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VOLKSWAGEN AG VOLKSWAGEN NON-VO (0P6O.IL)

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203.58+0.52 (+0.26%)
At close: 6:29PM BST
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Previous close203.05
Open204.90
Bid201.50 x 0
Ask205.65 x 0
Day's range203.35 - 205.95
52-week range121.29 - 293.70
Volume257,461
Avg. volume412,178
Market capN/A
Beta (5Y monthly)1.44
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield4.86 (2.39%)
Ex-dividend date23 Jul 2021
1y target estN/A
  • Volkswagen makes $3.4 billion Europcar bet on mobility services
    Reuters

    Volkswagen makes $3.4 billion Europcar bet on mobility services

    PARIS (Reuters) -A consortium led by Volkswagen has agreed with Europcar to launch a tender offer for the car rental company that values it at 2.9 billion euros ($3.4 billion) including debt, Europe's largest carmaker said on Wednesday. Volkswagen, which has teamed up with asset manager Attestor Limited and Dutch mobility group Pon Holdings BV for the deal, is proposing an offer price of 0.50 euro per share, it said in a statement. This could be topped up by a 0.01 euro per share supplement if 90% of shareholders take up the bid, Europcar said in a separate statement, adding that its board had recommended the offer.

  • QuantumScape Says It’s Testing 10-Layer Solid-State Battery Cell
    Bloomberg

    QuantumScape Says It’s Testing 10-Layer Solid-State Battery Cell

    (Bloomberg) -- QuantumScape Corp., the electric-vehicle battery company that went public last fall, said Tuesday it has advanced to testing 10-layer cells, a sign it’s on track in efforts to develop a commercially viable solid-state battery.QuantumScape, which counts Volkswagen AG as its biggest shareholder, is among a group of companies developing solid-state batteries, which could dramatically speed up EV adoption by providing a safer, cheaper alternative to current lithium-ion batteries. It h

  • VW in Talks With Europcar About Sweetened Offer for Car Renter
    Bloomberg

    VW in Talks With Europcar About Sweetened Offer for Car Renter

    (Bloomberg) -- Volkswagen AG is moving closer to a deal to buy Europcar Mobility Group after sweetening its offer for the car renter.Europcar is in talks with a consortium led by the German carmaker about a possible takeover at a price of 50 euro cents per share, the company said in a statement Tuesday, confirming an earlier Bloomberg News report. The bid would value the company at around 2.5 billion euros ($3 billion).Europcar shares rose as much as 5.4% on Tuesday and closed up 3.7% to 49 euro