Stockholmsbörsen openly opened upwards, but at some hours after the trade lost momentum and the index remained weak at lunch.
Nordea told media winners that Christer Gardell began joining the shares in the bank, and the big deal between Sobi and Astra Zeneca took the courses of the two pharmaceutical companies.
On the 13th, the OMXS30 index of the Stockholm Stock Exchange rose by 0.2 percent to 1.518. In the Stockholm Stock Exchange, shares of 4.4 billion SEDs were traded. DAX in Germany was 0.8 percent and the index in France increased by 0.4 percent.
In the large-scale index, Nordea, the Norwegian bank, now has the biggest increase of 2.7 per cent. According to Dagens Industri, Cemean Capital, with investor Christer Gardell in the foreground, examined Nordea for a major investment. The signs say that Cevian has already received billions of shares in the bank, noting the newspaper. Other major banks showed only marginal movements around zero line.
Upwards, there were also Autoliv and other companies with vehicle clutches. In China, hopes for progress in the difficult trade dispute with the United States regarding the visit of the US deputy prime minister and US US Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin were announced. Autoliv was a little more than 1.3% and Veoneer increased 1.6 percent. Morgan Stanley repeated the weight of advice for Autoliv, albeit with a lower criterion.
Alfa Laval is holding a capital market day on Tuesday and the stock started Tuesday plus a plus, but at noon, the price slowed, and the worst stock of the OMXS30 was -1.7 percent.
In a press release prior to the capital market day, the company repeated its financial targets. CEO Tom Erixon said that he was reasonably optimistic about the demand situation in 2019 and could continue until 2020.
"We do not see a global recession in anyone's vision at the moment," said Tom Erixon on Tuesday in Copenhagen.
Oil prices have been the worst performing sector since they returned on Tuesday. Brent oil was trading around $ 68:80 a barrel, from Monday afternoon levels to about $ 0:20. Lundin Petroleum fell 4.3 percent and Tethys Oil recovered 6 percent.
The acquisition of US rights by Synobis for a total of 7.1 billion SEK from Astra Zeneca has initially received a good market score. The share was opened at about 8 percent, but retired in the morning and increased by 1.1 percent at lunch. Pareto quickly wrote that the store fits Sobi "like gloves", but added that the price tag for Synagis is high.
The technology company Anoto signed an agreement with a printing company in Japan. The financial scope of the agreement is not specified, but the company writes that the company will earn $ 0.5 million a year on the market. One stock market share was 8.2 percent.
Even cash management company Loomis filled the order block with an American order of about $ 48 million. The stock increased by 0.6 percent.
Gamox Company Paradox grew 0.3 percent in the third quarter after reaching an increase of 29 percent.
Pareto, in front of the recommendation, launched Cellavision's sales advice and surveillance with direct exchange rates of 230 SEK. The share remained below 5.4 percent of the SEK at just over 257.
Pareto also began monitoring Boule Diagnostics. Here the council was purchased at the price of SEK 79, followed by an increase above 4.5 percent.