|Daily Range||$25.00 - $25.37|
|52-Week Range||$22.71 - $52.87|
|Dividend (Yield)||$0.00 (3.0%)|
|Average Daily Volume||399,700|
|Current FY EPS||$2.21|
News & Commentary
The chief of VW's planned settlement fund said in an interview that compensation for VW diesel owners would be "generous." But he can't start paying out settlements until VW and the Feds agree on a recall plan.
It's not a Mercedes, BMW, Audi, or a Porsche. And it will shock you. Read on:
Volkswagen's woes continued, while Toyota and Ford tumbled due to weak car sales.
In a terse statement on Friday, the embattled German automaker said that it would delay reporting its fourth quarter and full-year 2015 earnings to an unspecified future date. Here's the likely reason behind that announcement.
After a big restructuring effort, Ford Europe turned its first profit in four years in 2015. But instead of declaring victory, CEO Mark Fields has ordered more restructuring, including job cuts. What's the story?
GM sold a lot of high-profit trucks and SUVs during the fourth quarter, and not just in the United States. But there's more to GM's very good 2015 story, as CEO Mary Barra positions the General for a strong future.
With their brand tarnished by a global emissions cheating scandal -- and with no diesel VWs to sell for now -- Volkswagen's U.S. dealers had a tough month in January.
GM is set to report its fourth-quarter and full-year 2015 earnings on Wednesday, Feb. 3. Here's a look at how things are likely to shape up for the General.
Shares of the German auto giant fell in a broad-based selloff of auto stocks in January. Is Volkswagen now a bargain, or is it cheap for good reason?
The prime minster of the German state that owns a big chunk of VW is demanding a complete report on the diesel-emissions mess within three months. Will VW comply?