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Atlas Copco AB (ATCOa.ST)

ATCOa.ST on Stockholm Stock Exchange

211.85SEK
18 Dec 2018
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Fri, Oct 19 2018

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Slower orders for Atlas Copco spooks industry rivals too

STOCKHOLM Sweden's Atlas Copco reported lower than expected third-quarter orders on Friday and forecast softer demand for the remainder of the year, sending shares in the industrial equipment maker tumbling.

UPDATE 2-Slower orders for Atlas Copco spooks industry rivals too

* Worries among industrial firms of global slowdown (Adds analyst comment, background, detail, updates shares)

Atlas Copco to buy cryogenics business from Brooks in $675 million deal

STOCKHOLM Swedish compressor and vacuum pump maker Atlas Copco is buying U.S.-based Brooks Automation's cryogenic business in a $675 million cash deal to expand its vacuum technology portfolio, the companies said late on Monday.

Atlas Copco to buy cryogenics business from Brooks in $675 million deal

STOCKHOLM Swedish compressor and vacuum pump maker Atlas Copco is buying U.S.-based Brooks Automation's cryogenic business in a $675 million cash deal to expand its vacuum technology portfolio, the companies said late on Monday.

Atlas Copco to buy cryogenics business from Brooks in $675 million deal

STOCKHOLM, Aug 28 Swedish compressor and vacuum pump maker Atlas Copco is buying U.S.-based Brooks Automation's cryogenic business in a $675 million cash deal to expand its vacuum technology portfolio, the companies said late on Monday.

UPDATE 2-Atlas Copco shares fall as growth slowdown in vacuum raises worries

* Group orders, profits top forecasts (Adds background, detail, updates shares)

Atlas Copco shares fall as vacuum slowdown takes shine off profit beat

STOCKHOLM, July 20 Sweden's Atlas Copco reported lower than expected quarterly order intake in its fast-growing Vacuum Technique unit on Friday, taking the shine off better than forecast group orders intake and profit, and sending its shares lower.

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