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Volkswagen AG Company Profile (OTCMKTS:VLKAY)

Consensus Ratings for Volkswagen AG (OTCMKTS:VLKAY) (?)
Ratings Breakdown: 5 Sell Rating(s), 4 Hold Rating(s), 6 Buy Rating(s)
Consensus Rating:Hold (Score: 2.07)
Consensus Price Target: $125.00

Analysts' Ratings History for Volkswagen AG (OTCMKTS:VLKAY)
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6/1/2016BNP ParibasUpgradeNeutral -> OutperformView Rating Details  Tweet This Rating  Share This Rating on StockTwits
5/25/2016Citigroup Inc.Reiterated RatingBuyView Rating Details  Tweet This Rating  Share This Rating on StockTwits
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4/27/2016BarclaysUpgradeEqual Weight -> OverweightView Rating Details  Tweet This Rating  Share This Rating on StockTwits
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1/29/2016Nord/LBReiterated RatingSellView Rating Details  Tweet This Rating  Share This Rating on StockTwits
1/5/2016Kepler Capital MarketsUpgradeHold -> BuyView Rating Details  Tweet This Rating  Share This Rating on StockTwits
12/3/2015Morgan StanleyReiterated RatingNeutralView Rating Details  Tweet This Rating  Share This Rating on StockTwits
11/27/2015JPMorgan Chase & Co.Reiterated RatingNeutralView Rating Details  Tweet This Rating  Share This Rating on StockTwits
10/4/2015Credit SuisseReiterated RatingSellView Rating Details  Tweet This Rating  Share This Rating on StockTwits
9/25/2015Sanford C. BernsteinReiterated RatingOutperformView Rating Details  Tweet This Rating  Share This Rating on StockTwits
9/24/2015Bankhaus LampeDowngradeSellView Rating Details  Tweet This Rating  Share This Rating on StockTwits
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4/27/2015Evercore ISIUpgradeBuyView Rating Details  Tweet This Rating  Share This Rating on StockTwits
1/12/2015Bank of AmericaDowngradeNeutral -> UnderperformView Rating Details  Tweet This Rating  Share This Rating on StockTwits
12/10/2014Erste GroupDowngradeHoldView Rating Details  Tweet This Rating  Share This Rating on StockTwits
(Data available from 7/1/2014 forward)
Earnings History for Volkswagen AG (OTCMKTS:VLKAY)
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Dividend History for Volkswagen AG (OTCMKTS:VLKAY)
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Latest Headlines for Volkswagen AG (OTCMKTS:VLKAY)
DateHeadline
06/30/16 06:48 PMVolkswagen out to fix big diesels in emissions scandal -
06/30/16 06:33 PMVolkswagen believes it can fix 85,000 polluting U.S. vehicles - [Reuters] - SAN FRANCISCO/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A lawyer for Volkswagen AG (VOWG_p.DE) said at a court hearing Thursday the German automaker believed it could fix 85,000 polluting 3.0-liter VW, Audi and Porsche diesel cars and SUVs, a move that could help the company avoid a second pricey buyback. Separately, a Justice Department lawyer, Joshua Van Eaton, said talks and tests were being conducted to resolve the fate of those vehicles, which could take months to rectify. At the hearing, U.S. District Judge Charles Breyer did not set a formal deadline to fix those vehicles, but set an Aug. 25 status hearing to get an update.
