In this section of the page, you will find all the information you need to understand how Volkswagen (VOW) dividends work. In addition, you will be able to consult the payment date, the ex-dividend date, the last day to be entitled to the payment, the money to be received per share, the yield and any other doubts that may arise.
There is no upcoming dividend defined for Volkswagen.
There is no set last day on which buying Volkswagen shares generates the possibility of earning dividends.
Volkswagen distributed 8.7 euros per share in the form of a dividend on May 15, 2023.
Volkswagen AG. participates in the stock market in several European countries, mainly in Germany and in America in the United States and Mexico, being recognized with the stock exchange denomination VOW, started with a dividend policy in 2000, registering a history of more than twenty years of compliance without any interruption.
The approved amount is variable, although there has been a substantial increase in the 2023 period, and this interest is usually paid in one installment in May, although there may be slight delays, reaching a yield of 6.92%.
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Payout Ratio Volkswagen Dividends
Dividend calendar of Volkswagen
There is no Dividend Calendar of Volkswagen defined for 2023.
Historical annual dividend yields of Volkswagen
Dividend yield of Volkswagen vs. the sector
Dividend yield history in Volkswagen
Dividend history of Volkswagen
In this table you can see the dividend history of Volkswagen:
|2023||05/11/2023||8.7 €||8.7 €|
|2021||07/23/2021||4.8 €||4.8 €|
|2020||10/01/2020||4.8 €||4.8 €|
|2019||05/15/2019||4.8 €||4.8 €|
|2018||05/04/2018||3.9 €||3.9 €|
|2017||05/11/2017||2. €||2 €|
|2016||06/23/2016||0.11 €||0.11 €|
|2015||05/06/2015||4.8 €||4.8 €|
|2014||05/14/2014||4. €||4 €|
|2013||04/26/2013||3.5 €||3.5 €|
|2012||04/20/2012||3. €||3 €|
|2011||05/04/2011||2.2 €||2.2 €|
|2010||04/23/2010||1.6 €||1.6 €|
|2009||04/24/2009||1.93 €||1.93 €|
|2008||04/25/2008||1.8 €||1.8 €|
|2007||04/20/2007||1.25 €||1.25 €|
|2006||05/04/2006||1.15 €||1.15 €|
|2005||04/22/2005||1.05 €||1.05 €|
|2004||04/23/2004||1.05 €||1.05 €|
|2003||04/25/2003||1.3 €||1.3 €|
|2002||04/17/2002||1.3 €||1.3 €|
|2001||06/08/2001||1.2 €||1.2 €|
|2000||05/24/2000||0.77 €||0.77 €|
Volkswagen dividend capture strategy
Information about Volkswagen
Volkswagen AG is a German automobile manufacturer with a global presence and is considered one of the most important in the world. It owns several brands such as Porsche, Audi, Bugatti, Lamborghini, Bentley Motors Limited, Ducati, Škoda, SEAT, as well as the truck manufacturers Scania and MAN.
It was founded in 1937 by Ferdinand Porsche with the support of the German Labor Front, marketing its first vehicle, the Beetle, getting its name from the German translation "people's car", starting mass production from 1945, achieving acceptance in both Europe and America from 1950 and discontinued in 1996, while the company continued with the production of other products such as sedan, changing its model to vehicles with traction, placing the four-cylinder engine at the front and water-cooled in 1969.
Since then it has complied with a strategy of buying shares in various companies in the sector, which has made it an important group, with control of many recognized brands, however, many others have resisted as in the case of Suzuki in 2015 which required an international arbitration in which Volkswagen had to return the shares it had acquired from that company.
The group has 45 factories located in 21 countries, with headquarters in Germany and assembly centers in Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Peru, the United States, Belgium, the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, Portugal, France, Slovakia, Hungary, India, Malaysia, Poland, Israel, the Czech Republic, Russia, China and South Africa, with customers in 153 countries through its various offices and subsidiaries.
Frequently asked questions about Volkswagen dividends
Volkswagen pays dividends on a Annual basis.
Volkswagen is listed on the Bolsa de Fráncfort and is part of the DAX40.
Volkswagen has the Ticker or stock code VOW.
Volkswagen belongs to the Cyclical Consumer Products sector and the Auto Manufacturers industry.
The CEO of Volkswagen in 2023 is Dr. Oliver Blume.
At this moment, the value of a Volkswagen share is 120.00€.
Volkswagen does not have a growing dividend program. Dividends have not shown a steady growth in the last 5 years.