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Volkswagen AG

VOWG.DE

Latest Trade

263.60EUR

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52 Week Range

152.60

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357.40

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Pricing

Previous Close
263.60
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3M AVG Volume
24.12
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52 Week High
357.40
52 Week Low
152.60
Shares Out (MIL)
501.30
Market Cap (MIL)
106,045.30
Forward P/E
5.92
Dividend (Yield %)
3.01

Next Event

Full Year 2021 Volkswagen AG Earnings Release

Latest Developments

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About Volkswagen AG

Volkswagen AG is a Germany-based company that manufactures and sells vehicles. It operates through four segments: Passenger Cars, which covers the development of vehicles and engines, the production and sale of passenger cars, and the corresponding genuine parts business; Commercial vehicles, which comprises the development, production and sale of light commercial vehicles, trucks and buses, the genuine parts business and related services; Power Engineering, which consists of the development and production of large-bore diesel engines, turbo compressors, industrial turbines and chemical reactor systems, the production of gear units, propulsion components and testing systems, and Financial Services, which comprises dealer and customer financing, leasing, banking and insurance activities, fleet management and mobility services. Its brand portfolio includes Volkswagen, Audi, SEAT, SKODA, Bentley, Bugatti, Lamborghini, Porsche, Ducati, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, Scania and MAN.

Industry

Auto & Truck Manufacturers

Contact Info

Berliner Ring 2

38440

Germany

+49.5361.90

https://www.volkswagenag.com/

Executive Leadership

Hans Dieter Poetsch

Chairman of the Supervisory Board

Herbert Diess

Chairman of the Management Board, Group Chief Executive Officer

Jorg Hofmann

Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Employee Representative

Frank Witter

Member of the Management Board, Responsible for Finance and IT

Gunnar Kilian

Member of the Management Board, Human Resources and Truck and Bus

Key Stats

2.25 mean rating - 4 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, EUR)

2018

235.8K

2019

252.6K

2020

222.9K

2021(E)

249.6K
EPS (EUR)

2018

23.570

2019

26.660

2020

16.660

2021(E)

31.932
Price To Earnings (TTM)
4.55
Price To Sales (TTM)
0.42
Price To Book (MRQ)
0.58
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
2.35
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
145.04
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
87.12
Return on Investment (TTM)
5.54
Return on Equity (TTM)
3.62

Latest News

Latest News

Volkswagen channels its inner Henry Ford

(The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are their own.)

VW expects battery, raw material drive to cost up to $34 billion

Volkswagen's planned European battery cell plants and securing vital raw materials will cost as much as 30 billion euros ($34 billion), board member Thomas Schmall said, putting a price tag on the expansion for the first time.

Volkswagen CEO, under fire over strategy, positive over recent talks

Volkswagen CEO Herbert Diess, currently under heavy fire from unions over strategy, struck an upbeat tone at a recent manager meeting on talks over the company's five-year investment plan, including the future of its Wolfsburg plant.

Volkswagen sees Europcar deal as attractive, quashes hopes for higher bid

Volkswagen is convinced that its 2.9 billion euro ($3.3 billion) offer for France's Europcar, made as part of a consortium, fairly reflects the firm's value, a senior executive said, pouring cold water on hopes for a higher bid.

Factbox-Possible successors to Volkswagen CEO Diess

Volkswagen's top committee did not make a decision on the future of CEO Herbert Diess at a meeting on Tuesday, two sources with knowledge of the matter said on Wednesday, as a clash with powerful labour representatives remains unresolved.

French regulator approves Volkswagen offer for Europcar, Volkswagen says

France's market regulator AMF has approved Volkswagen's proposal filed in September to take over Europcar Mobility Group, Volkswagen said on Tuesday.

UPDATE 1-VW committee unlikely to decide on CEO's future on Tuesday - sources

Volkswagen's supervisory board executive committee will meet on Tuesday evening to discuss the future of Chief Executive Herbert Diess, but further talks will likely be needed before a final decision is reached, three sources said.

VW board committee unlikely to decide on CEO in Tuesday meeting - sources

Volkswagen's supervisory board executive committee will meet on Tuesday evening to discuss the future of Chief Executive Herbert Diess but further discussions will likely be needed before a final decision is reached, three sources said.

VW board committee to discuss CEO's future on Tuesday - sources

Volkswagen's supervisory board executive committee will meet on Tuesday to discuss the future of Chief Executive Herbert Diess, who is likely to remain at the helm of the carmaker despite tensions over his management style, sources said on Monday.

Spain’s SEAT asks unvaccinated workers to eat separately in Barcelona canteen

Volkswagen's Spanish car maker SEAT has recommended unvaccinated and vaccinated employees sit separately in its canteen at its plant outside Barcelona to protect workers and ensure operational activity, the company said on Friday.

Court says VW should have published engine plan that sparked dieselgate

Volkswagen should have gone public in 2008 with the engine plan that sparked its diesel emissions scandal, a German court said on Thursday, as it set out its views on a test case brought by investors against the automaker.

German prosecutors widen Continental investigation to executives

German prosecutors have widened their investigation at automotive supplier Continental AG to include former Chief Executive Elmar Degenhart and finance chief Wolfgang Schaefer, whose surprise departure was announced late on Wednesday.

Decision on Audi-McLaren deal unlikely this year - sources

A decision on a possible partnership between Volkswagen's Audi and British sportscar maker McLaren was discussed at Audi's supervisory board meeting on Wednesday but will likely take until next year, two sources told Reuters.

Decision on Audi-McLaren deal could take until next year - sources

A decision on a possible partnership between Volkswagen's Audi and British sportscar maker McLaren was discussed at Audi's supervisory board meeting on Wednesday but will likely take until next year, two sources told Reuters.

Volkswagen powers up the grid to take on Tesla

Volkswagen plans to double staff numbers at its charging and energy division, roll out new payment technology next year and strike more alliances to take on Tesla in a key electric vehicle (EV) battleground: power infrastructure.

Volkswagen's head of China to leave the country - source

The head Volkswagen's Chinese operations, Stephan Woellenstein, is being relieved of his duties and there are talks about finding him a new job within the German carmaker, a person familiar with the matter told Reuters on Tuesday.

VW to relieve China chief of duty next year - Automobilwoche

Volkswagen will relieve its China unit chief Stephan Woellenstein of duty at the beginning of February next year, German publication Automobilwoche reported on Tuesday, citing sources.

Audi supervisory board to discuss McLaren partnership on Wednesday - sources

Audi's supervisory board will discuss on Wednesday ways for the company to enter Formula One, including via possible partnership with McLaren Automotive, two sources told Reuters on Tuesday, adding no decision has yet been made.

U.S. Supreme Court rejects Volkswagen appeals over emissions tampering

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected Volkswagen AG's bid to avoid lawsuits filed by officials in three states seeking damages stemming from the German automaker's diesel emissions cheating scandal.

U.S. Supreme Court rejects Volkswagen appeals over emissions tampering

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected Volkswagen AG's bid to avoid lawsuits filed by officials in three states seeking damages stemming from the German automaker's diesel emissions cheating scandal.

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