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Volkswagen AG

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Latest Trade

171.08EUR

Change

-1.54(-0.89%)

Volume

799,527

Today's Range

171.08

 - 

174.30

52 Week Range

79.38

 - 

175.00

As of on the XETRA ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
172.62
Open
174.12
Volume
799,527
3M AVG Volume
28.15
Today's High
174.30
Today's Low
171.08
52 Week High
175.00
52 Week Low
79.38
Shares Out (MIL)
501.30
Market Cap (MIL)
93,167.21
Forward P/E
12.91
Dividend (Yield %)
2.82

Next Event

Full Year 2020 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

Joerg 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, Responsible for Human Resources

Key Stats

2.11 mean rating - 28 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, EUR)

2017

230.7K

2018

235.8K

2019

252.6K

2020(E)

218.7K
EPS (EUR)

2017

22.690

2018

23.630

2019

26.660

2020(E)

13.464
Price To Earnings (TTM)
21.30
Price To Sales (TTM)
0.42
Price To Book (MRQ)
0.72
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
3.07
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
172.39
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
90.22
Return on Investment (TTM)
1.44
Return on Equity (TTM)
0.93

Latest News

Latest News

VW's SEAT says global chip shortages will affect company in first half

Volkswagen's Spanish unit SEAT will lose some production volume in the first half of the year due the global supply shortage of semiconductor chips that will need to be recovered in the second half, said its chairman Wayne Griffiths.

Volkswagen to make decision on Bugatti in H1 - Automobilwoche

Electric hypercar maker Rimac Automobili and Volkswagen's supercar brand Bugatti are a good technological fit, Porsche AG's CEO told German weekly Automobilwoche, fuelling hopes that a deal between the two could happen soon.

Volkswagen in Mexico to suspend Jetta production on Monday and Tuesday

Volkswagen's Mexico unit said on Friday that a work stoppage on its Jetta model will continue on Monday and Tuesday, due to an ongoing shortage of natural gas.

UPDATE 1-Volkswagen mulls listing of Porsche AG unit - source

Volkswagen is considering a listing of its luxury car division Porsche AG to rake in cash needed for the group's shift towards software and electric vehicles, a person familiar with the matter said on Thursday.

UPDATE 1-General Motors, Volkswagen halt some Mexican operations on gas shortage

General Motors Co and Volkswagen AG are suspending some of their operations in Mexico due to a natural gas shortage, while Audi AG will adjust production in line with supply, the automakers said in separate statements on Wednesday.

UPDATE 3-Mexico presses U.S. to guarantee natural gas supplies after Texas export ban

The Mexican government called the top U.S. representative in Mexico on Wednesday to press for natural gas supplies after the Texas governor ordered fuel to remain in the state during a freeze that has overwhelmed its energy grid.

Volkswagen CEO Diess 'not afraid' of an Apple electric car

Germany's Volkswagen is not concerned by any Apple plans for a passenger vehicle that could include the iPhone maker's battery technology, its chief executive Herbert Diess said.

UPDATE 1-VW 'unintended victim' in battery supplier dispute, seeks four-year reprieve

Volkswagen AG late Friday called itself an "unintended victim" in a battle between two battery suppliers and urged the U.S. government to extend a reprieve to buy batteries key to its planned U.S. electric vehicle production.

VW 'unintended victim' in battery supplier dispute, seeks four-year reprieve

Volkswagen AG late Friday called itself an "unintended victim" in a battle between two battery suppliers and urged the U.S. government to extend a reprieve to buy batteries key to its planned U.S. electric vehicle production.

Volkswagen Mexico to adjust Jetta output until March 5 over semiconductors

Volkswagen AG's Mexico unit said in a statement on Wednesday it would adjust the production schedule of its Jetta model until March 5 due to a global shortage of semiconductors.

Volkswagen expects chip supply to remain tight in first half of 2021

Carmaker Volkswagen said on Tuesday that it expects chip supply to remain tight in first half of 2021 but that it would do everything to compensate for delay in production in the second half of the year.

Hit by shortage, Volkswagen demands boost to Europe chip sector

Europe needs to stump up cash to boost its chip industry, a board member of the continent's largest carmaker Volkswagen said, pointing to a global semiconductor shortage that has highlighted dependence on foreign players.

Volkswagen plans to challenge Google with own autonomous car software

Volkswagen plans to develop most of the software needed for autonomous cars in-house, the head of the German carmaker's luxury unit Audi said on Tuesday.

UPDATE 1-Toyota beats Volkswagen to become World's No.1 car seller in 2020

Japan's Toyota Motor Corp overtook Germany's Volkswagen in vehicle sales last year, regaining pole position as the world's top selling automaker for the first time in five years as the pandemic demand slump hit its German rival harder.

UPDATE 2-Chip shortage to hit production at some Volkswagen plants in February

* Daimler production in Rastatt, Kecskemet impacted (Adds background, quote)

Volkswagen asks U.S. Supreme Court to reverse ruling on local emissions claims

Volkswagen AG and a German auto supplier on Tuesday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to reverse a lower-court ruling that said two counties could seek financial penalties over excess diesel emissions that could total billions of dollars.

UPDATE 1-VW ordered to pay $20 mln in Spanish diesel claim, carmaker to appeal

A Spanish court has ordered German carmaker Volkswagen to pay 16.3 million euros ($19.8 million) in compensation to people in Spain who bought cars with emissions-cheating devices installed, consumer group OCU said on Monday.

Volkswagen ordered to pay $20 mln in Spanish diesel claim

A Spanish court has ordered German carmaker Volkswagen to pay 16.3 million euros ($19.8 million) in compensation to people in Spain who bought cars with emissions-cheating devices installed, consumer group OCU said on Monday.

UPDATE 1-Volkswagen looks to claim damages from suppliers over chip shortages

German car manufacturer Volkswagen is in talks with its main suppliers about possible claims for damages due to a shortage of semiconductors, a company spokesman said on Sunday.

Volkswagen looks to claim damages from suppliers over chip shortages -magazine

German car manufacturer Volkswagen is looking into possible claims for damages against its suppliers Bosch and Continental due to a lack of semiconductors, Automobilwoche magazine reported on Sunday.

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