Stockholm Stock Exchange | Large Cap
3 months
Pareto SecuritiesSEBDanske Bank MarketsCarnegieHandelsbanken Capital MarketsDNBDNB MarketsNordea MarketsHandelsbankenDanske BankSEB EquitiesABG Sundal Collier

Price Targets

Latest price targets per analyst.

AnalystPrice TargetDateUpside
Pareto Securities85 SEKMay 27
SEB100 SEKApr 11
Danske Bank Markets85 SEKApr 7
Carnegie85 SEKMar 25
Handelsbanken Capital Markets120 SEKJan 21
DNB130 SEKJan 20
DNB Markets138 SEKDec -21
Nordea Markets145 SEKOct -21
Handelsbanken130 SEKOct -21
Danske Bank140 SEKOct -21
SEB Equities72 SEKApr -21
ABG Sundal Collier67 SEKApr -21

About The Company

Arjo was first listed on the Stockholm and London stock exchanges in 1993. At that time, Arjo had around 1,100 employees and a turnover of around SEK 1,300 million. In 1995, Arjo was acquired by the Getinge Group, which thereby expanded its product range to also include medical beds, patient lifts and bathing systems. Arjo thus formed the basis of Getinge's business area Extended Care.