VOLV-B.ST - AB Volvo (publ)

Stockholm - Stockholm Real-time price. Currency in SEK
158.65
-1.20 (-0.75%)
As of 3:59PM CEST. Market open.
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Previous close159.85
Open159.55
Bid158.45 x 0
Ask158.50 x 0
Day's range158.45 - 160.60
52-week range131.60 - 171.30
Volume2,801,551
Avg. volume5,312,677
Market cap322.67B
Beta1.14
PE ratio (TTM)14.62
EPS (TTM)10.85
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield4.25 (2.72%)
Ex-dividend date2018-04-06
1y target est178.76
  • Volvo Revs Up for IPO
    Bloomberg Video13 days ago

    Volvo Revs Up for IPO

    May.11 -- Bloomberg’s Jason Kelly discusses an IPO coming from Volvo cars and which banks the company will be using. He speaks with Westin on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."

  • Volvo Cars CEO Says Chinese Automakers Will Become Competitive
    Bloomberg Videolast month

    Volvo Cars CEO Says Chinese Automakers Will Become Competitive

    Apr.24 -- Volvo Cars CEO Hakan Samuelsson discusses the company's future for electric and hybrid cars, growth in China, and weighs in on ride sharing. He speaks with Tom Mackenzie from the Beijing Auto Show 2018 on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia." (Corrects title of Samuelsson in headline.)

  • The Wall Street Journal6 days ago

    [$$] Power Play: How China-Owned Volvo Avoids Beijing’s Battery Rules

    SHANGHAI—Chinese-owned Volvo Car Group is being allowed to use high-end South Korean battery technology in vehicles it builds in China, even as Beijing strong-arms other auto makers into using Chinese batteries. To build up its battery industry, China requires auto makers to use batteries from one of its approved suppliers if they want to be cleared to mass-produce electric cars and plug-in hybrids and to qualify for subsidies. Volvo’s China-made plug-in hybrids, though, are powered by essentially the same LG Chem batteries the car maker uses outside China, according to people familiar with the situation.

  • Volvo CEO says focussed on electrification, automation regardless of IPO
    Reuters8 days ago

    Volvo CEO says focussed on electrification, automation regardless of IPO

    Volvo is working on how to meet the challenges of electrification and self-driving cars and has the funds to do so regardless of whether the firm launches a stock market flotation, its boss said on Wednesday. "We need to address these issues with electrification and automated drive," Hakan Samuelsson said at a conference in London on Wednesday. China's Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, the owner of Volvo Cars, has hired three investment banks for an initial public offering (IPO) this year that could value the Swedish carmaker in a broad range of $16 billion to $30 billion, a person familiar with the matter told Reuters last week.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 days ago

    Volvo CEO says focussed on electrification, automation regardless of IPO

    Volvo is working on how to meet the challenges of electrification and self-driving cars and has the funds to do so regardless of whether the firm launches a stock market flotation, its boss said on Wednesday. "We need to address these issues with electrification and automated drive," Hakan Samuelsson said at a conference in London on Wednesday. China's Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, the owner of Volvo Cars, has hired three investment banks for an initial public offering (IPO) this year that could value the Swedish carmaker in a broad range of $16 billion to $30 billion, a person familiar with the matter told Reuters last week.

  • Now Volvo Says It Will Ditch Diesel in Europe
    Bloomberg8 days ago

    Now Volvo Says It Will Ditch Diesel in Europe

    Diesel’s demise in Europe, the main market for the engine type, is accelerating with Volvo Cars saying it won’t be offered for the upcoming S60 sedan as the shift to electrified cars takes shape. The revamped mid-size S60 sedan, to be unveiled in the next few weeks, will become Volvo’s first model not featuring a diesel option, the Gothenburg, Sweden-based company said Wednesday in a statement. While Toyota Motor Corp. and Nissan Motor Co. earlier decided to phase out diesel choices altogether amid declining demand, diesel sales made up 70 percent for Volvo in Europe last year.