06/30/16 09:48 AMVolkswagen Agrees to $15.3 Billion Settlement With Justice Department
06/29/16 10:10 PM[$$] Volkswagen: From Dieselgate to Brexit - [at The Wall Street Journal] - Investors desperate for financial clarity now have to factor in the impact of Britain’s vote on the European car market
06/29/16 09:57 PMVolkswagen's diesel settlement will fund range of clean air efforts -
06/29/16 06:10 PMA Volkswagen Compensation Guide for Car Owners (VLKAY) -
06/29/16 01:01 PMDieselgate Just a Bend in the Road for VW -
06/29/16 12:23 PMPorsche CEO bets big on redesigned Panamera model -
06/29/16 11:40 AMVW still long way from drawing line under engine-rigging scandal -
06/29/16 11:39 AMEU commissioner urges VW to compensate drivers for diesel scandal -
06/29/16 11:37 AMEU commissioner urges Volkswagen to compensate drivers for diesel scandal - [Reuters] - BRUSSELS/BERLIN (Reuters) - Europe's Industry Commissioner Elzbieta Bienkowska has called on Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) to also compensate European drivers after the company agreed to pay out up to $15.3 billion in the United States to settle claims over the diesel emissions scandal. Under Volkswagen's (VW) proposed settlement of U.S. civil claims published on Tuesday, the German group has pledged to compensate 475,000 owners of VW diesel-powered cars there, giving them the option to sell their vehicles back to VW or have them fixed. Bienkowska on Wednesday reiterated her call for non-discrimination, saying it would be unfair for VW diesel car owners in Europe to be treated differently just because of a different legal system.
06/29/16 09:43 AMThis chart shows Volkswagen’s ‘generous’ payout for your polluting diesel car -
06/29/16 09:16 AMVolkswagen to Pay Up to $14.7 Billion to Settle Emissions Claims -
06/29/16 07:22 AMThe Morning Download: Microsoft CEO Argues AI, People Can Collaborate - [at The Wall Street Journal] - Microsoft Corp. CEO Satya Nadella steps back from the endless fray to look at the big picture--the really, really big picture--and makes the case that people and artificial intelligence can work together ...
06/29/16 06:25 AMPorsche SE will not sue Volkswagen over emissions scandal: exec - [Reuters] - Volkswagen's majority stakeholder Porsche SE said it has no plans to sue the carmaker for damages over the diesel emissions scandal. Porsche, owner of 52 percent of Volkswagen's voting rights, will not ...
06/28/16 07:05 PMVolkswagen to pay more than US$15B to settle emissions-cheating cases
06/28/16 07:05 PMVW Settles Dieselgate For $15 Billion, But More Shoes To Drop
06/28/16 07:05 PMHow Volkswagen Owners Can Get Compensation From the Emissions Scandal Settlement
06/28/16 07:05 PMVolkswagen Plans $15 Billion Emissions Settlement (VLKAY)
06/28/16 07:05 PMVolkswagen (VLKAY) to Pay $14.7 Billion in Emissions Scandal Settlement
06/28/16 06:54 PMVolkswagen to Pay Up to $14.7 Billion to Settle Diesel-Emissions Claims -
06/28/16 06:06 PMVW to Pay Up to $14.7 Billion to Settle Diesel-Emissions Claims -
06/28/16 05:50 PMVolkswagen diesel deal could be a win for many companies -
06/28/16 06:40 AMVolkswagen's US diesel emissions settlement to cost $15 billion: sources - Reuters - ReutersVolkswagen's US diesel emissions settlement to cost $15 billion: sourcesReutersWASHINGTON Volkswagen AG's (VOWG_p.DE) settlement with nearly 500,000 U.S. customers and government regulators over polluting diesel vehicles is valued at more than $15 billion cash, two sources briefed on the matter said on Monday.Volkswagen to Pay $14.7 Billion to Settle Diesel Claims in USNew York TimesVolkswagen Set For Near $15 Billion Emissions SettlementWall Street JournalThe Final Tally on VW's Diesel Emissions Settlement: $15 BillionNBCNews.comFortune -U.S. News & World Report -Washington Post -Gas 2.0all 156 news articles »
06/28/16 06:30 AMVolkswagen reaches $14.7B emissions settlement
06/27/16 06:55 PMUPDATE 3-Volkswagen's U.S. diesel emissions settlement to cost $15 bln -source - WASHINGTON, June 27 (Reuters) - Volkswagen AG's settlement with nearly 500,000 U.S. diesel owners and government regulators over polluting vehicles is valued at more than $15 billion cash, two...
