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Volkswagen AG (VOW.DE)

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263.60+17.20 (+6.98%)
At close: 05:35PM CET
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Previous close246.40
Bid263.80 x N/A
Ask263.80 x N/A
Day's range248.20 - 264.00
52-week range152.60 - 357.40
Avg. volume50,498
Market cap119.845B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.40
PE ratio (TTM)11.83
EPS (TTM)22.29
Earnings date29 Oct 2020
Forward dividend & yield4.80 (1.79%)
Ex-dividend date23 Jul 2021
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    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. Schmall, who is in charge of technology at Europe's largest carmaker, said in an interview at  the  Reuters Next conference that Volkswagen would seek outside partners to fund it. "We are talking about 25 to 30 billion (euros) ... including the vertical chain of raw materials, not only the factories," the 57-year old said, adding VW would not have to take the lead on funding and was not aiming for a 50/50 investment split.

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  • Reuters

    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. According to a copy of his speech from a meeting over the last week, seen by Reuters, Diess said negotiations with unions were going well, and hailed the company's progress on everything from beating U.S. competitors on autonomous driving to boosting sales in China. VW was past the worst of the supply chain crisis that has hit production this year, he added, with volumes starting to rise and next year's outlook improving.