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20 мая, 16:13

В Петербурге за организацию убийства задержан глава Международного агентства оценки морских рисков

Задержанный следователями бывший капитан дальнего плавания Андрей Волошин считается ведущим российским экспертом в области оценки рисков морских перевозок нефти и газа. Он сотрудничал с крупнейшими поставщиками энергоносителей - Total, Shell, Chevron, BP, Maersk, ExxonMobile, Neste Oil, "Газпромом", "Лукойлом".

22 декабря 2015, 01:33

Finland Is Turning a Big Negative Into a Bigger Positive

Anyone that has been watching Finland over the last few years knows that what started as one big disaster is turning into many opportunities that promise a bright future for this Nordic country. The negative At its peak in 2007, Nokia had a market capitalization of $250 billion. That was before the iPhone and Android phones took the lions-share of the smartphone market away from Nokia's disappointing smartphone line-up. Before its deal with Microsoft was announced, Nokia's stock price was trading somewhere between $3 and $4 per share - giving it a market value between 2 and 3% of its 2007 value. Nokia's decline and subsequent sale of its handset business to Microsoft has had a more serious negative impact on Finland's economy than many originally thought. As reported in the UK edition of Wired Magazine, "By 2000, Nokia accounted for a mindboggling 4 per cent of Finnish GDP, 70 per cent of Helsinki's stock exchange market capital, 43 per cent of corporate R&D, 21 per cent of total exports and 14 per cent of corporate tax revenues." Even successes from Neste (oil refining), Wärtsilä (power systems), Kone (maker of elevators and escalators), Rovio (creator of Angry Birds, which recently announced its own layoffs), Supercell (creator of Clash of Clans), and many others have not been enough to counteract the negative impact Nokia's decline has had on the Finnish economy and its world-wide footprint. The even greater positive Nature has a way of taking disasters and turning them into successes. Roughly 66 million years ago, a comet or asteroid struck the Earth and killed the dinosaurs and 75% of all living species. This catastrophic event cleared the way for the evolution of mammals, and enabled humans to thrive on a planet where they would be dinosaur hors d'oeuvres. Finns are fond of nature, and perhaps that's the reason something similar is happening in Finland. Mika Bostrom Vice President of Smarkets is quoted as saying in BBC news that... "I am willing to say that the Elopcalypse (what many call the huge layoffs and selling of Nokia's handset business to Microsoft under then CEO Stephen Elop) was the best thing to happen to Finnish ICT." Thriving and growing tech ecosystem Highly skilled and trained former Nokia employees are starting companies, conferences, venture organizations, and all the bits and pieces needed to create a thriving entrepreneurial tech sector in Finland. Patrik Sallner, former Nokia director of insight and foresight, said in Techworld, "The good thing about Nokia's demise right now is there's a lot of experienced managers available... Leaders of publicly listed companies and startups in Finland have their background in Nokia." Recognizing the availability of tech talent, companies from Silicon Valley and Asia are setting up R&D facilities in Finland. Slush Conference Slush, a combination of rain and snow, is characteristic of Finnish weather in November. Peter Vesterbacka, chief marketing officer of Rovio - the maker of video game Angry Birds, adopted the name for a high-tech start-up Conference he initiated. In just a few years, this conference has grown from its humble beginnings to a sold out global event with 15,000 attendees, 1,700 startups, 800 VC investors, and 630 journalists from all over the world. It is indicative of the high-tech start-up culture that has propagated in Finland after Nokia laid-off thousands of employees and sold its mobile phone business to Microsoft. Supportive infrastructure Former Nokia employees are not the only reason Finland is being called the Silicon Valley of Europe. Finland has an infrastructure that is hospitable to technology and start-ups. The following are just some of the reasons. Top of the world education. Finland frequently tops the world in education. Finnish students are ranked among the top three in the world. Advanced technology infrastructure. It has turned into europe's leading information society, second only to the USA in the use of information technology, and it has the world's highest number of mobile phones and Internet nodes per capita. Impressive universities and research centers. Finland has numerous universities and research Centers of Excellence. Aalto University, which includes the former Helsinki University of Technology, has become one of the top technical educational institutions in the world. Supportive Government. Finnish Parliament has a Committee of the Future, Sitra is the Finnish Innovation Fund, and Tekes (the National Technology Agency of Finland) finances R&D and innovation. Leading in R&D. It is leading nation in R&D expenditures as a percentage of GDP. Easy to communicate. The official business language is English. Western-style government. It is a western parliamentary democracy led by a President. In all the right clubs. Its international affiliations include membership in the EU, UN, WTO, OECD, IMF, World Bank, EBRD, AsDB, AfDB, IDB, the Nordic Council, ESA, CERN, and EUREKA. Bridge between East and West. Finland has the location, expertise, and long-standing history of bridging the gulf between businesses in the East and West. Advanced financial infrastructure. It has the world's most developed electronic banking system. High-performing stock market. Finland's stock market frequently outperforms many of the world's capital markets. Uses the Euro. Finland's monetary unit is the Euro - one of the world's four hard currencies. Industrial leader. It is a world leader in forest products, pulp, paper, board technology, and shipbuilding. Lower tax rates. Finland has the lowest corporate and capital tax rates of any EU country. Safety. It is a safe and virtual risk-free environment. Most wired and wireless. With its sophisticated digital and fiber optic voice and data processing networks, Wired Magazine has called Finland "the most wired and wireless country in the world." Lowest corruption. Finland is tied with Denmark for having the least corruption in the world. For high-tech start-ups that want to get a foothold in an EU country, Finland is a great choice. The Finns have Sisu In addition to its advanced infrastructure, Finland's history is one of overcoming adversity from foreign domination, weather, famine, and other adverse conditions. Necessity is the mother of invention, and the Finns have had to be innovative to survive and thrive. Sisu is the word that Finns use to describe their combination of stoic determination, bravery, guts, resilience, perseverance and hardiness to overcome this adversity. It has become part of their national character and culture. It is an important characteristic for competing in a very competitive world. Make no mistake... Nokia is not dead While too many equate Nokia with mobile phones (the part of the company acquired by Microsoft), there is another very successful business-to-business part of the organization that continues to thrive - Nokia Networks. In fact, it recently acquired Alcatel-Lucent for $16.6 billion - making the combined company, which is called Nokia Corporation, the second largest mobile equipment manufacturer in the world behind Swedish giant Ericsson. Not all is perfect While the above paints a very rosy picture of the tech start-up scene, the real world is far from perfect. For Finnish-grown tech start-ups, the missing piece is marketing. To overcome Finland's "best kept secret" syndrome, Finnish organizations need to focus on effective marketing. Rather than produce flashy brochures that bury the benefits in the body copy (those are the ones I have seen), these benefits need to be highlighted in headlines. If Finns have difficulty overcoming their cultural inclination to be self-effacing, they should employ non-Finns to tell the world for them. I have said this before, and I am repeating it now because I'd like my Finnish friends to be less worried about their economy and more focused on continuing to provide the many great things Finland has to offer. Things work in Finland Who needs perfection? Most people and companies need products, infrastructures, and societies that work. In Finland, things not only work, they work really well. Kiitos, and have a great Holiday. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

