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UPDATE 2-Danish group ISS's shares plunge after forecast cut

06 Nov 2019

* Political unrest in Hong Kong adds further pressure (Adds CEO interview, detail on cost savings, updates shares)

Thomas Cook's Nordic business expects to have new owner by Christmas

28 Oct 2019

COPENHAGEN The Nordic business of Thomas Cook, the world's oldest travel firm which collapsed five weeks ago, expects to have a buyer by Christmas after attracting several bids and interest from over 10 parties, a spokeswoman said on Monday.

Flights disrupted at Thomas Cook's Nordic arm as it battles to survive

25 Sep 2019

COPENHAGEN/HELSINKI Several flights operated by Thomas Cook's Nordic business have been canceled or delayed as the subsidiary battles to survive the collapse of its parent company earlier this week.

Flights disrupted at Thomas Cook's Nordic arm as it battles to survive

25 Sep 2019

COPENHAGEN/HELSINKI Several flights operated by Thomas Cook's Nordic business have been cancelled or delayed as the subsidiary battles to survive the collapse of its parent company earlier this week.

Flights disrupted at Thomas Cook's Nordic arm as it battles to survive

25 Sep 2019

COPENHAGEN/HELSINKI, Sept 25 Some flights operated by Thomas Cook's Nordic business have been cancelled or delayed as the subsidiary battles to survive the collapse of its parent company earlier this week.

Denmark's Jyske Bank to charge wealthy clients for deposits

20 Aug 2019

COPENHAGEN Denmark's Jyske Bank will begin charging wealthy individuals for deposits instead of paying interest, it said on Tuesday, less than two weeks after launching the world's first negative interest rate mortgage.

RPT-Denmark's Jyske Bank to charge wealthy clients for deposits

20 Aug 2019

COPENHAGEN, Aug 20 Denmark's Jyske Bank will begin charging wealthy individuals for deposits instead of paying interest, it said on Tuesday, less than two weeks after launching the world's first negative interest rate mortgage.

Denmark becomes third Nordic country to form leftist government this year

26 Jun 2019

COPENHAGEN Denmark will become the third Nordic country this year to form a leftist government after Social Democratic leader Mette Frederiksen agreed terms for a one-party minority government late on Wednesday.

Failed asylum seekers wait in rural Danish departure centre

30 May 2019

COPENHAGEN When Ali Adnan, 27, fled his home in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad in 2015 and arrived in Denmark, a local Danish family took him in and helped him gain his footing in a country he knew very little about. | Video

Danish fishing communities fear Brexit could sink them

30 Apr 2019

COPENHAGEN In the small fishing town of Thyboron on the northwestern coast of Denmark, many fishermen worry the British waters they have become increasingly dependent on will be out of reach when Britain leaves the European Union. | Video

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