ASSA-B.ST - ASSA ABLOY AB (publ)

Stockholm - Stockholm Real Time Price. Currency in SEK
183.50
+0.65 (+0.36%)
At close: 5:29PM CEST
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Previous Close182.85
Open183.15
Bid183.40 x 0
Ask183.50 x 0
Day's Range182.55 - 183.80
52 Week Range164.05 - 194.80
Volume650,241
Avg. Volume1,989,471
Market Cap203.828B
Beta1.25
PE Ratio (TTM)23.49
EPS (TTM)7.81
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield3.30 (1.86%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-04-27
1y Target Est189.11
  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    [$$] Assa Abloy Hit By China Writedown

    Sweden’s Assa Abloy said it will book one-off costs of $684.3 million in the second quarter related to its Chinese operations.

  • Maersk poaches new finance chief from Assa Abloy
    Reuters2 months ago

    Maersk poaches new finance chief from Assa Abloy

    Denmark's A.P. Moller-Maersk has chosen Carolina Dybeck Happe as its new Chief Finance Officer, it said on Wednesday. Happe will take the position at a time where Maersk is undergoing a strategic transformation ...

  • Hotel key cards, even invalid ones, help hackers break into rooms
    Reuters4 months ago

    Hotel key cards, even invalid ones, help hackers break into rooms

    By getting hold of a widely used hotel key card, an attacker could create a master key to unlock any room in the building without leaving a trace, Finnish security researchers said in a study published on Wednesday, solving a 14-year-old mystery. While the researchers have fixed the flaw together with Assa Abloy, the world's largest lock manufacturer which owns the system in question, the case serves as a wake-up call for the lodging industry to a problem that went undetected for years. Tomi Tuominen, 45, and Timo Hirvonen, 32, security consultants for Finnish data security company F-Secure, say they discovered the vulnerability about a year ago, and reported it to Assa.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Hotel key cards, even invalid ones, help hackers break into rooms

    By getting hold of a widely used hotel key card, an attacker could create a master key to unlock any room in the building without leaving a trace, Finnish security researchers said in a study published on Wednesday, solving a 14-year-old mystery. While the researchers have fixed the flaw together with Assa Abloy, the world's largest lock manufacturer which owns the system in question, the case serves as a wake-up call for the lodging industry to a problem that went undetected for years. Tomi Tuominen, 45, and Timo Hirvonen, 32, security consultants for Finnish data security company F-Secure, say they discovered the vulnerability about a year ago, and reported it to Assa.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents5 months ago

    Edited Transcript of ASSA.ST earnings conference call or presentation 6-Feb-18 9:00am GMT

    Q4 2017 Assa Abloy AB Earnings Call

  • August Access, an in-home delivery service first tested with Walmart, opens to all retailers
    TechCrunch7 months ago

    August Access, an in-home delivery service first tested with Walmart, opens to all retailers

    August Home, the smart lock startup that was acquired by lock giant Assa Abloy in October last year, is stepping up its delivery game. At CES today, the company announced a service it's calling August Access, where retailers can work with August and its partner Deliv to open your front door and bring packages directly into your home when you are not there, if you use a smart lock from August, Emtek or Yale (two other Assa Abloy brands). The service -- launching first in the US -- is getting a new branding today, and a new platform open for business, but it is not completely new: it's an extension of a service August first announced with Walmart in September, just weeks before its acquisition.

  • Assa Abloy finalizes purchase of smart lock maker August Home
    TechCrunch8 months ago

    Assa Abloy finalizes purchase of smart lock maker August Home

    Swedish lock maker Assa Abloy completed its acquisition of August Home this week. The deal, first announced back in October, has the U.S.-based smart lock startup rolling into the world’s largest lock maker, though the company says it will continue to operate as a somewhat independent entity under the much bigger brand. “One of the things I liked most about Assa Abloy as a potential buy is they operate like a Berkshire Hathaway as a big holding company,” August CEO Jason Johnson told TechCrunch ahead of the announcement.

  • Swedish lock giant Assa Abloy acquires smart lock maker August Home
    TechCrunch10 months ago

    Swedish lock giant Assa Abloy acquires smart lock maker August Home

    This morning, Assa Abloy, the $23 billion Swedish lock giant that owns Yale and many other brands -- announced that it is buying US-based smart lock maker August Home to double down on new technology. Terms of the deal are not being disclosed but we have asked both August and Assa Abloy and will update this post as we learn more. Pending regulatory approvals, Assa Abloy says the acquisition will close in the fourth quarter of 2017.

  • Reuters10 months ago

    Molin's likely exit from Assa Abloy stirs speculation about move to Ericsson

    Shares in Ericsson (ERICb.ST) rose on Thursday after Assa Abloy (ASSAb.ST) said CEO Johan Molin may step down next year, fanning speculation he could be the telecom gear maker's next chairman. Molin, one of Sweden's most highly regarded top executives, told Reuters that he had not been asked to become chairman of Ericsson, but he did not eliminate the idea. It's not on the cards for me, at least not today," Molin told Reuters by phone when asked if he ruled out such a move.