10 декабря 2015, 00:37

Women Need Bigger Role in -- and After -- Paris

The Paris Climate Summit is the first test for the global community to show that it is serious about the implementation of the new Sustainable Development Agenda. Climate change is a grave threat to our planet and if not stopped, it will also make the achievement of the other SDGs hard, if not impossible. Exchanging information and knowledge across regions on good practices and innovations to combat climate change is important. I believe that in the Nordic experience a key aspect is the collaboration and trust between governments, the civil society, private sector and research community. Citizens in the Nordic countries are educated and active, and public space and goods are appreciated. Environmental education is part of the basic curriculum in schools. From early on, the citizenry is conscious of ecological concerns. Nordic countries have taken active steps both in terms of binding regulation, active support for scientific research as well as in the form of support for voluntary measures to activate citizens to play their part in reducing emissions as well as to deal with the consequences of climate change. The choices private citizens make as consumers in their everyday life is significant. Avoiding excess consumption is the first step. How people eat, their housing preferences and mobility choices make a difference. Dietary habits such as eating less red meat and more vegetables, and the purchase of locally produced seasonal foods, as well as the avoidance of food waste is possible for all of us. Promoting public transport as alternative to the private car and energy-efficient solutions in housing and in construction in general contribute considerably. Being privately conscious and socially active is good climate policy. However, some choices are individual, but others need to be made collectively. Already half of the world's population lives in cities, which produce 75 percent of both the GDP and of emissions. By 2050, about 70 percent will call cities their home. This is why cities and urban lifestyles are both a key challenge and a solution. In the Nordic welfare-state model, local governments are the prime providers of basic services. In Finland, more than half of the taxes are paid to municipalities. Most municipalities are majority shareholders in local waste management and energy utilities. As energy production is the biggest source of CO2 emissions, political pressure makes the utilities gradually shift to renewables, biomass in particular. Integrated land use and mobility planning is firmly in the hands of local decision-makers, and plans are assessed by sustainability criteria, CO2/GHG emissions in particular. Mobility is considered a service provided by urban infrastructure. The share of private cars is only 30 percent of trips made within the city of Helsinki. Copenhagen is admired as an example for how to plan for cyclists. A tight network of safe cycling routes is currently being built also in Helsinki, and people are discovering biking as a fun and easy means to get around. Nordic cities strive toward carbon neutrality, with Copenhagen having set the most ambitious targets. Its commitment builds on a number of solutions, focusing on decarbonizing the energy systems of the city by continuing to invest in biomass, wind, geothermal, and solar solutions. The benefits of district heating and cooling systems have been widely demonstrated also elsewhere in the Nordic countries. Developing renewable energies from waste is another interesting field where innovative solutions have been developed. The Finnish company Neste Oil develops fuel production based on microbial oil, which uses straw and animal fat as raw material. Forest industries use their waste for energy, as well. Capturing the methane emissions from waste deposits is a further good example. One could conclude that waste is not waste anymore, but it has turned to raw material for further production. Gender equality and women's role as producers and consumers has to also be highlighted. Women need to be involved as decision makers and educated and empowered because their impact on climate efforts is considerable as producers and consumers. Women still make most of the decisions for example with regards to household purchases. We should therefore expect the Paris agreement to include strong gender provisions to ensure gender equality and the full and equal participation of women in all climate actions. This post is part of a "Nordic Solutions" series produced by The Huffington Post, in conjunction with the U.N.'s 21st Conference of the Parties (COP21) in Paris (Nov. 30-Dec. 11), aka the climate-change conference. The series will put a spotlight on climate solutions from the five Nordic countries, and is part of our What's Working editorial initiative. To view the entire series, visit here. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

10 декабря 2015, 00:37

