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Price
Target price
€139.08

€139.08

-1.070%
-1.5
-1.070%
€170.00

€170.00

 
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06.08.20
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31.07.20
€118.00
10.06.20
€155.00
23.04.20
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€180.00
21.04.20
buy
€175.00
16.04.20
buy
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Volkswagen AG VZO Stock

A loss of -1.070% shows a downward development for Volkswagen AG VZO.
Our community is currently high on Volkswagen AG VZO with 14 Buy predictions and 8 Sell predictions.
With a target price of €170.00 there is a positive potential of 22.232% for Volkswagen AG VZO compared to the current price of €139.08.

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DGAP-Adhoc: VOLKSWAGEN AG: Volkswagen AG announces preliminary Q1 2020 results and with¬draws 2020 full-year out¬look due to busi¬ness im¬pacts from covid-19 pandemic

DGAP-Adhoc: VOLKSWAGEN AG: Volkswagen AG announces preliminary Q1 2020 results and with¬draws 2020 full-year out¬look due to busi¬ness im¬pacts from covid-19 pandemic