VLKAY - Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft

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34.46
-0.83 (-2.34%)
As of 1:34PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close35.28
Open34.55
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range34.26 - 34.61
52-week range30.02 - 46.53
Volume192,556
Avg. volume144,448
Market cap88.331B
Beta1.69
PE ratio (TTM)6.63
EPS (TTM)5.20
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date2018-05-04
1y target est49.16
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  • Why Ford and Volkswagen Are Becoming Allies
    Motley Fool44 minutes ago

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  • Trump Trade War: European Union Hits Back With Tariffs, Floats Auto Deal
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  • Ford, Volkswagen Explore Alliance for Commercial Vehicles
    Zacksyesterday

    Ford, Volkswagen Explore Alliance for Commercial Vehicles

    Ford (F) and Volkswagen (VLKAY) mull over forming an alliance on a range of activities, including the development of commercial vehicles.

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    Associated Pressyesterday

    Hyundai Motor, Audi join hands for fuel cell technology

    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Hyundai Motor Group said Wednesday it signed an agreement with Audi AG to jointly develop electronics vehicles powered by fuel cell.

  • Financial Timesyesterday

    [$$] Volkswagen ticks up after forging ‘strategic alliance’ with Ford

    Volkswagen shares ticked up 1.5 per cent on Wednesday after the group announced it was exploring a “strategic alliance” with Ford to build commercial vehicles. In a joint press release published on Tuesday ...

  • VW Is Considering Van Alliance With Ford to Share Costs
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    VW Is Considering Van Alliance With Ford to Share Costs

    Volkswagen AG and Ford Motor Co. are considering a strategic alliance to work together on a range of commercial vehicles, a move that would enable two of the world’s largest automakers to share the burden of meeting tougher environmental rules. Automakers across the globe are exploring ways to share expenses for developing light commercial vehicles, including electrified models, as cities including Paris and Shanghai push to improve air quality. Ford Chief Executive Officer Jim Hackett has his company on a “fitness” campaign to cut $25.5 billion in costs and is seeking partners along the way.

  • Financial Times2 days ago

    [$$] Audi CEO temporarily steps aside after arrest

    Mr Stadler was held in custody for his alleged role in the Volkswagen diesel scandal one week after his home was raided. The arrest, described by two people close to Audi as a “huge surprise” and “completely unexpected by everybody,” made Mr Stadler the highest-ranking executive to be held in custody since the diesel scandal was exposed nearly three years ago.

  • Bloomberg2 days ago

    Volkswagen Names Schot as Interim Audi Chief; Stadler Suspended

    Volkswagen AG named Bram Schot as interim chief at its Audi unit, selecting the luxury brand’s sales chief to replace longtime leader Rupert Stadler following his arrest Monday over his role in VW’s diesel-emissions cheating. The decision, following two days of crisis discussions at Volkswagen’s board, elevates an executive so far untainted by the slow-motion scandal that continues to burn almost three years after the company admitted to rigging emissions test. Stadler, who remains in jail pending testimony he’s scheduled to give this week, asked to be temporarily relieved of his duties, Audi said Tuesday in a statement.

  • VW Names Schot as Interim Audi Chief After Stadler Arrest
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    VW Names Schot as Interim Audi Chief After Stadler Arrest

    Volkswagen AG picked Bram Schot as interim chief at its Audi unit, taking nearly two days to decide after being caught wrong-footed by the surprise arrest of longtime leader Rupert Stadler over his role in the diesel-emissions scandal. Audi accepted a request by Stadler, who remains in custody pending questioning, “to release him from his duties,” according to a statement Tuesday. The deferential wording contrasts with an executive reshuffle in September, which Schot was also part of, that ousted four out of seven management board members without explaining their shortcomings.

  • Volkswagen Chokes on the Fumes of Past Mistakes
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    Volkswagen Chokes on the Fumes of Past Mistakes

    At Volkswagen AG, it gets you promoted. Until his arrest on Monday, Audi chief executive Rupert Stadler had defied any prediction that he might carry the can for the diesel cheating that took place while he was boss. Stadler, who became CEO of the VW unit in 2007, was elevated to a new role overseeing sales across the Volkswagen group as recently as April.

  • Bloomberg2 days ago

    VW Supervisory Board Reconvenes to Pick New Leader for Audi Unit

    Volkswagen AG supervisory board members reconvened Tuesday to pick a new leader for the Audi unit after the unexpected arrest of the brand’s longtime chief, with a plan to resolve the situation later in the day, two people familiar with the deliberations said. Talks late Monday to appoint Audi sales boss Bram Schot as the unit’s interim chief executive officer following the arrest of Rupert Stadler failed to come to an agreement. Stadler was arrested at his home in the early hours of Monday after police tapped his phone.

