Volkswagen AG Company Profile (OTCMKTS:VLKAY)

Analyst Ratings

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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DateFirmActionRatingPrice TargetActions
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
5/3/2016DZ Bank AGReiterated RatingSellView Rating Details  Tweet This Rating  Share This Rating on StockTwits
4/27/2016Barclays PLCUpgradeEqual Weight -> OverweightView Rating Details  Tweet This Rating  Share This Rating on StockTwits
3/15/2016Goldman Sachs Group Inc.Reiterated RatingSellView Rating Details  Tweet This Rating  Share This Rating on StockTwits
2/24/2016Berenberg BankReiterated RatingBuyView Rating Details  Tweet This Rating  Share This Rating on StockTwits
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 Suisse Group AGReiterated 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
9/23/2015NatixisDowngradeBuy -> NeutralView Rating Details  Tweet This Rating  Share This Rating on StockTwits
9/18/2015Deutsche Bank AGDowngradeBuy -> HoldView Rating Details  Tweet This Rating  Share This Rating on StockTwits
4/27/2015Evercore ISIUpgradeBuyView Rating Details  Tweet This Rating  Share This Rating on StockTwits
1/12/2015Bank of America Corp.DowngradeNeutral -> 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 7/29/2014 forward)

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Headlines

Latest Headlines for Volkswagen AG (OTCMKTS:VLKAY)
DateHeadline
07/29/16 10:11 AMVolkswagen's (VLKAY) Q2 2016 Results - Earnings Call Transcript - Seeking Alpha
07/29/16 07:35 AMVolkswagen US Sales Collapse Almost 11% in July -
07/29/16 04:48 AMVW says regrets Washington decision to pursue $176 million fine - [Reuters] - Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) said on Friday it regretted the Washington Department of Ecology's decision to fine it $176 million over its emissions scandal, saying the move ran counter to efforts to resolve U.S. consumer claims collectively. Volkswagen (VW) has sought a comprehensive national resolution in the United States of all environmental issues arising from its emissions test cheating scandal. As part of these efforts, VW has agreed to buy back or modify affected vehicles, create a $2.7-billion environmental trust and invest $2 billion on infrastructure for zero-emission vehicles.
07/29/16 04:47 AMVolkswagen says regrets Washington decision to pursue $176 million fine -
07/28/16 10:01 PMPorsche to create more than 1,700 jobs - [AAP] - Porsche will boost the number of jobs for its first all-electric model by more than half from previous targets as part of parent Volkswagen's (VW) push to overcome its emissions scandal by embracing zero-emission cars and digital services. Porsche, the No. 2 contributor to VW group profit, plans to create at least 1,400 jobs to develop, build and sell the battery-powered Mission E, a rival to Tesla's Model S, that is due to roll off the assembly line at its Zuffenhausen base in 2019, it said on Tuesday. Another 350 digital experts are to be hired at a Porsche unit specifically set up to develop mobility concepts and uncover new business areas, it said, reflecting a transformation also underway at VW's luxury brand Audi.
07/28/16 10:32 AMVolkswagen earnings beat despite emissions scandal
07/28/16 10:31 AMDetroit Auto Show Loses Volkswagen’s Porsche (VLKAY)
07/28/16 10:31 AMVolkswagen Earnings Preview: Amid Scandal Blues, Expect Margin To Be Hit By Added Expenses
07/28/16 09:15 AMVW suppliers are kidding themselves if they think the pain is over -
07/28/16 09:04 AMVolkswagen eyes higher 2016 car sales on China, Europe demand - [Reuters] - Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) this year expects to increase group vehicle sales slightly beyond the 9.93 million cars it delivered in 2015, sales chief Fred Kappler said. Strong demand in China, Volkswagen's (VW) largest market, and Western Europe may drive sales beyond last year's total, Kappler said on Thursday during a conference call. The comments are more upbeat than guidance published at the end of April when VW predicted full-year deliveries to be on a par with 2015 levels.
