VOW.BE - VOLKSWAGEN AG ST O.N.

Berlin - Berlin Delayed price. Currency in EUR
148.87
-0.76 (-0.51%)
As of 8:00AM CEST. Market open.
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Previous close149.63
Open148.87
Bid149.60 x 0
Ask149.70 x 0
Day's range148.87 - 148.87
52-week range126.91 - 156.58
Volume10
Avg. volume25
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  • Forbes2 days ago

    Lower Saxony Election Result Means Big Volkswagen Changes Unlikely

    Volkswagen shares barely moved after news Lower Saxony elections Sunday returned the ruling Social Democrat Party and signalling little change in VW’s governance. The SPD will now have to negotiate with coalition partners to form a new state government.

  • Merkel Looks for Election Boost in Volkswagen's Home State
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    Merkel Looks for Election Boost in Volkswagen's Home State

    Chancellor Angela Merkel’s party faces a neck-and-neck election Sunday in Volkswagen AG’s home state that will set the stage for difficult talks on forming her next national government.

  • Volkswagen to make brands more distinct to boost efficiency
    Reuters6 days ago

    Volkswagen to make brands more distinct to boost efficiency

    Volkswagen will make its three mass-market brands more distinct to reduce overlaps and defuse tensions within the carmaking group, its chief executive said on Thursday. CEO Matthias Mueller said the automaker's executive board had set out a new focus for its mass-market VW, Skoda and Seat brands based on 14 customer groups in its core European market. "The key challenge is (to achieve) a perfect market coverage with clear territories for the brands," he told a strategy meeting of about 400 managers in Wolfsburg.

  • Volkswagen to make brands more distinct to boost efficiency
    Reuters6 days ago

    Volkswagen to make brands more distinct to boost efficiency

    Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) will make its three mass-market brands more distinct to reduce overlaps and defuse tensions within the carmaking group, its chief executive said on Thursday. CEO Matthias Mueller said the automaker's executive board had set out a new focus for its mass-market VW, Skoda and Seat brands based on 14 customer groups in its core European market. "The key challenge is (to achieve) a perfect market coverage with clear territories for the brands," he told a strategy meeting of about 400 managers in Wolfsburg.

  • VW plan could herald spin-off for car parts: analysts
    Reuters7 days ago

    VW plan could herald spin-off for car parts: analysts

    Volkswagen's (VOWG_p.DE) plan to cut costs by creating a new car parts business could unlock funds for its move to electric vehicles and herald an eventual spin-off that could transform its profitability, analysts said on Wednesday. Shackled by its powerful labor unions, VW makes more parts, such as transmissions, in-house at high German labor costs than most rivals like BMW (BMWG.DE) and Daimler (DAIGn.DE), weighing down the core brand's profitability. Wolfsburg-based VW has been reviewing its assets and brands since announcing its electric-car plans in June 2016, and put up non-automotive assets for sale earlier this year, including motorcycle brand Ducati.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    VW plan could herald spin-off for car parts - analysts

    Volkswagen's (VOWG_p.DE) plan to cut costs by creating a new car parts business could unlock funds for its move to electric vehicles and herald an eventual spin-off that could transform its profitability, analysts said on Wednesday. Shackled by its powerful labour unions, VW makes more parts, such as transmissions, in-house at high German labour costs than most rivals like BMW (BMWG.DE) and Daimler (DAIGn.DE), weighing down the core brand's profitability. Wolfsburg-based VW has been reviewing its assets and brands since announcing its electric-car plans in June 2016, and put up non-automotive assets for sale earlier this year, including motorcycle brand Ducati.

  • VW to develop electric trucks in $1.7 billion technology drive
    Reuters7 days ago

    VW to develop electric trucks in $1.7 billion technology drive

    Volkswagen AG will invest 1.4 billion euros in new technologies including electric trucks and buses by 2022, VW's trucks chief Andreas Renschler said. The money will go toward electric drives, autonomous ...

  • Reuters7 days ago

    VW to develop electric trucks in $1.7 billion technology drive

    HAMBURG (Reuters) - Volkswagen AG (VOWG_p.DE) will invest 1.4 billion euros ($1.7 billion) in new technologies including electric trucks and buses by 2022, VW's trucks chief Andreas Renschler said. The ...

  • VW to Roll Out Electric Trucks, Buses in $1.7 Billion Project
    Bloomberg7 days ago

    VW to Roll Out Electric Trucks, Buses in $1.7 Billion Project

    Volkswagen AG is flanking its push into electric cars with plans to roll out battery-powered commercial vehicles targeted at urban areas as growing public concerns about air quality boost demand.

  • Forbes7 days ago

    Volkswagen Investors Expecting Liberation After Lower Saxony Election Should Dream On

    Sunday’s election in Lower Saxony, the home of Volkswagen, could finally free the company from dominance by politicians and trade unions and set it on the road to higher profits and greater efficiency. But don't hold your breath.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    VW's Skoda committed to Czech Republic, plans to add jobs

    Volkswagen's (VOWG_p.DE) Czech carmaker Skoda Auto underscored its commitment to its home country on Wednesday, saying it was planning to add jobs there amid worries the business could lose some production to Germany. Skoda has become Volkswagen's (VW) second most profitable brand in terms of operating margin and is on target for record sales in 2017. Reuters reported last week that VW managers and unions were seeking to curb competition from lower-cost Skoda and move some of its production to Germany, raising worries among Czech workers.

  • MarketWatch8 days ago

    What employees at Miramax, Equifax and Wells Fargo have in common

    This is how to respond to hiring managers and friends when your company’s in the news.

  • Market Realist8 days ago

    Volkswagen US Sales Jumped 33% in September 2017

    In September 2017, Volkswagen's US sales rose significantly by 33.2% year-over-year (or YoY) to 32,112 vehicle units.

