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Fiskars Corporation      Stock Exchange Release 10 November, 2006 1.00 p.m.

FISKARS CORPORATION INTERIM REPORT JANUARY-SEPTEMBER 2006
(Unaudited)


Fiskars third quarter net sales are at the previous year's level; increased operating
profit for wholly-owned operations


- Fiskars net sales were EUR 119.4 million (118.8)
- The operating profit of EUR 13.0 million (-24.1) incorporates restructuring
  costs of EUR 1.4 million (35.2) and income from the associate Wärtsilä was
  EUR 6.9 million (4.8)
- Swedish Silva Group consolidated from the beginning of September


FISKARS CORPORATION IN BRIEF

EUR million                     Q3/06   Q3/05   1-9/06 1-9/05  2005
Net sales                       119.4   118.8   409.8  394.7   509.9
Income from associate Wärtsilä  6.9     4.8     40.8   16.9    28.6
Operating profit                13.0    -24.1   65.8   13.6    22.7
Profit before taxes             10.6    -25.0   58.1   58.5    65.4
Profit for the period           9.8     -25.3   72.5   52.7    62.1
EPS, continuing operations      0.10    -0.34   0.74   0.66    0.75
Earnings per share, total       0.13    -0.33   0.94   0.68    0.80
Cash flow from operations       30.5    22.9    72.0   44.2    58.6


FISKARS CORPORATION

Third Quarter, July-September 2006

Fiskars net sales for the third quarter were on the same level as the previous year at
EUR 119.4 million (118.8).

The Corporation's operating profit was EUR 13.0 million (-24.1). The operating profit
before restructuring costs of EUR 1.4 million (35.2) for the Corporation's wholly-
owned operations was EUR 7.5 million. The comparable result for the previous year
was EUR 6.3 million.

The Corporation's income from associate company Wärtsilä increased to EUR 6.9
million (4.8).

Net financial items were EUR 2.3 million (0.9) in the third quarter and the pre-tax
profit was EUR 10.6 million (-25.0).

The profit for the third quarter was EUR 9.8 million (-25.3)

January-September 2006 review period

Fiskars net sales during the review period increased by 4%, totaling EUR 409.8
million (394.7). European sales represented 47% of net sales (43), while 45% (50) of
net sales were generated in the US. The operating profit was EUR 65.8 million (13.6).
The operating profit for the Corporation's wholly-owned operations before
restructuring costs of EUR 6.4 million (33.8) was EUR 31.4 million (30.5).

Net financial items were EUR 7.6 million (4.9) and at EUR 58.1 million (58.5) the
profit before taxes was at last year's level. Last year's net result included a gain of
EUR 49.8 million on the sale of Wärtsilä shares.

Taxes in the income statement are taxes on continuing operations; for the review period
the taxes were EUR 0.5 million (7.7).

The profit from continuing operations during the review period was EUR 57.6 million
(50.8). The total profit for the period, including the accumulated result from discontinued
operations and the net gain on sale of discontinued operations, was EUR 72.5 million
(52.7).

Fiskars' continuing operations employed 3,195 people at the end of the period
(3,306). At the beginning of the fiscal year the number was 3,220.

Structural changes during the review period

The extensive restructuring program announced in the Fall of 2005 to streamline the
production structure of Fiskars Brands, Inc. continued as planned in the US. The
implementation of the restructuring program will be completed during the current
financial year.

At the end of June, Fiskars Brands divested its non-core Power Sentry division. The
deal has now been closed and noopen items remain in relation to the sale of the
division. A supplier of primarily home electronics accessories, Power Sentry operated
solely in the US market and had no manufacturing of its own. With a personnel of 64,
the division's net sales in 2005 were EUR 41 million. The gain from the sale of the
division net of related tax, totaling EUR 12.7 million, is reported under profit from
discontinued operations.

Fiskars end-of-June acquisition of the Silva Group was closed on the last day of
August. The annual net sales of the Silva Group is some EUR 30 million and Silva is
consolidated in Fiskars Corporation from the beginning of September. The acquisition
includes Silva Sweden AB, its US subsidiary The Brunton Company, Silva Group's
European sales companies, and a 70% holding in a production plant in China.

