VOW5.BE - VOLKSWAGEN AG VZ ADR1/5

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52 Week Range24.81 - 37.40
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  • Reuters18 hours ago

    VW second-quarter profit to at least match year-ago result - CFO

    Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) group's second-quarter operating profit should at least match last year's level of 4.55 billion euros (3.97 billion pounds), finance chief Frank Witter said. Underlying profit in the April-to-June period should "at the very minimum" match last year's figure, Witter said on Thursday during an earnings call, after VW published a 3.6 percent drop in first-quarter profit on accounting changes. Separately, the CFO said Volkswagen was still incurring "way too high" losses in the United States but thanks to a raft of new products, it will stick to a goal of breaking even in the Americas by 2020.

  • Reuters18 hours ago

    New CEO declares Volkswagen on right path despite profit hit

    Volkswagen's (VOWG_p.DE) first-quarter operating profit fell on Thursday, but optimism over its new chief executive, the carmaker's financial health and lower provisions for the diesel emissions scandal lifted its shares. Two weeks after elevating brand chief Herbert Diess to group CEO as part of the biggest management shake-up in more than a decade, Europe's biggest carmaker is shifting the focus to making its operating business more efficient. "The Volkswagen group is in a robust economic position.

  • Reuters18 hours ago

    VW second-quarter profit to at least match year-ago result: CFO

    Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) group's second-quarter operating profit should at least match last year's level of 4.55 billion euros ($5.54 billion), finance chief Frank Witter said. Underlying profit in the April-to-June period should "at the very minimum" match last year's figure, Witter said on Thursday during an earnings call, after VW published a 3.6 percent drop in first-quarter profit on accounting changes. Separately, the CFO said Volkswagen was still incurring "way too high" losses in the United States but thanks to a raft of new products, it will stick to a goal of breaking even in the Americas by 2020.

  • Zacks Industry Outlook Highlights: Tesla, Ford Motor, Honda Motor and Volkswagen
    Zacks18 hours ago

    Zacks Industry Outlook Highlights: Tesla, Ford Motor, Honda Motor and Volkswagen

    Zacks Industry Outlook Highlights: Tesla, Ford Motor, Honda Motor and Volkswagen

  • New CEO declares Volkswagen on right path despite profit hit
    Reuters20 hours ago

    New CEO declares Volkswagen on right path despite profit hit

    Volkswagen's (VOWG_p.DE) first-quarter operating profit fell on Thursday, but optimism over its new chief executive, the carmaker's financial health and lower provisions for the diesel emissions scandal lifted its shares. Two weeks after elevating brand chief Herbert Diess to group CEO as part of the biggest management shake-up in more than a decade, Europe's biggest carmaker is shifting the focus to making its operating business more efficient. "The Volkswagen group is in a robust economic position.

  • The Wall Street Journal20 hours ago

    [$$] New Volkswagen CEO Gets Off to a Strong Start

    New Volkswagen Chief Executive Herbert Diess’s tenure got off to a strong start as the auto giant reported a rise in sales and said its broad revamp was on track.

  • TheStreet.com22 hours ago

    European Automakers Gain on Reports China Mulling Auto Tariff Reduction

    China could slash the 25% tariff is imposes on car imports into the world's largest market, media reports suggest, as U.S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin heads to Beijing to negotiate new trade rules ...

  • The Wall Street Journal22 hours ago

    [$$] Volkswagen Profit Falls on Accounting Changes

    Net profit fell 3% to 3.22 billion euros ($3.93 billion) while operating profit declined 3.6% to EUR4.2 billion. Volkswagen attributed the decrease largely to an accounting change related to the valuation of derivatives, which shaved about EUR300 million off operating profit. as CEO and replaced him with Mr. Diess, who has vowed to accelerate efforts to boost profits and investor returns at the company.

  • Reuters23 hours ago

    VW first-quarter profit drops 3.6 percent on accounting changes

    BERLIN (Reuters) - Volkswagen on Thursday posted a surprise drop in first-quarter operating profit as accounting changes, currency headwinds and technology costs weighed on group results. Group earnings ...

  • Associated Pressyesterday

    Maryland reaches $33.5 million settlement with Volkswagen

    Maryland officials announced Wednesday that they had reached a multimillion-dollar settlement with Volkswagen AG and two of its affiliates for using devices in cars that violated the state's environmental laws.

  • Volkswagen reaches $33.5 million diesel emissions settlement with Maryland
    Reutersyesterday

    Volkswagen reaches $33.5 million diesel emissions settlement with Maryland

    Volkswagen AG (VOWG_p.DE) has reached a $33.5 million (24 million pounds) settlement with Maryland over state claims related to the German automaker's excess emissions, court documents show. Volkswagen previously agreed to spend more than $750 million to resolve various state environmental and consumer claims in the United States. In total, VW has agreed to spend more than $25 billion in the United States to address claims from owners, environmental regulators, states and dealers and offered to buy back about 500,000 polluting U.S. vehicles.

  • Volkswagen reaches $33.5 million diesel emissions settlement with Maryland
    Reutersyesterday

    Volkswagen reaches $33.5 million diesel emissions settlement with Maryland

    Volkswagen AG (VOWG_p.DE) has reached a $33.5 million settlement with Maryland over state claims related to the German automaker's excess emissions, court documents show. Volkswagen previously agreed to spend more than $750 million to resolve various state environmental and consumer claims in the United States. In total, VW has agreed to spend more than $25 billion in the United States to address claims from owners, environmental regulators, states and dealers and offered to buy back about 500,000 polluting U.S. vehicles.

