Investor B traded at 174.38 this Wednesday July 6th, increasing 4.28 or 2.52 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Investor B gained 6.33 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 15.31 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Investor B to be priced at 164.23 by the end of this quarter and at 148.68 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.

Stock Price
174.40
Daily Change
2.53%
Yearly
-15.30%

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Peers Price Day Year
Ackermans & Van Haar 140.90 0.80 0.57% -2.96%
Aker 717.50 -10.50 -1.44% 6.85%
Exor 59.00 1.20 2.08% -13.01%
Group Bruxelles 80.50 1.18 1.49% -16.15%
Investor B 174.40 4.30 2.53% -15.30%
Investment Kinnevik 168.10 7.35 4.57% -54.23%
Sofina 202.00 8.40 4.34% -45.82%

Indexes Price Day Year
Stockholm 1912 45.78 2.45% -17.80%

Investor B
Investor AB is a Sweden-based industrial holding company. Its operations are divided into three business segments: Listed Core Investments, EQT and Patricia Industries. The Listed Core Investments segment consists of listed holdings, which embrace ABB, AstraZeneca, Atlas Copco, Electrolux, Ericsson, Husqvarna, Nasdaq, Saab, SEB, Sobi and Wartsila. The EQT segment consists of the holdings in EQT private equity company. The Patricia Industries includes the wholly-owned subsidiaries, 3 Scandinavia and the former IGC portfolio, as well as all other financial investments, except EQT and the Company’s trading portfolio. The wholly-owned subsidiaries include Aleris, BraunAbility, Laborie, Molnlycke, Permobil, The Grand Group and Vectura.