Women Need Bigger Role in -- and After -- Paris

The Paris Climate Summit is the first test for the global community to show that it is serious about the implementation of the new Sustainable Development Agenda. Climate change is a grave threat to our planet and if not stopped, it will also make the achievement of the other SDGs hard, if not impossible. Exchanging information and knowledge across regions on good practices and innovations to combat climate change is important. I believe that in the Nordic experience a key aspect is the collaboration and trust between governments, the civil society, private sector and research community. Citizens in the Nordic countries are educated and active, and public space and goods are appreciated. Environmental education is part of the basic curriculum in schools. From early on, the citizenry is conscious of ecological concerns. Nordic countries have taken active steps both in terms of binding regulation, active support for scientific research as well as in the form of support for voluntary measures to activate citizens to play their part in reducing emissions as well as to deal with the consequences of climate change. The choices private citizens make as consumers in their everyday life is significant. Avoiding excess consumption is the first step. How people eat, their housing preferences and mobility choices make a difference. Dietary habits such as eating less red meat and more vegetables, and the purchase of locally produced seasonal foods, as well as the avoidance of food waste is possible for all of us. Promoting public transport as alternative to the private car and energy-efficient solutions in housing and in construction in general contribute considerably. Being privately conscious and socially active is good climate policy. However, some choices are individual, but others need to be made collectively. Already half of the world's population lives in cities, which produce 75 percent of both the GDP and of emissions. By 2050, about 70 percent will call cities their home. This is why cities and urban lifestyles are both a key challenge and a solution. In the Nordic welfare-state model, local governments are the prime providers of basic services. In Finland, more than half of the taxes are paid to municipalities. Most municipalities are majority shareholders in local waste management and energy utilities. As energy production is the biggest source of CO2 emissions, political pressure makes the utilities gradually shift to renewables, biomass in particular. Integrated land use and mobility planning is firmly in the hands of local decision-makers, and plans are assessed by sustainability criteria, CO2/GHG emissions in particular. Mobility is considered a service provided by urban infrastructure. The share of private cars is only 30 percent of trips made within the city of Helsinki. Copenhagen is admired as an example for how to plan for cyclists. A tight network of safe cycling routes is currently being built also in Helsinki, and people are discovering biking as a fun and easy means to get around. Nordic cities strive toward carbon neutrality, with Copenhagen having set the most ambitious targets. Its commitment builds on a number of solutions, focusing on decarbonizing the energy systems of the city by continuing to invest in biomass, wind, geothermal, and solar solutions. The benefits of district heating and cooling systems have been widely demonstrated also elsewhere in the Nordic countries. Developing renewable energies from waste is another interesting field where innovative solutions have been developed. The Finnish company Neste Oil develops fuel production based on microbial oil, which uses straw and animal fat as raw material. Forest industries use their waste for energy, as well. Capturing the methane emissions from waste deposits is a further good example. One could conclude that waste is not waste anymore, but it has turned to raw material for further production. Gender equality and women's role as producers and consumers has to also be highlighted. Women need to be involved as decision makers and educated and empowered because their impact on climate efforts is considerable as producers and consumers. Women still make most of the decisions for example with regards to household purchases. We should therefore expect the Paris agreement to include strong gender provisions to ensure gender equality and the full and equal participation of women in all climate actions. This post is part of a "Nordic Solutions" series produced by The Huffington Post, in conjunction with the U.N.'s 21st Conference of the Parties (COP21) in Paris (Nov. 30-Dec. 11), aka the climate-change conference. The series will put a spotlight on climate solutions from the five Nordic countries, and is part of our What's Working editorial initiative. To view the entire series, visit here. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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17 сентября 2015, 19:30

