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Veoneer Inc

VNE.N

Latest Trade

16.43USD

Change

0.08(+0.49%)

Volume

35,326

Today's Range

16.39

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16.87

52 Week Range

13.47

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47.04

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Latest News

Veoneer wins thermal camera production deal for self-driving car

Swedish auto technology group Veoneer <VNE.N> <VNEsdb.ST> said on Tuesday it had won a production contract with an unidentified "world-leading" carmaker to manufacture a thermal camera for an autonomous vehicle.

UPDATE 1-Veoneer shares jump as auto tech firm sees H2 results improvement

Swedish auto technology group Veoneer said on Friday it expected operating losses to decrease in the second half this year on cost savings, even as it cut its 2019 guidance for sales due to weakening global car production.

Veoneer sees operating result improvement in H2 vs H1

Swedish auto technology group Veoneer on Friday reported a quarterly operating loss in line with analysts' forecasts, and said results had been slightly better than its internal expectations.

UPDATE 2-Volvo Cars to cut costs as trade war dents profits

Volvo plans to cut fixed costs by 2 billion Swedish crowns ($214 million), it said on Thursday, becoming the latest carmaker to warn that pricing pressure and tariffs arising from the China-U.S. trade war were denting profitability.

RPT-FOCUS-Emissions rules and electric shift to spur car engines M&A

A growing understanding in the car industry of the value of combustion engine technology able to meet new anti-pollution requirements is likely to fuel a wave of consolidation in the next two years, industry executives and bankers say.

Emissions rules and electric shift to spur car engines M&A

A growing understanding in the car industry of the value of combustion engine technology able to meet new anti-pollution requirements is likely to fuel a wave of consolidation in the next two years, industry executives and bankers say.

China's Geely picks Swedish software firm for driverless cars

China's Geely has chosen Zenuity, a joint venture between its Volvo car marque and Swedish technology group Veoneer, as its preferred supplier for assisted and self driving software.

China's Geely selects Swedish software firm as driverless car supplier

China's Geely has picked Zenuity, a joint venture between its Volvo car marque and Swedish technology group Veoneer , as its preferred supplier for assisted and self driving software.

Factbox: Auto, other industries' manufacturing presence in Mexico

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Thursday a tariff of 5% would be imposed on all goods coming from Mexico, increasing gradually each month until it reaches 25% on Oct. 1, unless Mexico takes immediate action to curb illegal immigration.

Sweden's Veoneer to sell $500 million of bonds, equity to boost working capital

Swedish auto tech company Veoneer plans to shore up its working capital by $500 million through the sale of bonds and shares, as it waits for a strong order book to translate into a pick up in earnings.

Sweden's Veoneer to raise $500 million for working capital

Swedish auto tech company Veoneer said on Monday it intends to raise cash for working capital through an offering of its common stock and convertible senior notes.

UPDATE 2-Sandvik eyes listing of specialty steel business

* Unit has been seen as long-standing spin-off candidate (Adds more context, analyst, updates shares)

Sweden's Veoneer to raise cash as driverless car progress slows

Sweden's Veoneer said on Monday it would seek up to $500 million in new capital to help the maker of electronic car products cope with a downturn in the vehicle market and fund new product development.

Sweden's Veoneer considers capital raise of up to $500 mln

Sweden's Veoneer said it was seeking funding of up to $500 million to plug a funding deficit as the electronic car products maker faces an auto market downturn and high costs for developing new products.

Sweden's Veoneer bets driverless car delay will be its gain

* Sees active safety mkt rising to $24 bln in 2025 vs $7bln in '18

UPDATE 1-Safety first: Volvo to add in-car sensors to prevent drunk driving

Swedish carmaker Volvo hopes to reinforce its reputation for safety-first driving by installing cameras and sensors in its cars from the early 2020s, monitoring drivers for signs of being drunk or distracted and intervening to prevent accidents.

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