The listing of Cibus Nordic, a Sweden-based investor in daily goods properties, on Nasdaq Stockholm's main market on June 1, marked an important milestone as Nasdaq has now welcomed 100 companies switching from the
Orca, a new investment app that will allow UK residents to invest in over 200 stocks and ETFs on the London Stock Exchange (LSE), is set to be officially released in December. The team at the app will run a pre-launch giveaway with the total prize of 15
Danish shipping and logistics giant A.P. Moller - Maersk improved profitability across all businesses in the second quarter of the year despite the sharp drop in global volumes following the COVID-19 crisis.
With the oil industry under pressure, Norway's state-controlled oil company Equinor announced Thursday (April 23) it will cut its quarterly dividend payment to shareholders by two-thirds. Western Europe’s biggest crude producer said its first-quarter cash pay-out to share
Nordic companies are ready to spend more on IT outsourcing, a study conducted by Whitelane Research in cooperation with PA Consulting Group has found. Examining more than 1000 unique IT outsourcing relationships held by over 330 of the top IT spending organisations across
The London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) has agreed to buy financial-information provider Refinitiv for $27bn, in a move that will transform the 321-year-old City’s most iconic institution into a rival to Bloomberg’s data business.
Cargo handling at Helsinki Port, the largest general port for import in Finland tumbled 6.1% during the first six months of 2019 compared to the corresponding period of the previous year, the port said.
Government support and overcoming transmission and legislative challenges will make Denmark a wind power investment 'hot-spot' through 2028, according to new analysis by Fitch.
EU leaders and the UK government agreed on Thursday (April 11) a further delay to Brexit until 31 October 2019, averting, for now at least, the risk of an abrupt British departure from the bloc which investors fear would hurt the economy.
Norges Bank Investment Management, Norwegian state sovereign wealth fund, said on Wednesday (Feb. 27) it will continue investing in the UK, shrugging off Brexit fears.