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|Bid||68.73 x 800|
|Ask||77.97 x 900|
|Day's Range||68.47 - 70.43|
|52 Week Range||61.07 - 87.01|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.44|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||13.00|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.48 (3.54%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||May 17, 2020|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Sweden's Autoliv, the world's biggest maker of airbags and seatbelts, on Friday affirmed its full-year growth and margin forecasts in spite of the coronavirus outbreak in China, which has caused major disruptions to businesses across the country. Chief Executive Mikael Bratt told Reuters that the forecast so far remained intact in spite of the situation in China, where industries have been forced into widespread shutdowns, but are now gradually resuming production. Autoliv has 15 plants in China and more than 8,000 staff.
The German insurer said net profit was 1.86 billion euros ($2.01 billion), up from EUR1.7 billion a year earlier and beating analysts’ forecasts of EUR1.68 billion, according to a consensus estimate provided by FactSet.
Moody's Investors Service ("Moody's") has today assigned a Prime-2 (P-2) short-term senior unsecured rating to the new commercial paper programme of Autoliv, Inc. (Autoliv, or the company). Moody's will withdraw the P-2 short-term senior unsecured rating for Autoliv ASP, Inc., a fully owned and guaranteed subsidiary of Autoliv when the US CP-Programme is terminated.
With the death toll rising to 213 despite travel restrictions, the impact was most evident in European equity markets in shares of companies which pocket the bulk of their revenues from China, the world's fastest-growing consumer market. The pan-European STOXX 600 index is poised for its biggest weekly loss in four months, while among individual stocks Germany's Infineon, which gets two-thirds of its revenue from China, has fallen 10% despite strong quarterly results from Apple, its biggest customer. The Goldman Sachs' "China exposure" basket of European stocks has slumped 5% this week alone.
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Sweden's Autoliv, the world's largest producer of airbags and seatbelts, on Tuesday forecast an upturn in like-for-like sales growth in 2020 as it reported fourth-quarter earnings that beat market expectations. The automotive supplier, whose stock is listed in both the United States and Sweden, said it expected organic sales to grow 3-4% this year with its adjusted operating margin reaching at least 9.5%, up from 9.1% in full year 2019. Fourth-quarter adjusted operating earnings at Autoliv rose to $242 million from a year-ago $240 million to come in above the $230 million seen by analysts according to Refinitiv consensus estimates.
In the fourth quarter, overall earnings and revenues for the auto sector are projected to decline 59.1% and 5.2% year over year, respectively.
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Autoliv, Inc., the worldwide leader in automotive safety systems, (NYSE: ALV and SSE: ALIVsdb) today announced that its Board of Directors has appointed Fredrik Westin as Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President, Finance of the Company, to be effective no later than March 1, 2020.
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Sweden's Autoliv , the world's biggest maker of airbags and seatbelts, set new financial targets on Tuesday, aiming for a core operating margin of around 12% in the next three to five years. "These targets are challenging, but realistic," Autoliv CEO Mikael Bratt told Reuters. The company, in a statement ahead of a day of investor presentations at its plant in Ogden, Utah, also said it expected its operating margin would improve in 2020 versus 2019, for which it has forecast a 9% core profit margin.