|Bid||125.78 x 207000|
|Ask||125.80 x 63200|
|Day's range||125.12 - 128.20|
|52-week range||112.84 - 193.36|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.32|
|PE ratio (TTM)||3.89|
|Earnings date||14 Mar 2023|
|Forward dividend & yield||7.56 (6.05%)|
|Ex-dividend date||19 Dec 2022|
|1y target est||188.40|
HAMBURG (Reuters) -Volkswagen's energy and charging division is keeping all options open for the long-term structure of the business, including a possible listing, the division's chief Elke Temme said in an interview with Reuters. The division, like all the carmaker's unlisted brands and its battery business PowerCo, is going through the motions of preparing for a listing as a training exercise instituted by Chief Executive Oliver Blume after the carmaker listed sportscar brand Porsche last year. The results of these exercises, which Volkswagen has dubbed 'virtual equity stories', will be presented internally on Thursday, an source who declined to be named told Reuters, with a view to sharing them externally at a capital markets day later this year.
Volkswagen U.S. CEO Pablo Di Si sits down with Yahoo Finance's Pras Subramanian to discuss the automaker's forecasts for supply chain obstacles and EV growth in 2023.
Wolfsburg, Germany-based VW is beating Toyota where it counts these days in the auto market, with EV sales. Volkswagen and its portfolio brands (Audi, Porsche, Bentley, Lamborghini) reported EV deliveries of 572,100 globally, a 26% boost. Stateside in the U.S., Volkswagen of America reported more of the same. VW’s ID.4 electric SUV sold 20,511 units in 2022, up 22.5% year over year. And 2023 sales are trending in the right direction.