Morningstar‘s Stock Analysis SSAAF
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Company Profile SSAAF
SSAB is a Sweden-based company that operates through five divisions. SSAB special steels sell structural high-strength steel, wear-resistant steel, protection steel, and tool steel. SSAB Europe is a Nordic-based producer of the strip, plate, and tube products. SSAB Americas is a Northern American steel plate and coil maker. Tibnor, SSAB's subsidiary, is a Nordic distributor of steel and nonferrous metals. Ruukki Construction, another subsidiary of SSAB, is a Europe-based provider of energy-efficient building and construction solutions. Steel products represent the majority of the company's sales. SSAB primarily serves customers from heavy transport, construction, automotive, construction machinery, energy, and other sectors. SSAB generates most of its revenue from Europe and North America.
Stockholm, SE-101 21, SWE
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FAQs for SSAB AB Class A Stock
Yes. SSAAF has a forward dividend yield of 1.51%.
SSAAF’s full dividends and stock split history
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SSAAF’s market cap is 5.66 Bil.
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SSAAF’s stock style is Mid Value.
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SSAAF’s beta can be found in Trading Information at the top of this page.
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