Silva is well known for its compasses, but the company is also an important supplier
of other outdoor recreation products, such as headlamps and binoculars.

Silva will strengthen the Fiskars Brands Outdoor Recreation division by broadening
the company's line of outdoor recreation gear and its clientele as well as through
diversifying its distribution network, particularly in Europe.

FISKARS BRANDS

Third Quarter, July-September 2006

Fiskars Brands net sales were EUR 110.5 million (110.9). After restructuring costs of
EUR 1.4 million (35.2), the operating profit was EUR 3.3 million (-29.8).

In Europe, sales continued to develop well, though the third quarter was somewhat
slower than the first half of the year. In the US markets, sales development was
modest, partly because the production of floor mats and watering hoses was
discontinued.

The operating profit includes non-recurring marketing costs of some EUR 1.6 million to
improve Fiskars Brands position in the US market for garden tools in the spring of 2007.

New products are being developed in all of Fiskars Brands core product groups while
outsourcing is increased. Continued investments in quality control, supply chain
management and marketing were made in the US markets in particular.

January-September 2006 review period

Fiskars Brands net sales increased by 3% during the review period and totaled EUR
376.9 million (364.4). The operating profit was EUR 21.1 million (-5.0). At EUR 27.5
million (28.8), the operating profit before restructuring costs and other non-recurring
items was at last year's level. Exchange rate fluctuations had no significant impact.

Some 49% (54) of net sales were generated in the US during the review period, while
43% (39) were generated in Europe.

Investments during the review period totaled EUR 32.3 million (19.2). In addition to
the acquisition of the Silva Group they were mainly focused on improving production
and logistics.

Personnel of Fiskars Brands numbered 2,851 employees at the end of the period
(2,906 at the beginning of the year). The restructuring program announced in Fall
2005 and the increase of outsourcing continues, decreasing the number of personnel.
In the US, the number of employees decreased by 267. At the end of the review
period, personnel in Finland numbered 445 employees, which is a decrease of 84
since the beginning of the fiscal year. However, the consolidation of the Silva Group
within Fiskars Corporation increased the number of employees by 247, mainly in
Sweden, the US, and China.

INHA WORKS

During the review period, Inha Works net sales increased by 11% from last year,
totaling EUR 28.1 million (25.2). The operating profit was EUR 2.9 million (3.2). The
rise in the cost of aluminum and the raw materials for plastics influenced
manufacturing costs.

Demand for boats has continued to grow and the Inha Works plant has been operating at
full capacity. Contract manufacturing of the smallest boat models has improved the
company's ability to meet delivery demands.

In September Inha Works launched a new boat model, the Buster X, which adds to the
company's range of mid-sized boats, fitting as it does between the extremely popular
models L and XL.

The stronger competition and increase in the cost of raw materials has weakened the
results of products other than boats manufactured by Inha Works, i.e. hinges and forged
products.

No significant investments were made at Inha Works during the review period.

At the end of the period personnel comprised 292 employees, which is 21 more than
at the beginning of the fiscal year.

REAL ESTATE GROUP

Net sales for the Real Estate Group were EUR 6.7 million (7.4). The operating profit
was EUR 5.2 million (1.9). The price level of the standing timber increased during the
period, having decreased during the corresponding period last year. The result was
further improved by the growth of timber during the third quarter. No significant
individual real estate deals were made during the period.

Investments by the Real Estate Group totaled EUR 1.5 million (1.6).

WÄRTSILÄ

Profits for the period for the associated company Wärtsilä improved from last year,
with Fiskars' income from associate totaling EUR 40.8 million (16.9). A significant
part of the improved profits was due to the gain from Wärtsilä's sale of Assa Abloy
shares.

Fiskars share of Wärtsilä capital was 16.7%, decreasing by 0.1 percentage points from
the beginning of the fiscal year as holders of Wärtsilä options had exercised their right
to acquire shares.