06/27/16 06:41 PMVolkswagen's U.S. diesel emissions settlement to cost $15 billion: source - [Reuters] - Volkswagen AG's (VOWG_p.DE) settlement with nearly 500,000 U.S. diesel owners and government regulators over polluting vehicles is valued at more than $15 billion cash, two sources briefed on the matter said on Monday. The settlement, to be announced on Tuesday in Washington, includes $10.033 billion to offer buybacks to owners of about 475,000 polluting vehicles and nearly $5 billion in funds to offset excess diesel emissions and boost zero emission vehicles, the sources said. A separate settlement with nearly all U.S. state attorneys general over excess diesel emissions will be announced on Tuesday and is expected to be more than $500 million and will push the total to over $15 billion, a separate source briefed on the matter said.
06/27/16 06:40 PMVolkswagen's U.S. diesel emissions settlement to cost $15 billion - source -
06/26/16 06:17 AMEU commissioner comments on VW compensation - Seeking Alpha
06/26/16 01:03 AMVW should pay Europeans same compensation as US drivers-EU commissioner - BERLIN, June 26 (Reuters) - Volkswagen AG should offer European drivers similar compensation to what the German carmaker is expected to pay U.S. customers, Europe's Industry Commissioner Elzbieta...
06/26/16 12:24 AMVolkswagen should pay Europeans same compensation as U.S. drivers: EU commissioner - BERLIN (Reuters) - Volkswagen AG (VOWG_p.DE) should offer European drivers similar compensation to what the German carmaker is expected to pay U.S. customers, Europe's Industry Commissioner Elzbieta Bienkowska told a newspaper on Sunday. "Volkswagen should ...
06/25/16 10:46 AMVolkswagen to pay diesel owners up to $7000 each, report says
06/24/16 11:19 PM[$$] South Korea Prosecutors Arrest Volkswagen Executive -
06/24/16 07:07 PMRecently Issued Stock Ratings For Volkswagen AG (VLKAY) - Fiscal Standard
06/24/16 09:45 AMVW to pay near $10.2B to settle emissions claims
06/24/16 09:45 AMVW to pay over $10 billion for U.S. emissions scandal: Report
06/24/16 08:30 AMThe Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Volkswagen AG -
06/24/16 05:45 AMNorway's wealth fund says has filed complaint against Volkswagen -
06/23/16 07:28 PMVW to pay over $10 billion for U.S. emissions scandal - [Reuters] - Volkswagen AG (VOWG_p.DE) will pay more than $10 billion to settle claims by nearly 500,000 owners stemming from its U.S. diesel emissions cheating scandal and fund efforts to offset pollution, three sources briefed on the agreement said on Thursday. Owners would also receive the compensation if they choose to have the vehicles repaired, assuming U.S. regulators approve a fix at a later date. As part of the settlements, Volkswagen will to help boost zero emissions vehicles and introduce a program to offset excess diesel pollution from the offending vehicles.
06/23/16 07:27 PMSouth Korea issues arrest warrant for VW executive in emissions probe - prosecution official -
06/23/16 07:26 PMSouth Korea issues arrest warrant for VW executive in emissions probe: prosecution official - [Reuters] - A South Korean court issued an arrest warrant on Friday for a Korea-based Volkswagen AG (VOWG_p.DE) executive in connection with the German automaker's cheating of vehicle emissions tests, a prosecution official said. The arrest warrant is the first to be leveled against a Volkswagen executive anywhere in the world after the firm admitted to using software to fool emissions tests, spurring legal action in the United States, Germany, South Korea and elsewhere. "This is just the beginning of the investigation," the official at the prosecution office said, declining to be named because the investigation was ongoing.
06/23/16 06:48 PMVolkswagen to Pay More Than $10 Billion to Settle Emissions Claims - [at The Wall Street Journal] - Volkswagen agreed to pay more than $10 billion to settle claims from U.S. owners of diesel-powered vehicles affected by the German auto maker’s emissions-cheating scandal.
