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SAS AB (publ) (SAS.ST)

Stockholm - Stockholm Real-time price. Currency in SEK
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0.0210+0.0043 (+25.75%)
At close: 05:29PM CET
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Previous close0.0167
Open0.0167
Bid0.0213 x 0
Ask0.0220 x 0
Day's range0.0162 - 0.0212
52-week range0.0108 - 0.4689
Volume142,855,240
Avg. volume43,403,997
Market cap333.396M
Beta (5Y monthly)0.78
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.7800
Earnings date07 Mar 2024
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est0.01
  • Associated Press Finance

    Airplane bumps into fence in third mishap in 2 weeks at Norway's main airport

    A Scandinavian Airlines plane struck a fence at the Oslo airport on Wednesday, causing minor damage to the aircraft and no injuries, the airline said. It was the third mishap in two weeks reported at Norway's main airport. The plane bound for Stockholm was leaving the gate at the airport in Gardermoen when its left wing tip crashed into a railing, Scandinavian Airlines told The Associated Press.

  • Reuters

    Airline SAS extends deadline for equity fundraising

    SAS said in May the U.S. court had approved a revised plan to raise equity. Denmark has said it is willing to increase its stake in SAS to around 30% from around 22%, if others investors were to take a majority stake. Reuters reported in May that U.S. asset manager Apollo Global Management Inc planned to apply for approval from Swedish and Danish regulators to take a majority stake in SAS as part its rescue plan.

  • Reuters

    Airline SAS's rescue moves closer as court clears fundraising plan

    The court approval of the fundraising proposal - a key element of the "SAS Forward" rescue plan - means investors may start placing bids for a stake in the airline. An SAS spokesperson said the new procedure reflected court concerns in April about a requirement for bidders to accept the participation of Denmark - the airline's biggest shareholder alongside Sweden - in the equity raising. "That formal requirement has been removed," she said.