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Skanska Builds Residential Apartments In Nashville, USA, For USD 74 Mln
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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.
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Swedish building group Skanska's <SKAb.ST> efforts to improve margins are on track, it said on Wednesday as it reported better than expected second-quarter operating profit.
Swedish building group Skanska reported on Wednesday a second-quarter operating profit above analysts' expectations and said the market situation was overall positive.
Skanska expects favourable outcomes in legal cases to have a total positive impact of 408 million crowns ($43.1 million) on its quarterly profit, it said on Wednesday.
Swedish builder Skanska reported an unexpected fall in first-quarter operating earnings on Friday as profit at its commercial development operations tumbled, sending shares down.
Swedish building group Skanska reported on Friday an unexpected fall in first-quarter operating profit and lowered its outlook for the Swedish non-residential construction market slightly.
Sweden's Skanska does not expect to hit an operating margin target for its construction business this year or next, sending its shares down nearly 3 percent on Wednesday.
Swedish construction group Skanska said on Thursday it did not expect to reach its target for an operating margin of at least 3.5 percent in its construction business this year or the next.
Swedish builder Skanska surprised investors with a proposal to cut its dividend on Friday, sending its shares lower despite a jump in fourth quarter operating profit.
Swedish builder Skanska reported on Friday a smaller rise than expected in fourth-quarter operating profit and proposed a lower dividend than expected.
Swedish builder Skanska reported on Thursday a decline in third-quarter order intake and confirmed a fall in operating earnings that matched a profit warning issued last month.
Swedish builder Skanska said on Thursday it booked charges of 1.3 billion crowns ($143.81 million) in the third quarter relating to construction projects in the United States and its exit from the power sector in the country.
Shares in Skanska <SKAb.ST> slid on Friday after the Swedish builder reported an unexpected drop in second-quarter profit due to new project writedowns at its struggling U.S. construction business.
Swedish construction firm Skanska posted on Friday an unexpected drop in second-quarter operating profit and said its Construction division had taken new writedowns in the quarter.
* SKANSKA BUILDS MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT IN LONDON, UK, FOR GBP 141 M, ABOUT SEK 1.6 BILLION
Construction group Skanska on Wednesday reported a bigger-than-expected fall in first-quarter profit mainly on the back of writedowns related to project delays in Poland, sending its shares down.
Swedish construction firm Skanska posted on Wednesday a bigger-than-expected 65 percent dive in first-quarter operating profit and said it had identified additional project delays in Poland.
* SKANSKA SELLS OFFICE BUILDING IN BUCHAREST, ROMANIA, FOR EUR 53 M, ABOUT SEK 530 M Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Reporting by Stockholm Newsroom)
* SKANSKA SELLS PRE-SCHOOL AND RETIREMENT HOME IN MALMÖ, SWEDEN, FOR SEK 295 M Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Reporting By Anna Ringstrom)
* SKANSKA BUILDS PRODUCTION AND STORAGE FACILITY IN GLIWICE, POLAND, FOR PLN 128 M, ABOUT SEK 300 M Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Reporting by Stockholm Newsroom)
* SKANSKA SELLS OFFICE BUILDING IN SOLNA, SWEDEN, FOR ABOUT SEK 200 M Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Stockholm Newsroom)
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