  • Financial Times3 days ago

    [$$] VW under pressure on governance after Rupert Stadler arrest

    is poorly governed by a supervisory board that lacks both independence and expertise. VW on Tuesday announced a new interim chief executive, Audi board member and sales chief Abraham Schot. Instead, it was based on Mr Stadler’s own request to step down.

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  • What the Arrest of Audi's CEO Means for Volkswagen Stock
    Motley Fool3 days ago

    What the Arrest of Audi's CEO Means for Volkswagen Stock

    Nearly three years after VW admitted cheating on emissions testing, the repercussions of Dieselgate continue to unfold.

  • How the Audi CEO's arrest fits into the VW diesel scandal
    Associated Press3 days ago

    How the Audi CEO's arrest fits into the VW diesel scandal

    BERLIN (AP) — The arrest of the CEO of Volkswagen's Audi division is another milestone in the German automaker's three-year scandal over diesel emissions cheating.

  • VW Executive Tally in VW `Dieselgate' Grows With Stadler Arrest
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    VW Executive Tally in VW `Dieselgate' Grows With Stadler Arrest

    Rupert Stadler’s arrest Monday morning adds to the list of German and U.S.-based executives at Volkswagen AG that have been held, charged, or both over their alleged involvement in the emissions-testing scandal at the carmaker known as Dieselgate. The CEO of VW’s luxury Audi unit is being detained because of the risk he may tamper with evidence, Munich prosecutors said. Here is a rundown of the other high-profile executives arrested or charged by prosecutors on both sides of the Atlantic.

  • VW to Pick Schot as Audi Interim Chief After CEO Arrest
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    VW to Pick Schot as Audi Interim Chief After CEO Arrest

    Volkswagen AG is preparing to name Bram Schot as interim chief at its Audi unit, according to a person familiar with the matter, following the arrest of the luxury brand’s longtime leader Rupert Stadler over his role in VW’s diesel-emissions cheating. Stadler, 55, has been placed on leave after Munich prosecutors took him into custody in the early hours at his home in Ingolstadt, Germany, they said. The arrest took Volkswagen and its investors by surprise.

  • Financial Times3 days ago

    [$$] Audi CEO arrested over diesel cheating scandal

    Audi chief executive Rupert Stadler was arrested on Monday for his alleged role in the Volkswagen Group’s diesel cheating scandal, the company has confirmed. Audi had no further comment on the matter. Mr Stadler, the luxury carmaker’s CEO since 2007 and a VW Group board member since 2010, is the highest sitting executive to be taken into custody since the decade-long diesel cheating scandal was exposed by US regulators nearly three years ago.

  • VW Stakeholders Fail to Select New Audi Chief in 6-Hour Meeting
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    VW Stakeholders Fail to Select New Audi Chief in 6-Hour Meeting

    Volkswagen AG’s board was unable to agree on a new leader for its Audi unit after more than six hours of debate Monday, with some members balking at making a hasty choice after the unexpected arrest of the brand’s longtime chief. Plans by VW stakeholders to quickly appoint Audi sales boss Bram Schot as the unit’s interim chief executive officer following the arrest of Rupert Stadler encountered resistance at a meeting of supervisory board members, and it’s unclear when the situation will be resolved, according to people familiar with the matter. “The supervisory board members of VW and Audi haven’t reached a decision yet today and continue to explore the situation,” the automaker said in an emailed statement late Monday.

  • Financial Times4 days ago

    [$$] Audi chief Rupert Stadler faces being forced to step down

    Rupert Stadler is likely to be forced to step down for the time being from his position as chief executive of Audi, the luxury arm of German carmaker Volkswagen , following his arrest on Monday morning, ...

  • Financial Times4 days ago

    [$$] Audi chief Stadler expected to be replaced by interim CEO

    Rupert Stadler is likely to be forced to step down, for the time being, from his position as chief executive of Audi, according to two people familiar with the situation following his arrest on Monday morning. The board is expected to vote on the issue today, with Audi boardmember and sales chief Abraham Schot lined up to become interim CEO, two people said and as also reported by German weekly Der Spiegel. Mr Schot, who joined the VW Group from Mercedes-Benz Italia in 2011, was appointed an Audi boardmember last September.

  • Prosecutor: VW responsible as a whole for diesel scandal
    Associated Press7 days ago

    Prosecutor: VW responsible as a whole for diesel scandal

    BERLIN (AP) — German prosecutors say that automaker Volkswagen as a whole is responsible for the 2015 diesel emissions cheating scandal, a day after the company said it would accept a one-billion euro fine (1.18 billion dollars).