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Atlas Copco AB

ATCOa.ST

Latest Trade

439.70SEK

Change

2.00(+0.46%)

Volume

986,632

Today's Range

430.20

 - 

439.70

52 Week Range

258.20

 - 

449.80

As of on the Stockholm Stock Exchange ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
437.70
Open
432.40
Volume
986,632
3M AVG Volume
25.55
Today's High
439.70
Today's Low
430.20
52 Week High
449.80
52 Week Low
258.20
Shares Out (MIL)
1,215.93
Market Cap (MIL)
518,145.30
Forward P/E
34.87
Dividend (Yield %)
1.59

Next Event

Atlas Copco AB at Credit Suisse Global Industrials Conference (Virtual)

Latest Developments

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Atlas Copco To Acquire European Distributor Of Vacuum Equipment And Service Solutions

Isra Vision Says Revenue SEK 420 Mln From Date Of Control By Atlas Copco

Atlas Copco Q3 Operating Profit Down At SEK 4.7 Bln

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About Atlas Copco AB

Atlas Copco AB is a Sweden-based holding company. The Company is a provider of various productivity solutions. It serves customers with compressors, vacuum solutions and air treatment systems, power tools and assembly systems, pumps and generators. The Company divides its activities into four segments: Compressor Technique, Vacuum Technique, Industrial Technique, and Power Technique. Compressor Technique provides industrial compressors, vacuum solutions, gas and process compressors and expanders, air and gas treatment equipment and air management systems. Vacuum Technique provides vacuum products, exhaust management systems, valves and related products. Industrial Technique provides industrial power tools and systems, industrial assembly solutions, quality assurance products, software and service. Power Technique provides air, power and flow solutions through products such as mobile compressors, pumps, light towers and generators.

Industry

Misc. Capital Goods

Contact Info

Sickla Industrivag 19

105 23

Sweden

+46.8.7438000

https://www.atlascopco.com/

Executive Leadership

Hans Straberg

Chairman of the Board

Mats Rahmstrom

President, Chief Executive Officer, Director

Hans Ola Meyer

Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President Controlling and Finance

Henrik Elmin

Senior Executive Vice President, Business Area President Industrial Technique

Geert Follens

Senior Executive Vice President, Business Area President Vacuum Technique

Key Stats

3.27 mean rating - 26 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, SEK)

2017

116.4K

2018

95.4K

2019

103.8K

2020(E)

99.8K
EPS (SEK)

2017

14.330

2018

13.180

2019

14.080

2020(E)

12.619
Price To Earnings (TTM)
35.89
Price To Sales (TTM)
5.11
Price To Book (MRQ)
9.42
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
25.87
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
44.96
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
39.94
Return on Investment (TTM)
18.25
Return on Equity (TTM)
12.78

Latest News

Latest News

UPDATE 2-Atlas Copco sees demand remaining steady for rest of year

Atlas Copco, maker of compressors, vacuum pump and industrial tools, on Thursday said it expected demand to remain steady in the final months of the year after reporting third-quarter earnings and order intake that roughly matched analysts' forecasts.

Atlas Copco appoints company veteran Kinnart as new CFO

Atlas Copco <ATCOa.ST> has appointed company veteran Peter Kinnart as its new chief financial officer starting in July 2021, the maker of compressors, vacuum pumps and industrial tools said on Friday.

Sweden's Atlas Copco agrees to buy Perceptron to expand into machine vision

Sweden's Atlas Copco <ATCOa.ST> said on Monday it had agreed to buy U.S group Perceptron <PRCP.O>, a supplier of automated metrology products, for 630 million Swedish crowns ($69 million) to expand in machine vision and factory automation.

Atlas Copco sets sights on machine vision expansion with Isra on board

* Atlas Copco confident on prospects for Isra Vision after deal

Atlas Copco warns of sharp demand fall after first-quarter earnings beat

Atlas Copco <ATCOa.ST>, Sweden's most valuable listed company, forecast a steep demand drop in the second quarter due to the raging pandemic as it reported earnings and order intake above market expectations for the first three months of 2020.

