first half of 2017, according to the IEA.

  • The Wall Street Journal5 days ago

    [$$] LeasePlan Won't Proceed With IPO, Cites Market Conditions

    LeasePlan Group NV, which is backed by London firm TDR Capital and several pension funds, said Thursday that it won’t proceed with its initial public offering at the current time because of market conditions. Last week LeasePlan said it planned to launch an IPO on Euronext Amsterdam and Euronext Brussels. Although the Dutch vehicle fleet-operation company didn’t confirm a valuation, press reports suggested the company could be worth up to €7.5 billion ($8.6 billion).

  • German IPO Rush Signals Listing Window Is Starting to Close
    Bloomberg5 days ago

    German IPO Rush Signals Listing Window Is Starting to Close

    Among the $59 billion of European initial public offerings announced over the past 12 months, German deals have been the biggest, dominating the sales that exceed $1 billion in size, and far exceeding 2017’s tally. Knorr-Bremse AG, the second-biggest IPO of this year, sold shares in the middle of its range this week. The stream of deals is especially surprising, considering European and German markets haven’t been enjoying the best year.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    German economy minister doubts constitutionality of diesel fines

    German Economy Minister Peter Altmaier said on Thursday the government could run the risk of breaking the law if it imposed fines on carmakers who fail to offer diesel hardware retrofits. "Fines are ...

  • European officials seek tougher emissions rules for cars
    Associated Press6 days ago

    European officials seek tougher emissions rules for cars

    FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — European Union officials are pushing ahead with tougher car emissions standards aimed at fighting global warming — but which auto industry representatives said could hurt a major source of manufacturing jobs.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Germany backs EU climate deal over car lobby's protests

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel endorsed a hard-fought EU compromise deal for a 35 percent cut in car emissions by 2030, despite protests from her country's own automakers, which said the target was unrealistic and pursuing it would cost jobs. Torn between reducing pollution and preserving industry competitiveness, EU environment ministers in Luxembourg talked for more than 13 hours on Tuesday to reach a compromise over what 2030 carbon dioxide limits to impose on Europe's powerful car manufacturers. Asked on Wednesday at a Berlin news conference for her view on the deal, Merkel described the cuts - softer than those demanded by some EU countries - as "defensible", partly because of the scope for later revising them.

  • The Wall Street Journal6 days ago

    [$$] Volkswagen Names Scott Keogh as Head of American Unit

    Volkswagen named Scott Keogh as president and chief executive of Volkswagen Group of America, and head of the Volkswagen brand for the North American region, effective Nov. 1.