The book value of Fiskars' investment in the associate increased somewhat to EUR
241.4 million (231.9 at the beginning of the year), of which EUR 37.9 million was
goodwill. The market value of Fiskars shares in Wärtsilä was EUR 503.1 million at
the end of the period.

The equity of Fiskars Corporation includes Fiskars' share of the fair value reserve
calculated in accordance with the IAS 39 standard included in Wärtsilä's consolidated
shareholders' equity. The value of the Corporation's share of this reserve was EUR
17.3 million at the end of the review period, having been EUR 24.7 million at the
beginning of the year.

PROFIT AND TAXES

Financial income and expenses during the period increased somewhat from the
previous year, totaling EUR 7.6 million (4.9). The increase is mainly due to this
year's lower investment income in combination with exchange translation differences.

Profit before taxes was EUR 58.1 million (58.5). The previous year's result
incorporated a EUR 49.8 million gain from the sale of Wärtsilä shares.

Taxes for the review period have been calculated on the basis of accumulated income
by market and the respective enacted tax rates, while also taking into consideration
the availability of deferred tax assets. Taxes of EUR 7.5 million relating to the gain
from the sale of the Power Sentry assets are included in the profit from discontinued
operations and correspondingly the taxes for the period are EUR 0.5 million (7.7).

Profit for the period from continuing operations was EUR 57.6 million (50.8). The
profit from discontinued operations, which includes both the gain from the sale of the
Power Sentry division as well as its accumulated profit  was EUR 14.9 million (1.9).

The profit for the review period was EUR 72.5 million (52.7) and earnings per share
were EUR 0.94 (0.68).

BALANCE SHEET AND FINANCING

Total assets were EUR 723.8 million (702.7 at the beginning of the fiscal year).
Changes in balance sheet items were minor, inventories decreased and trade
receivables are at year-end levels due to normal seasonal changes in operations. The
sale of the Power Sentry division decreased current assets, whereas the acquisition of
the Silva Group brought an increase in these assets. The Silva acquisition increased
the total of non-current assets by EUR 25.7 million.

The Corporation's interest-bearing net debt was reduced by EUR 34.6 million during the
rewiev period to EUR 105.4 million. This sum includes the EUR 45.1 million capital loan
issued to shareholders at the end of 2004.

Net cash from operating activities was EUR 72.0 million (44.2). Cash from investing
activities totaled EUR 5.8 million, whereas the previous year's investing activities net
cash flow was EUR 75.1 million positive due to the sale of Wärtsilä shares.

The equity ratio improved further, and was 60% (57% at the beginning of the year).
Net gearing also improved and was down to 24% (35% at the beginning of the year).

The Corporation's financial situation and liquidity remain strong. In addition to cash
and cash equivalents, the Corporation has significant credit facilities available.

PURCHASE AND TRANSFER OF OWN SHARES

Until the Annual General Meeting on March 20, the Board of Directors had been
authorized to purchase and sell the Corporation's shares provided that the total
nominal value of such shares and the votes carried by them did not exceed five
percent (5%) of the share capital and the total votes in the company.

At the Annual General Meeting, the Board was authorized to purchase and sell the
Corporation's shares provided that the total nominal value of such shares and the
votes carried by them did not exceed ten percent (10%) of the share capital and the
total votes in the company. The Board did not exercise its authorization during the
review period.

At September 30, 2006, the company held in total 127,512 of its own A-shares and
420 K-shares. The holding has not changed during the review period, and the number
of shares equals 0.2% of the entire share capital of the company.

SHARE PRICES

At the end of September, the price of the Fiskars A-shares listed on the Nordic List on
the Helsinki Stock Exchange was EUR 10.45 (9.60 at the beginning of the year) and
of the K-shares EUR 10.79 (9.90). The market value of the Corporation's share
capital was EUR 818 million at the end of the review period.

