HELSINKI, March 3 The following stocks may be affected by newspaper reports and other factors on Monday:
India's top court is due on Monday to hear Nokia's appeal challenging a lower court ruling over transfer of its mobile handset plant in the country to Microsoft amid a tax dispute.
Nokia last month appealed to the Indian Supreme Court saying the Delhi High Court had imposed "new conditions" over transfer of the plant, after previously allowing it.
The troubled nickel miner said late on Sunday it had found a hydrogen sulfide leakage at its plant in Northern Finland.
The company said it had evacuated staff, and that the situation was now under control. No-one was harmed.
Talvivaara last week said its liquidity situation remained critical and that it may end up unable to realise its assets or pay its debt.
For more on the company, click on
Swedish business daily Dagens Industri recommends buying shares in the world's biggest auto safety gear maker.
For more on the company, double click
** For a summary of upcoming results and forecasts, double click on
** For the western European company diary covering earnings, shareholder meetings, news conferences and analysts' meetings, click on or type in the code and hit the f9 button.
** Double click on for Swedish indices, for Danish indices, for Finnish indices and for Norwegian indices
** For real-time moves on Nordic blue-chip indices double click on,, and
** For constituent stock moves highlight the above codes in the command box and press the f3 button on your keyboard
** For Nordic top news items, double click on
** For the latest news on Nordic stock price moves double click on
GM says ISS advises against Greenlight share plan, board nominees
May 27 General Motors Co said on Saturday that proxy advisory firm Institutional Shareholder Services has recommended that shareholders vote against a slate of directors proposed by hedge fund Greenlight Capital and reject the hedge fund's plan to divide GM shares into two classes.
Fairfax Financial to sell 12.2 pct of Indian insurer ICICI Lombard
MUMBAI, May 27 Canada's Fairfax Financial Holdings plans to sell a 12.2 percent stake in its Indian joint venture insurer ICICI Lombard in a deal that will value the company at 203 billion rupees ($3.15 billion), the Indian company said on Saturday.