COPENHAGEN/LONDON Danske Bank's money laundering scandal spread on Friday to Britain where the National Crime Agency (NCA) said it is investigating the use of UK-registered companies. | Video
COPENHAGEN Danske Bank faced a new Danish money laundering inquiry on Thursday as political anger spread over a scandal involving 200 billion euros ($234 billion) in payments, many of which were suspicious, through Estonia.
COPENHAGEN Danske Bank's chief executive Thomas Borgen resigned on Wednesday after an investigation revealed payments totaling 200 billion euros ($234 billion) through its small Estonian branch, many of which the bank said were suspicious. | Video
COPENHAGEN Danske Bank will on Wednesday lift the lid on how billions of euros from Russia and ex-Soviet states flowed through its accounts in Estonia, the latest scandal to highlight Europe's inability to tackle alleged money-laundering.
LONDON/COPENHAGEN, Sept 18 Short positions on
Danske Bank shares hit an 11-month high on Monday,
rising 46 percent from Friday, data from industry tracker FIS'
Astec Analytics showed.
COPENHAGEN Greenland's government lost its parliamentary majority as a row between coalition partners escalated on Monday over how a planned upgrade of three airports, of strategic interest to both Washington and Beijing, should be financed.
COPENHAGEN Denmark will take part as much as possible in European defense cooperation outside NATO, Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen said after meeting France's president on Tuesday.
COPENHAGEN, Aug 23 Drought-hit agriculture and
weak international markets for key companies like Lego, Novo
Nordisk and Vestas are set to slow growth in Denmark's
export-driven economy this year.
COPENHAGEN Danish energy group Orsted has agreed to buy U.S. onshore wind farm developer Lincoln Clean Energy (LCE) in a $580 million deal, aiming to gain a foothold in what it sees as a key growth market.
COPENHAGEN A.P. Moller-Maersk cut its 2018 earnings forecast on Tuesday due to higher fuel prices, although the downgrade was smaller than some analysts had feared, prompting shares in the world's biggest container shipping company to rise.