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krona

the standard monetary unit of Sweden, divided into 100 ?re
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It said the grounding of Boeing's 737 Max jet will take a 700m kroner chunk out of its full-year earnings.
The fund had a market value of 8,256 billion kroner at 31 December 2018, of which 66.3 percent was invested in equities, 3.0 percent in unlisted real estate and 30.7 percent in fixed income.
Sales decreased by 5% in Danish kroner and increased by 5% in local currencies to DKK 26.9bn.
The krone weakened against many of the main currencies during the year, which increased the fund's value by 668 billion kroner, and new capital of 42 billion kroner was transferred from the government.
Amendments were made, including raising the value of items the asylum-seekers can keep from 3,000 kroner (PS300) to 10,000 kroner.
Taxes collected on petroleum extraction reached 138 billion kroner in the first three quarters of the year, down from 238.2 billion kroner in the same period a year earlier, according to Statistics Norway.
Net revenue rose 1.6 percent to 19.64 billion kroner, which was in line with expectations.
Sales rose 3.7 per cent to 159 billion kroner. Freight rates are falling because the container shipping industry has added too many ships in anticipation of an economic recovery, spurring overcapacity.
Norsk Hydro shares closed down 2 percent, at 34.20 kroner ($5.57), on the Oslo Stock Exchange.
Net profit was 317 million kroner ($50.75 million) in the quarter, down from 320 million kroner in the same period.
Danish wind turbine manufacturer, Vestas Wind Systems, the world number one in its sector, has won two orders for turbines from Greece and Portugal to the tune of 773 million Danish Kroner (Euro 103 million).
Danish pharmaceutical company Novo Nordisk A/S issued its nine-month report on Wednesday (29 October), posting an operating profit of DKK4,575m, which was a 5% increase compared to the first nine months of 2002 measured in Danish kroner.