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2006

The Fiskars Corporation Annual General Meeting held on March 20, 2006 decided to
pay a dividend of EUR 0.45 per share of Series A, totaling EUR 24,667,641, and EUR
0.43 per share of Series K, totaling EUR 9,703,073.84, for a total of EUR
34,370,714.84.

It was decided that the number of Board members be seven. Mr. Kaj-Gustaf Bergh,
Mr. Alexander Ehrnrooth, Mr. Paul Ehrnrooth, Ms. Ilona Ervasti-Vaintola, Mr. Gustaf
Gripenberg, Mr. Karl Grotenfelt, and Mr. Olli Riikkala were re-elected. The term of
the Board members will expire at the end of the Annual General Meeting in 2007.

KPMG Oy Ab was elected auditor.

The Annual General Meeting authorized the Board of Directors to acquire or divest a
number of the company's own shares at the Helsinki Exchanges in a proportion
deviating from the shareholders' existing proportionate holdings at share prices
quoted on the Helsinki Exchanges at the time of such acquisition or divestment,
provided that the total nominal value of such shares and the votes carried by them do
not exceed ten percent (10%) of the share capital and the total votes in the company,
whereby the authorization concerns a maximum of 5,494,449 of the company's own
Series A shares and a maximum of 2,256,570 of Series K. The authorization is valid
for a period of one year from March 20, 2006.

Convening after the Annual General Meeting, the Board elected Olli Riikkala its
Chairman, and Alexander Ehrnrooth and Paul Ehrnrooth as Vice Chairmen. The
Board appointed Gustaf Gripenberg Chairman of the Audit Committee and Alexander
Ehrnrooth, Paul Ehrnrooth and Ilona Ervasti-Vaintola as its other members. The
Board appointed Olli Riikkala Chairman of the Compensation Committee and Kaj-
Gustaf Bergh and Karl Grotenfelt as its other members.

SUBSEQUENT EVENTS SINCE THE END OF THE QUARTER

On October 4, the Chairman of the Board, Mr. Olli Riikkala, notified the company
that he is on sick leave until the end of the year. The Board therefore at its meeting on
October 5 elected Mr. Kaj-Gustaf Bergh as Chairman for the remainder of the period.
Mr. Riikkala stays on as a member of the Board.

OUTLOOK

A significant part of the operating profit of the Corporation's wholly-owned industrial
operations is generated during spring and summer. The operations of Fiskars Brands,
Inc. are characterized by seasonal fluctuations and quick, even monthly, changes.

The outlook for the Corporation's continuing operations are unchanged from the
previous year. The markets are expected to continue to develop favorably in Europe,
while the tense competition will continue in the US. The restucturing project
continues according to plan.

Fiskars' income from associate Wärtsilä will form a significant part of the Corporation's
operating profit. In July, Wärtsilä divested its share in Ovako and the transaction will be
booked before the end of the year, after approval by the competition authorities, and will
improve Fiskars net profit for the last quarter.

Helsinki, November 10, 2006

Heikki Allonen
President and CEO


NOTES TO THE INTERIM REPORT

This interim report has been prepared in accordance with International Accounting
Standard 34 (IAS 34) Interim Financial Reporting.

Use of estimates
Complying with the IFRS standards in preparing financial statements requires the
management to make estimates and assumptions. Such estimates affect the reported
amounts of assets and liabilities, the disclosure of contingent assets and liabilities, and
the amounts of revenues and expenses. Although these estimates are based on the
management's best knowledge of current events and actions, actual results may differ
from these estimates.

Income from associate
The Fiskars Corporation participation in the associate Wärtsilä is one of the
Corporation's reported business segments. The income from the associate is included
in the operating profits as of January 1, 2006 and the figures for the corresponding
periods have been adjusted accordingly.

Discontinued operations
The divestment of  Power Sentry -division is classified as discontinued operations.
The gain on sale and the result from the operations during the beginning of the period
less taxes are reported under discontinued operations in the Income Statement. The
figures for the corresponding periods have been adjusted accordingly.

