News: Norsk Hydro ASA (NHY.OL)

NHY.OL on Oslo Stock Exchange

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25 Jul 2014
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Tue, Jul 22 2014

UPDATE 2-Norsk Hydro sees best global aluminium outlook in years

* Stock falls 3.8 percent early but erases losses (Recasts with outlook comments, adds CEO, CFO quotes, analysts, updates shares)

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Norsk Hydro to invest NOK 80 mln in new technology

OSLO, June 24 - Aluminium maker Norsk Hydro will invest 80 million crowns ($13.07 million) in new casting technology at its Aardal and Hoeyanger plants to better serve the automotive industry, the company said on Tuesday.

UPDATE 1-Norway to retain stake in Statoil, trim Telenor

* Right-wing goverment wants smaller state role in economy (Adds quotes from trade minister, analyst, details)

UPDATE 1-Aluminium maker Norsk Hydro Q1 sees higher demand from car industry

* Sees higher demand from automotive industry (Adds quotes, details)

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Norsk Hydro to build new German aluminium production line

OSLO, Feb 25 - Norwegian aluminium producer Norsk Hydro will spend 130 million euros to build a new production line at its rolled products plant in Grevenbroich in Germany to meet increased demand for automotive parts.

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