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Volkswagen AG (VOW3.DE)

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119.74-5.60 (-4.47%)
As of 04:25PM CET. Market open.
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Previous close125.34
Open126.00
Bid119.42 x 207000
Ask119.74 x 63200
Day's range116.38 - 128.18
52-week range97.83 - 143.20
Volume2,053,645
Avg. volume963,631
Market cap65.567B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.27
PE ratio (TTM)4.31
EPS (TTM)27.79
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield8.76 (6.99%)
Ex-dividend date30 May 2024
1y target est142.20
  • Reuters

    Volkswagen expects sales growth to slow in 2024

    FRANKFURT/BERLIN (Reuters) -Volkswagen on Friday said it expects sales growth to slow in 2024, reflecting a weakening economic outlook, increasing competition and higher costs. Europe's top carmaker, which owns brands including Audi, VW and Lamborghini, expects sales to grow by up to 5% in 2024, after reporting a 15.5% increase in revenues last year to 322.3 billion euros ($348.5 billion). Volkswagen's Chief Financial Officer Arno Antlitz sees a "muted economic outlook and intense competition" in 2024 though the carmaker remains confident for the year as a whole.

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  • South China Morning Post

    Volkswagen teams up with Xpeng to develop 2 electric cars as it hopes to regain lost ground in the world's largest EV market

    Volkswagen Group has signed an agreement with Chinese electric car maker Xpeng to jointly develop two mid-sized battery-powered vehicles for the highly competitive mainland market in 2026, the companies announced on Thursday. The new electric vehicles (EVs), bearing the VW badge, will be designed and built based on joint purchasing activities and sharing of technologies that will reduce the development time by more than 30 per cent, the German carmaker said in a statement. The agreement comes af