Health-care stocks push Copenhagen index to best performance in Europe

On both sides of the Atlantic, Nasdaq indexes are leading the way this year. In Europe, the upturn for health-care companies makes the Nasdaq-owned stock exchange in Copenhagen the frontrunner.

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This far into the year, two Nasdaq indexes are ahead of all other major stock indexes on both sides of the Atlantic, Wall Street Journal writes.

In Europe, the winner is Copenhagen's OMX C20 Index, and in the US, the winner is the Nasdaq Composite Index.

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