Volkswagen may be an even bigger risk for investors, as a key part of its business apart from cars is threatened by the diesel emissions scandal.
Volkwagen's U.S. chief will testify on October 8 before a U.S. congressional oversight panel about the German automaker's emissions cheating scandal.
Gold recovered from two-week lows on Thursday as the dollar lost ground to the euro, but uncertainty ahead of jobs data held prices in a narrow range.
There have been only 1,600 work stoppages from labor disputes in the last decade — compared to twice as many between 1995 and 2004.
Online used car marketplaces are seeing a significant upswing in activity surrounding used Volkswagen diesel vehicles.
If you were wondering how long the Volkswagen scandal would take to make an impact on the firm's top line, sales may already be slipping.
European stocks closed mixed to lower on Thursday, as start-of-quarter enthusiasm petered out among investors and telecom stocks weighed on investor sentiment.
South Korea said Volkswagen's local unit informed the government it could recall about 120,000 vehicles in the country.
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Gold hit its lowest level in two weeks and recorded its biggest quarterly loss in a year on Wednesday, ahead of a Fed decision on interest rates.
European stocks finished sharply higher Wednesday as equity markets rallied globally at the end of a torrid month.
Volkswagen “won’t be the same company” as the emissions scandal unwinds, Wolfgang Schaeuble, German’s austere finance minister, warned on Wednesday.
Telsa Motors delivered the first of its long-awaited Model X electric sports-utility vehicles on Tuesday.
Platinum prices fell below $900 an ounce on Tuesday for the first time since January 2009, hurt by the Volkswagen emissions scandal.
European equities closed in the red on Tuesday, as investors turned negative, despite recoveries in mining, autos and oil prices.
U.S. stock futures pointed to a positive start for Wall Street on Tuesday as commodities recovered slightly.
Glencore and Volkswagen's stock drops may have taken an outsize bite from European markets, Simeon Hyman says.
As the witch hunt begins at the carmaker's Wolfsburg headquarters, officials in Berlin, Paris and London are under fire.
Volkswagen will be dropped from a leading sustainability index next month in the wake of a widening emissions scandal.
After VW shares plummeted on news of its emissions crisis, are investors catching a falling knife or is buying heavily beaten-down stocks viable?