  • Volvo’s IPO Valuation Isn’t Built for Safety
    Bloomberg8 days ago

    Volvo’s IPO Valuation Isn’t Built for Safety

    Timing is everything in investing, and China’s largest homegrown carmaker has decided that this is the moment to take Volvo Car AB public, at a potentially eye-popping valuation. Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co. has discussed valuing the business at somewhere between $16 billion and $30 billion and is looking at a dual listing in Hong Kong and Sweden, Bloomberg News reported last week. At first glance, Zhejiang Geely may want to monetize its holding in the Swedish automaker, especially in a world where companies need money to meet consumers’ incessant demand for new models. The future of the car market looks uncertain and R&D investment will be forced higher.

  • Forbes9 days ago

    China's Geely Slaps Down A Tech Marker To The Auto World

    Geely increasingly looks like China's coming brand, working the world's auto industry like a chessboard. It’s understandable that the nascent Chinese automaker isn’t well known outside China, in the same way a Chinese buyer might know Buick but not General Motors. It’s China’s Coming Man, having gained a reputation for doing simple things well and delivering cunning strategies.

  • Forbes10 days ago

    Volvo Cars Flotation Valuation Will Show If Its Premium Claims Hold up

    Swedish based and Chinese owned Volvo Cars says it is a premium manufacturer, up there with the likes of BMW, Mercedes and Audi, and we are about to find out if investors agree. A stock market sale is thought to be imminent, and speculation about its value ranges from $15 billion to $30 billion. Volvo Cars is owned by Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, which bought it from Ford Motor in 2010.

  • Reuters13 days ago

    Chinese owner eyes Volvo Cars IPO, picks banks - source

    NEW YORK/STOCKHOLM/BEIJING, May 11 (Reuters) - The Chinese owner of Volvo Cars has hired three investment banks for an initial public offering (IPO) this year that could value the Swedish carmaker in a broad range of $16 billion to $30 billion, a person familiar with the matter said on Thursday. China's Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, which bought Volvo Cars in 2010, has picked Citigroup, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley, the source, who asked not to be identified because the deliberations are confidential, told Reuters.

  • Volvo Revs Up for IPO
    Bloomberg13 days ago

    Volvo Revs Up for IPO

    Bloomberg’s Jason Kelly discusses an IPO coming from Volvo cars and which banks the company will be using. He speaks with Westin on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas." (Source: Bloomberg)

  • Volvo Cars Picks Citi, Goldman, Morgan Stanley on IPO
    Bloomberg14 days ago

    Volvo Cars Picks Citi, Goldman, Morgan Stanley on IPO

    Volvo Cars owner Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co. has selected Citigroup Inc., Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Morgan Stanley to advise on an initial public offering for the Swedish carmaker this year, according to people with knowledge of the matter. China’s Zhejiang Geely and Volvo have discussed valuing the Swedish automaker in a range of $16 billion to $30 billion in a stock sale, the people said, asking not to be identified because the deliberations are confidential. The companies held meetings in Sweden and Hong Kong this month to discuss a dual listing in both venues, they said.

  • Bloomberg14 days ago

    Volvo Owners Select Banks for Initial Share Sale

    Volvo Cars owner Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co. has selected Citigroup Inc., Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Morgan Stanley to advise on an initial public offering for the Swedish carmaker this year, according to people with knowledge of the matter. China’s Zhejiang Geely and Volvo have discussed valuing the Swedish automaker in a range of $16 billion to $30 billion in a stock sale, the people said, asking not to be named as the deliberations are confidential. An IPO is an option but the decision is up to the owner, a representative for Volvo Cars said, declining to comment further.

  • Volvo cars and trucks can now share real-time traffic information
    TechCrunch17 days ago

    Volvo cars and trucks can now share real-time traffic information

    Starting in Norway and Sweden, vehicles from Volvo cars and Volvo trucks are

  • Sweden's Vattenfall boosts its electric vehicle charging market with Volvo Cars deal
    Reuters21 days ago

    Sweden's Vattenfall boosts its electric vehicle charging market with Volvo Cars deal

    Swedish state-owned utility Vattenfall is partnering with Geely-owned Volvo Cars to help owners recharge their electric vehicles (EV) at home, the firms said on Thursday. The move comes two weeks after Vattenfall launched plans to become northwestern Europe's largest operator of EV-charging infrastructure within five years. Volvo Cars' market share for plug-in hybrid cars in its home market Sweden is now about 18 percent.

