Maersk's stake in Total has risen DKK 4 billion in value

According to Danish media Berlingske, Maersk's shares in France's Total have grown in value by almost DKK 4 billion since the takeover in August.

Maersk's stake in the oil company Total has grown by almost DKK 4 billion, reports Danish media Berlingske.

In relation to the sale of Maersk Oil to Total in August, Maersk took over a shareholding corresponding to a stake of 3.76 percent in the company as part of the payment. According to the media, the 97.5 million Total shares at the time of the purchase were worth around DKK 30 billion, and their value has since increased to almost DKK 34 billion – corresponding to 15 percent of the total market value for Maersk.

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