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International

Nikolaj Skydsgaard

COVID cases break records across Europe as winter takes hold

Nov 04 2021

BUDAPEST Coronavirus infections are hitting record levels in many countries across Europe as winter takes hold, prompting a call for action from the World Health Organization which described the new wave as a "grave concern".

Danske Bank shares slide after cut to profitability target

Oct 29 2021

COPENHAGEN Shares in Danske Bank fell more than 5% on Friday after the lender reduced its 2023 profitability target, citing significant challenges such as compliance costs.

GN Store Nord shares rise on acquisition of gaming firm Steelseries

Oct 06 2021

COPENHAGEN (Reuters) -Shares in Danish hearing aid and headset maker GN Store Nord rose 3% on Wednesday after it said it would buy gaming gear company Steelseries from Nordic private equity company Axcel in a deal worth 8 billion Danish crowns ($1.25 billion).

Amid COVID-19 booster data dilemma, EU nations' plans diverge

Oct 03 2021

LONDON A patchwork of campaigns for an extra COVID-19 shot are being rolled out across the European Union even before the region's drug watchdog rules on whether they are safe and effective.

Colosseum kits and plastic flowers help Lego's earnings double

Sep 28 2021

COPENHAGEN (Reuters) -Toymaker Lego doubled its earnings in the first six months of the year as customers flocked to its reopened stores to buy Star Wars building sets, model Colosseums and flower bouquets made from its colourful plastic bricks. | Video

Colosseum kits and plastic flowers help Lego's earnings double

Sep 28 2021

COPENHAGEN, Sept 28 Toymaker Lego doubled its earnings in the first six months of the year as customers flocked to its reopened stores to buy Star Wars building sets and flower bouquets made from its colourful plastic bricks.

Euro soccer tournament under fire for helping spread COVID-19

Jul 01 2021

COPENHAGEN The Euro 2020 soccer tournament was on Thursday blamed for a surge in coronavirus cases as fans have flocked to stadiums, bars and spectator zones across Europe to watch the action while the pandemic still raged. | Video

Euro 2020 crowds driving rise in COVID-19 infections, says WHO

Jul 01 2021

COPENHAGEN Crowds at Euro 2020 football stadiums and in pubs and bars in host cities are driving the current rise in coronavirus infections in Europe, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Thursday.

Denmark continues exclusion of J&J, AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines

Jun 25 2021

COPENHAGEN (Reuters) -Health authorities in Denmark said on Friday that COVID-19 vaccines from AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson would remain excluded from the country's vaccine roll-out following a review of new safety data.

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