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Akzo Nobel N.V. (AKZA.AS)

Amsterdam - Amsterdam Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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80.46-0.94 (-1.15%)
At close: 05:36PM CEST
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Previous Close81.40
Open81.30
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range80.16 - 81.76
52 Week Range69.62 - 108.45
Volume456,398
Avg. Volume674,407
Market Cap15.086B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.89
PE Ratio (TTM)18.75
EPS (TTM)4.29
Earnings DateApr 19, 2022 - Apr 25, 2022
Forward Dividend & Yield1.98 (2.47%)
Ex-Dividend DateApr 26, 2022
1y Target Est104.33
  • Reuters

    WRAPUP 3-Big companies manage to pass on soaring costs to cash-strapped consumers

    Makers of chocolate bars and coffee to lawn mowers and industrial robots succeeded in passing on soaring costs to consumers, first-quarter earnings showed on Thursday, allaying fears higher prices could dent demand for their products. Some of Europe's biggest companies reported first quarter sales increases, with KitKat maker Nestle, Evian water owner Danone and Dulux paint maker Akzo Nobel saying they were able to accomplish the gains while raising their prices. Engineering company ABB and gardening equipment maker Husqvarna also reported strong demand despite both increasing prices.

  • Bloomberg

    Akzo Nobel CEO Sees Raw Material Costs Easing

    Akzo Nobel rose after the Dutch paints giant posted first-quarter adjusted operating income ahead of analyst estimates and the company said it expects lower raw material costs in the second half. Chief Executive Officer Thierry Vanlancker speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: Europe." (Corrects spelling of company name.)

  • Reuters

    Akzo Nobel expects its Russian plants to go out of business

    Dutch paints and coatings maker Akzo Nobel expects its four plants in Russia to be out of business within a few months due to economic sanctions and a shortage of raw materials, its chief executive told the Financial Times in an interview published on Monday. "We are pretty realistic that over a month, two month period this will come to a gradual, if not normal phasing out of the business," CEO Thierry Vanlancker said about Akzo's Russian operations. "It's either because the raw materials aren't available anymore, or it is because somewhere the main customer may not be able to pay."

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