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      Nasdaq sued by Swedish competition watchdog

      The Swedish Competition Authority is taking legal action against Nasdaq, the exchanges operator, alleging that its Stockholm...

    2. May 24, 2015

      The week: May 25

      • Hong Kong’s securities regulator was forced to defend its policing of the market last week after three companies lost a...

    1. May 19, 2015

      HSBC to charge for holding deposits

      HSBC has become one of the biggest global banks to say it will begin charging clients on deposits in a basket of European...

    2. May 11, 2015

      Waterford Wedgwood Royal Doulton sold to Finnish group for $437m

      Wedgwood ceramics, once one of the UK’s most famous industrial brands, has been sold by its US private equity owners to a...

    3. April 19, 2015

      Centre party takes most seats in Finland poll

      Finland backed a former telecoms entrepreneur as prime minister and handed second place to a populist anti-EU party in a...

    4. April 17, 2015

      Once a taboo, Nato membership now a hot topic in Finland

      Four years ago, when Finland’s current government came to power, Nato membership was deliberately ruled out. Now, with a new...

    5. April 13, 2015

      Nordic dilemma over how much to include the populist parties

      Populist parties have shaken the political elite across Europe. But as groups such as the Finns, France’s National Front or...

    6. April 1, 2015

      The fate of Quercus is a ‘dragon tattoo’ case study

      Publication of the fourth novel in the late Stieg Larsson’s Millennium detective series is less “whodunnit?” than “what if?”...

    7. March 22, 2015

      Russia delivers nuclear warning to Denmark

      Russia has threatened Denmark with a nuclear strike if it takes part in Nato’s missile shield, in some of the most...

    8. February 23, 2015

      Central bank puts Turkish lira in focus

      Forex traders who relish a challenge may be considering a punt — one way or the other — on the lira. Turkey’s central bank,...

    9. February 12, 2015

      Central banks take extreme action to stave off deflation

      Central banks are resorting to ever more radical means to prevent deflation strengthening its grip over European economies,...

    10. February 11, 2015

      Swiss government borrows at record low rate

      Switzerland borrowed money for 10 years at a cheaper rate than any government on record on Wednesday, as the eurozone’s...

    11. February 3, 2015

      Danske Bank outlines DKr5bn share buyback

      Danske Bank unveiled plans for its first share buyback in more than a decade and a higher than expected dividend after...

    12. January 30, 2015

      Rap artist Jay-Z bids for Nordic music streaming service Wimp

      Jay-Z is following the lucrative trail blazed by rival hip-hop star Dr Dre by buying a music-streaming service that is a...

    13. January 21, 2015

      Sweden flies into a corporate storm

      The Swedish economic model has long been admired. In particular, the Nordic country’s system of active ownership of...

    14. January 16, 2015

      J&J receives €100m EU injection for Ebola vaccine development

      Johnson & Johnson is to receive more than €100m from the EU to accelerate development of its experimental Ebola vaccine as...

    15. January 15, 2015

      Savills upgrades 2014 profit expectations after strong December

      Savills, the London-listed property agents, has upgraded its 2014 profit expectations after changes in UK stamp duty helped...

    16. January 14, 2015

      Kuoni to exit consumer travel market

      Kuoni, the Swiss-based travel group, has put its outbound tour operator business up for sale in the latest sign of how the...

    17. January 14, 2015

      Finland emerges as major hurdle to Greek bailout deal

      Finland has emerged as the biggest stumbling block to negotiating a new bailout deal with an incoming Greek government,...

    18. January 9, 2015

      Two Ebola vaccines given go-ahead for trials in west Africa

      Two vaccines for Ebola have been given the go-ahead for frontline trials in west Africa as the World Health Organisation...

    19. January 1, 2015

      Sweden hit by third assault on mosque

      Sweden suffered its third arson attack on a mosque in a week amid an intensifying debate about immigration in the Nordic...

    20. December 23, 2014

      Bumper year for coco bond sales

      European financial institutions are set to take advantage of investors’ continuing thirst for yield in the new year by...

    21. December 7, 2014

      Ageing Europe needs the new blood immigration brings

      In a Europe defined by ageing societies, shrinking workforces and stagnant living standards, immigration is both a partial...

    22. November 26, 2014

      Banking: end of the universe

      “Universal banking,” said a speaker at Wednesday’s FT Banking summit “is dead.” It is easy to see the logic. Banks are...

    23. November 20, 2014

      Concern rises as cracks appear in Nordic model

      Cracks are beginning to appear in the vaunted Nordic model. The four main Nordic countries – Denmark, Finland, Norway and...

    24. November 16, 2014

      Nordea chief says bank regulation chokes small-business loans

      The head of the Nordic region’s biggest lender has said banking regulation is making it impossible for small companies to...

    25. November 11, 2014

      Touch of fear fails to damp appeal of Nordic bonds

      Political and economic commentators tend to go a little weak at the knees when it comes to the Nordic countries. Sweden,...

    26. November 9, 2014

      Sweden’s PM hits back at business critics

      Sweden’s prime minister defended his centre-left government’s first month in power after business critics labelled its start...

    27. November 7, 2014

      The Arctic region’s innovative beauty ideas

      Think of Scandinavian beauty currently, and one is as likely to conjure the furrowed intensity of our favourite noir TV...

    28. October 27, 2014

      Nasdaq presses on with plan to clear forex derivatives in Europe

      Nasdaq is to press ahead with its long-touted plans to clear some foreign exchange instruments in Europe as local regulators...

    29. October 12, 2014

      Starz to launch in international markets

      Starz, the US pay-television network behind shows such as Spartacus and Black Sails, has struck a deal to build an...

    30. September 24, 2014

      ‘Finlandisation’ makes a polarising comeback in Finland

      In Finland, a single word has become the battleground for the Nordic country’s postwar history. “Finlandisation” may have...

    31. September 18, 2014

      Kiwi dollar is victim of fundamentals

      Last weekend it was Sweden. This time it’s New Zealand. The Land of the Long White Cloud faces an uncertain outcome from its...

    32. September 17, 2014

      Prime minister Alex Stubb attacked for ‘Finlandisation’ policy

      Finland is on the verge of putting Russian interests before its own values in its foreign policy and returning to the days...

    33. September 15, 2014

      Swedish businesses grapple with uncertainty after elections

      Swedish businesses accustomed to the Nordic country’s famously sensible and dependable politics are facing an unfamiliar...

    34. September 15, 2014

      Scotland debate stirs mix of fears and hopes in Nordic region

      The Nordic countries have been under the spotlight for much of the Scottish independence campaign as nationalists from Alex...

    35. September 9, 2014

      Sweden braced for rare plunge into political uncertainty

      Chaos is not a word readily associated with Sweden. The Nordic country is at or near the top of rankings for happiness,...

    36. August 27, 2014

      Swedish-run UK school seeks to improve performance

      Unusually for a headteacher in England, Alison Tilbrook displays a Swedish flag in her office and reports three times a week...

    37. August 27, 2014

      Norway leads push for gender equality but has a long way to go

      Norway has a strong image when it comes to gender equality. Its prime minister and finance minister are both female; so are...

    38. August 25, 2014

      Grand Hotel, Stockholm

      Where: Södra Blasieholmshamnen 8 WiFi: Yes Plug sockets: Yes Espresso: SKr58 ($8.40) Open: Cadier Bar Mon-Fri 7am-2am; Sat...

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