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Husqvarna cools on 2019 margin after chill dents lawn mower demand

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STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – Husqvarna (HUSQb.ST), the world’s biggest maker of garden power tools such as robotic lawn mowers, blamed cold weather for a fall in second-quarter sales and said the dip in demand meant it would probably not achieve its margin target this year. FILE PHOTO: A sign alerts visitors about a presence of Husqvarna Read More

Maha Energy AB (publ) (“Maha” or the “Company”) Announces Spud of 7-TTG-3D-SES Well (Maha-1)

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­­­Maha Energy AB (publ)Strandvägen 5ASE-114 51 Stockholmwww.mahaenergy.ca Press releaseStockholmJuly 12, 2019 Maha Energy AB (publ) (“Maha” or the “Company”) Announces Spud of 7-TTG-3D-SES Well (Maha-1). The Company is pleased to provide the following Operational Update from its operations in Brazil. 7-TTG-3D-SES Well (Tartaruga Field)7-TTG-3D-SES Well (earlier designated Maha-1) was spudded today. The Five Star Offshore Read More

Volvo CEO laments Sweden’s high crime rate, says company might move its HQ abroad

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The head of the Swedish car manufacturer Volvo has created quite a stir at home, saying that his company struggles to attract foreign specialists due to the lack of public security and may be considering moving elsewhere. Speaking to the daily Svenska Dagbladet, Volvo CEO Hakan Samuelsson lamented the fact that the auto manufacturer has Read More

European airline chiefs push back against flight shaming, carbon taxes

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BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The heads of some of Europe’s largest airlines hit back on Wednesday against efforts to discourage Europeans from flying, arguing the industry was making huge strides in cutting its carbon footprint and that there was no shame in air travel. FILE PHOTO: A part of the north runaway is reflected in a Read More

Maersk family company steps into renewables with wind firm acquisition

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(Reuters) – A.P. Moller Holding, which controls Danish shipping giant A.P. Moller-Maersk (MAERSKb.CO) will acquire Danish wind turbine supplier KK Group, it said on Wednesday, in a first step into the renewable energy industry. The acquisition marks a new direction for the family-owned company, which has built its business on the shipping and oil industry. Read More

Equinor grabs bigger slice of giant oil field in deal with Lundin

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By Sveinung Sleire on 7/8/2019 OSLO (Bloomberg) — Equinor ASA built up its share in Norway’s giant Johan Sverdrup oil field in a deal with Lundin Petroleum AB that saw it sell its 16% stake in the Swedish producer. Norway’s state-controlled oil and gas producer will get a 2.6% interest in Norway’s giant Johan Sverdrup Read More

Notice of Extraordinary General Meeting of Lundin Petroleum AB

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Lundin Petroleum AB (publ), 556610-8055, holds an Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders on Wednesday 31 July 2019 at 10:00 a.m. (Swedish time). Location: Grand Hôtel, Södra Blasieholmshamnen 8 in Stockholm, Sweden. Attendance at the Extraordinary General MeetingShareholders wishing to attend the Extraordinary General Meeting shall: be recorded as a shareholder in the share register maintained by Read More

Student released from detention in North Korea

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An Australian student has been released after spending a week in detention in North Korea. Alek Sigley lost contact with his family and friends in Japan and his home country last week. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison told parliament that the 29-year-old was now “safe and well” in Beijing after leaving North Korea. Image: Mr Read More

Correction / Eolus Vind AB interim report March 1 2019 – May 31 2019

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In the previous press release sent out at 8.30 AM CET financial numbers for Q3 was missing in the table with the financial summary and some definitions were in Swedish. The extract of the interim report contained the full information. Hässleholm, Sweden, July 4th, 2019 3 Months March 2019 – May 2019 Net sales 520.3 Read More

‘F**k you Greta’ bumper stickers appear on German roads, taking aim at youth climate activist

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Motorists in Germany, the automotive heart of Europe, are not taking kindly to Swedish youth climate activist Greta Thunberg. Some drivers are sporting bumper stickers telling the girl, in so many words, to take a hike. At the age of 15, Thunberg captivated a large segment of the media in Europe and the US with Read More