inland stocks lower at close of trade; OMX Helsinki 25 down 0.23%

Finland stocks were lower after the close on Thursday, as losses in the Industrials, Basic Materials and Technology sectors led shares lower. At the close in Helsinki, the OMX Helsinki 25 declined 0.23%. The best performers of the session on the OMX Helsinki 25 were YIT Oyj (HEL:YTY1V), which rose 5.50% or 0.29 points to trade at 5.66 at the close. Meanwhile, TeliaSonera AB (HEL:TLS1V) added 3.25% or 0.162 points to end at 5.150 and Neste Oil Oyj (HEL:NESTE) was up 1.69% or 0.40 points to 24.12 in late trade. The worst performers of the session were Konecranes Oyj (HEL:KCR1V), which fell 6.41% or 1.65 points to trade at 24.10 at the close. Cargotec Oyj (HEL:CGCBV) declined 3.69% or 1.01 points to end at 26.36 and Wartsila Oyj Abp (HEL:WRT1V) was down 2.51% or 0.93 points to 36.16. Rising stocks outnumbered declining ones on the Helsinki Stock Exchange by 91 to 79 and 8 ended unchanged. Brent oil for November delivery was down 1.74% or 0.86 to $48.88 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Crude oil for delivery in October fell 0.47% or 0.22 to hit $46.93 a barrel, while the December Gold contract fell 0.18% or 2.00 to trade at $1117.00 a troy ounce. EUR/USD was up 0.21% to 1.1316, while EUR/GBP fell 0.03% to 0.7286. The US Dollar Index was down 0.13% at 95.38.

15 сентября 2015, 19:30

inland stocks higher at close of trade; OMX Helsinki 25 up 0.17%

Finland stocks were higher after the close on Tuesday, as gains in the Financials, Consumer Goods and Healthcare sectors led shares higher. At the close in Helsinki, the OMX Helsinki 25 rose 0.17%. The best performers of the session on the OMX Helsinki 25 were Nokian Renkaat Oyj (HEL:NRE1V), which rose 1.85% or 0.48 points to trade at 26.43 at the close. Meanwhile, Sampo Oyj A (HEL:SAMAS) added 1.01% or 0.44 points to end at 44.13 and Nordea Bank AB (publ) FDR (HEL:NDA1V) was up 0.87% or 0.090 points to 10.490 in late trade. The worst performers of the session were Neste Oil Oyj (HEL:NESTE), which fell 1.96% or 0.48 points to trade at 23.95 at the close. Outokumpu Oyj (HEL:OUT1V) declined 1.00% or 0.0340 points to end at 3.3700 and Konecranes Oyj (HEL:KCR1V) was down 0.93% or 0.24 points to 25.66. Falling stocks outnumbered advancing ones on the Helsinki Stock Exchange by 94 to 75 and 8 ended unchanged. Brent oil for November delivery was up 0.12% or 0.06 to $47.41 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Crude oil for delivery in October rose 1.89% or 0.83 to hit $44.83 a barrel, while the December Gold contract fell 0.36% or 4.00 to trade at $1103.70 a troy ounce. EUR/USD was down 0.43% to 1.1269, while EUR/GBP rose 0.07% to 0.7342. The US Dollar Index was up 0.42% at 95.79.

