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Rich Nordic investors plow record cash piles into tiny firms

Nordic retail investors have found a new place to put their money, after years of ultra-low interest rates left them holding a lot more cash.

Bjørn Sibbern, head of European markets at Nasdaq, says the trend marks a departure from the last financial crisis, when retail investors flocked to the biggest, best known firms. | Photo: Nasdaq/PR

Record amounts of money have poured into the smallest companies listed on Nordic exchanges, according to data provided by Nasdaq.

Bjørn Sibbern, head of European markets at Nasdaq, says the trend marks a departure from the last financial crisis, when retail investors flocked to the biggest, best known firms.

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