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Atlas Copco AB (ATCOa.ST)

ATCOa.ST on Stockholm Stock Exchange

318.50SEK
26 May 2017
Change (% chg)

2.30kr (+0.73%)
Prev Close
316.20kr
Open
317.10kr
Day's High
318.80kr
Day's Low
315.80kr
Volume
1,817,441
Avg. Vol
2,064,015
52-wk High
337.60kr
52-wk Low
200.60kr

ATCOa.ST

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About

Atlas Copco AB is a holding company. The Company is a provider of various productivity solutions. It serves customers with compressors, vacuum solutions and air treatment systems, construction and mining equipment, power tools and assembly systems. Its segments include Compressor Technique, which provides industrial compressors,... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.16
Market Cap(Mil.): kr374,521.69
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 1,229.61
Dividend: 3.40
Yield (%): 2.15

Financials

  ATCOa.ST Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 25.92 25.91 21.91
EPS (TTM): 12.20 -- --
ROI: 18.38 8.53 6.14
ROE: 28.11 10.01 6.51

UPDATE 1-Finnish mining equipment maker Metso replaces CEO to spur growth

HELSINKI, May 3 Finland's mining equipment maker Metso on Wednesday appointed Nico Delvaux as chief executive from Swedish rival Atlas Copco to lead growth plans after years of restructuring and weak demand.

May 03 2017

UPDATE 1-Atlas Copco profit beats forecast as growth comes surging back

* Sees improving demand in Q2 (Adds background, detail, shares, CEO comment)

Apr 26 2017

Atlas Copco to split group, company veteran Rahmstrom named new CEO

STOCKHOLM Sweden's Atlas Copco said it would split into two listed companies in 2018, forming an industrial business and a separate mining and civil engineering firm whose equity would be distributed to the same shareholders.

Jan 16 2017

UPDATE 2-Atlas Copco to split group, company veteran Rahmstrom named new CEO

* Company insider Rahmstrom appointed new CEO (Adds new comments from Chairman, analysts, updates background details)

Jan 16 2017

BRIEF-Investor says supports Atlas Copco's proposal to split group

* Investor supports Atlas Copco's proposal to split the group

Jan 16 2017

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