11 сентября 2015, 16:00

Кто владеет Литвой

Вычленение самых крупных и главных предприятий в Литве — процесс весьма субъективный. Существуют, например, официальные списки самых крупных налогоплательщиков Литвы. Казалось бы, вот она истина, с ней и работаем. Однако множество, если не большинство, настоящих лидеров рынка используют всевозможные «серые схемы» по искусственному сокращению чистой прибыли и уклонению от налогов. В результате главные бренды Литвы […]

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10 сентября 2015, 19:30

inland stocks lower at close of trade; OMX Helsinki 25 down 1.02%

Finland stocks were lower after the close on Thursday, as losses in the Utilities, Basic Materials and Consumer Goods sectors led shares lower. At the close in Helsinki, the OMX Helsinki 25 fell 1.02%. The best performers of the session on the OMX Helsinki 25 were Neste Oil Oyj (HEL:NESTE), which rose 1.31% or 0.31 points to trade at 23.90 at the close. Meanwhile, Kemira Oyj (HEL:KRA1V) added 0.72% or 0.08 points to end at 11.17 and Wartsila Oyj Abp (HEL:WRT1V) was up 0.41% or 0.15 points to 36.91 in late trade. The worst performers of the session were YIT Oyj (HEL:YTY1V), which fell 3.13% or 0.17 points to trade at 5.25 at the close. Konecranes Oyj (HEL:KCR1V) declined 2.93% or 0.81 points to end at 26.83 and Nokian Renkaat Oyj (HEL:NRE1V) was down 2.66% or 0.71 points to 25.98. Falling stocks outnumbered advancing ones on the Helsinki Stock Exchange by 118 to 46 and 4 ended unchanged. Brent oil for October delivery was up 1.61% or 0.77 to $48.34 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Crude oil for delivery in October rose 2.49% or 1.10 to hit $45.25 a barrel, while the December Gold contract rose 0.79% or 8.70 to trade at $1110.70 a troy ounce. EUR/USD was up 0.51% to 1.1264, while EUR/GBP rose 0.01% to 0.7295. The US Dollar Index was down 0.39% at 95.58.

04 сентября 2015, 19:30

inland stocks lower at close of trade; OMX Helsinki 25 down 2.34%

Finland stocks were lower after the close on Friday, as losses in the Basic Materials, Industrials and Healthcare sectors led shares lower. At the close in Helsinki, the OMX Helsinki 25 declined 2.34%. The best performers of the session on the OMX Helsinki 25 were Kemira Oyj (HEL:KRA1V), which rose 0.09% or 0.01 points to trade at 10.58 at the close. Meanwhile, Neste Oil Oyj (HEL:NESTE) fell 1.05% or 0.24 points to end at 22.66 and Kesko Oyj B (HEL:KESBV) was down 1.41% or 0.45 points to 31.40 in late trade. The worst performers of the session were Outotec Oyj (HEL:OTE1V), which fell 4.94% or 0.238 points to trade at 4.582 at the close. Metso Oyj (HEL:MEO1V) declined 3.90% or 0.83 points to end at 20.47 and Outokumpu Oyj (HEL:OUT1V) was down 3.40% or 0.1260 points to 3.5820. Falling stocks outnumbered advancing ones on the Helsinki Stock Exchange by 137 to 39 and 3 ended unchanged. Shares in Metso Oyj (HEL:MEO1V) fell to 52-week lows; falling 3.90% or 0.83 to 20.47. Brent oil for October delivery was down 1.61% or 0.81 to $49.87 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Crude oil for delivery in October fell 1.28% or 0.60 to hit $46.15 a barrel, while the December Gold contract fell 0.37% or 4.20 to trade at $1120.30 a troy ounce. EUR/USD was up 0.16% to 1.1141, while EUR/GBP rose 0.51% to 0.7328. The US Dollar Index was down 0.05% at 96.27.

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02 сентября 2015, 19:30

inland stocks higher at close of trade; OMX Helsinki 25 up 0.55%

Finland stocks were higher after the close on Wednesday, as gains in the Oil&Gas, Utilities and Healthcare sectors led shares higher. At the close in Helsinki, the OMX Helsinki 25 gained 0.55%. The best performers of the session on the OMX Helsinki 25 were Nokian Renkaat Oyj (HEL:NRE1V), which rose 3.05% or 0.72 points to trade at 24.36 at the close. Meanwhile, Orion Oyj B (HEL:ORNBV) added 1.55% or 0.54 points to end at 35.38 and Neste Oil Oyj (HEL:NESTE) was up 1.50% or 0.33 points to 22.37 in late trade. The worst performers of the session were Elisa Oyj (HEL:ELI1V), which fell 2.04% or 0.59 points to trade at 28.34 at the close. Outotec Oyj (HEL:OTE1V) declined 1.22% or 0.060 points to end at 4.874 and Valmt (HEL:VALMT) was down 1.16% or 0.10 points to 8.93. Rising stocks outnumbered declining ones on the Helsinki Stock Exchange by 95 to 78 and 3 ended unchanged. Brent oil for October delivery was down 2.67% or 1.32 to $48.23 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Crude oil for delivery in October fell 3.77% or 1.71 to hit $43.70 a barrel, while the December Gold contract fell 0.42% or 4.80 to trade at $1135.00 a troy ounce. EUR/USD was down 0.62% to 1.1246, while EUR/GBP fell 0.62% to 0.7348. The US Dollar Index was up 0.43% at 95.80.