As of January 1, 2006, Fiskars complies with the following amended and new IFRS
standards:

     IAS 39 Financial instruments: Recognition and Measurement:
     Amendments after March 31, 2004:
-	Cash flow hedges of forecast intragroup transactions, issued April 14, 2005;
effective from January 1, 2006
-	Financial guarantee contracts; issued August 18, 2005; effective from January
1, 2006
The adoption of these amendments has not had any significant impact on the
Corporation's quarterly financial statements.

IAS 19 Employee benefits: amendment of actuarial gains and losses, group plans
and disclosures; issued December 16, 2004; effective from January 1, 2006.
-	The amendment introduces an alternative option regarding the recognition of
actuarial gains and losses for defined benefit pension plans and also adds new
disclosure requirements.
As the Corporation does not intend to change the accounting policy adopted for
recognition of actuarial gains and losses, adoption of this amendment will only
impact the format and extent of disclosures presented in the annual financial
statements.

IFRIC 4 interpretation: Determining whether an arrangement contains a lease;
issued December 2, 2004; effective from January 1, 2006.
-	The adoption of this interpretation has no significant impact on the
Corporation's quarterly financial statements.





CONSOLIDATED INCOME STATEMENT        7-9    7-9    chg    1-9    1-9    chg   1-12
                                    2006   2005      %   2006   2005      %   2005
                                    MEUR   MEUR          MEUR   MEUR          MEUR

NET SALES                          119.4  118.8      1  409.8  394.7      4  509.9

Cost of goods sold                 -84.8  -89.0     -5 -288.0 -281.3      2 -364.2
GROSS PROFIT                        34.6   29.8     16  121.8  113.4      7  145.6

Other operating income               0.6    0.9    -31    2.1    2.1      1    2.3
Sales and marketing expenses       -16.7  -16.8      0  -53.9  -49.8      8  -65.9
Administration expenses             -9.9   -9.3      6  -34.1  -34.7     -2  -45.3
Research and development costs      -1.5   -1.2     19   -4.3   -3.8     14   -5.3
Other operating expenses            -1.1  -32.2    -97   -6.6  -30.6    -78  -37.4
Income from associate                6.9    4.8     44   40.8   16.9    141   28.6
OPERATING PROFIT                    13.0  -24.1          65.8   13.6          22.7

Gain on sale of Wärtsilä shares                                 49.8          49.8
Financial income and expenses       -2.3   -0.9    153   -7.6   -4.9     57   -7.1
PROFIT BEFORE TAXES                 10.6  -25.0          58.1   58.5     -1   65.4

Taxes                               -2.7   -1.5     78   -0.5   -7.7    -94   -7.3
PROFIT FROM CONTINUING OPERATIONS    7.9  -26.6          57.6   50.8     13   58.2

Profit from discontinued oper.       1.8    1.3     42   14.9    1.9           3.9
PROFIT (LOSS) FOR THE PERIOD         9.8  -25.3          72.5   52.7     38   62.1

Minority share                       0.0                  0.0
PROFIT FOR ORDINARY SHAREHOLDERS     9.8  -25.3          72.5   52.7     38   62.1

Earnings for ordinary shareholders
per share, euro                     0.13  -0.33          0.94   0.68          0.80
  continuing operations             0.10  -0.34          0.74   0.66          0.75
  discontinued operations           0.02   0.02          0.19   0.02          0.05

Earnings per share is undiluted. The company has no open option programs.


CURRENCY RATES                       1-9    1-9    chg   1-12
                                    2006   2005      %   2005

USD average rate (I/S)              1.24   1.26     -2   1.24
USD end-of-period (B/S)             1.27   1.20      5   1.18


CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET          9/06   9/05    chg  12/05
                                    MEUR   MEUR      %   MEUR
ASSETS

