Archive for Tag: Volkswagen Shares

VOLKSWAGEN AG WEEKLY Technical Analysis – 22 February 2022

VOLKSWAGEN AG Technical Analysis: Weekly Chart In the weekly charts, VOLKSWAGEN AG is trading in the down channel. It is trading above 100 days SMA & below 20 and 50 days SMA. The immediate support is 241.39 & the resistance level is at 256.17. VOLKSWAGEN AG is trading in...

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Top 5 Stocks To Watchout and Trade Today – November 09, 2021

1.ADIDAS:-German sportswear company Adidas pared full-year sales and profit forecasts on Wednesday, citing sourcing disruptions and a tough market environment in China after third-quarter results missed analyst expectations. Adidas reported third-quarter sales up a currency-neutral 3% year on year at 5.752 billion euros ($6.65 billion) while operating profit fell...

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TOP 5 STOCKS TO WATCHOUT & TRADE TODAY – SEPTEMBER 23, 2021

1.VOLKSWAGEN: Software Volkswagen AG used to alter pollutant emissions based on the outside temperature and altitude is illegal and cannot be justified by its role in protecting the engine, an adviser to the EU’s top court said on Thursday. The finding, if confirmed by the Court of Justice of...

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Top 5 Stocks To Watchout & Trade Today – July 23, 2021

1.INTEL : Intel  stock was down 1.7% in Friday’s premarket trading following a disappointing forecast for the ongoing financial year that hinted at ongoing loss of market share in providing data centers with silicon chips. and chief executive Pat Gelsinger’s comments indicating a stretched period for chip shortages. The company...

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Top 5 Stocks To Watchout & Trade Today – July 02, 2021

1.VOLKSWAGEN:Volkswagen of America said it sold more than 211,000 cars in the first half of 2021, its highest level for the period in nearly 50 years, and is on pace to sell more than 400,000 this year, Chief Executive and President Scott Keogh said in a media briefing on...

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Volkswagen expects chips shortage to ease in Q3

Volkswagen (DE:VOWG) is trading up 0.03% at 367.80 Volkswagen (DE:VOWG)expects a shortage in semiconductor supply to ease in the third quarter but sees the bottlenecks continuing in the long-term, a board member told Handelsblatt newspaper. “At the moment we have reached the lowest point. We are facing the toughest...

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