06/23/16 06:28 PMVW to Pay More Than $10 Billion to Settle Emissions Claims -
06/23/16 04:17 PMVW to pay over $10 billion for U.S. emissions scandal - sources -
06/23/16 04:12 PMVolkswagen: Time to Buy Post-Emissions Scandal? -
06/23/16 03:59 PMVW to pay over $10 billion for U.S. emissions scandal: sources - [Reuters] - Volkswagen AG (VOWG_p.DE) will pay more than $10 billion to settle claims by nearly 500,000 owners stemming from its U.S. diesel emissions cheating scandal and fund efforts to offset pollution, three sources briefed on the agreement said on Thursday. Owners would also receive the compensation if they choose to have the vehicles repaired, assuming U.S. regulators approve a fix at a later date. As part of the settlements, Volkswagen will to help boost zero emissions vehicles and introduce a program to offset excess diesel pollution from the offending vehicles.
06/23/16 03:54 PMVolkswagen to Pay More Than $10 Billion to Settle Emissions Claims - Wall Street Journal - Wall Street JournalVolkswagen to Pay More Than $10 Billion to Settle Emissions ClaimsWall Street JournalVolkswagen AG VLKAY 5.55 % agreed to pay more than $10 billion to settle claims from U.S. owners of diesel-powered vehicles affected by the German auto maker's emissions-cheating scandal, said people familiar with the matter. The proposed deal would ...VW to pay over $10 billion for US emissions scandal: sourceReutersVolkswagen agrees to pay billions to drivers over emissions scandalWashington PostVW settlement would give car owners up to $7000 each, sources sayLos Angeles TimesZacks.com -Forbes -MLive.com -Bloombergall 112 news articles »
06/23/16 03:54 PMVolkswagen (VLKAY) up 5% on $10B Emissions Fraud Settlement -
06/23/16 03:53 PMVW to pay over $10 bln for U.S. emissions scandal - sources - [Reuters - UK Focus] - Volkswagen AG (LSE: 0P6N.L - news) will pay more than $10 billion to settle claims by nearly 500,000 owners stemming from its U.S (Other OTC: UBGXF - news) . As part of the settlements, Volkswagen will to help boost zero emissions vehicles and introduce a program to offset excess diesel pollution from the offending vehicles. Volkswagen and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency declined to comment.
06/23/16 01:30 PMUPDATE 1-VW to pay over $10 bln for U.S. emissions scandal -source - June 23 (Reuters) - Volkswagen AG will pay nearly $10.3 billion to settle claims stemming from its diesel emissions cheating scandal with U.S. regulators, a source briefed on the agreement said on...
About Volkswagen AG

Volkswagen AG logoVolkswagen AG is a Germany-based automobile manufacturer and a carmaker in Europe. The Company develops vehicles and components, and produces and sells vehicles, in particular passenger cars and light commercial vehicles for the passenger cars and commercial vehicles brands. The activities of the Company's Automotive division consists of the development of vehicles and engines, the production and sale of passenger cars, light commercial vehicles, trucks, buses and motorcycles, as well as the genuine parts, large-bore diesel engines, turbomachinery, special gear units, propulsion components and testing systems businesses. Its Financial Services division combines dealer and customer financing, leasing, banking and insurance activities, fleet management and mobility offerings. The Company is a vertically integrated energy company performing electricity generation, sales and distribution together with a subsidiary.

Industry, Sector and Symbol:
  • Sector: Consumer Cyclical
  • Industry: N/A
  • Sub-Industry: N/A
  • Exchange: OTCMKTS
  • Symbol: VLKAY
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Key Metrics:
  • Previous Close: $27.05
  • 50 Day Moving Average: $29.91
  • 200 Day Moving Average: $28.87
  • P/E Ratio: N/A
  • P/E Growth: 0.31
  • Market Cap: $67.80B
  • Current Quarter EPS Consensus Estimate: $3.60 EPS
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