Australia markets close in 1 hour 30 minutes

Volkswagen AG (VOW3.DE)

XETRA - XETRA Delayed price. Currency in EUR
Add to watchlist
121.20-0.75 (-0.62%)
At close: 05:35PM CEST
Full screen
Previous close121.95
Bid0.00 x 207000
Ask0.00 x 63200
Day's range119.80 - 121.55
52-week range97.83 - 133.42
Avg. volume1,153,860
Market cap66.393B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.26
PE ratio (TTM)3.80
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield9.06 (7.48%)
Ex-dividend date30 May 2024
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    REFILE-After VW plant victory, UAW sets its sights on Mercedes in Alabama

    The United Auto Workers has made history by winning its first unionization vote at an auto factory in the U.S. South. Now it needs to prove the success wasn't a fluke by pulling off a second victory at a Mercedes plant in Alabama next month. UAW representatives at the VW plant also will have to show their mettle by negotiating a contract that gives workers what they have fought for - better benefits, improved safety on the job and a greater work-life balance.

  • CNN Business

    Volkswagen workers vote overwhelmingly to join the UAW, giving the union a groundbreaking win

    Hourly workers at Volkswagen’s plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee overwhelming voted to join the United Auto Workers late Friday, a major breakthrough in the union’s effort to organize workers at plants nationwide.

  • Yahoo Finance Video

    How UAW, Volkswagen vote could give unions 'leverage'

    The United Auto Workers (UAW) is seeking to expand its unionization efforts beyond the Detroit Big 3 automakers (STLA, GM, F). Workers at Volkswagen's (VOW.DE) plant in Tennessee are voting on unionization, a pivotal moment for the labor organization. Cornell University's Director of Labor Relations, Arthur Wheaton, provides insights into the significance of this development. Wheaton notes that the Volkswagen vote is crucial because if the UAW can increase the number of unionized autoworkers in the United States, "it gives them more leverage at the bargaining table." When asked about the potential impact of the Volkswagen vote on the spread of unionization to other automakers, Wheaton acknowledges that "the reality is it's going to take a lot more work" — cautioning against the expectation that "all of the other plants will immediately get majority people to say yes we want the Union." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance. This post was written by Angel Smith