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Volkswagen AG (VOW.DE)

XETRA - XETRA Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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281.00-7.00 (-2.43%)
At close: 5:43PM CEST
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Previous Close288.00
Bid278.20 x N/A
Ask278.80 x N/A
Day's Range277.60 - 289.80
52 Week Range123.90 - 357.40
Avg. Volume183,475
Market Cap128.824B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.51
PE Ratio (TTM)16.90
EPS (TTM)16.62
Earnings DateOct. 29, 2020
Forward Dividend & Yield4.80 (1.67%)
Ex-Dividend DateOct. 01, 2020
1y Target Est195.40
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    Tesla offered Herbert Diess CEO job in 2015 - Business Insider

    Tesla offered Herbert Diess the job of chief executive in 2015 before he left BMW for Volkswagen, Business Insider reported on Tuesday, without citing where it obtained the information. The report said that Tesla had already sent a contract to Diess - an admirer of the U.S. electric carmaker and its boss Elon Musk - who instead joined Volkswagen as a management board member on July 1, 2015 after serving as board member in charge of production at BMW.

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    VW must repay customers who took loans on rigged diesels, says court

    Volkswagen must fully compensate customers who took out loans to buy diesel cars that were discovered to be fitted with devices to cheat emissions tests, a German court has ruled. The Federal Court of Justice in Karlsruhe on Tuesday dismissed the German carmaker's appeal and said it has to pay 3,300 euros ($3,926) to a customer who bought one of its diesel cars in 2013, including interest payments on the loan. "The buyer must be provided for as if the purchase had not happened," judge Stephan Seiters said.

  • Volkswagen clinches wage deal with Germany's IG Metall union

    Volkswagen clinches wage deal with Germany's IG Metall union

    Europe's largest carmaker Volkswagen has agreed a wage deal with Germany's most powerful union for 120,000 employees, representing 18% of its workforce, it said on Tuesday. The deal with IG Metall, struck after 14 hours of negotiations in what was the fifth round of talks, will see salaries rise by 2.3% from January 2022. "We have reached a wage agreement that is both proportionate and reasonable and that reflects the particularly challenging environment since the start of the pandemic," Arne Meiswinkel, Volkswagen's chief collective bargaining negotiator, said.