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Kitron ASA (0F0J.L)

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23,55-0,05 (-0,21%)
Alla chiusura: 02:00PM GMT
Schermo intero
Chiusura precedente23,60
Aperto23,60
Denaro0,00 x 0
Lettera0,00 x 0
Min-Max giorno23,55 - 23,60
Intervallo di 52 settimane23,55 - 23,60
Volume576
Media VolumeN/D
Capitalizzazione43,45M
Beta (5 anni mensile)1,00
Rapporto PE (ttm)0,29
EPS (ttm)0,81
Prossima data utiliN/D
Rendimento e dividendo (forward)N/D (N/D)
Data ex dividendoN/D
Stima target 1AN/D
  • GlobeNewswire

    Kitron lifts financial outlook for 2022

    (2022-12-08) Kitron updates its financial outlook due to strong demand and further easing of supply constraints. At this point, Kitron raises its full-year 2022 revenue outlook to between NOK 6 450 and 6 550 million. Operating profit (EBIT) is expected to be between NOK 440 million and 470 million. In its third-quarter report, Kitron increased the 2022 revenue outlook to an interval of NOK 6 200 to 6 400 million, while the interval for operating profit (EBIT) at the time was increased to NOK 390

  • GlobeNewswire

    Kitron: Kitron to host Capital Markets Presentation

    (2022-12-07) Kitron ASA will host a Capital Markets Presentation in Oslo, Norway, on 13 December 2022 to provide an update on strategic and financial ambitions. The event will start at 09:00 CET and last for approximately two hours. To register in advance for the physical event, please send an email to: investorrelations@kitron.com There will also be a live webcast at the following link: https://channel.royalcast.com/hegnarmedia/#!/hegnarmedia/20221213_1 For further information, please contact:C

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    Kitron selected as main electronics supplier for KONGSBERG's weapon station system

    (2022-11-07) Kitron has entered into a long-term production agreement with an expected value of NOK 750 million with Kongsberg Defense & Aerospace AS for electronic modules that are part of KONGSBERG’s remote weapon station system (RWS). “This is a significant agreement for Kitron. It both extends and expands our strong collaboration with KONGSBERG,” says Peter Nilsson, CEO of Kitron. On Monday, 31 October, KONGSBERG announced a new 5-year framework agreement with the U.S. Army for its version o