“Shock in Copenhagen” – $6.3 billion at the bottom of the Swan

It’s very unusual for a company whose stock suffered greatly on the day it announced its results, such as DSV on Tuesday, July 25, to be paid off again just three days later. Like DSV it was today, July 28th.

Without knowing why the weakness appeared suddenly with a little time lag on the numbers, its stock was trading as low as 1,300 DKK at the beginning of today’s session, and is currently looking to stop the bleeding at 1,330 DKK, down -5.6%.

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