Nordea starts internal investigation after controversial report

On Sunday, Nordea published a highly critical analysis of Covid-19 measures, including lockdowns and vaccines. This has since been retracted, and the bank has started an internal investigation into the writing process.

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Nordea has been left red-faced and has started an internal inquiry, after an analysis including Covid-10 -related conspiracy theories and anti-vaxxer rhetoric was published by the bank, leading to criticism in the Finnish Parliament and elsewhere, Bloomberg News reports.

The report, which was titled "Papers please, and how to trade them!" was published on Nordea's website on Sunday, but has since been retracted.

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