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ABB Ltd
(NYSE: ABB)
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21.43
+0.04
+0.19%
After Hours :
21.50
+0.07
+0.33%

Open

21.31

Previous Close

21.39

Volume (Avg)

1.60M (1.80M)

Day's Range

21.24-21.48

52Wk Range

19.92-27.25

Market Cap.

49.00B

Dividend Rate (Yield )

- (3.64%)

Beta

1.38

Shares Outstanding

2.28B

P/E Ratio (EPS)

18.94 (1.06)

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Financials
  • Income Statement
  • Balance Sheet
  • Cash Flow
Operating Income
4.39B
Operating Margin
10.48
Total Equity
-
Retained Earnings
-
Free Cashflow
-
Price/Cashflow
-
Ownership

Institutional Ownership

4.09%

Top 10 Institutions

1.91%

Mutual Fund Ownership

1.20%

Float

-

5% / Insider Ownership

-

Corporate insiders or major stockholders reporting trading activity in the stock.

Top Mutual Fund Owners

Top Institutional Owners

Mutual Fund Name

Institution Name

  • Mutual Fund Name

  • Shares Held

  • % Change

  • % Outstanding

  • Vanguard Wellington™

  •  

    14,026,500

  • 45.23

  • 0.61

  • Neuberger Berman Multi-Cap Opp Fund

  •  

    1,750,000

  • -9.56

  • 0.08

  • Franklin Growth Fund

  •  

    1,500,000

  • 0.00

  • 0.07

  • Neuberger Berman US Multi Cap Opps Fund

  •  

    1,450,000

  • 0.00

  • 0.06

  • Loomis Sayles Value Fund

  •  

    1,129,030

  • 12.15

  • 0.05

  • Sentinel Common Stock Fund

  •  

    724,994

  • 0.00

  • 0.03

  • Trimark Diversified Income Class

  •  

    452,508

  • 2.47

  • 0.02

  • DFA International Core Equity Portfolio

  •  

    444,892

  • 0.00

  • 0.02

  • Vanguard VIF Balanced

  •  

    367,600

  • 0.00

  • 0.02

  • Trimark Diversified Yield Class

  •  

    340,161

  • 6.62

  • 0.01

  • Institution Name

  • Shares Held

  • % Change

  • % Outstanding

  • Wellington Management Company, LLP

  •  

    14,394,100

  • +45.23%

  • 0.63

  • Delaware Management Business Trust

  •  

    6,142,534

  • +37.11%

  • 0.27

  • Neuberger Berman LLC

  •  

    5,263,491

  • +2.57%

  • 0.23

  • Credit Suisse First Boston (CSFB)

  •  

    3,613,419

  • -9.63%

  • 0.16

  • Northern Trust Investments, N.A.

  •  

    3,247,043

  • +5.93%

  • 0.14

  • Schafer Cullen Capital Management Inc

  •  

    2,701,224

  • -16.52%

  • 0.12

  • Invesco Advisers, Inc

  •  

    2,591,355

  • +44.54%

  • 0.11

  • Barrow, Hanley, Mewhinney & Strauss LLC.

  •  

    2,111,950

  • +5.28%

  • 0.09

  • Mondrian Investment Partners Ltd

  •  

    1,812,000

  • +7.86%

  • 0.08

  • Managed Account Advisors LLC

  •  

    1,740,418

  • +1.55%

  • 0.08

Company Profile

Sector

Industrials

Industry

Diversified Industrials

Type

Slow Growth

Style

Large Core

ABB Ltd was formed in 1988 through a merger between Asea AB and BBC Brown Boveri AG. The Company provides power and automation technologies. It offers products, systems, solutions and services that are designed to boost industrial pr...moreoductivity, increase power grid reliability, and enhance energy efficiency. Its automation businesses serves industries with process optimization, control, measurement and protection applications. Its power businesses focuses on power transmission, distribution and power-plant automation, and support electric, gas and water utilities, as well as industrial and commercial customers. Its business is based on a divisional structure, with five divisions: Discrete Automation and Motion, Low Voltage Products, Process Automation, Power Products, and Power Systems. The five divi...moresions operate across two key markets: automation and power. It serves the automation market with products, systems and services designed primarily to improve industrial productivity, energy efficiency and product quality in industrial and manufacturing applications. These also reflect the main demand drivers in the automation market, such as the need by customers to reduce energy and raw material costs, improve product and process quality, increase process and manufacturing safety, lower their environmental impacts and improve the management of large assets such as manufacturing plants. The automation market can be divided into three sectors: Process automation refers to measurement, control, electrification and other applications used in processes where the main objective is continuous production, such as in the oil and gas, power, chemicals, mining, metals, and pulp and paper industries. Product lines for this market include distributed control systems, plant electrification, instrumentation, analytical measurement, control products and motors and drives. Factory automation refers to discrete operations that manufacture individual items in applications such as material handling, picking and packing, metal fabrication, welding, painting and foundry. Typical industries where factory automation is used include automotive, consumer electronics and food and beverage. Product lines for this market include robotic products, systems and services, modular manufacturing solutions, control products and systems, as well as motors, drives and low-voltage products for control and power applications. Building automation comprises product lines and applications aimed at improving the energy efficiency of buildings through automated control of indoor climate, lighting and security. Product lines for this market include a wide range of low-voltage products. It serves the power market with products, systems and services designed primarily to deliver electricity. Electricity is generated in power stations of various types, including thermal, wind, solar and hydro plants and is then fed into an electricity grid through which it is transmitted and distributed to consumers. Transmission systems link power generation sources to distribution systems, often over long distances. These electricity networks incorporate sophisticated devices to transmit electricity, control and monitor the power flow and ensure efficiency, reliability, quality and safety. The Company’s customers include machinery manufacturers, process industries such as pulp and paper, oil and gas, and metals and mining companies, hybrid and batch manufacturers such as food and beverage companies, rail equipment manufacturers, discrete manufacturing companies, utilities and renewable energy suppliers, particularly in the wind and solar sectors. The Company’s competitors include Alstom, Fanuc Robotics, Kuka Robot Group, Rockwell Automation, Schneider, Siemens, Yaskawa, SMA and WEG Industries, Eaton Corporation, Legrand, Mitsubishi, Leviton and Rittal. Its operations are subject to numerous governmental laws and regulations.lessless

Key People

Ulrich Spiesshofer

CEO

Dr. Hubertus von Grunberg

Director/Chairman of the Board

Mr. Eric Elzvik

CFO/Other Corporate Officer

Roger Agnelli

Director

Mr. Jacob Wallenberg

Director

Incorporated

1988

Employees

-

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