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Previous Close2.8100
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Day's Range2.7500 - 2.7700
52 Week Range1.8900 - 3.9100
Avg. Volume32,213
Market Cap5.786B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.01
PE Ratio (TTM)5.42
EPS (TTM)0.5080
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateMay 12, 2020
1y Target Est3.98
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  • Norsk Hydro: Primary insider purchases shares

    Norsk Hydro: Primary insider purchases shares

    Member of the Board of Directors in Norsk Hydro ASA, Rune Bjerke has on October 27, 2020 purchased 15 000 shares in Hydro at NOK 27.36 per share.New holding for Rune Bjerke is 15 000 shares.Investor contact: Line Haugetraa Head of Investor Relations +4741406376 line.haugetraa@hydro.com This information is subject to the disclosure requirements pursuant to Section 5-12 the Norwegian Securities Trading Act

  • Norsk Hydro: UPDATED PARTICIPANT CODE - Hydro’s third quarter results 2020

    Norsk Hydro: UPDATED PARTICIPANT CODE - Hydro’s third quarter results 2020

    Hydro's third quarter results 2020 will be released at 07:00 CEST (01:00 EDT, 06:00 BST, 05:00 UTC), on Friday October 23, 2020. The quarterly report and presentation slides will be available on www.hydro.com at the same time.President & CEO Hilde Merete Aasheim and EVP & CFO Pål Kildemo will host an audio webcast and a conference call, in English, at 08:30 CEST the same day. Due to the Covid-19 situation, there will be no analyst and press conference at our corporate headquarters.In order to listen to the presentation, please join the audio webcast. There will be a Q&A session directly after the presentation. If you would like to ask questions, you need to join the conference call before end of the presentation. See details below (it will not be possible to ask questions on the audio webcast).To join the conference call, please use the “Click to Join” link below 5-10 minutes prior to start time. You will be asked to enter your phone number and registration details. The Event Conferencing system will call you on the phone number you provide and place you into the event. Please note that the “Click to Join” link becomes active 15 minutes prior to the scheduled start time.Please use the “Click to Join” option for the easiest way to join the conference call.Click to Join Call 08:30 CEST >>As an alternative, use the dial-in numbers below for the conference call:Norway   +47 2100 2613 UK          +44 (0)330 336 9104 USA        +1 323-794-2095 Sweden   +46 (0)8 5033 6573 Brazil      +55 11 3181 3949 Germany +49 (0)89 2030 31236Participant Passcode:  238518

  • Norsk Hydro: Third quarter 2020 - Strong cash generation, improving markets

    Norsk Hydro: Third quarter 2020 - Strong cash generation, improving markets

    Hydro’s underlying EBIT for the third quarter of 2020 was NOK 1,407 million, up from NOK 1,366 million in the same quarter last year. Extruded Solutions saw improving volumes from the previous quarter and a favorable cost position. The extended maintenance at the Paragominas bauxite pipeline in Brazil is finalized, and the Alunorte alumina refinery is ramping up production * Underlying EBIT NOK 1,407 million * Strong cash generation * Markets continue recovery from Q2 lows * Extruded Solutions uEBITDA up 28% vs Q3 2019 * Paragominas maintenance finalized, Alunorte ramping up to nameplate capacity * RSK value secured through Hydro-Lyse transaction * Positive developments in EU regulatory framework “Our top priority is the health and safety of our people and the communities where we operate. Hydro’s organization is maneuvering the Covid-19 situation, protecting people and operations while generating cash. I am pleased to see strong cash generation as a result of our efforts. At the same time, we are pursuing our profitability and sustainability agenda, strengthening our low-carbon position and exploring new growth areas,” says President and CEO Hilde Merete Aasheim.Extruded Solutions experienced a faster-than-expected recovery, especially in Europe, a favorable cost position and insurance compensation of NOK 192 million related to the cyber-attack in 2019. Reduced raw material costs, improved fixed costs and positive currency effects, as both the NOK and BRL weakened against the USD and EUR, all contributed positively to the third quarter result. The positive elements were offset by a lower result from Bauxite & Alumina, due to the Paragominas maintenance and reduced realized alumina and aluminium prices.On August 18, Hydro halted operation of the pipeline transporting bauxite from Paragominas to Alunorte for extended maintenance to replace a section of the pipeline earlier than planned, temporarily halting production at Paragominas and reducing production at Alunorte to 50 percent of full capacity. On October 8, Paragominas resumed production. Alunorte is now ramping up production towards nameplate capacity.“I am happy to see Alunorte back on track and ramping up production. We have also decided to resume full production at our Husnes plant in Norway by end of November, after running at half capacity since the financial crisis in 2009. Husnes is among the most climate-efficient aluminium plants in the world, producing a material acknowledged by the European Union as an essential building block for the low-carbon, circular society,” says Aasheim. Global GDP and industrial production have recovered during the quarter, but the Covid-19 situation continues to cause market uncertainty. The global fall in demand and government-imposed restrictions have negatively affected operations during the quarter. The Covid-19 situation has mostly affected Extruded Solutions and Rolled Products, although order intake and capacity utilization have improved. Bauxite & Alumina, Primary Metal, Metal Markets recycling facilities and Energy have been operating largely as normal during the quarter. Hydro’s improvement efforts are moving forward with full speed, focusing on the cost levers we can control in these uncertain times. The target NOK 4.1 billion by 2020 is behind plan due to the pipeline maintenance. However, the overall 2023 goal of NOK 7.3 billion in improvements remains.The EU's revised guidelines for CO2 compensation pave the way for continued production of low-carbon aluminum in Norway. For Hydro's renewable energy-based aluminum production, predictable and robust compensation of the actual CO2 surcharge in power prices will make a critical contribution to our operations. “Low-carbon aluminium products can play a crucial role in reducing global CO2 emissions, meeting the growing demand for these products in a number of sectors, including transport and construction,” says Aasheim.In addition, The European Commission announced on September 22, 2020, its decision to impose provisional antidumping duties on aluminium extrusions originating in China. The duties are an outcome of an investigation opened in February 2020. The European Commission has now found that Chinese extrusions have been sold in the European Union at prices so low that they can be considered dumping and unfair competition to EU producers.For Hydro’s around 40 extrusion plants in Europe, the antidumping action is a move that will mitigate unfair competition. For Hydro’s customers, this will contribute to making sure Europe continues to have a viable extrusion industry which will still face strong competition due to the many players in the market.Hydro's net debt position decreased from NOK 13.2 billion to NOK 9.9 billion at the end of the quarter. Net cash provided by operating activities amounted to NOK 4.5 billion. Net cash used in investment activities, excluding short term investments, amounted to NOK 1.5 billion.Hydro held NOK 17.5 billion in cash and cash equivalents and NOK 4.2 billion short-term deposits, included in short-term investments, at the end of the third quarter. The revolving credit facility of USD 1.6 billion was fully available at the end of the quarter.Investor contact:Line Haugetraa, Head of Investor Relations, +47 41406376 line.haugetraa@hydro.comPress contact: Halvor Molland, Senior vice president, Media Relations +47 92979797 Halvor.molland@hydro.comThis information is subject to the disclosure requirements pursuant to Section 5-12 the Norwegian Securities Trading ActAttachments * Q3 2020 Report * Q3 2020 Presentation