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27.02+0.02 (+0.07%)
As of 8:09AM CEST. Market open.
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Previous Close27.00
Bid27.16 x 0
Ask27.92 x 0
Day's Range27.02 - 27.02
52 Week Range24.81 - 29.11
Avg. Volume9
Market CapN/A
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
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  • Exclusive: VW moves to secure cobalt supplies in shift to electric cars
    Reuters2 minutes ago

    Exclusive: VW moves to secure cobalt supplies in shift to electric cars

    Germany's Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) is moving to secure long-term supplies of cobalt, a vital component of rechargeable batteries, as the group accelerates its ambitious shift to electric cars. Cobalt industry sources told Reuters that VW, the world's largest automaker, has asked producers to submit proposals on supplying the material for up to 10 years from 2019. Volkswagen, which decided on the strategic shift to electric vehicles (EVs) after it was engulfed in the "dieselgate" scandal, plans to invest more than 20 billion euros ($24 billion) in zero-emission vehicles by 2030 to challenge pioneer Tesla (TSLA.O) in creating a mass market.

  • Volkswagen chairman doesn't rule out outsider as next CEO
    Reuters7 minutes ago

    Volkswagen chairman doesn't rule out outsider as next CEO

    Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) has not ruled out breaking with company tradition and appointing an outsider as its next chief executive, Chairman Hans Dieter Poetsch said. Current CEO Matthias Mueller, whose contract runs through 2020, has been with the Volkswagen (VW) group for nearly 40 years, including in senior roles at premium divisions Audi (NSUG.DE) and Porsche. In comments emailed to Reuters on Friday, Poetsch said the supervisory board would deal with a successor to Mueller "in due course".

  • Reuters21 hours ago

    Daimler joins rush to add more North American auto plants

    U.S. automakers are facing mounting pressure amid slowing demand in the country, as automakers from Asia and Europe aggressively ramp up vehicle production in North America, including a new investment by Daimler AG. In the latest move, German automaker Daimler said on Thursday it will spend $1 billion to expand its Mercedes Benz operations near Tuscaloosa, Alabama, to produce batteries and electric sport utility vehicles that would compete with Silicon Valley electric car maker Tesla Inc's models.