UPDATE 1-NORDIC STOCKS - Factors to watch on Nov 4

Mon Nov 4, 2013 2:46am EST

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HELSINKI Nov 4 (Reuters) - The following stocks may be affected by newspaper reports and other factors on Monday:

NOKIA

The Finnish telecoms company said it is set to receive additional compensation from Samsung Electronics according to a new 5-year patent licence deal between the firms.

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STORA ENSO

The Finnish paper maker has announced a price increase for its softwood pulp in Europe, sector news service Risi reported.

The price for Stora's NBSK grade would rise to $920 per tonne as of November 1 amid strong demand and tight stocks, Risi said.

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NORWEGIAN AIR

Some 600 pilots at the Norwegian budget airline may go on strike from Monday if talks between unions and management fail to come to a solution. The talks should have concluded at midnight on Monday but are now in overtime.

If it goes ahead, the strike would be the first major industrial action at the company.

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NOVO NORDISK

Denmark's Novo Nordisk said late on Friday that the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved two insulin pens with Novo's new dosing system.

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