A lively rise day on the Helsinki Stock Exchange – Robit is a very rising day


The Helsinki Stock Exchange, which broke the 13,000-point mark in the morning, closed on a clear rise at the end of Tuesday. The stock market’s general index rose 1.0 percent during the day to 13,065 points.

The hardest runner of the day was the blade maker Do, whose share price rose 9.0 percent during the day to EUR 4.50. Robitista an extensive analysis story was published today In Kauppalehti.

New CEO for Sitowise

Sitowise said in the morning the company would change CEO. The current CEO of the company Pekka Eloholma to resign at the beginning of May at the latest, after which the long-career elevator company will become the new CEO On the plane done Heikki Haasmaa.

At the end of the day, Sitowinen’s share closed at Monday’s closing level at EUR 8.10.

Personnel changes are also promised at the car dealership In Kamux, who said in the morning that he would miss his management team. The company’s management team will have three new members, in addition to which Martin Verrelli to start the company as German country manager and Juha Saarinen as the Group’s Purchasing Director.

At the end of the day, Kamux’s share fell 2.2 percent to EUR 11.35.

Wulff Companies for its part, it said it would buy the Espoo-based financial services company Carpentum for EUR 0.9 million. Of the transaction amount, EUR 400,000 will be paid by transferring the company’s own shares to Carpentum’s owners. The rest of the transaction will be paid in cash.

Wulff’s share rose 3.6 percent to EUR 5.12.

Orders for Nokia and Wärtsilä

Nokia said it would deliver 5G solutions this morning To Tele2 Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. The value or exact details of the contract were not disclosed.

Nokia’s share fell 0.6 percent to EUR 5.54 at the top of the stock exchange.

Tallink released its December traffic statistics in the morning. In December, Tallink carried a total of 358,989 passengers, 31,862 cargo units and 57,001 vehicles. The numbers were clearly higher in December 2020.

At the end of the day, Tallink’s share closed with a rise of 3.7 per cent to EUR 0.62.

Wärtsilä for its part, it said it would supply engines and systems to 12 container vessels. Orders have been booked for the third and fourth quarters of last year.

Wärtsilä’s share price rose 4.1 percent to EUR 13.14.

A series of block trades on the stock exchange

A few block trades were seen on the stock exchange on Tuesday.

Responsible for the largest block trade Eezy, the shares of which were the subject of a block transaction worth EUR 4.2 million. Based on Eezy’s list of owners, the company has only four owners outside the nominee registries who have enough shares to complete the transaction. One of these is a restaurant company NoHo Partners, which has reduced its holdings in the company several times over the past year.

At the end of the day, Eezy’s share closed at Monday’s closing level of EUR 6.26.

In addition, smaller block trades were made Puuilon and Exel Compositesin shares.

Inderes changed the recommendations

In the morning, the stock exchange also received some recommended changes.

Analysis company Inderes canes Investors Housen to the reduction level of the recommendation (more time), but kept its target price of EUR 6.20 unchanged. Investors House’s share rose 1.6 percent to EUR 6.40.

Inderes nosti Aallon Group target price of EUR 13.50 (previously EUR 13.00), but maintained the additional recommendation unchanged. Aalto’s share rose by 1.7 per cent to EUR 12.05.

Inderes nosti Merus Powerin the target price to EUR 9.40 (previously EUR 9.20), but reduced its recommendation to the reduce level (formerly more). Merus’ share fell 3.8 percent to EUR 9.16.


Source: Arvopaperi by www.arvopaperi.fi.

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