NORDIC STOCKS - Factors to watch on June 30
HELSINKI, June 30 (Reuters) - The following stocks may be affected by newspaper reports and other factors on Monday:
Germany's ThyssenKrupp said late on Sunday it had agreed to sell its submarine shipyard in the south of Sweden to Swedish defence firm Saab for 340 million Swedish crowns ($50 million).
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VESTAS WIND SYSTEMS
The world's biggest wind turbine maker has received two firm and unconditional orders on 450 megawatt and 124 megawatt in the U.S.
It said orders so far this year totalled 2.538 mega watt.
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Denmark's biotech company Genmab and GlaxoSmithKline said late on Friday their cancer drug Arzerra failed to treat a type of leukemia more effectively than other drugs in a late-stage trial.
Arzerra, known chemically as ofatumumab, was being tested in patients with a type of blood cancer known as bulky fludarabine-refractory chronic lymphocytic leukemia, as required by European regulators for conditional approval of the medicine.
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