|Daily Range||$22.71 - $23.13|
|52-Week Range||$22.71 - $52.87|
|Dividend (Yield)||$0.00 (3.4%)|
|Average Daily Volume||1,295,411|
|Current FY EPS||$5.30|
News & Commentary
Wednesday marked the 12th day since the EPA shook the world with allegations that Volkswagen had been cheating on emissions tests for years, and we still don’t know who at VW was responsible -- or why.
Volkswagen announced an "action plan" on Tuesday. But so far, the plan is short on some key specifics, as VW scrambles to come up with a solution that will placate outraged governments around the world.
It seems certain that the tally for Volkswagen's massive emissions-testing scandal will run into the billions. But how many billions? That's a question that's still hard to answer.
VW has to repair millions of diesel-powered cars that don't comply with emissions regulations. But fixing them was a problem it couldn't solve back in 2007. That's why it cheated. How quickly will it be able to solve that problem now -- and at what cost?
The VW emissions scandal could be the start of the end of diesel as a viable fuel source for mass-market passenger vehicles.
If early estimates are any indication, it's going to be a pretty terrible sales month for Volkswagen when the month closes.
New VW CEO Matthias Mueller faces a daunting task: guiding the German automotive giant through the consequences of its massive scandal and restoring its good name. Can he do it?
After a rough week, shares of the German luxury-car giant surged in trading on Friday. Here's why.
Auto investors are jittery in the wake of a massive scandal that has engulfed Volkswagen. BMW shares felt their wrath on Thursday.
VW is expected to get a new CEO on Friday. Meanwhile, the consequences of VW's decision to cheat on U.S. emissions tests continue to grow.