DSV share surpasses DKK 1000 for the first time

DSV Panalpina's stock is now for the first time trading at more than DKK 1,000. It has increased 31 percent this year and has more than doubled since the start of the coronavirus.

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It now costs more than DKK 1,000 (USD 156) to buy one DSV Panalpina stock, and this is the first time ever for the transport group.

Specifically, the share is currently trading at DKK 1,006, after climbing into the four digits for the first time on Tuesday.

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