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  • *DONG sets price range of 84- 107 bln DKK for June 9 IPO. The company has grown rapidly since its creation 10 years ago, having built more than a quarter of the world's offshore wind farms with large projects in Britain and Germany. DONG has a handful of large attractive offshore projects in Britain and Germany for development until the end of the decade.

  • LONDON, May 20- Behind the noise of the referendum battle, five out of the seven most recent opinion polls showed the campaign to keep Britain in the European Union was in the lead, betting odds indicated a much higher chance of a vote to remain, and sterling rose. Boris Johnson began the week by saying the European Union was following the path of Adolf Hitler and...

  • BRUSSELS— Britain's referendum campaign grew increasingly edgy Tuesday after Prime Minister David Cameron suggested that a British EU exit would make the Islamic State group happy and the EU president lashed out at London's ex-Mayor Boris Johnson for comparing the bloc's aims to those of Adolf Hitler. The arguments sparked allegations of rhetorical...

  • *To fend against M2, newly forming Ocean Alliance. Dubbed "the Alliance" and due to start operating in April 2017 for a five-year period initially, Hapag-Lloyd will join with Japan's Nippon Yusen Kaisha, Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha and Mitsui OSK Line, South Korea's Hanjin Shipping and Taiwan's Yang Ming Marine Transport. Friday's announcement follows closely that of...

  • *Denmark to maintain 50.1 percent stake. COPENHAGEN, May 12- Danish wind farm developer DONG Energy, which analysts value as high as $13 billion, said on Thursday it plans to list its shares on the Copenhagen stock exchange this summer. Having built more than a quarter of the world's offshore wind farms, the company is a major player in Britain and Germany and has...

  • COPENHAGEN, May 12- U.S. defense company Lockheed Martin Corp is set to win a $3 billion order from Denmark for 27 F-35A stealth fighters, after a recommendation by the Danish government on Thursday. Denmark would be the 11th country to buy the radar-evading F-35A jets, joining the United States, Britain, Australia, Turkey, Italy, Norway, the Netherlands, Israel, South...

  • *Strong sales growth in Asia-Pacific and EMEA. COPENHAGEN, May 10- Shares in jewellery maker Pandora jumped on Tuesday after the company reported a 34 percent rise in quarterly sales of its charms and bracelets and lifted profit and revenue forecasts for the year. The shares rose as much as 8.8 percent in Copenhagen to 928 Danish crowns, their highest level since...

  • BERLIN/ LONDON, May 5- European airports are racing to redesign terminals and offer new services to pull more passengers into their stores, in the face of online competition and militant attacks that have kept away some big-spending Asian travellers. Vienna Airport, for example, plans to expand the shopping and food area in its Terminal 2 by about 50 percent-...

  • LONDON, May 4- Denmark's A.P. The recently-streamlined conglomerate still considers Maersk Oil as core to its business and for years the expectation was that the Qatar field would be part of this as Maersk would renew a 25- year production agreement when its licence ran out in 2017.. "On Qatar, yes, we are in a tender process.

  • *Container business beats expectations with $37 mln profit. With more than 600 vessels, Maersk Line is the global market leader with a market share around 15 percent and has previously played down its ambitions, but the Copenhagen- based company acknowledged on Wednesday that recent acquisitions and vessel-sharing alliances bring new opportunities.

  • Should you invest in Denmark's banks?

    Mats Anderson, equity research analyst at Kepler Cheuvreux, discusses Danske Bank and the Danish banking sector.

  • It would be absurd for the Fed to raise rates now, says Stephen Kalayjian. Here's why.

  • DELFT, Netherlands, April 15- In two medieval Dutch cities, IKEA's most senior executives are finalising the biggest overhaul at the Swedish-born furniture empire in over 30 years. However, some academics say the changes, which effectively involve breaking up the IKEA Group, could also disrupt the smooth running that makes IKEA so efficient.

  • DELFT, Netherlands, April 15- In two medieval Dutch cities, IKEA's most senior executives are finalizing the biggest overhaul at the Swedish-born furniture empire in over 30 years. However, some academics say the changes, which effectively involve breaking up the IKEA Group, could also disrupt the smooth running that makes IKEA so efficient.

  • STOCKHOLM, April 1- Swedish-based Invisio, which will provide high-tech headsets to French security forces at the Euro 2016 football championship this summer, expects military orders in emerging markets to boost revenue further this year. Invisio's headsets are already sold to U.S. and British military forces. Now, Invisio plans to expand outside its main...

  • Interest rates

    There are several ways that negative interest rate policy can have a positive effect on the economy, says Economist Paul Diggle.

  • COPENHAGEN, March 4- Capital requirements for Danish mortgage banks will probably be tightened when the European Union adapts proposals from the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, Denmark's business minister Troels Lund Poulsen said on Friday. Poulsen met with EU Commissioner for Financial Stability Jonathan Hill in Copenhagen on Friday.

  • Richard Clarida, PIMCO

    Global uncertainty is driving investors to U.S. bonds, but avoid shorter maturities, Pimco's Richard Clarida says.

  • REYKJAVIK, Feb 17- Workers at Rio Tinto's unit in Iceland voted to block exports of aluminum from the Hafnarfjordur plant in the southwest of the North Atlantic island due to a long-running dispute over wage contracts. A bigger strike on the same issue, which would have closed operations at the smelter, was narrowly avoided in December over fears that Rio Tinto...

  • OSLO- STOCKHOLM, Feb 16- Norwegian officials called the school guards "extra supervision." A record 163,000 refugees arrived in Sweden and the far right is vying for top spot in polls. In Denmark, the anti-immigration Danish People's Party is the second largest in parliament.