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Akzo Nobel NV (AKZO.AS)

AKZO.AS on Amsterdam Stock Exchange

76.89EUR
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Wed, Apr 24 2019

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Akzo Nobel shares fall as analysts question 2020 target

AMSTERDAM Shares in Akzo Nobel fell 3 percent on Wednesday as the Dutch paints and coatings maker left analysts questioning whether its 2020 financial targets were overly ambitious, despite an increase in first-quarter profits.

Akzo Nobel shares fall as analysts question 2020 target

AMSTERDAM Shares in Akzo Nobel fell 3 percent on Wednesday as the Dutch paints and coatings maker left analysts questioning whether its 2020 financial targets were overly ambitious, despite an increase in first-quarter profits.

UPDATE 2-Akzo Nobel shares fall as analysts question 2020 target

AMSTERDAM, April 24 Shares in Akzo Nobel fell 3 percent on Wednesday as the Dutch paints and coatings maker left analysts questioning whether its 2020 financial targets were overly ambitious, despite an increase in first-quarter profits.

Netherlands' Akzo Nobel fourth-quarter core earnings beat; sees lower input costs

AMSTERDAM Dutch paint maker Akzo Nobel on Wednesday posted flat fourth-quarter core earnings of 240 million euros ($272 million), but marginally beat expectations, and said it expected pressure from rising raw material costs to ease in 2019.

UPDATE 1-Netherlands' Akzo Nobel Q4 core earnings beat; sees lower input costs

AMSTERDAM, Feb 13 Dutch paint maker Akzo Nobel on Wednesday posted flat fourth-quarter core earnings of 240 million euros ($272 million), but marginally beat expectations, and said it expected pressure from rising raw material costs to ease in 2019.

Akzo Nobel's fourth-quarter earnings top estimates

AMSTERDAM, Feb 13 Dutch paints and coatings maker Akzo Nobel on Wednesday posted better-than-expected fourth-quarter core earnings of 240 million euros ($272 million) as higher prices helped offset lower volumes and a slowdown in China.

Euros trade better than dollars as US market tumbles

NEW YORK, Dec 5 (LPC) - Euro-denominated loans are trading better on recent cross-border deals from issuers such as Refinitiv, the former Financial & Risk unit of Thomson Reuters, and Akzo Nobel’s chemical unit, in the midst of turbulent market conditions in the US.

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