Kesko Oyj traded at 20.95 this Friday December 9th, increasing 0.40 or 1.95 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Kesko Oyj gained 2.51 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 28.55 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Kesko Oyj to be priced at 20.27 by the end of this quarter and at 18.09 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.

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Kesko Oyj
Kesko Oyj is a Finland-based provider of services to the trading sector. The Company operates four divisions. The Food Trade division manages the K-food store chains, such as K-Citymarket, K-Supermarket, K-Market, K-Pyoka and K-Extra, as well as Pirkka and Kespro brands. The Home and Specialty Goods Trade division provides customers with products and services related to clothing, home, sports, leisure, home technology, entertainment, interior decoration and furniture. The Building and Home Improvement Trade operates the K-Rauta, Rautia, K-Maatalous, Byggmakker, Rautakesko, Senukai and OMA retail chains. The Car and Machinery Trade division consists of VV-Auto, which imports and markets cars, such as Volkswagen, Audi and Seat, and Konekesko, which specializes in the import and sale of construction, materials handling, environmental and agricultural machinery, trucks and buses, as well as recreational machinery.