Nasdaq exchange director: Trading volume is at an all-time high

According to Nikolaj Kosakewitsch, head of the Nasdaq Copenhagen exchange, a situation like the current corona crisis has led to never before seen trading activity.

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The global coronavirus outbreak and fear of the economic consequences have generated anxiety on the financial markets over the past weeks, and the Danish market has not escaped the massive fluctuations.

The virus outbreak and uncertainty on the equity market have changed the working processes at Nasdaq Copenhagen.

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