ESTOCOLMO, 20 mayo Un estudio sueco encontró que
sólo el 7,3 por ciento de los habitantes de Estocolmo
desarrollaron anticuerpos contra COVID-19 a finales de abril, lo
que podría avivar la preocupación de que la decisión de no hacer
cuarentenas en Suecia contra la pandemia pueda traer poca
inmunidad de rebaño en un futuro próximo.
STOCKHOLM, May 20 A Swedish study found that
just 7.3 percent of Stockholmers developed COVID-19 antibodies
by late April, which could fuel concern that a decision not to
lock down Sweden against the pandemic may bring little herd
immunity in the near future.
STOCKHOLM Autoliv , the world's largest producer of airbags and seatbelts, reported a much smaller than expected fall in the quarterly earnings on Friday and said it had seen a recovery in demand and output in China as pandemic restrictions eased.
STOCKHOLM Sweden's AB Volvo on Thursday warned of stalling truck orders and a challenging adjustment to a "new normal" of feebler demand after reporting a smaller-than-expected fall in quarterly operating earnings helped by service sales.
STOCKHOLM Swedish lockmaker Assa Abloy's profit fell steeply in the first quarter as the fallout from the new coronavirus hit its Asian business hard and began to dent profitability elsewhere.
STOCKHOLM, April 7 Swedish lockmaker Assa Abloy
said on Tuesday its operating earnings and
like-for-like sales fell in the first quarter as the coronavirus
outbreak hit its Asian business, but had yet to fully impact
STOCKHOLM Swedish-Danish airline SAS on Tuesday cancelled its flights to northern Italy and withdrew financial guidance for its current financial year after the spread of the coronavirus hit demand.
STOCKHOLM Electrolux warned on Friday the coronavirus outbreak in China would hit its sourcing of products and components from the country, while lingering U.S. production issues would push its North American arm into a first-quarter loss.
STOCKHOLM Swedish truck maker AB Volvo reported a smaller than expected fall in fourth-quarter earnings in the face of slowing demand and announced plans on Thursday for a payout to shareholders that exceeded market expectations.
STOCKHOLM Sweden's SEB has received a list of 194 of its corporate clients from public broadcaster SVT, a day before it airs a programme investigating money laundering in the Baltics that is expected to include information about the bank.