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Nokia's share price has fallen more than 60 per cent on the Helsinki Stock Exchange in the last two years.
Nokia's shares will continue to be traded within the Eurozone on the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki Stock Exchange and in the US in the form of American Depositary Shares on the New York Stock Exchange.
It is by far the largest Finnish company, accounting for about a third of the market capitalization of the Helsinki stock exchange (OMX Helsinki) as of 2007, a unique situation for an industrialized country.
Nokia stock closed up more than 3 percent at 6.15 euros ($8.99) on the Helsinki Stock Exchange.
It will seek a listing of the issue on the Helsinki stock exchange.
Finnair said it intends to buy back up to 600,000 shares through public trading on the Helsinki Stock Exchange, with the purchase beginning on Feb.
TeliaSonera is listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange and the Helsinki Stock Exchange. Net sales January-December 2005 amounted to SEK 87.7 billion.
According to Jukka Moisio, president & CEO, "The year 2006 marked a major change for Ahlstrom, as the company made a successful initial public offering on the Helsinki Stock Exchange. The IPO provided us with good financial resources that were further strengthened by good operative cash flow in 2006."
Listed on the Helsinki Stock Exchange, Elisa has approximately 300,000 shareholders comprising domestic and international institutional investors plus Finnish households.
Founded in 1988, F-Secure is listed on the Helsinki Stock Exchange (HEX: FSC).
Shares surged more than 11pc to 16.60 euros (1040p) in early afternoon trading on the Helsinki Stock Exchange.
While complaints could be heard that Finland was "selling the crown jewels," foreign investment allowed Finland to recover from a painful recession at the beginning of the 1990s and improved liquidity at the Helsinki Stock Exchange.
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