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Husqvarna AB (HUSQa.ST)

HUSQa.ST on Stockholm Stock Exchange

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16 Aug 2019
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Power tools firm Husqvarna CEO sees battery restraints for another decade

STOCKHOLM The head of Husqvarna , the world's biggest gardening power tools maker, said it could take another decade before batteries on the market have enough range to electrify some of the company's still petrol-driven products.

Power tools firm Husqvarna CEO sees battery restraints for another decade

STOCKHOLM The head of Husqvarna, the world's biggest gardening power tools maker, said it could take another decade before batteries on the market have enough range to electrify some of the company's still petrol-driven products.

Power tools firm Husqvarna CEO sees battery restraints for another decade

STOCKHOLM, July 16 The head of Husqvarna , the world's biggest gardening power tools maker, said it could take another decade before batteries on the market have enough range to electrify some of the company's still petrol-driven products.

Husqvarna cools on 2019 margin after chill dents lawn mower demand

STOCKHOLM Husqvarna , the world's biggest maker of garden power tools such as robotic lawn mowers, blamed cold weather for a fall in second-quarter sales and said the dip in demand meant it would probably not achieve its margin target this year.

Husqvarna cools on 2019 margin after chill dents lawn mower demand

STOCKHOLM Husqvarna , the world's biggest maker of garden power tools such as robotic lawn mowers, blamed cold weather for a fall in second-quarter sales and said the dip in demand meant it would probably not achieve its margin target this year.

UPDATE 1-Husqvarna cools on 2019 margin after chill dents lawn mower demand

* Little grass growth hit early gardening season lawn mower sales

Husqvarna profit tops forecast as gardening season beckons

STOCKHOLM Husqvarna, the world's biggest maker of outdoor power tools such as robotic lawn mowers, posted on Wednesday a bigger rise than expected in first-quarter operating profit helped by cost savings and sales growth ahead of the gardening season.

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