Sweden earns $3.4 billion in Nordea share sale

Sweden earns $3.4 billion in Nordea share sale

Sweden said Wednesday it had sold its remaining 7-percent share in the country's largest bank, Nordea, for 21.6 billion kronor ($3.4 billion) with the proceeds being used to reduce public debt.

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OM “in talks with London Stock Exchange”

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Rising optimism among investors

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Stockholm shares mirror international fall

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Fault halts Nordic trading

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Stockholm shares fall again

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Shares recover after two days of falls

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Freefall for Stockholm shares

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Stockholm market recovers strongly

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Stock market rises continue

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Persson “unworried” by shaky shares

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OMX falls amid uncertainty

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Minister accused over healthcare shares

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Union coffers well filled ahead of pay negotiations

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Share falls wipe out 2007 gains

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Stockholm shares reach all-time high

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Summer rain boosted share trading

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Stockholm shares fall sharply

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Stockholm share slump continues

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Stockholm shares recover

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Stockholm shares plunge

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Share gains wiped out in Stockholm

Stockholm shares on the up

Stockholm shares on the up

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Stockholm shares fall over credit worries

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Shares in Stockholm rise sharply

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Stockholm shares down sharply

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Muted start to year on Stockholm market

Stockholm market falls after bad US figures

Stockholm market falls after bad US figures

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Stockholm shares fall as market fears poor reports

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Fewer Swedes own shares

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Major fall expected in Stockholm

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US rate cuts ‘positive for Swedish market’

U-turn for Swedbank on capital concerns

U-turn for Swedbank on capital concerns

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Swedes’ assets shed billions in value

Foreign investors thrive on the Stockholm exchange: report

Foreign investors thrive on the Stockholm exchange: report

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Debt and Korea cause Stockholm market fall

Men cleared in record insider trading case

Men cleared in record insider trading case

Carnegie trio cleared of price fixing

Carnegie trio cleared of price fixing

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Stockholm stock market recovers lost ground

US economy crisis causes Pajala panic

US economy crisis causes Pajala panic

Windfall on the cards for Spotify staff

Windfall on the cards for Spotify staff

SAS shares jump as airline returns to profit

SAS shares jump as airline returns to profit

Stock market continues downward slide

Stock market continues downward slide

H&M deliver upbeat report

H&M deliver upbeat report

SAS shares slump despite rise in profits

SAS shares slump despite rise in profits

35-year-old men ‘lousy’ investors: Swedish study

35-year-old men ‘lousy’ investors: Swedish study

SAS earnings hit by Spanair bankruptcy

SAS earnings hit by Spanair bankruptcy

Sweden sells 6.4-percent stake in Nordea

Sweden sells 6.4-percent stake in Nordea