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Swedish Match AB (publ) (0GO4.IL)

IOB - IOB Delayed price. Currency in SEK
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108.85-0.58 (-0.53%)
At close: 06:07PM BST
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Previous close109.43
Bid106.60 x 0
Ask111.10 x 0
Day's range109.00 - 109.57
52-week range63.24 - 110.35
Avg. volume2,709,702
Market cap165.416B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.16
PE ratio (TTM)27.42
EPS (TTM)3.97
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield1.86 (1.70%)
Ex-dividend date11 Nov 2022
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    As deadline looms, some Swedish Match investors oppose Philip Morris deal

    GDANSK/LONDON (Reuters) -The clock is ticking for tobacco giant Philip Morris to rally support from Swedish Match shareholders for its offer to buy the snus maker - and not everyone is on board. Chicago-based Framtiden Partnerships, a Swedish Match shareholder for nearly two decades, told Reuters on Wednesday that it opposes Philip Morris' (PMI) proposed takeover of the Stockholm-based company. The investor - incorporating Framtiden Management Company LLC and affiliates - which owns 1% of Swedish Match, has written a white paper urging others to reject the deal that 90% of shareholders need to approve before October 21, by Swedish law.

  • Bloomberg

    Hedge Funds Swoop on Swedish Match, Piling Pressure on PMI

    (Bloomberg) -- Some of the world’s largest hedge funds have built stakes in Swedish Match AB, people familiar with the matter said, piling pressure on Philip Morris International Inc. to increase its $16 billion offer for the smokeless tobacco company. Most Read from BloombergAdobe Near Deal for Online Design Startup Figma, Sources SayPutin’s Options Narrow After Ukraine Scores Battlefield RoutEthereum Finishes Long-Awaited Energy-Saving ‘Merge’ UpgradeRay Dalio Does the Math: Rates at 4.5% Woul

  • Bloomberg

    PMI Weighs Lowering Swedish Match Acceptance Threshold

    (Bloomberg) -- Philip Morris International Inc. is considering lowering the acceptance threshold on its $16 billion takeover bid for smokeless tobacco company Swedish Match AB, people with knowledge of the matter said. Most Read from BloombergRussia Privately Warns of Deep and Prolonged Economic DamageWorld’s Deadliest Roads in Focus After Billionaire’s Fatal CrashCalifornia Avoids Blackouts With Bigger Test Ahead as Heat LoomsAmazon Closes, Abandons Plans for Dozens of US WarehousesRussia Sanct