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Boliden AB (publ) (BOL.ST)

Stockholm - Stockholm Real Time Price. Currency in SEK
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369.40-5.75 (-1.53%)
At close: 05:29PM CET
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Previous Close375.15
Open376.15
Bid369.75 x 0
Ask369.85 x 0
Day's Range368.85 - 377.85
52 Week Range298.65 - 514.60
Volume664,290
Avg. Volume1,191,247
Market Cap101.035B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.16
PE Ratio (TTM)8.99
EPS (TTM)41.08
Earnings DateFeb 14, 2023
Forward Dividend & Yield10.50 (2.89%)
Ex-Dividend DateMay 11, 2022
1y Target Est355.84
  • Reuters

    Norway electrochemical workers strike ends

    A strike among Norwegian electrochemical industry workers ended on Wednesday after employers and workers agreed a wage deal, Norway's Federation of Norwegian Industries, which organises the employers, and affected companies said on Wednesday. The strike, which started on Aug. 15, targeted several electrochemical plants, including Boliden's zinc smelter in Odda and Glencore's nickel refinery in Kristiansand as well as aluminium output at Norsk Hydro and Alcoa. Swedish miner Boliden on Tuesday declared force majeure on zinc deliveries to Europe due to the strike action.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Boliden declares force majeure on zinc amid Norway strike

    Swedish miner Boliden has declared force majeure on zinc deliveries to Europe due to a strike among Norwegian electrochemical industry workers, although some production is still running, a company spokesperson said on Tuesday. The strike, which started on Monday, is targeting several electrochemical plants, including Boliden's zinc smelter in Odda and Glencore's nickel refinery in Kristiansand as well as aluminium output at Norsk Hydro and Alcoa. "Zinc production is still running to a certain extent but of course we wish for the situation to return to normal, not least to be able to meet demand from our customers," a Boliden spokesperson said in an emailed statement.

  • Reuters

    Boliden declares force majeure on zinc amid Norway strike

    Swedish miner Boliden has declared force majeure on zinc deliveries to Europe due to a strike among Norwegian electrochemical industry workers, although some production is still running, a company spokesperson said on Tuesday. The strike, which started on Monday, is targeting several electrochemical plants, including Boliden's zinc smelter in Odda and Glencore's nickel refinery in Kristiansand as well as aluminium output at Norsk Hydro and Alcoa. "Zinc production is still running to a certain extent but of course we wish for the situation to return to normal, not least to be able to meet demand from our customers," a Boliden spokesperson said in an emailed statement.