Report for The First Three Quarters of 2003

Report for the First Three Quarters of 2003 · Sales during the first three quarters increased by 3% and amounted to SEK 14,788 (14,404) million. Higher prices accounted for 5%, while lower volumes of in particular steel slabs resulted in a reduction of 2%. · Profit after financial items for the first three quarters amounted to SEK 101 (79) million. Profit for the first three quarters thereby increased by SEK 325 million and amounted to SEK 881 (556) million. · Profit after tax for the first three quarters amounted to SEK 593 (382) million, equal to earnings per share of SEK 5.90 (3.80). · Deliveries of extra and ultra high-strength sheet and quenched steels during the third quarter increased by 9% over last year and, thus far this year, have increased by 15%. · Cash flow for the third quarter improved and amounted to SEK 189 (-31) million. Stockholm, 23 October 2003 Anders Ullberg Review report We have subjected this interim report to a general review in accordance with the recommendation issued by the Swedish Institute of Authorised Public Accountants. A general review is significantly more limited than an audit. Nothing has arisen to indicate that the interim report fails to fulfil the requirements set forth in the Swedish Securities Exchange and Clearing Operations Act and the Swedish Annual Reports Act. Stockholm, 23 October 2003 PricewaterhouseCoopers AB Göran Tidström Authorised Public Accountant The results for 2003 will be published on 11 February 2004. ------------------------------------------------------------ This information was brought to you by Waymaker The following files are available for download: The full report The full report

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