|Bid||143.08 x 207000|
|Ask||143.04 x 63200|
|Day's range||141.64 - 144.02|
|52-week range||131.30 - 245.45|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.42|
|PE ratio (TTM)||4.03|
|Earnings date||14 Mar 2022 - 18 Mar 2022|
|Forward dividend & yield||7.56 (5.16%)|
|Ex-dividend date||13 May 2022|
|1y target est||233.25|
Germany's Volkswagen AG is exploring a partnership to supply electric components to Indian automaker Mahindra and Mahindra, the companies said on Thursday. Volkswagen and Mahindra are evaluating the scope of the collaboration and expect to finalise the supply agreement by the end of 2022, they said. Mahindra is building a ground-up electric vehicle (EV) platform called "Born Electric", in which it plans to use components such as electric motors, battery system parts and battery cells sourced from Volkswagen.
It appears the the EV (electrical vehicle) wave is building here in the U.S. New data from Experian Automotive, the data collection company’s auto data arm, is showing new auto registrations for EVs have jumped 60% from a year ago in the first quarter, and have hit an all-time high of 4.6% of the overall market.
Czech carmaker Skoda, owned by Germany's Volkswagen, is confident that its parent will take a decision on its fourth large battery factory in Europe by 2023 at the latest, a management board member said. Wolfsburg-based Volkswagen in October said it planned to decide in the first half of 2022 on the location for a planned battery cell plant in eastern Europe, which would be the fourth under its plan to build six such sites across Europe by the end of the decade. "The decision will be taken in Wolfsburg in Germany," Michael Oeljeklaus, Skoda's management board member for production and logistics, said.