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AB Volvo (publ) (VOLV-B.ST)

Stockholm - Stockholm Real-time price. Currency in SEK
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184.20+2.92 (+1.61%)
At close: 05:29PM CEST
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Previous close181.28
Open182.00
Bid184.00 x 0
Ask184.06 x 0
Day's range181.60 - 184.76
52-week range148.24 - 223.85
Volume2,236,830
Avg. volume3,562,918
Market cap457.415B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.13
PE ratio (TTM)11.02
EPS (TTM)16.72
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield6.50 (3.58%)
Ex-dividend date07 Apr 2022
1y target est244.00
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  • Reuters

    Volvo Cars July sales drop 21.5%, sees improvement ahead

    OSLO (Reuters) -Volvo Car Group's July sales were down 21.5% from a year earlier as supply chain problems continued to hamper production, but could rebound in the coming months, the Sweden-based automaker said on Wednesday. A shortage of semiconductors and other components has squeezed auto industry output and sales in recent quarters, but Volvo said last month it was seeing a "marked improvement" in the stabilisation of its supply chain. "Provided this normalisation continues, the company expects production to progressively increase in the coming months," Volvo Cars said in a statement on Wednesday.

  • Reuters

    Truck maker Volvo Group plans to build battery plant

    Swedish truck maker Volvo Group plans to establish a large-scale production plant for battery cells, gradually building it up towards 2030 to meet a growing demand for zero-emission transportation, the company said on Wednesday. "There is a strong demand from our customers already today, and by 2030, it is our ambition that at least 35% of the products we sell are electric," CEO Martin Lundstedt said in a statement.