AB Volvo




Heavy Machinery & Vehicles

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VOLVO B : Deutsche Bank reiterates its Buy rating ZD
Volvo Trucks Lands Orders from Italy's Lannutti Group MT
VOLVO : Stronger-than-expected Q2 results with higher prices protecting margins as the truck cycle softens Alphavalue
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VOLVO B : Buy rating from Jefferies ZD
VOLVO B : Gets a Buy rating from Bernstein ZD
VOLVO B : Receives a Buy rating from Goldman Sachs ZD
VOLVO B : JP Morgan sticks Neutral ZD
Transcript : AB Volvo, Q2 2024 Earnings Call, Jul 18, 2024
AB Volvo Posts Higher H1 Attributable Income; Net Sales Down MT
Truckmaker Volvo beats profit expectations but says demand normalizing RE
Truck maker Volvo's profit beats expectations, says demand keeps normalising RE
AB Volvo Reports Earnings Results for the Second Quarter and Six Months Ended June 30, 2024 CI
Volvo Cars blames EU tariffs as it cuts 2024 sales forecast RE
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U.S., nearly $1.1 billion in grants to Stellantis and GM for Ev production RE
Biden administration to award nearly $1.1 billion to Stellantis, GM for EV production RE
VOLVO B : Jefferies reaffirms its Buy rating ZD
VOLVO B : RBC sticks Neutral ZD
Volvo Group and Westport Celebrate Transformative Partnership CI
Geely-Backed Polestar Forecasts Revenue Pickup in Q2 MT
VOLVO B : Goldman Sachs remains its Buy rating ZD
Wetteri Unit Buys Sports Car Center Branch in Finland MT
Volvo Closes Sale of Specialized Vehicle Maker Arquus MT
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AB Volvo is the leading European truck maker and No. 3 worldwide. Net sales break down by activity as follows: - sales of trucks (66.3%): 246,272 vehicles sold in 2023 (names Volvo, Renault, Eicher and Mack); - sales of construction equipment (18.7%): excavators, loaders, backhoes, hydraulic shovels, graders, dump trucks, etc.; - financial services (4.3%); - bus and chassis sales (4%): world's No. 2 largest manufacturer; - sales of parts, control systems, and marine and industrial motors (3.7%): for commerce and cruise ships and for industrial applications (irrigation units, lifting trucks, electrical generators, etc.); - other (3%). Net sales are distributed geographically as follows: Europe (42.8%), North America (29.8%), Asia (12%), South America (8.9%), Africa and Oceania (6.5%).
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