Norsk Hydro

Q1 profitability was somewhat better, but much more has to be achieved

07/06/19 -"Taking into account a weak start to the year, although Q1 19 profitability was somewhat better vs. Q4 18, our earnings estimates have been revised downwards. Remember, it may take a couple of ..."

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