Volkswagen AG Net Income 2006-2019 | VWAGY

Volkswagen AG annual/quarterly net income history and growth rate from 2006 to 2019. Net income can be defined as company's net profit or loss after all revenues, income items, and expenses have been accounted for.
  • Volkswagen AG net income for the quarter ending March 31, 2019 was $3.307B, a 27.79% decline year-over-year.
  • Volkswagen AG net income for the twelve months ending March 31, 2019 was $10.368B, a 19.21% decline year-over-year.
  • Volkswagen AG annual net income for 2018 was $13.968B, a 8.84% increase from 2017.
  • Volkswagen AG annual net income for 2017 was $12.833B, a 125.45% increase from 2016.
  • Volkswagen AG annual net income for 2016 was $5.692B, a 424.24% decline from 2015.
Volkswagen AG Annual Net Income
(Millions of US $)
2018 $13,968
2017 $12,833
2016 $5,692
2015 $-1,756
2014 $14,713
2013 $12,147
2012 $27,930
2011 $21,462
2010 $9,076
2009 $1,339
2008 $6,993
2007 $5,650
2006 $3,455
2005 $1,395
Volkswagen AG Quarterly Net Income
(Millions of US $)
Q1 2019 $3,307
Q3 2018 $3,101
Q2 2018
Q1 2018 $3,959
Q4 2017 $4,580
Q3 2017 $1,247
Q2 2017 $3,442
Q1 2017 $3,565
Q4 2016 $-697
Q3 2016 $2,541
Q2 2016 $1,305
Q1 2016 $2,544
Q4 2015 $-5,925
Q3 2015 $-1,926
Q2 2015 $2,954
Q1 2015 $3,201
Q4 2014 $2,645
Q3 2014 $3,726
Q2 2014 $4,269
Q1 2014 $3,316
Q4 2013 $3,232
Q3 2013 $2,556
Q2 2013 $3,756
Q1 2013 $2,639
Q4 2012 $2,179
Q3 2012 $14,612
Q2 2012 $7,207
Q1 2012 $4,181
Q4 2011 $3,289
Q3 2011 $9,881
Q2 2011 $6,723
Q1 2011 $2,327
Q4 2010 $4,210
Q3 2010 $2,714
Q2 2010 $1,596
Q1 2010 $558
Q4 2009 $336
Q3 2009 $246
Q2 2009 $385
Q1 2009 $344
Q4 2008 $1,237
Q3 2008 $1,750
Q2 2008 $2,568
Q1 2008 $1,392
Q4 2007 $1,791
Q3 2007 $889
Q2 2007 $1,643
Q1 2007 $969
Q4 2006 $1,953
Q3 2006 $29
Q2 2006 $859
Q1 2006 $393
Q4 2005 $543
Q3 2005 $340
Q2 2005 $420
Q1 2005 $92
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Auto/Tires/Trucks Auto Manufacturers - Foreign $99.858B $278.540B
VOLKSWAGEN-ADR is the largest automobile manufacturer in Europe. Their activities focus on the automotive market and they offer products and services along the entire automotive value chain. With nine independent brands, they are able to offer a unique range of models from the extremely efficient 3-litre car to the great sporting tradition of Bentley. While each of the brands has a distinct personality, it also benefits from its membership of the Volkswagen Group with its global manufacturing base
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