Atlas Copco Q1 tops forecast, sees sharp demand fall in Q2

Atlas Copco, Sweden's most valuable listed company, forecast a steep demand drop in the second quarter due to the raging pandemic as it reported earnings and orders intake above market forecasts for the first three months of 2020.

BRIEF-Atlas Copco Implementing Restrictions on all Non-Critical Travel

* ATLAS COPCO SAYS IMPLEMENTING RESTRICTIONS ON ALL NON-BUSINESS CRITICAL TRAVEL FROM TODAY UNTIL MARCH 31DUE TO CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK

Atlas Copco in $1.19 billion bid for German company Isra Vision

Atlas Copco <ATCOa.ST> on Monday made a takeover bid in cash for German vision technology group Isra Vision <ISRG.DE>, valuing the company at 1.09 billion euros ($1.19 billion), including debt, expanding the Swedish company's business in automated manufacturing and quality...

CORRECTED-Atlas Copco makes $1.19 bln takeover bid for Germany's Isra Vision

Sweden's Atlas Copco on Monday announced a cash takeover offer for Isra Vision, valuing the German machine vision products group at 1.09 billion euros ($1.19 billion) including debt.

Atlas Copco misses forecasts, sees weaker fourth-quarter

Atlas Copco <ATCOa.ST> missed fourth-quarter earnings forecasts on Tuesday and forecast slightly lower demand in the first quarter, sending shares in the compressor and vacuum pump maker 5% lower.

Demand from chipmakers boosts Atlas Copco third-quarter results, shares surge

Swedish engineering firm Atlas Copco <ATCOa.ST> reported forecast-beating third-quarter earnings and order bookings on Monday on the back of strong demand from chipmakers, sending its shares sharply higher.

UPDATE 1-Swedish engineering group Atlas Copco calms demand jitters

Swedish industrial group Atlas Copco on Monday forecast only a slight drop in demand in the third quarter after a rise in second-quarter orders allayed some investor fears of a sharp slowdown.

UPDATE 2-Atlas Copco's vacuum business powers earnings, lifting shares

* Atlas Copco shares rise 6.6 pct (Adds analyst comment, CEO comment, background, detail, updates shares)

Atlas Copco Q4 profit, orders top forecasts, shares rise

Swedish engineering group Atlas Copco on Monday reported fourth-quarter earnings and order bookings above analysts' forecasts but said it expected demand to be somewhat lower in the first quarter.

Atlas Copco looks to battery spark in changing car industry

Swedish industrial group Atlas Copco <ATCOa.ST> is set to profit from a shift towards electric cars after investing in technology to meet a challenge that is hurting many traditional parts suppliers, a company executive said.

UPDATE 2-Slower orders for Atlas Copco spooks industry rivals too

* Worries among industrial firms of global slowdown (Adds analyst comment, background, detail, updates shares)

Atlas Copco to buy cryogenics business from Brooks in $675 million deal

Swedish compressor and vacuum pump maker Atlas Copco <ATCOa.ST> is buying U.S.-based Brooks Automation's <BRKS.O> cryogenic business in a $675 million cash deal to expand its vacuum technology portfolio, the companies said late on Monday.

Atlas Copco shares fall as growth slowdown in vacuum raises worries

Shares of Sweden's Atlas Copco <ATCOa.ST> slid on Friday after reporting lower-than-expected order growth in its Vacuum Technique unit that accounts for a quarter of group sales and saying demand from the semiconductor industry would fall.

Atlas Copco shares fall as vacuum slowdown takes shine off profit beat

Sweden's Atlas Copco reported lower than expected quarterly order intake in its fast-growing Vacuum Technique unit on Friday, taking the shine off better than forecast group orders intake and profit, and sending its shares lower.

Sweden's Atlas Copco sees strong vacuum growth in 2018 as boom continues

Sweden's Atlas Copco <ATCOa.ST> expects double-digit organic order growth in its vacuum business this year helped by "enormous growth" in demand for lithium batteries and despite a rise of just 2 percent in the first quarter, the head of the unit told Reuters.

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