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Autoliv Inc (ALV.N)

ALV.N on New York Stock Exchange

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24 May 2019
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Fri, Apr 26 2019

UPDATE 1-Airbag maker Autoliv sticks with 2019 forecasts, shares rise

* Shares up 3 percent (Adds background, details, context, shares)

Autoliv Q1 profit lags forecast, 2019 guidance above consensus

STOCKHOLM, April 26 Sweden's Autoliv , the world's largest maker of airbags and seatbelts, on Friday reported a first-quarter operating profit below market expectations but forecast 2019 organic sales growth and margins above analysts' consensus.

EU fines car safety equipment makers 368 million euros for cartel

BRUSSELS The European Commission said on Tuesday it had fined car safety equipment makers Autoliv and TRW 368.3 million euros for setting up a cartel to supply car seat belts, airbags and steering wheels to European car producers.

EU fines car safety equipment makers 368 million euros for cartel

BRUSSELS The European Commission said on Tuesday it had fined car safety equipment makers Autoliv and TRW 368.3 million euros for setting up a cartel to supply car seat belts, airbags and steering wheels to European car producers.

EU fines car safety equipment makers 368 mln euros for cartel

BRUSSELS, March 5 The European Commission said on Tuesday it had fined car safety equipment makers Autoliv and TRW 368.3 million euros for setting up a cartel to supply car seat belts, airbags and steering wheels to European car producers.

UPDATE 2-Sweden's Autoliv delays 2020 targets as car markets slow

* Sees flat 2019 organic sales growth of 5 pct vs consensus 7 pct

Sweden's Autoliv delays 2020 targets on car market slowdown

STOCKHOLM, Jan 29 Sweden's Autoliv forecast lower-than-expected organic sales growth this year and delayed its 2020 sales and margin targets, blaming a slowdown in car production and sales as well as an increase in raw material prices.

Veoneer poaches new CFO from former parent Autoliv

STOCKHOLM, Jan 8 Swedish high-tech car safety products maker Veoneer has recruited former parent Autoliv's finance chief Mats Backman as its new Chief Financial Officer, it said in a statement on Tuesday.

Autoliv sets aside $210 million to cover European cartel investigation

STOCKHOLM Sweden's Autoliv is setting aside $210 million this quarter to cover a fine it expects the European Commission to impose after a long-running cartel investigation, the car safety equipment maker said on Thursday.

UPDATE 1-Autoliv sets aside $210 mln to cover European cartel investigation

STOCKHOLM, Dec 6 Sweden's Autoliv is setting aside $210 million this quarter to cover a fine it expects the European Commission to impose after a long-running cartel investigation, the car safety equipment maker said on Thursday.

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