Tuesday, October 25, 2016

The winners on the stockholm stock exchange – Business

the stockholm stock exchange began as well as the major european stock exchanges a week with a broad-based upturn, which, however, subsided. In the top of the storbolagsindex low Fingerprint Cards, while we parked on the bottenplatsen after the separated dividend.

At 14.15 time was the Stockholm stock exchange’s OMXS30 index unchanged at 1.465. The turnover on the stockholm stock exchange amounted in the same period to sek 8.3 billion. In Germany and France rose to the leading indices DAX and CAC40 up by 0.9 per cent each.

Of the 30 shares in OMXS30 was listed 23rd on the plus side, with the defensive Astra Zeneca and Telia that is the worst shares of the day. For Telia’s part was trading the share excluding right to dividend of 1:50 sek per share, which explained most of the decline.

Fingerprint Cards led the rise among large corporations with an advance of 2.4%. Significantly it was also for Skanska and Volvo, which lifted the 1.0 and 1.3 percent.

Sandvik’s interim report for the third quarter offered a stronger result than expected and also a better order intake. According to verkstadskoncernens ceo Björn Rosengren seen some signs of an improvement for Sandvik’s gruvdivision. The share was first up when the report was released but low after one hour after the publication of nearly 1 per cent in the slagig trading.

the Bank was the best sector in Europe and among the winners for the day were Italian krisbanken Monte dei Paschi, whose ceo, according to the Italian media on Monday to present a new business plan for the board of directors. The share was trading up more than 10 per cent in Milan.

Also in Stockholm, steps, banks, albeit more moderately. Nordea and SEB were both up 0.7 percent, while Handelsbanken and Swedbank rose a marginal 0.2 and 0.1 per cent.

the Major movements were recorded outside the storbolagsindex and, not least, for companies with a connection to the Melker Schörling. The Swedish industrinestorn announced in the morning that he of health reasons leave their assignments in a range of companies to spring. Melker Schörling AB dropped 4.4 per cent and Hexagon 0.8 per cent. In the market speculated that the Hexagon’s ceo Ola Rollén would be able to leave his post and go into the chair.

MTG rose 0.7 per cent, possibly in the wake of the weekend’s major deal in the US, where telecommunications operator AT&T submitted a bid for the media giant, Time Warner.

Reporting Inwido fell 9 per cent after a quarterly profit that came in below market expectations, while manufacturing and organic sales were weaker than the company expected.

In the opposite direction went the pharmaceutical company Oasmia, which stack away more than 14 per cent. The company buys a cancer project from Karo Pharma, and the company’s major shareholder and executive chairman of the board Anders Lönner step into Oasmias board of directors as the new president. Oasmia has also made a directed share issue of sek 70 million. For Karo Pharma it was worse with a decline of 4.6%.

In the sector plummeted Medcap 15 percent after vinstvarnat for the next quarter.

Enea, which announced a purchase of Qosmos, a non-listed company within the IP-trafikklassificering and network intelligence, rose 5.4 percent.

Up, it was also for the packaging Company, which received a bid of 2:12 sek per share, from Dimesilia Holdings, registered in Cyprus. The stock rose 4.4%.

Swedol and Christian Berner, who had both been köpstämpel of Börsveckan, added 2.6 and 5.7 per cent. Bravida lifted more than 2 percent after a buy recommendation from Deutsche Bank and Wallenstam step as much since the Industry Today recommended the purchase of the share.


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