|Bid||0.00 x 207000|
|Ask||0.00 x 63200|
|Day's range||132.35 - 135.85|
|52-week range||110.60 - 156.55|
|PE ratio (TTM)||11.01|
|Earnings date||27 Jul 2017|
|Dividend & yield||2.25 (1.36%)|
|1y target est||N/A|
This was supposed to be the year Volkswagen drew a line under its diesel-emissions scandal. Instead the scandal seems to be spreading to the other German car giants.
Uwe Hueck, head of Porsche's works council and a member of VW's supervisory board, had given an interview with Bild am Sonntag newspaper in which he called for Audi managers to be dismissed over statements made about the brand's diesel engines. "The comments of Uwe Hueck are anything but helpful," VW chief Mueller told Heilbronner Stimme.
Owners of Volkswagen cars affected by the diesel emissions scandal who refuse to get an engine software update will have their vehicles de-registered, Focus Online reported, citing documents of Germany's KBA motor vehicle watchdog. Volkswagen (VW) has recalled about 11 million vehicles worldwide that were fitted with software capable of cheating emissions tests after its diesel scandal broke in September 2015. Nearly two years later, almost 5.5 million of the 8.5 million affected models in Europe have been retrofitted, including 1.8 million cars in VW's German home market.