Intangible assets                   20.0   11.7     71   13.5
Goodwill                            22.1   12.7     74   12.8
Tangible assets                    104.3  115.1     -9  110.9
Biological assets                   32.8   30.3      8   29.9
Investment property                  9.0   12.2    -27    9.4
Investments in associates          241.4  194.6     24  231.9
Other shares                         4.8    4.9     -3    4.8
Other investments                    1.5    1.4      9    1.3
Avoir fiscal tax receivables         7.6    8.1     -7    9.0
Deferred tax assets                 30.7   39.2    -22   35.0
LONG-TERM TOTAL                    474.1  430.2     10  458.5

Inventories                        112.8  128.8    -12  129.3
Trade receivables                   90.8   99.1     -8   86.9
Other receivables                    2.4    5.3    -54    6.4
Cash in hand and at bank            43.6   45.2     -4   21.7
CURRENT TOTAL                      249.7  278.3    -10  244.2

ASSETS TOTAL                       723.8  708.5      2  702.7

EQUITY AND LIABILITIES

Shareholders' equity               431.8  388.6     11  402.7

L/t interest bear.debt             125.6  130.2     -4  124.5
L/t non-interest bear.debt           2.6    4.5    -41    2.7
Deferred tax liabilities            21.1   20.8      1   17.6
Pension liability                   14.8   13.1     13   15.5
Provisions                           5.0    3.3     52    2.9
LONG-TERM LIABILITY TOTAL          169.1  171.9     -2  163.1

S/t interest bear.debt              23.4   40.6    -42   37.2
Trade payable and
other non-interest bearing debt     93.6   99.2     -6   94.6
Income tax payable                   5.8    8.3    -30    5.1
CURRENT LIABILITY TOTAL            122.9  148.1    -17  136.9

EQUITY AND LIABILITIES TOTAL       723.8  708.5      2  702.7


CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT                      1-9    1-9   1-12
OF CASH FLOW                               2006   2005   2005
                                           MEUR   MEUR   MEUR
CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES
Profit before taxes                        58.1   58.5   65.4
Adjustments for
  Depreciation                             18.6   50.0   58.5
  Income from associate                   -40.8  -16.9  -28.6
  Investment income (net)                  -0.3  -52.1  -52.3
  Interest expense (net)                    7.9    7.1    9.5
  Chg in value of biological assets        -2.9    0.1    0.5
Dividends from associates                  23.7   17.1   17.1
Dividends received, other                   3.6    0.1    0.1
Financial costs paid (net)                 -6.5   -7.1   -8.2
Taxes paid                                 -2.5   -4.4   -6.7
Change in interest free assets             -9.2   -5.9    8.1
Change in inventories                      12.3  -11.0   -7.8
Change in interest free liabilities         9.9    8.6    3.0
NET CASH FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES(A)      72.0   44.2   58.6

CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES
Acquisitions                              -25.5         -11.9
Transact. in assoc. comp. shares                  45.6   74.4
Capital expenditure                       -12.2  -23.9  -18.8
Proceeds from sale of fixed assets          2.5    0.6    2.9
Sale of other l/t investments               1.8  103.7    1.7
Purchase of other l/t investments          -5.2  -52.8   -0.2
Cash flow from discontinued operations     32.9    1.9    3.9
NET CASH USED IN INVESTING ACTIVITIES(B)   -5.8   75.1   52.0

CASH FLOWS FROM FINANCING ACTIVITIES
New long-term loans                        14.3    5.0
Amortization of l/t loans                  -3.1  -27.5  -32.8
Changes in short-term loans               -22.7  -37.4  -39.8
Financial leases, payments                 -2.2   -1.3   -3.7
Other financing items                             -1.3   -3.1
Dividends paid                            -34.4  -22.8  -22.8
NET CASH FLOW FROM FINANC. ACTIVITIES(C)  -48.0  -85.1 -102.3

Translation difference (D)                  3.6   -4.5   -2.3
CHANGE IN CASH (A+B+C+D)                   21.9   29.6    6.1

Cash at beginning of period                21.7   15.6   15.6
Cash at end of period                      43.5   45.2   21.7


STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN EQUITY   Equity holders of the parent companMinorit  Total
                                                 Other              interest
                                   Share    Own reser-Transl.Retain.
                                 capital shares    vesadjustm  earn.
                                    MEUR   MEUR   MEUR   MEUR   MEUR   MEUR   MEUR
Dec.31,2004 IFRS                    77.5   -0.9    0.0   -1.4  260.5    0.0  335.8
Adoption of IAS 39
   Fiskars Corporation                            -0.4           0.4           0.1
   Associate Wärtsilä                             37.8                        37.8
Jan.1,2005 IFRS                     77.5   -0.9   37.5   -1.4  261.0    0.0  373.7
Translation differences                                   1.2                  1.2
Change in fair value reserve                       0.4                         0.4
Chg in investment in associate                    -6.9                        -6.9
Other changes in associate                       -10.3    0.6    0.0          -9.7
NET INCOME RECOGNISED DIRECTLY IN EQUITY         -16.7    1.8    0.0    0.0  -15.0
Net profit for the period                                       52.7          52.7
TOTAL RECOGNISED INCOME AND
EXPENSE FOR THE PERIOD                           -16.7    1.8   52.7    0.0   37.7
Dividend distribution                                          -22.8         -22.8
Sep.30,2005 IFRS                    77.5   -0.9   20.7    0.4  290.9    0.0  388.6
Translation differences                                   0.2                  0.2
Other changes in associate                         4.0    0.6   -0.1           4.5
NET INCOME RECOGNISED DIRECTLY IN EQUITY           4.0    0.8   -0.1    0.0    4.7
Net profit for the period                                        9.5           9.5
TOTAL RECOGNISED INCOME AND
EXPENSE FOR THE PERIOD                             4.0    0.8    9.4    0.0   14.2
Dec.31,2005 IFRS                    77.5   -0.9   24.7    1.2  300.3    0.0  402.7
Translation differences                                  -1.4                 -1.4
Change in fair value reserve, associate           -7.4                        -7.4
Other changes in associate                               -0.2    0.0          -0.2
NET INCOME RECOGNISED DIRECTLY IN EQUITY          -7.4   -1.7    0.0    0.0   -9.1
Net profit for the period                                       72.5    0.0   72.5
TOTAL RECOGNISED INCOME AND
EXPENSE FOR THE PERIOD                            -7.4   -1.7   72.5    0.0   63.5
Dividend distribution                                          -34.4         -34.4
Sep.30,2006 IFRS                    77.5   -0.9   17.3   -0.5  338.4    0.0  431.8

Fiskars shares of associated company Wärtsilä's fair value reserve and its
changes are specified in the other reserves above.


KEY FIGURES                         9/06   9/05    chg  12/05
                                                     %
Equity/share, euro                  5.58   5.02     11   5.20
Equity ratio                         60%    55%           57%
Net gearing                          24%    32%           35%
Equity, meur                       431.8  388.6     11  402.7
Net interest bear.debt, meur       105.4  125.6    -16  140.0
Average number of employees         3200   3489     -8   3426


SEGMENT INFORMATION                  7-9    7-9    chg    1-9    1-9    chg   1-12
NET SALES                           2006   2005      %   2006   2005      %   2005
                                    MEUR   MEUR          MEUR   MEUR          MEUR
Fiskars Brands                     110.5  110.9      0  376.9  364.4      3  472.0
Inha Works                           5.6    5.8     -4   28.1   25.2     11   32.4
Real Estate                          3.9    3.1     28    6.7    7.4    -10    8.9
Unallocated and eliminations        -0.5   -0.9    -39   -1.8   -2.3    -21   -3.5
CORPORATE TOTAL                    119.4  118.8      1  409.8  394.7      4  509.9

Export from Finland                 10.0    9.0     11   43.2   43.1      0   55.5


SEGMENT INFORMATION                  7-9    7-9           1-9    1-9          1-12
RESULT                              2006   2005          2006   2005          2005
                                    MEUR   MEUR          MEUR   MEUR          MEUR
Fiskars Brands                       3.3  -29.8          21.1   -5.0          -5.6
Inha Works                           0.2    0.6           2.9    3.2           3.5
Real Estate                          3.2    1.3           5.2    1.9           2.0
Associate Wärtsilä                   6.9    4.8          40.8   16.9          28.6
Unallocated and eliminations        -0.7   -1.1          -4.2   -3.5          -5.8
OPERATING PROFIT                    13.0  -24.1          65.8   13.6          22.7


