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Stock market decline stops – News

Stock Exchange Following a decline in morning trading, the Stockholm Stock Exchange recovered slightly after lunch, in line with the larger European stock exchanges where London goes worst. Plus for the heavyweight Volvo endorses. The broad OMXS index is just after 15 at minus 0.2 percent. The decline is fairly broad, but moderate. The worst is the clothing giant H&M, …

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Hall media notifies 160 posts

In a press release, the group writes that the savings are partly due to declining advertising revenues due to competition from global players such as Facebook and Google – as well as increasing costs for newspaper distribution. . What the notification means for each newspaper is not known. All existing newspapers will also remain digital, but mergers are planned for …

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Now another airline opens direct line to Poland | Gothenburg Post

Less than two weeks ago, GP was able to report on a number of new direct lines from Landvetter, two of them to Poland. It is Ryanair who started flying Katowice and Gdansk, and now it is clear that Norwegian will also be operating the latter route, starting in April next year. Thus, a total of three airlines fly directly …

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Alibaba purchase record on single day – News

TT-Reuters 08:06 | 2019-11-11 Economy Chinese shopping party single day, Chinese response to US black friday, set new sales record with e-commerce giant Alibaba, at least during the first nine hours of Monday. Sales have so far increased 25 percent to the equivalent of SEK 220 billion. However, for the whole day, sales are expected to decline slightly compared to …

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So Evry pressed the wrong statistics to Statistics Sweden

Low-paid telephone interviewers testify to the press from Evry by John Granlund November 11, 2019 06:37 The government builds its policy on Statistics Sweden's figures – but despite this the data collection was sold out to the multinational company Evry. Aftonbladet can now reveal that the company Evry may have incited false figures by its low-paid telephone interviewers – to …

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Strong down in China – News

TT-AFP 03:16 | 2019-11-11 Stock Exchange The stock exchanges in China fell sharply when they opened on Monday. In Hong Kong, Hang Seng fell by nearly 1.1 percent, while Shanghai's composite index fell 0.9 percent. In Shenzhen, the index fell by more than 1.2 percent. The reason is that investors are pulling their ears after the increasingly violent clashes in …

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The gas at the bottom for Ferrari – News

Västerviks-Tidningen is one of Sweden's oldest newspapers. It was founded by the bookmaker Carl Olof Ekblad in 1834 as a complement to the printing business, under the name Westerwiks Weckoblad. The newspaper changed its name to Västerviks-Tidningen in 1919. Today, Västerviks-Tidningen is part of the geographically dispersed NTM group, but its basic publicist task is still to convey local news, …

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New EU regulations make cars safer – and more expensive – News

Carl V Andersson / TT 21:24 | 2019-11-10 From mid-2022, all new cars sold in the EU will be equipped with a series of safety systems, which, for example, warn if the driver is tired and brakes in emergency situations. The new regulation was clubbed last Friday by the Council of Ministers, who hope that the new rules will lead …

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