07/28/16 05:57 AMVolkswagen Reports 56% Drop in After-Tax Profit - Wall Street Journal - Wall Street JournalVolkswagen Reports 56% Drop in After-Tax ProfitWall Street JournalBERLIN— Volkswagen AG VLKAY 2.69 % shares fell in early trade on Thursday after the car maker reported a 56% drop in after-tax profit in the three months to the end of June, hit by rising financial costs as the company struggles to move past its ...VW brand Q2 profit falls 12% on emissions scandal effectsAutomotive NewsVW Brand Was Less Profitable as Cuts Fail to Stem Crisis FalloutBloombergVW sees second quarter profit halved after emissions scandalAppeal-DemocratNew York Times -Reuters -TheStreet.com -Claims Journalall 69 news articles »
07/27/16 10:19 AMVolkswagen Gets Initial Approval of $14.7 Billion Settlement With US Drivers - Wall Street Journal
07/26/16 07:41 PMU.S. Judge Gives Initial Nod to Volkswagen’s $10 Billion Emissions Scandal Settlement
07/26/16 06:00 PMVW's $14.7 billion diesel U.S. emissions settlement clears hurdle -
07/26/16 01:16 PMUPDATE 2-U.S. judge grants preliminary approval for VW diesel emissions settlement - WASHINGTON, July 26 (Reuters) - A federal judge on Tuesday granted preliminary approval for a $10 billion settlement in which Volkswagen AG will offer to buy back up to 475,000 polluting 2.0 liter...
07/26/16 10:23 AMPorsche to create more than 1,400 jobs for electric car -
07/26/16 10:19 AMVolkswagen plans to offer new fix proposal for 3.0 liter vehicles: Justice Department - [Reuters] - Volkswagen AG plans to offer a new proposal to fix 85,000 polluting 3.0 liter vehicles after regulators rejected an earlier plan, a Justice Department lawyer said Tuesday. Earlier this month, the California ...
07/25/16 07:20 PMVolkswagen may be nearing agreement over U.S. recall
07/25/16 01:06 PMVolkswagen's 'Dieselgate' Problems Far From Over -
07/25/16 09:15 AMThe Wall Street Journal: Volkswagen may be nearing agreement over U.S. recall - Volkswagen AG may be close to an agreement with U.S. environmental officials over a recall of nearly 500,000 diesel-powered vehicles that were rigged to cheat on emissions tests.
07/25/16 06:18 AMEU working with consumer groups to pressure Volkswagen for compensation - [Reuters] - BRUSSELS/BERLIN (Reuters) - Europe's Commissioner for Justice is working with EU consumer groups to pressure Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) to compensate clients in Europe as it has in the United States over the diesel emissions scandal. The German carmaker has pledged up to $15.3 billion to compensate 475,000 owners of VW diesel-powered cars, but has so far rejected such calls for the 8.5 million affected vehicles in Europe, where different legal rules weaken the chances of winning a pay out. Instead, it is implementing a technical fix approved by regulators to remove illicit software that cheated emissions tests, saying this meant car owners in Europe would not suffer a loss of value.
07/22/16 03:55 PMAPNewsBreak: Volkswagen has emissions-cheating fix ready -
07/22/16 09:06 AMVolkswagen halts sales of most vehicles in S.Korea ahead of ministry review -
07/22/16 09:05 AMVolkswagen halts sales of most vehicles in South Korea ahead of ministry review - [Reuters] - SEOUL/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - German carmaker Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) will suspend sales of most of its models in South Korea from July 25 as pressure builds on the company over its falsified emissions tests. South Korea is the latest country forcing Volkswagen to take drastic measures to repair its image since the carmaker admitted to cheating U.S. diesel emissions tests and said that up to 11 million vehicles worldwide could be fitted with illegal software. "We have decided to suspend sales of the affected models to reduce confusion among dealers and customers," a spokesman for Volkswagen's South Korean business said.
