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Nordic Waterproofing Holding A/S (STO:NWG), a provider of products and solutions for waterproofing in Northern Europe, reported on Tuesday that during the period 20 December 2018, until and including 28 December 2018, it has repurchased in total 11,610 own shares.
ISLAMABAD -- Ministry of Foreign Affairs in collaboration with the Ministry of Commerce and the Board of Investment is hosting an Envoys Conference on Economic Diplomacy from 27 - 28 December 2018 in Islamabad.
Turkish Troops land in Doha, Qatar, 28 December 2017-Egypt Today CAIRO -- 28 December 2017: The Qatari Defense Ministry announced on Tuesday, December 26 the arrival of a new batch of Turkish armed troops to Al Udeid Air Base, as Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani continues to receive foreign troops on Qatar's soil to defend his regime.
England & Wales: Friday 3 April (Good Friday), Monday 6 April (Easter Monday), Monday 4 May, Monday 25 May, Monday 31 August, Friday 25 December, Monday 28 December (in lieu of Boxing Day falling on a weekend).
6 December 2010 - US bank holding company North Valley Bancorp (NASDAQ:NOVB) said on Friday it had secured the nod of its board to conduct a one-for-five reverse stock split on 28 December 2010.
Veraz has 180 calendar days, until 28 December 2010, to regain compliance with the minimum closing bid price requirement.
The UK was hit by heavy snowfalls on 28 December that resulted in delays and cancellations to hundreds of flights.
M2 EQUITYBITES-December 7, 2018-AEO to pay its 58th consecutive quarterly dividend on 28 December 2018
Global Banking News-December 7, 2018-AEO to pay its 58th consecutive quarterly dividend on 28 December 2018
28 December 2009 - Finnish paper maker UPM-Kymmene Oyj (HEL: UPM1V) estimates the pulp market has started to recover as prices and demand have picked up, Jaakko Sarantola, head of UPM's pulp business, told today Finnish daily Helsingin Sanomat.