28 августа 2015, 19:30

inland stocks lower at close of trade; OMX Helsinki 25 down 0.05%

Finland stocks were lower after the close on Friday, as losses in the Oil&Gas, Industrials and Healthcare sectors led shares lower. At the close in Helsinki, the OMX Helsinki 25 fell 0.05%. The best performers of the session on the OMX Helsinki 25 were Cargotec Oyj (HEL:CGCBV), which rose 2.71% or 0.76 points to trade at 28.84 at the close. Meanwhile, Outokumpu Oyj (HEL:OUT1V) added 2.68% or 0.1060 points to end at 4.0660 and YIT Oyj (HEL:YTY1V) was up 1.87% or 0.10 points to 5.45 in late trade. The worst performers of the session were Outotec Oyj (HEL:OTE1V), which fell 2.01% or 0.110 points to trade at 5.360 at the close. Wartsila Oyj Abp (HEL:WRT1V) declined 1.38% or 0.52 points to end at 37.13 and Neste Oil Oyj (HEL:NESTE) was down 1.27% or 0.30 points to 23.30. Rising stocks outnumbered declining ones on the Helsinki Stock Exchange by 87 to 83 and 7 ended unchanged. Brent oil for October delivery was up 6.02% or 2.87 to $50.42 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Crude oil for delivery in October rose 6.56% or 2.79 to hit $45.35 a barrel, while the December Gold contract rose 0.93% or 10.40 to trade at $1133.00 a troy ounce. EUR/USD was down 0.68% to 1.1169, while EUR/GBP fell 0.44% to 0.7267. The US Dollar Index was up 0.53% at 96.26.

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25 августа 2015, 11:59

Чешское предприятие ГК «Римера» поставит арматуру для нефтеперерабатывающего завода в Финляндии

Чешское предприятие ГК «Римера» поставит арматуру для  нефтеперерабатывающего завода в Финляндии Завод MSA, входящий в группу компаний «Римера», отгрузит трубопроводную арматуру для Neste Oil.

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17 августа 2015, 19:30

inland stocks lower at close of trade; OMX Helsinki 25 down 0.10%

Finland stocks were lower after the close on Monday, as losses in the Consumer Goods, Basic Materials and Utilities sectors led shares lower. At the close in Helsinki, the OMX Helsinki 25 declined 0.10%. The best performers of the session on the OMX Helsinki 25 were Neste Oil Oyj (HEL:NESTE), which rose 2.11% or 0.52 points to trade at 25.14 at the close. Meanwhile, Tieto Oyj (HEL:TIE1V) added 1.00% or 0.23 points to end at 23.13 and Valmt (HEL:VALMT) was up 0.49% or 0.05 points to 10.27 in late trade. The worst performers of the session were Nokian Renkaat Oyj (HEL:NRE1V), which fell 1.80% or 0.48 points to trade at 26.25 at the close. Outotec Oyj (HEL:OTE1V) declined 1.47% or 0.085 points to end at 5.695 and Outokumpu Oyj (HEL:OUT1V) was down 1.23% or 0.0500 points to 4.0240. Rising stocks outnumbered declining ones on the Helsinki Stock Exchange by 92 to 79 and 3 ended unchanged. Brent oil for October delivery was down 0.27% or 0.14 to $49.05 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Crude oil for delivery in October fell 0.53% or 0.23 to hit $42.88 a barrel, while the December Gold contract rose 0.49% or 5.50 to trade at $1118.20 a troy ounce. EUR/USD was down 0.27% to 1.1081, while EUR/GBP rose 0.01% to 0.7108. The US Dollar Index was up 0.19% at 96.79.