  • Bloomberg2 days ago

    Porsche Doubles Target for Deliveries of Electric Cars by 2025

    Porsche set one of the industry’s most aggressive targets for selling plug-in hybrid and battery-powered cars, predicting the vehicles will make up as many as half of its deliveries by 2025 in a sign the ...

  • The Wall Street Journal2 days ago

    Auto Makers Lean On China Partners to Meet Electric-Vehicle Targets

    BEIJING—Some of the world’s biggest auto makers say they will rely on their Chinese partners to help them meet Beijing’s mandates for electric vehicles, using the joint venture arrangements that China has now agreed to phase out. Beijing recently announced that it would gradually end rules that effectively forced foreign auto makers to form 50-50 partnerships with Chinese companies if they wanted to manufacture cars here. Foreign auto makers can set up independent companies to build EVs later this year, according to the new rules.

  • Volkswagen Remains Open to Partnerships in India for Budget Cars
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    Volkswagen Remains Open to Partnerships in India for Budget Cars

    Volkswagen AG signaled it remains open for a tie-up with another automaker in India, including Tata Motors Ltd., as the German manufacturer works on a strategy to bring affordable cars to millions of cost-conscious buyers in the South Asian country. Cooperation with the owner of Jaguar Land Rover Plc is possible “in principle” in the future, said Bernhard Maier, chief executive officer of Skoda Auto AS, part of the VW group. VW, which has been long considering making affordable models for India, will decide on its game plan in the first half of this year, Maier said in an interview at the Beijing auto show on Wednesday.

  • U.S. Congress Seeks VW Chief's Testimony Amid New Probe
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    U.S. Congress Seeks VW Chief's Testimony Amid New Probe

    A U.S. House committee has begun a new investigation into allegations of overseas emissions cheating by Volkswagen AG and was seeking testimony from the automaker’s chief executive officer Herbert Diess....

  • Zacks Industry Outlook Highlights: General Motors, Ford, Volkswagen, PACCAR and Honda
    Zacks3 days ago

    Zacks Industry Outlook Highlights: General Motors, Ford, Volkswagen, PACCAR and Honda

    Zacks Industry Outlook Highlights: General Motors, Ford, Volkswagen, PACCAR and Honda

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Volkswagen sales momentum positive in all regions, says CEO

    Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) trumpeted a bright start to 2018 at the Beijing auto show on Tuesday and outlined spending plans for electric vehicle and autonomous driving ventures in China. The German group, undergoing far-reaching reform as it emerges from the 2015 emissions cheating scandal that resulted in billions of euros in fines, is on track for profitable growth this year, new CEO Herbert Diess said at the show. "We see good opportunities for profitable growth in 2018, too, but we need to speed up (reform of the company)," he added, noting rapid changes across the industry and heightened competition, especially in China.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Volkswagen CEO says China tax hike on U.S. vehicle imports would sting

    BEIJING (Reuters) - Volkswagen AG's (VOWG_p.DE) chief executive Herbert Diess said on Tuesday that a Chinese tariff hike on U.S vehicle imports would be tough for the firm, amid a brewing trade war and ...

  • VW sales momentum positive in all regions, says CEO
    Reuters3 days ago

    VW sales momentum positive in all regions, says CEO

    Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) trumpeted a bright start to 2018 at the Beijing auto show on Tuesday and outlined spending plans for electric vehicle and autonomous driving ventures in China. The German group, undergoing far-reaching reform as it emerges from the 2015 emissions cheating scandal that resulted in billions of euros in fines, is on track for profitable growth this year, new CEO Herbert Diess said at the show. "We see good opportunities for profitable growth in 2018, too, but we need to speed up (reform of the company)," he added, noting rapid changes across the industry and heightened competition, especially in China.

  • VW's Chinese Ventures Plan $18 Billion in Technology Spending
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    VW's Chinese Ventures Plan $18 Billion in Technology Spending

    Volkswagen AG’s world-leading development budget is shifting into overdrive, bolstered by spending at its Chinese joint ventures as the German carmaker seeks an edge in producing electric, self-driving ...

  • VW Teams With Chinese Partners for $18 Billion Technology Push
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    VW Teams With Chinese Partners for $18 Billion Technology Push

    Volkswagen AG’s world-leading development budget is shifting into overdrive, bolstered by spending at its Chinese joint ventures as the German carmaker seeks an edge in producing electric, self-driving ...

  • Volkswagen CEO says China tax hike on U.S. vehicle imports would sting
    Reuters3 days ago

    Volkswagen CEO says China tax hike on U.S. vehicle imports would sting

    Volkswagen AG's chief executive Herbert Diess said on Tuesday that a Chinese tariff hike on U.S vehicle imports would be tough for the firm, amid a brewing trade war and threats of punitive tariffs exchanged ...

  • The Wall Street Journal3 days ago

    [$$] Volkswagen Plans First U.S. Bond Sale After Emissions Scandal

    Volkswagen AG is looking to return to the U.S. bond market for the first time since its emissions scandal, a move that would seal a successful turnaround for the German auto maker. A frequent debt issuer before the diesel scandal, Volkswagen has relied on a €20 billion ($24.7 billion) bridge loan, asset-backed securities and commercial paper to cover its financial needs. The company already has tested the waters in Europe, where its €8 billion bond issued a little over a year ago was snapped up by investors.

  • This is Volkswagen's ludicrous electric Pikes Peak racer
    TechCrunch4 days ago

    This is Volkswagen's ludicrous electric Pikes Peak racer

    Volkswagen is entering the yearly race up Pikes Peak with a lightweight custom