ELECTROLUX AB (ELUXY)

46.95
OTC Markets
Prev Close 47.12
Day Low/High 46.66 / 47.00
52 Wk Low/High 43.40 / 72.89
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Shares Outstanding 300.73B
Market Cap 7.09B
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Invitation To Electrolux Q2 Presentation

Invitation To Electrolux Q2 Presentation

Electrolux results for the second quarter of 2018 will be published on July 18, 2018, at approximately 08.00 CET

Electrolux Sets Provision Related To Competition Authority Investigation In France

Electrolux Sets Provision Related To Competition Authority Investigation In France

STOCKHOLM, June 20, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Electrolux will set a provision of approximately MSEK 550, in connection to a previously communicated investigation by the French Competition Authority.

Electrolux Explores The Future Of Cooking By Partnering With Leading Food Tech Event

Electrolux Explores The Future Of Cooking By Partnering With Leading Food Tech Event

STOCKHOLM, Sweden, June 1, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Electrolux will be a headline sponsor to the first European edition of the global food tech conference Smart Kitchen Summit (SKS).

Electrolux Announces Launch Of Pure I9 Robotic Vacuum Cleaner In The US

Electrolux Announces Launch Of Pure I9 Robotic Vacuum Cleaner In The US

Electrolux leverages digital expertise of its recently acquired smart kitchen brand Anova Culinary to launch direct to consumer sales of Pure i9 in the United States

5 Solid European Value Stocks Investing Heavily for Future Growth

5 Solid European Value Stocks Investing Heavily for Future Growth

Investing in growth should be a criterion that investors cherish, not shun.

12 Stocks That Benefit From Rising First-Time Home Buying

12 Stocks That Benefit From Rising First-Time Home Buying

These furniture and appliance names could rise, but some may already be pricey.

Americans Are Going Absolutely Bananas for Refrigerators, Dryers

Americans Are Going Absolutely Bananas for Refrigerators, Dryers

Best Buy is the latest retailer to report impressive sales of appliances thanks to the continued U.S. housing recovery.

European Markets Recover in Late Afternoon

European Markets Recover in Late Afternoon

U.S. growth numbers buoy overseas markets.

European Markets Fall After Bank of Japan Rate Disappointment

European Markets Fall After Bank of Japan Rate Disappointment

Deutsche Bank jumps on brighter-than-expected first-quarter numbers but the prospect of order delays grounds shares in Airbus.

Why China Is an M&A Machine

Why China Is an M&A Machine

Credit worries may lurk in the shadows for the world's second-largest economy, but the Communist nation appears headed for another record year of cross-border dealmaking.

Dow-DuPont Merger Talks Show Willingness to Risk Regulator Backlash

Dow-DuPont Merger Talks Show Willingness to Risk Regulator Backlash

Companies are increasingly less afraid to undertake antitrust risk.

Stocks Slump as Oil Closes at Lowest Since 2009

Stocks Slump as Oil Closes at Lowest Since 2009

U.S. stocks extend losses in the final hour of trading after crude oil closes at its lowest level since February 2009.

Stocks Plummet as Crude Oil Nears $38

Stocks Plummet as Crude Oil Nears $38

U.S. stocks extend losses on Monday, dragged lower by a steep selloff in crude oil prices.

Stock Futures Turn Mixed as Keurig Jumps, Chipotle Slumps

Stock Futures Turn Mixed as Keurig Jumps, Chipotle Slumps

U.S. stock futures turn mixed on Monday as the consumer discretionary sector is pulled in two opposite directions by Keurig Green Mountain and Chipotle.

Dec. 7 Premarket Briefing: 10 Things You Should Know

Dec. 7 Premarket Briefing: 10 Things You Should Know

U.S. stock futures are pushing higher on Monday following the strong U.S. jobs report.

European Stocks Rise, Take Positive View of Likely U.S. Rates Hike

European Stocks Rise, Take Positive View of Likely U.S. Rates Hike

European markets rise Monday as they take a more positive view of a likely U.S. interest rate hike next week.

Why GE's $10 Billion Alstom Purchase Is its Best Deal in a Century

Why GE's $10 Billion Alstom Purchase Is its Best Deal in a Century

General Electric's purchase of Alstom's power businesses creates a $50 billion backlog for turbine services, boosting GE's total order backlog to about $300 billion.

A Retail Retrenchment; Playing the Home Improvement Boom: Jim Cramer's Best Blogs

A Retail Retrenchment; Playing the Home Improvement Boom: Jim Cramer's Best Blogs

Catch up on Jim Cramer's ideas from this past week, when he wrote about where consumers are spending now, and less obvious ways to profit from robust home improvement sales.

GE's $13.8 Billion Alstom Deal Likely to Get EU Approval, Alstom CEO Says

GE's $13.8 Billion Alstom Deal Likely to Get EU Approval, Alstom CEO Says

What would be GE's biggest acquisition to date looks to be on course to clear its final regulatory hurdle and cross the finish line this quarter.

Why GE's Growing More Optimistic About Manufacturing Growth This Year

Why GE's Growing More Optimistic About Manufacturing Growth This Year

General Electric posted second-quarter earnings in line with analysts' estimates as CEO Jeffrey Immelt accelerated sales of the company's massive loan portfolio while focusing on manufacturing businesses.

GE Gets Helping Hand From the 'Maytag Man' in Electrolux Deal

GE Gets Helping Hand From the 'Maytag Man' in Electrolux Deal

General Electric is turning to the merger of Whirlpool and Maytag to defend the $3.3 billion sale of its appliance business to Electrolux.

July 2 Premarket Briefing: 10 Things You Should Know

July 2 Premarket Briefing: 10 Things You Should Know

U.S. stock futures are rising modestly as investors maintain hope for a Greek debt deal and prepare to kick off for the July 4 holiday.

European Stocks Flat as Greek Uncertainty Hovers

European Stocks Flat as Greek Uncertainty Hovers

Greece dominates market considerations as European markets trade without direction. The question is, will Greece accept austerity measures and stay in the eurozone?

GE Will Fight Justice Department's Attempt to Block $3.3 Billion Appliance Sale

GE Will Fight Justice Department's Attempt to Block $3.3 Billion Appliance Sale

The sale, originally announced in September, is one piece of CEO Jeffrey Immelt's plan to reshape the company founded by Thomas Edison into an infrastructure and technology provider.

European Stocks Take Positive View of Greece Debt Talks; HSBC Rises

European Stocks Take Positive View of Greece Debt Talks; HSBC Rises

European stocks are rising as European ministers meet with Greece over bailout funds and as HSBC threatens to leave the U.K.

GE to Shed GE Capital, Starting With $26.5 Billion Sale of Real Estate Holdings

GE to Shed GE Capital, Starting With $26.5 Billion Sale of Real Estate Holdings

General Electric is expected to sell off most of its GE Capital finance unit, starting with the sale of its real estate division for $26.5 billion.

GE and PG Talk Transitions, Markets, Oil

My panel discussion featuring these 2 multinational companies.

Jim Cramer: When Consumers Spend, They'll Buy Whirlpool Appliances

Jim Cramer: When Consumers Spend, They'll Buy Whirlpool Appliances

TheStreet's Jim Cramer says consumers are saving their money to go to Home Depot and buy an appliance or two, which will boost Whirlpool and its shares.