The strong beginning of the Helsinki Stock Exchange continued – Antti Herlin refueled Caverion


The Helsinki Stock Exchange switched to celebrating Epiphany in an upswing. The stock exchange’s general index closed 0.5% to 13,132 points.

The general index of the Helsinki Stock Exchange has now risen for three consecutive days. Compared to the turn of the year, the general index has risen by 2.1 per cent.

Antti Herlin bought Caverion’s ex-CEO investment company

Real estate company Caverion The flagging announcement published by Antti Herlin has acquired the former CEO of Caverion Ari Lehtoranta investment company. As a result of the transaction, 550,000 Caverion shares owned by the investment company will be transferred to Herlin.

Following the transaction, Herlin and this investment company ‘s holding in Caverion rose to 15.2 percent.

Caverion’s share closed up 1.3 percent to EUR 6.63.

Teleste said he had agreed to take part in a European train project. The total value of the multi-year agreement for the company is EUR 16-20 million.

Teleste’s share price rose by 4.1 per cent to EUR 5.60.

Viking Line in turn, said its total number of passengers was 2.32 million last year, up 20 percent from 2020. The number of freight units transported increased by three per cent and the number of passenger cars transported by 24 per cent.

Viking Line’s share price rose 2.1 percent to EUR 12.20.

NoHo lightened its holdings in Eezy

In the afternoon it turned out that yesterday Eezyn shares block purchase in the background was a restaurant company NoHo Partners. NoHo, one of Eezy’s major shareholders, eased its Eezy pot by 725,000 shares, but continues to be a significant owner of Eezy.

NoHo’s share closed at the end of the day, rising 1.3 percent to 7.95 euros.

In terms of block trades, the Helsinki Stock Exchange has been brisk since the beginning of the week. Today, at least, major block deals were made Incapine and Relais Groupin shares.

Fortum supports Uniper

Fortum announced late yesterday that the company has admitted to its subsidiary Uniperille intra-group financing of up to EUR 8 billion. Funding is driven by strong commodity market fluctuations in the autumn and early winter.

Fortum’s share decreased by 3.1 percent to EUR 26.15.

Cargotecin belonging to Hiab said it had received two large orders from the United States for WALTCO tail lifts with a total value of € 10.2 million. Belongs to the same group Kalmar for his part, said he had signed a cooperation agreement with a Californian Coast AutonomousIn with. With the agreement, Kalmar will become a minority shareholder in the company.

Cargotec’s share decreased by 0.4 percent to EUR 46.34.

Finnair said it carried 602,700 passengers in December, 551 percent more than in December 2020. The increase from November was 23.8 per cent.

During the day, Finnair’s share price rose by 0.7 per cent to EUR 0.66.

Selling electric car chargers Kempower said he had begun cooperating JET batches, Australia ‘s largest provider of electric car charging information services.

Kempower’s share rose 1.7 percent during the day to EUR 12.00.

Talenom said in the morning to buy Saarijärvi Account Service. The annual turnover of the business to be transferred in the transaction is approximately EUR 200,000.

Talenom’s share closed at yesterday’s closing price of EUR 11.68.

To follow Purmo Inderes

Analysis company Inderes started today Purmon monitoring with a target price of EUR 16.00 and an additional recommendation. Purmo rose 0.3 percent on the stock exchange to EUR 14.85.

Inderes nosti Bittium to the level of the recommendation, but kept its target price of EUR 6.00 unchanged. Bittium’s share price rose 1.9 percent to EUR 5.35.

Inderes, on the other hand, fell LeadDeskin target price of EUR 24.00 (previously EUR 26.00), but maintained its further recommendation unchanged. LeadDesk’s share price rose 1.0 percent to EUR 21.20.

The Helsinki Stock Exchange will be closed tomorrow due to the Epiphany. Trading on the stock exchange will resume next time on Friday.


Source: Arvopaperi by www.arvopaperi.fi.

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