The Helsinki Stock Exchange kicked off its day on Tuesday with a 0.3 percent increase in the general index, reaching approximately 9,794.4 points. The most traded stocks on the exchange saw positive gains, with Nordic stock and Nokian rising by 0.3 percent and 0.1 percent respectively. Administrator, an accounting office, experienced a significant rise of 6.3 percent at the top of the stock market’s climb.
Kone, the elevator company, announced an order for 63 elevators and destination control systems for the Zhejiang University Alumni Headquarters Economic Park in Hangzhou, East China. This news caused Kone’s share price to increase by 0.2 percent. Verkkokauppa.com, Talkative, and SRV also made strategy updates, with Verkkokauppa.com aiming for faster growth than the market and SRV outlining a portfolio optimized for market conditions and risk management.
Taaleri informed its investors about an updated strategy focused on private equity business and significant industrial investments, particularly in the bio industry. The company aims to increase its assets under management and direct industrial investments by the end of 2026. They Sten, Taaleri’s director of real estate business, will be leaving his position at the end of March 2021, while Mikko Krootila has been appointed to replace him as of February 1st