10 августа 2015, 19:30

inland stocks higher at close of trade; OMX Helsinki 25 up 0.74%

Finland stocks were higher after the close on Monday, as gains in the Oil&Gas, Financials and Basic Materials sectors led shares higher. At the close in Helsinki, the OMX Helsinki 25 gained 0.74%. The best performers of the session on the OMX Helsinki 25 were Outotec Oyj (HEL:OTE1V), which rose 2.92% or 0.175 points to trade at 6.175 at the close. Meanwhile, Outokumpu Oyj (HEL:OUT1V) added 2.55% or 0.1140 points to end at 4.5920 and Neste Oil Oyj (HEL:NESTE) was up 2.44% or 0.59 points to 24.77 in late trade. The worst performers of the session were Wartsila Oyj Abp (HEL:WRT1V), which fell 2.18% or 0.91 points to trade at 40.82 at the close. Konecranes Oyj (HEL:KCR1V) declined 1.02% or 0.29 points to end at 28.02 and Amer Sports Corporation (HEL:AMEAS) was down 0.73% or 0.19 points to 25.79. Rising stocks outnumbered declining ones on the Helsinki Stock Exchange by 122 to 48 and 5 ended unchanged. Brent oil for October delivery was up 2.62% or 1.29 to $50.53 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Crude oil for delivery in September rose 1.66% or 0.73 to hit $44.60 a barrel, while the December Gold contract rose 0.95% or 10.40 to trade at $1104.50 a troy ounce. EUR/USD was up 0.23% to 1.0990, while EUR/GBP fell 0.28% to 0.7060. The US Dollar Index was down 0.24% at 97.43.

05 августа 2015, 19:30

inland stocks higher at close of trade; OMX Helsinki 25 up 0.30%

Finland stocks were higher after the close on Wednesday, as gains in the Basic Materials, Consumer Goods and Industrials sectors led shares higher. At the close in Helsinki, the OMX Helsinki 25 rose 0.30%. The best performers of the session on the OMX Helsinki 25 were Outokumpu Oyj (HEL:OUT1V), which rose 6.26% or 0.2720 points to trade at 4.6140 at the close. Meanwhile, Nokian Renkaat Oyj (HEL:NRE1V) added 3.85% or 1.07 points to end at 28.85 and YIT Oyj (HEL:YTY1V) was up 2.67% or 0.14 points to 5.58 in late trade. The worst performers of the session were Neste Oil Oyj (HEL:NESTE), which fell 8.85% or 2.28 points to trade at 23.47 at the close. Amer Sports Corporation (HEL:AMEAS) declined 0.91% or 0.24 points to end at 26.20 and Huhtamaki Oyj (HEL:HUH1V) was down 0.68% or 0.22 points to 32.29. Rising stocks outnumbered declining ones on the Helsinki Stock Exchange by 110 to 57 and 7 ended unchanged. Brent oil for September delivery was down 1.41% or 0.70 to $49.28 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Crude oil for delivery in September fell 1.42% or 0.65 to hit $45.09 a barrel, while the December Gold contract fell 0.52% or 5.70 to trade at $1085.00 a troy ounce. EUR/USD was down 0.12% to 1.0868, while EUR/GBP fell 0.32% to 0.6970. The US Dollar Index was up 0.18% at 98.22.

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13 июля 2015, 13:38

Baltic Ground Services начала сотрудничать с Neste Oil

Компания наземных услуг авиационного сектора Baltic Ground Services, входящая в котирующуюся на Варшавской фондовой бирже литовскую авиагруппу Avia Solutions Group, начала работать с компанией торговли горючим финского капитала Neste Oil. Последняя в этом году решила поставлять большую часть горючего в Литву со своего завода в Финляндии. Подробнее читайте на нашем сайте www.oilru.com

10 июля 2015, 19:30

inland stocks higher at close of trade; OMX Helsinki 25 up 2.24%

Finland stocks were higher after the close on Friday, as gains in the Oil&Gas, Financials and Basic Materials sectors led shares higher. At the close in Helsinki, the OMX Helsinki 25 rose 2.24%. The best performers of the session on the OMX Helsinki 25 were Amer Sports Corporation (HEL:AMEAS), which rose 4.18% or 0.97 points to trade at 24.19 at the close. Meanwhile, Outokumpu Oyj (HEL:OUT1V) added 4.13% or 0.1580 points to end at 3.9820 and Neste Oil Oyj (HEL:NESTE) was up 3.82% or 0.86 points to 23.36 in late trade. The worst performers of the session were KONE Oyj (HEL:KNEBV), which rose 0.09% or 0.03 points to trade at 35.17 at the close. Metso Oyj (HEL:MEO1V) added 0.29% or 0.07 points to end at 24.25 and YIT Oyj (HEL:YTY1V) was up 0.68% or 0.04 points to 6.64. Rising stocks outnumbered declining ones on the Helsinki Stock Exchange by 139 to 32 and 6 ended unchanged. Brent oil for August delivery was up 0.40% or 0.23 to $58.84 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Crude oil for delivery in August rose 0.21% or 0.11 to hit $52.89 a barrel, while the August Gold contract rose 0.28% or 3.30 to trade at $1162.50 a troy ounce. EUR/USD was up 1.16% to 1.1165, while EUR/GBP rose 0.37% to 0.7202. The US Dollar Index was down 0.74% at 95.95.

