Accounting and valuation principles

Electrolux applies International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) as adopted by the European Union. The financial reports are prepared in accordance with IAS 34, Interim Financial Reporting, ÅRL (the Swedish Annual Accounts Act) and RFR 2 ‘Accounting for legal entities’ issued by the Swedish Financial Reporting Board.

Electrolux interim reports contain a condensed set of financial statements. For the Group this chiefly means that the disclosures are limited compared to the consolidated financial statements presented in the annual report. For the Parent Company this means that the financial statements in general are presented in condensed versions and with limited disclosures compared to the annual report.

The Group’s accounting principles are described in Note 1 in the Annual Report 2017, including transition effects and accounting principles related to IFRS 15 Revenue from Contracts with Customers and IFRS 9 Financial Instruments, which are applied by Electrolux from January 1, 2018. Changes have been made to the 2017 restatement for IFRS 15 presented in the Annual Report 2017. The changes only impact trade receivables, accounts payable and other current liabilities in the balance sheet.

Preparations for new accounting standards

During 2018, Electrolux preparatory work related to new accounting standards to be applied after 2018 concerns IFRS 16 Leases. Work is ongoing in assessing the full impact of IFRS 16 as well as designing processes and evaluating system solutions to fulfill the reporting requirements.

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Highlights of the second quarter of 2018. Net sales amounted to SEK 31,354m (30,948). Sales growth was 0.7% with organic sales growth across most business areas.

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Highlights of the second quarter of 2018. Net sales amounted to SEK 31,354m (30,948). Sales growth was 0.7% with organic sales growth across most business areas.

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Electrolux presents its results and business to the market regularly during the year.

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