SEGMENT INFORMATION                  7-9    7-9           1-9    1-9          1-12
DEPRECIATIONS                       2006   2005          2006   2005          2005
                                    MEUR   MEUR          MEUR   MEUR          MEUR
Fiskars Brands                       5.4   37.6          16.6   48.2          55.7
Inha Works                           0.3    0.2           0.9    0.7           1.0
Real Estate                          0.3    0.3           1.0    0.9           1.3
Unallocated and eliminations         0.0    0.1           0.1    0.2           0.5
CORPORATE TOTAL                      6.0   38.3          18.6   50.0          58.5


SEGMENT INFORMATION                  7-9    7-9           1-9    1-9          1-12
CAPITAL EXPENDITURE                 2006   2005          2006   2005          2005
                                    MEUR   MEUR          MEUR   MEUR          MEUR
Fiskars Brands                      26.3    4.6          32.3   19.2          24.1
Inha Works                           0.0    0.9           0.6    2.9           3.4
Real Estate                          0.2    0.3           1.5    1.6           2.9
Associate Wärtsilä                          6.0                  9.2          30.2
Unallocated and eliminations         0.0    0.1           0.0    0.4           0.4
CORPORATE TOTAL                     26.6   11.9          34.5   33.3          60.9


GEOGRAPHICAL SEGMENT                 7-9    7-9    chg    1-9    1-9    chg   1-12
NET SALES BASED ON CUSTOMER         2006   2005      %   2006   2005      %   2005
LOCATION                            MEUR   MEUR          MEUR   MEUR          MEUR
Europe                              51.8   44.7     16  191.8  170.1     13  219.3
USA                                 58.1   65.2    -11  185.4  197.3     -6  253.3
Rest of the world                    9.5    8.9      6   32.7   27.3     20   37.3
CORPORATE TOTAL                    119.4  118.8      1  409.8  394.7      4  509.9

Short delivery times are a prerequisite in Fiskars' fields of operations.
Therefore, the backlog of orders and changes in it are not of
significant importance.


IMPACT OF ACQUISITIONS ON THE CONSOLIDATED
BALANCE SHEET

During the reporting period Fiskars has acquired Silva Sweden AB with
its subsidiaries and Superknife assets in US

                                                         9/06
                                                         MEUR
Preliminary specification of Silva acquisition costs
Acquisition costs                                        25.6
Acquired assets                                         -14.9
GOODWILL                                                 10.7

Specification of acquired assets:
Tangible and intangible assets                           10.8
Inventories                                               8.8
Receivables                                               5.2
Cash and cash equivalents                                 0.2
Minority interest                                         0.0
Non-current liabilities                                  -4.2
Current liabilities                                      -5.9
TOTAL                                                    14.9


CONTINGENCIES                              9/06   9/05  12/05
                                           MEUR   MEUR   MEUR
FOR THE COMPANY'S OWN COMMITMENTS
Bills of exchange                             0      0      0
Lease contingencies                          20     23     23
Other contingencies                           9      1      1
TOTAL                                        29     24     24

GUARANTEES AS SECURITY FOR
OTHER PARTIES' COMMITMENTS
Real estate mortgages                         2      2      2

TOTAL CONTINGENCIES                          31     25     26

NOMINAL AMOUNTS OF DERIVATIVES

Forward exch. contracts                      46    140    145
Currency options                                     4      4
Interest rate swaps                                 17
FRA's                                               66     59

MARKET VALUE VS. NOMINAL AMOUNTS
OF DERIVATIVES

Forward exch. contracts                       0     -3     -2
Currency options                                            0
FRA's                                                0      0

Forward exchange contracts have been valued at market in the financial statements.