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Fortum Oyj (FORTUM.HE)

FORTUM.HE on Helsinki Stock Exchange

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Fri, Feb 9 2018

Neste says U.S. tax credit to lift Q1 profit

HELSINKI, Feb 9 Finnish oil refiner and biofuel producer Neste expects the reinstatement of the renewable fuel tax credit in the United States to increase its first quarter profit, the company said on Friday.

Biofuel firm Neste picks new CEO from CABB

HELSINKI, Feb 9 Finnish biofuel producer and oil refiner Neste has picked Peter Vanacker from German chemicals firm CABB to replace Matti Lievonen, who is retiring, as the company's next chief executive officer, the firm said on Friday.

Fortum falls short of majority control in Uniper

HELSINKI Finnish utility Fortum fell short of gaining majority control of German peer Uniper with its 8.05 billion euro ($10.0 billion) takeover offer, after Uniper's management advised shareholders not to tender their shares.

Fortum falls short of majority control in Uniper

HELSINKI Finnish utility Fortum fell short of gaining majority control of German peer Uniper with its 8.05 billion euro (7.19 billion pounds) takeover offer, after Uniper's management advised shareholders not to tender their shares.

UPDATE 2-Fortum falls short of majority control in Uniper

* Uniper shares up 2.2 pct at 23.4 euro apiece (Recasts, adds details, fund manager)

UPDATE 1-Fortum vows to protect dividends despite bid for Uniper

HELSINKI, Feb 2 Finnish utility Fortum , which has made an 8 billion euro ($10 billion) takeover offer for Germany's Uniper, on Friday proposed a larger than expected dividend and said it aims to avoid any reductions in future payouts.

Fortum boss gives Uniper activist shareholders the cold shoulder

BERLIN Finland's Fortum will not enter talks with activist shareholders in Uniper to try and win them over to its 8.05 billion euro ($9.9 bln) bid for the German energy group, its chief executive said on Tuesday.

Fortum boss gives Uniper activist shareholders the cold shoulder

BERLIN Finland's Fortum will not enter talks with activist shareholders in Uniper to try and win them over to its 8.05 billion euro (7.07 billion pounds) bid for the German energy group, its chief executive said on Tuesday.

UPDATE 1-Fortum boss gives Uniper activist shareholders the cold shoulder

* Current takeover bid expires Feb. 2 (Adds comments from Lundmark, context)

Fortum CEO says happy with amount of shares in Uniper received so far

BERLIN, Jan 23 The chief executive of Finland's Fortum said on Tuesday he was happy with the 46.93 percent stake it had received in German utility Uniper in response to its 8.05 billion euro ($9.86 billion) takeover offer.

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