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Autoliv Inc (ALV.N)

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Fri, Jul 19 2019

Airbag maker Autoliv revs up cost cuts to counter car market slump

STOCKHOLM Sweden's Autoliv said it would step up cost cuts as the car safety equipment maker became the latest casualty of a deteriorating auto industry to lower its 2019 sales growth and profit margin expectations.

Airbag maker Autoliv revs up cost cuts to counter car market slump

STOCKHOLM Sweden's Autoliv said it would step up cost cuts as the car safety equipment maker became the latest casualty of a deteriorating auto industry to lower its 2019 sales growth and profit margin expectations.

UPDATE 2-Airbag maker Autoliv revs up cost cuts to counter car market slump

* Sees FY adj operating margin 9.0%-9.5% vs about 10.5% previously

Autoliv slashes full-year outlook after quarterly profit slide

STOCKHOLM, July 19 Sweden's Autoliv cut its 2019 organic sales growth outlook on Friday, as the car safety equipment maker became the latest casualty of a deteriorating auto industry to report a quarterly earnings miss.

Airbag maker Autoliv sticks with 2019 forecasts, shares rise

STOCKHOLM Autoliv, the world's largest maker of airbags and seatbelts, on Friday published organic sales growth and margin forecasts for 2019 that topped analysts' estimates, sending its shares higher.

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.

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