Danish Shares Close Higher on Wind Power

August 28, 2002 [SolarAccess.com] Danish share prices closed higher, though off earlier highs, led in part by gains in wind power. Wind turbine producer stocks rose in a technical correction from the recent sharp losses after Vestas Wind Systems released a disappointing first half report last week. The Earth Summit in Johannesburg will also put focus on Renewable Energy, said brokers. Danske Securities has downgraded Vestas Wind Systems to ‘sell’ from ‘strong buy’ and taken the stock off its Select List. Vestas Wind Systems rose 2 DKR (US$0.26) to 114 DKR (US$15).
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