07/21/16 07:30 PMComing SUV to Represent a Shift in Volkswagen Culture - Wall Street Journal
07/21/16 06:54 PMComing SUV to Represent a Shift in Volkswagen Culture -
07/20/16 08:13 PMVolkswagen shares soar after buoyant earnings update
07/20/16 08:13 PMSouth Korean Regulator Considering Filing Criminal Charges Against Volkswagen Executives
07/20/16 08:13 PMAre Analysts Bullish Volkswagen AG (ADR) (OTCMKTS:VLKAY) After Last Week? - Consumer Eagle
07/20/16 10:00 AMVolkswagen Shrugs Off Emissions Scandal to Report Best Ever Quarterly Profit - Wall Street Journal
07/20/16 09:20 AMMass. AG's lawsuit seeks millions from VW for threatening public health -
07/20/16 08:58 AMMaryland, two other states sue Volkswagen -
07/20/16 08:46 AM[$$] Volkswagen: From Despair to Euphoria -
07/19/16 11:36 PMThe Wall Street Journal: Scale of Volkswagen’s emissions cheating was immense, lawsuit says - Volkswagen AG’s emissions cheating spanned more than a decade and arose from deliberate efforts by dozens of employees to mislead regulators and consumers about diesel-powered vehicles, according to a lawsuit from New York’s top law-enforcement official.
07/19/16 07:02 PMVW Emissions Cheating Ran Deep and Wide, State Alleges -
07/19/16 04:50 PMLawsuits: VW employees tried to cover up emissions cheating -
07/19/16 03:47 PMThree U.S. states sue Volkswagen, say execs covered up diesel cheating - Senior executives at Volkswagen AG covered up evidence that the German automaker had cheated on U.S. diesel emissions tests for years, three U.S. states charged in civil lawsuits.
07/19/16 09:40 AMNew York alleges in lawsuit VW execs covered up diesel cheating - WASHINGTON, July 19 (Reuters) - Senior executives at Volkswagen AG including its former chief executive covered up evidence that the German automaker had cheated on U.S. diesel emissions tests for...
07/19/16 08:04 AM3 U.S. States to File Lawsuits Tuesday Over VW Diesel Pollution Cheat
07/19/16 08:04 AM3 US States to File Lawsuits Tuesday Over VW Diesel Pollution Cheat - Fortune
07/19/16 05:34 AMTruckmakers Get Record $3.24 Billion EU Fine for Cartel -
07/19/16 04:00 AMEven After Recall, VW’s Dirty Diesels Won’t Meet Air Standards -
07/19/16 12:19 AMAudi favors electric cars, services in new strategy - sources -
07/18/16 06:36 AMVolkswagen pledges to compensate dealers - Seeking Alpha
07/18/16 06:36 AMNext Weeks Broker Price Targets For Volkswagen AG (VLKAY) - Fiscal Standard
07/17/16 06:29 PMVW Vows to Compensate Dealers for Tainted Diesels
07/17/16 04:58 PMVolkswagen promises U.S. dealers restitution within a month -WSJ - July 17 (Reuters) - Volkswagen AG executives in the United States have promised restitution within a month for American franchise dealers damaged by the carmaker's diesel scandal, the Wall Street...
07/16/16 06:24 PM30-60% Upside Is Hiding In Volkswagen For Long-Term Investors
07/15/16 06:07 PMVW’s Dealers Fume While Waiting for Diesel-Car Fix
07/15/16 01:57 PMGuide to the Volkswagen Emissions Recall -

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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: Auto/Tires/Trucks
  • Industry: N/A
  • Sub-Industry: N/A
  • Exchange: OTCMKTS
  • Symbol: VLKAY
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Key Metrics:
  • Previous Close: $29.23
  • 50 Day Moving Average: $28.48
  • 200 Day Moving Average: $28.62
  • P/E Ratio: N/A
  • P/E Growth: 0.25
  • Market Cap: $74.07B
  • Beta: 1.9
  • Current Year EPS Consensus Estimate: $4.71 EPS
  • Next Year EPS Consensus Estimate: $3.53 EPS
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