  • VW to reduce size of dealer network, launch online sales
    Reuters8 days ago

    VW to reduce size of dealer network, launch online sales

    Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) plans to reduce the size of its European dealer network and introduce online sales as it adjusts to changing buying habits, the German carmaker said on Tuesday. VW is pushing to cut costs across all of its 12 brands in the wake of the emissions scandal as it faces having to invest heavily in the shift towards electric cars. In the latest move it aims to increase profitability and efficiency at its 3,000-dealer European distribution network by an average of 10 percent and wants to trim the costs of the network to help double the average return per distributor to 2 percent from 1 percent.

  • VW to reduce size of dealer network, launch online sales
    Reuters8 days ago

    VW to reduce size of dealer network, launch online sales

    Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) plans to reduce the size of its European dealer network and introduce online sales as it adjusts to changing buying habits, the German carmaker said on Tuesday. VW is pushing to cut costs across all of its 12 brands in the wake of the emissions scandal as it faces having to invest heavily in the shift toward electric cars. In the latest move it aims to increase profitability and efficiency at its 3,000-dealer European distribution network by an average of 10 percent and wants to trim the costs of the network to help double the average return per distributor to 2 percent from 1 percent.

  • VW says no plans for now to shift Skoda production
    Reuters12 days ago

    VW says no plans for now to shift Skoda production

    Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) said on Friday there were no plans at present to change where Czech subsidiary Skoda makes its cars, as it seeks to allay the fears of unions and politicians in the republic about losing work to Germany. Skoda's main union on Thursday threatened to cut back on overtime work if the VW group were to shift output to Germany. Facing possible cuts in production capacity at home, Volkswagen managers and labor leaders want to benefit from Skoda's success by taking on some of the Czech company's work in Germany and make the lower-cost stablemate pay more for shared technology, company sources have said.

  • Reuters12 days ago

    VW says no plans for now to shift Skoda production

    Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) said on Friday there were no plans at present to change where Czech subsidiary Skoda makes its cars, as it seeks to allay the fears of unions and politicians in the republic about losing work to Germany. Skoda's main union on Thursday threatened to cut back on overtime work if the VW group were to shift output to Germany. Facing possible cuts in production capacity at home, Volkswagen managers and labour leaders want to benefit from Skoda's success by taking on some of the Czech company's work in Germany and make the lower-cost stablemate pay more for shared technology, company sources have said.

  • Exclusive: VW seeks to curb competition from Skoda - sources
    Reuters14 days ago

    Exclusive: VW seeks to curb competition from Skoda - sources

    Volkswagen managers and unions are seeking to curb competition from lower-cost stablemate Skoda, move some of its production to Germany and make the Czech brand pay more for shared technology, company sources told Reuters. As VW struggles to cut jobs and spending at German factories and turn the page on dieselgate, Skoda's superior car reviews and profitability have intensified the brands' rivalry within the Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) empire. VW now wants to reduce what it sees as Skoda's unfair advantages - combining German technology with cheaper labour - and reaffirm the top-selling brand's primacy ahead of a wave of new electric car launches, the sources said.

  • Reuters14 days ago

    Exclusive: Volkswagen seeks to curb competition from Skoda - sources

    Volkswagen managers and unions are seeking to curb competition from lower-cost stablemate Skoda, move some of its production to Germany and make the Czech brand pay more for shared technology, company sources told Reuters. As VW struggles to cut jobs and spending at German factories and turn the page on dieselgate, Skoda's superior car reviews and profitability have intensified the brands' rivalry within the Volkswagen empire. VW now wants to reduce what it sees as Skoda's unfair advantages - combining German technology with cheaper labour - and reaffirm the top-selling brand's primacy ahead of a wave of new electric car launches, the sources said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus14 days ago

    BORSE EUROPA in calo, pesa crisi catalana

    LONDRA, 4 ottobre - INDICI ORE 12,12 VAR % CHIUS. 2016 EUROSTOXX50 3587,08 -0,52 3290,52 STOXX EUROPE 600 389,64 -0,28 361,42 STOXX BANCHE 187,18 -1,16 170,27 STOXX OIL&GAS 305,87 -0,71 322,47 STOXX ASSICURAZIONI ...

  • VW's SUV revolution is the key to its new-found success in the US
    Business Insider15 days ago

    VW's SUV revolution is the key to its new-found success in the US

    Volkswagen's SUV revolution is taking hold. The automaker said US sales rose 33.2% in September...

  • The Wall Street Journal15 days ago

    [$$] China, With Methodical Discipline, Conjures a Market for Electric Cars

    Nearly half of all plug-in vehicles are sold in China, driven by multiple subsidies and regulations, creating a giant test bed for local design and technology. Global vehicle makers are accelerating their ...

  • Volkswagen Withdraws Ducati Sale Amid Unions’ Opposition
    Bloomberg18 days ago

    Volkswagen Withdraws Ducati Sale Amid Unions’ Opposition

    Volkswagen AG halted the possible sale of its Ducati motorcycle unit amid persistent opposition from its powerful labor groups, according to an Italian union leader.

  • Volkswagen Withdraws Ducati Sale Amid Unions’ Opposition
    Bloomberg18 days ago

    Volkswagen Withdraws Ducati Sale Amid Unions’ Opposition

    Volkswagen AG halted the possible sale of its Ducati motorcycle unit amid persistent opposition from its powerful labor groups, according to an Italian union leader.

  • The Wall Street Journal18 days ago

    [$$] As Diesel Goes From ‘Darling to Devil,’ European Refiners Try Not to Drown in It

    Europe’s big oil refiners are searching for other uses for roughly $10 billion of investments in diesel as they anticipate falling demand for what was once drivers’ favorite fuel.

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