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Kongsberg Gruppen ASA (KOG.OL)


Oslo - Oslo Delayed Price. Currency in NOK
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128.50-0.50 (-0.39%)
At close: 4:25PM CEST
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Previous Close129.00
Open129.00
Bid128.00 x 72900
Ask128.50 x 36800
Day's Range128.50 - 131.50
52 Week Range111.50 - 144.00
Volume18,075
Avg. Volume60,539
Market Cap15.36B
BetaN/A
PE Ratio (TTM)23.62
EPS (TTM)5.44
Earnings DateAug 24, 2017
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est143.50
  • Reuters20 days ago

    Norwegian firms Yara, Kongsberg to build self-steering container ship

    Norwegian fertilizer producer Yara and maritime technology firm Kongsberg Gruppe are teaming up to build what they said would be the world's first fully electric and self-steering container ship. "The new zero-emission vessel will be a game-changer for global maritime transport contributing to meet the United Nations sustainability goals," the companies said on Tuesday. Automobile makers and technology companies are already working working on the development of self-driving cars and trucks, as well as electric vehicles.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Australia selects Raytheon for $1.5 bln ground-based air defence system

    The Australian government on Monday selected U.S.-based defence contractor Raytheon Co as the sole bidder for a ground-based air defence system contract worth up to A$2 billion ($1.50 billion). The surface-to-air missile system will replace the country's 30-year-old short-range capability, which is due to be retired by early next decade, Defence Minister Marise Payne said in a statement. "A modern and integrated ground-based air defence system is needed to protect our deployed forces from increasingly sophisticated air threats, both globally and within our region," Payne said.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Norway picks Germany over France in race to supply submarines

    Norway has picked Germany as its strategic partner for new submarines, making Thyssenkrupp the likely supplier, Defence Minister Ine Eriksen Soereide said on Friday. Norway plans to buy four submarines and Germany two, while fellow NATO members Poland and the Netherlands may add to the order at a later stage, she said, adding that the cost of the vessels has not yet been determined.