  • To buy or not to buy? Car subscriptions offer an alternative
    Associated Press22 days ago

    To buy or not to buy? Car subscriptions offer an alternative

    People use monthly subscriptions to pay for lots of things they used to buy: music, smartphones, books and even clothes. For a monthly fee and a minimal commitment, you get a car with a warranty, maintenance, roadside assistance, a prescribed mileage allowance and, typically, insurance. Several carmakers have launched subscription services: Access by BMW, Book by Cadillac, Porsche Passport, Care by Volvo, and Canvas, which offers Ford and Lincoln models.

  • Geely's Volvo says sales, spending set to rise in 2018
    Reuters27 days ago

    Geely's Volvo says sales, spending set to rise in 2018

    Geely-owned automaker Volvo Car Group reported a rise in quarterly operating earnings on Friday, on growth in the Chinese and U.S. markets and forecast higher sales, but also steeper spending, in the year ahead. Swedish Volvo Cars, owned by Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, said operating earnings rose 3.6 percent to 3.62 billion crowns (299.33 million pounds) in the first quarter, boosted by an 18.9 percent rise in revenues to 56.81 billion crowns. Volvo Cars, which has reported four straight years of record sales, said it expected unit sales as well as revenue to rise further in 2018, buoyed by new models and increasing sales of the XC40, its first compact SUV.

  • Reuters27 days ago

    Geely CFO says China approves purchase of AB Volvo stake - Swedish radio

    Chinese authorities have given the green light for Zhejiang Geely Holding's purchase of an 8.2 percent stake in Swedish truckmaker AB Volvo (VOLVb.ST), Swedish public service radio cited a Geely senior executive as saying. China's Geely Holding, which also owns the Volvo car brand as well as a stake in Germany's Daimler (DIAGn.DE), struck a deal late last year to buy activist investor Cevian's stake in the truckmaker.

  • The Wall Street Journal29 days ago

    Amazon to Start Offering In-Car Deliveries

    The company said it has teamed with General Motors and Volvo Cars to start offering in-car deliveries, giving its couriers access to potentially millions of vehicles in 37 U.S. markets.

  • Volvo Cars Open to Partners; Dismisses Daimler Stake Reports
    Bloomberg29 days ago

    Volvo Cars Open to Partners; Dismisses Daimler Stake Reports

    Volvo Car Group Chief Executive Officer Hakan Samuelsson dismissed reports of Daimler AG becoming a potential investor and said the Swedish automaker is open to partnerships with anyone if it serves its ...

  • Volvo Cars CEO Says Chinese Automakers Will Become Competitive
    Bloomberglast month

    Volvo Cars CEO Says Chinese Automakers Will Become Competitive

    Volvo Cars CEO Hakan Samuelsson discusses the company's future for electric and hybrid cars, growth in China, and weighs in on ride sharing. He speaks with Tom Mackenzie from the Beijing Auto Show 2018 ...

  • Why Amazon Wants to Deliver Packages to Your Car
    Motley Foollast month

    Why Amazon Wants to Deliver Packages to Your Car

    Amazon is teaming up with GM and Volvo to offer something new: in-car package delivery.

  • Forbeslast month

    Amazon's In-Car Delivery And the Risk of Break-Ins

    Amazon's in-car delivery is a good idea, assuming you have a secure trunk. For other cars, there is the risk of a break-in

  • Forbeslast month

    Amazon Just Turned Cars Into A Safe Locker For Packages

    Amazon has teamed with GM and Volvo to turn the cars of Amazon Prime members into package lockers as a way to thwart "porch pirates."

  • Amazon Starts Delivering Goods to the Trunk of Your GM or Volvo
    Bloomberglast month

    Amazon Starts Delivering Goods to the Trunk of Your GM or Volvo

    Amazon.com Inc. has partnered with General Motors Co. and Volvo Cars to deliver packages to car trunks in 37 U.S. cities, as the e-commerce giant seeks new delivery methods for customers who may be wary of leaving packages outside or allowing couriers into their homes. The app-based service, which lets car owners provide delivery agents with keyless access to trunks, is an example of how Amazon is exploring new methods of delivering goods to customers. It also follows moves by competitors to get their technology into cars, such as Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.’s partnership with Daimler AG, Volkswagen AG and Volvo to bring its digital assistant to autos in China.

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