07 июля 2015, 19:30

inland stocks lower at close of trade; OMX Helsinki 25 down 2.21%

Finland stocks were lower after the close on Tuesday, as losses in the Basic Materials, Technology and Consumer Goods sectors led shares lower. At the close in Helsinki, the OMX Helsinki 25 lost 2.21% to hit a new 3-months low. The best performers of the session on the OMX Helsinki 25 were Neste Oil Oyj (HEL:NESTE), which fell 0.09% or 0.02 points to trade at 21.78 at the close. Meanwhile, Orion Oyj B (HEL:ORNBV) fell 0.31% or 0.10 points to end at 31.77 and Nordea Bank AB (publ) FDR (HEL:NDA1V) was down 0.36% or 0.040 points to 10.950 in late trade. The worst performers of the session were Outokumpu Oyj (HEL:OUT1V), which fell 6.94% or 0.2720 points to trade at 3.6460 at the close. Nokian Renkaat Oyj (HEL:NRE1V) declined 4.68% or 1.32 points to end at 26.90 and YIT Oyj (HEL:YTY1V) was down 4.12% or 0.28 points to 6.41. Falling stocks outnumbered advancing ones on the Helsinki Stock Exchange by 133 to 34 and 3 ended unchanged. Shares in Outokumpu Oyj (HEL:OUT1V) fell to 52-week lows; losing 6.94% or 0.2720 to 3.6460. Brent oil for August delivery was down 0.97% or 0.56 to $56.60 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Crude oil for delivery in August fell 1.81% or 0.96 to hit $52.05 a barrel, while the August Gold contract fell 0.99% or 11.50 to trade at $1155.10 a troy ounce. EUR/USD was down 0.93% to 1.0953, while EUR/GBP rose 0.20% to 0.7100. The US Dollar Index was up 0.78% at 97.18.

30 июня 2015, 19:30

inland stocks lower at close of trade; OMX Helsinki 25 down 1.42%

Finland stocks were lower after the close on Tuesday, as losses in the Utilities, Healthcare and Industrials sectors led shares lower. At the close in Helsinki, the OMX Helsinki 25 lost 1.42%. The best performers of the session on the OMX Helsinki 25 were Amer Sports Corporation (HEL:AMEAS), which rose 1.88% or 0.44 points to trade at 23.90 at the close. Meanwhile, Huhtamaki Oyj (HEL:HUH1V) fell 0.54% or 0.15 points to end at 27.72 and Neste Oil Oyj (HEL:NESTE) was down 0.57% or 0.13 points to 22.86 in late trade. The worst performers of the session were Metso Oyj (HEL:MEO1V), which fell 3.52% or 0.90 points to trade at 24.64 at the close. YIT Oyj (HEL:YTY1V) declined 3.03% or 0.20 points to end at 6.41 and Outokumpu Oyj (HEL:OUT1V) was down 2.67% or 0.1240 points to 4.5180. Falling stocks outnumbered advancing ones on the Helsinki Stock Exchange by 128 to 42 and 9 ended unchanged. Shares in Amer Sports Corporation (HEL:AMEAS) rose to all time highs; up 1.88% or 0.44 to 23.90. Brent oil for August delivery was up 1.94% or 1.21 to $63.22 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Crude oil for delivery in August rose 1.13% or 0.66 to hit $58.99 a barrel, while the August Gold contract fell 0.27% or 3.20 to trade at $1175.80 a troy ounce. EUR/USD was down 0.83% to 1.1143, while EUR/GBP fell 0.71% to 0.7090. The US Dollar Index was up 0.63% at 95.68.

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16 июня 2015, 21:49

Neste wraps maintenance at Porvoo refinery

Neste Oil Corp. has completed a 2-month planned maintenance turnaround at its 10.5 million-tonne/year Porvoo refinery in the Kilpilahti Industrial Area, about 20 miles east of Helsinki, Finland.