Apparently, Porsche's investors don't have as much confidence in the recent VW/Porsche alliance as Porsche does. Porsche AG shares closed at a loss of 10 percent yesterday after news that Porsche announced it will raise its stake in Volkswagen to 20 percent to avoid a potential hostile takeover. VW stayed fairly stagnant at a loss of only 0.6 percent, although one would think that news of a bailout like Porsche's would have catapulted VW stock high.
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