Skanska traded at 154.05 this Wednesday June 29th, decreasing 2.55 or 1.63 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Skanska lost 9.73 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 32.14 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Skanska to be priced at 145.65 by the end of this quarter and at 132.03 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.

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Peers Price Day Year
AF Gruppen 162.20 -1.20 -0.73% -14.54%
Boskalis 32.08 0.06 0.19% 18.55%
Citycon Oyj 6.62 -0.13 -1.85% -7.93%
Mota Engil 1.25 -0.02 -1.57% -10.59%
Entra 126.10 -4.70 -3.59% -35.92%
Ferrovial 24.10 -0.11 -0.45% -2.63%
Eiffage SA 87.74 -1.60 -1.79% 2.26%
Gek Terna Holding 9.27 -0.03 -0.32% -0.86%
Martifer 1.30 -0.03 -2.26% 115.95%
Skanska 154.05 -2.55 -1.63% -32.14%
Teixeira Duarte 0.08 -0.001 -1.41% -21.31%
YIT 3.30 -0.08 -2.25% -36.07%

Indexes Price Day Year
Stockholm 1908 -4.83 -0.25% -15.68%

Skanska AB is a Sweden-based construction and project development company. The Company’s operations are divided into four operating segments: Construction, which includes both building construction and civil construction; Residential Development, which develops residential projects for immediate sale; Commercial Property Development, which initiates, develops, leases and divests commercial property projects, and Infrastructure Development, which specializes in identifying, developing and investing in privately financed infrastructure projects, such as highways, hospitals and power generating plants. Skanska AB has operations in the Nordic countries, Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary and the United States, among others.