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Volkswagen, U.S. make substantial progress toward final deal-judge

SAN FRANCISCO/WASHINGTON Volkswagen AG has made substantial progress toward reaching a final settlement next month with car owners and the U.S. government over the German automaker's cheating on diesel emissions tests, a federal judge said on Tuesday.

Volkswagen, U.S. make substantial progress toward final deal: judge

SAN FRANCISCO/WASHINGTON Volkswagen AG has made substantial progress toward reaching a final settlement next month with car owners and the U.S. government over the German automaker's cheating on diesel emissions tests, a federal judge said on Tuesday.

UPDATE 3-Volkswagen, U.S. make substantial progress toward final deal-judge

SAN FRANCISCO/WASHINGTON, May 24 Volkswagen AG has made substantial progress toward reaching a final settlement next month with car owners and the U.S. government over the German automaker's cheating on diesel emissions tests, a federal judge said on Tuesday.

U.S. JUDGE SAYS ENGINEERING STUDIES AND TESTING FOR ABOUT 80,000 LARGER 3.0-LITER VEHICLES WITH EXCESS EMISSIONS, BUT ANNOUNCES NO TIMETABLE FOR RESOLVING ISSUE

U.S. JUDGE SAYS ENGINEERING STUDIES AND TESTING FOR ABOUT 80,000 LARGER 3.0-LITER VEHICLES WITH EXCESS EMISSIONS, BUT ANNOUNCES NO TIMETABLE FOR RESOLVING ISSUE

VW sees provisions sufficient for DOJ civil agreement -source

HAMBURG, May 24 Volkswagen believes it will not need to raise provisions of 16.2 billion euros ($18.1 billion) it has already made for its diesel-emissions cheating, as it moves closer to a civil settlement with the United States Department of Justice, a source familiar with the matter said on Tuesday.

UPDATE 1-Hedge fund TCI says first-quarter performance flat as VW, Porsche drag -letter

* LSE/D. Boerse to 'bend over backwards' to get deal done (Adds details on VW campaign,)

Investor groups call for new probe of VW scandal

FRANKFURT Three investor groups called on Monday for a new, independent investigation into Volkswagen's emissions test-rigging scandal, saying the inquiries launched by the German carmaker so far may not be far-reaching or transparent enough.

UPDATE 1-Investor groups call for new probe of VW scandal

* VW declines to comment (Adds comment from Hermes Investment Management and Deminor)

Hedge fund TCI lost 2.1 pct in VW, Porsche investments in Q1 - letter

LONDON, May 23 Activist hedge fund TCI lost 1.1 percent in its investment in Porsche and 1 percent in Volkswagen in the first three months of the year, an investor letter seen by Reuters showed.

German investor group calls for independent probe of VW scandal

FRANKFURT, May 23 German investors' association DSW called on Monday for an independent audit of Volkswagen's emissions test-rigging scandal in addition to the carmaker's internal probe.

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