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Atlas Copco AB Class A ATCO A Stock Quote

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Last close prices updated as of Jan 26, 2023, 5:29 PM CET | SEK
  • Last Close 124.48
  • Sector Industrials
  • Industry Specialty Industrial Machinery
  • Investment Style Large Growth
  • Day Range 124.48  –  136.46
  • Year Range 25.13  –  136.60
  • Market Cap 605.7786 Bil
  • Volume / Avg 12.7 Mil /  4.1 Mil
  • Price / Sales 4.64
  • Price / Book 7.90
  • Forward Div Yield 1.47%
  • Trailing Div Yield 5.06%

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Atlas Copco Posts a Mixed Fourth Quarter On Divisional Performance

Analyst Note

| Denise Molina |

Atlas Copco's fourth-quarter 2022 group orders and margins were disproportionately hit by weakness in its vacuum division, whose primary end market is the semiconductor manufacturing sector. We see the divisional weakness as temporary as we expect many sectors of the economy to continue supporting long-term semiconductor demand by expanding use cases. Full-year group earnings were slightly ahead of our forecasts with reported EPS of SEK 4.81, just ahead our SEK 4.73 estimate. We maintain our narrow moat rating and EUR 120 fair value estimate.

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Company Profile ATCO A

Business Description

Atlas Copco is a 140-year-old Swedish company and a pioneer in air compression technology. Today, the company is still the world's leading air compressor manufacturer, with around 25% market share. The company's product portfolio includes power tools and vacuum pumps. For vacuum pumps, the semiconductor chip cycle is a key demand driver. The company generates revenue from three sources: initial equipment sales, spare parts, and maintenance. Its operations span 180 countries.

Sickla Industrivag 19, Nacka
Stockholm, 13154, SWE
Industry Specialty Industrial Machinery
Employees 47,986

FAQs for Atlas Copco AB Class A Stock

Yes. ATCO A has a forward dividend yield of 1.47%. See ATCO A’s full dividends and stock split history on the Dividend tab.
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ATCO A’s market cap is 605.78 Bil.
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ATCO A’s stock style is Large Growth.
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ATCO A’s price/sales is 4.94.
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ATCO A’s price/forward earnings is 24.51.
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ATCO A’s price/book is 8.41.
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ATCO A’s beta can be found in Trading Information at the top of this page.
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