VW share: Second consecutive day big gains

VW share: Second consecutive day big gains

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VW share: Second consecutive day big profits - Dax can not compete with VW VW share: Second consecutive day big profits - Dax can not compete with VW

VW share: Second consecutive day big profits – Dax can not compete with VW

Source: dpa-infocom GmbH

VW is in the group of 5 Dax winner with plus 1.62 percent.

Dhe Lower Saxon car manufacturer quoted at the close of trading on the stock market at € 143.32, while the previous day's closing price was only € 141.00. For the Stuttgart-based car manufacturer Daimler, a competitor from the Dax, it was down 0.33 percent, to 55.20 euros. For VW, this strong profit comes as a turnaround after the downtrend of the last few days.

As the Dax today moved up 0.31 percent, VW ended trading today with an increase of 1.62% in the upper third of the Dax in third place. The stock of the Lower Saxony car manufacturer is currently 32.22 percent below the 52 Week high, which was 189.50 euros. The 52-week low was 135.68 euros.

On a turnover of 6.17 million euros, the stock came to the close. Securities valued at just € 4.80 million were traded at the same time on the previous trading day.

All freely available VW shares currently have a value of around 86,943.22 million euros. This takes into account the market capitalization of the Lower Saxony car manufacturer with 2.98% weight in index formation. The highest market value in the DAX currently has SAP.

In the 2017 financial year VW achieved a turnover of 230.7 billion euros and a profit (net) of 11.4 billion euros. At the end of December 2017, the company had around 642,292 employees worldwide (source: data driven news).

Data: Tradegate Exchange / As of: Sunday, September 16, 2018, 09:35

This article was created automatically. Data from our partner Tradegate Exchange are analyzed and evaluated in a stock exchange report.

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