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Saab Q3 EBITDA Profit Swings To Loss SEK 314 Mln
Saab Receives Order For Deployable Health To Australia
Saab Utilises Authorisation To Repurchase Own Shares
Saab AB is a Sweden-based company offering products and services ranging from military defense to civil security. The Company’s operations are divided into six business areas. The Aeronautics includes the development of civil and military aviation technology, including the Gripen and Unmanned Aerial Systems. The Dynamics comprises a product portfolio of weapon systems, such as support weapons, missiles, Remotely Operated Vehicles and signature management systems. The Electronic Defense Systems provides airbone, land-based and naval systems and radar, signals intelligence and self-protection. The Security and Defense Solutions provides the military and civil security market with, among others, computerized command, control, communications and intelligence systems. The Support and Services offers service and support to the Saab’s clients. Among others, the Company operates through Thyssen Krupp Marine Systems AB and Nordic Defence Industries, a producer of mine disposal charge systems.
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Sten E. Jakobsson
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The Brazilian Air Force on Friday unveiled the first of 36 Gripen fighter jets bought from Sweden's Saab AB in a $4 billion deal that includes the assembly of planes in Brazil.
Shares in Swedish defence company Saab <SAABb.ST> slid more than 10% on Monday after it posted falling third-quarter profits and said it saw increased risks due to the coronavirus pandemic.
* SAAB AND FEELGOOD EXTEND COOPERATION THROUGH IMPLEMENTATION OF FEELGOOD'S SERVICE Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdansk Newsroom)
Austria will ground its nearly 50-year-old Saab fighter jets at the end of the year and solely rely on its Eurofighter warplanes from January, the defence ministry said on Monday.
Swedish defence company Saab <SAABb.ST> reported higher-than-expected first-quarter operating earnings on Friday but said it couldn't reconfirm its financial outlook for the year due to the uncertainty caused by the coronavirus.
Swedish defence company Saab reported higher-than-expected first-quarter operating earnings on Friday but said it couldn't reconfirm its financial outlook for the year due to the uncertainty caused by the new coronavirus.
* BOARD CAN ASSESS POSSIBILITY OF A NEW DIVIDEND PROPOSAL FOR 2019
Swedish defense company Saab <SAABb.ST> reported a fall in fourth-quarter operating profit on Friday but said cashflow had been strong.
Asset manager FAM AB, which is controlled by the prominent Swedish Wallenberg family, has appointed defence firm Saab's former chief executive Hakan Buskhe as its CEO, it said on Monday.
The United Arab Emirates intends to buy two additional GlobalEye aircraft for surveillance from Saab <SAABb.ST>, the Swedish defense firm said on Tuesday, lifting its shares by 3%.
The United Arab Emirates intends to buy two additional GlobalEye aircraft for surveillance from Saab, the Swedish defence firm said on Tuesday, lifting its shares by 3%.
Swedish defense firm Saab <SAABb.ST> reported quarterly operating earnings well ahead of market forecasts on Tuesday, and affirmed its view that operating cashflow this year would improve versus 2018.
Sweden's Saab <SAABb.ST>, maker of the Gripen fighter jet, on Wednesday appointed Deputy CEO Micael Johansson as chief executive.
Telecom equipment maker Ericsson's CEO Borje Ekholm could be about to announce his exit with outgoing Saab CEO Hakan Buskhe planned as his replacement, business daily Dagens Industri reported on Wednesday citing anonymous sources.
Swedish defence firm Saab's Chief Executive and President Hakan Buskhe will step down early next year after almost a decade in charge, the company said in a statement on Sunday.
Swedish defense firm Saab AB, which is seeking to sell its Gripen fighter jets to the Indian Air Force, said on Tuesday it could offer to make most of them in a production facility likely to be set up in one of the southern cities.
Swedish defense firm Saab reported a bigger than expected rise in quarterly operating earnings on Friday and forecast improving margins and sales in 2019 compared with 2018.
The Chinese-backed company born from the remnants of bankrupt Swedish automaker Saab is investing 150 million euros ($171 million) in a venture with Swedish super car brand Koenigsegg, in a move that could see them develop new electric models.
* SAAB OFFERS SWISS INDUSTRIAL PARTICIPATION WORTH 100 PERCENT OF CONTRACT VALUE
Sweden's Saab plans to raise 6 billion Swedish crowns ($665 million) to bolster its financial muscle after big contract wins that have swelled its order backlog in recent years, the defence company said on Tuesday.
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