Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association Brings Legends for Youth Baseball Clinic Series to Memphis, TN

Colorado Springs, Colo. – Local youth will have an opportunity to play with their big league heroes at the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association (MLBPAA) Legends for Youth baseball clinic series on Friday, July 22nd, 2016. The free clinic features current and former Major League Baseball players who will teach baseball skills, drills and life lessons for approximately 200 local youth. Players attending* include seven-year MLB veteran Thomas Ashford and former St. Louis Cardinal Bo Hart, as well as Victor Cole, Dustin Hughes, Kenneth Smith and DaRond Stovall. The clinic will take place at AutoZone Park, home of the Memphis Redbirds, running from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., located at 200 Union Ave., Memphis, TN 38103. Alumni players will train at stations including pitching, catching, base running and life skills. Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. and the morning will conclude with an autograph session and baseball giveaways for children in attendance. To register for this clinic, please visit www.baseballalumni.com. Registration is required.  For more information regarding the clinic, please contact Nikki Warner, Director of Communications, at (719) 477-1870, ext. 105 or visit www.baseballalumni.com. *Clinicians subject to change. About The Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association (MLBPAA) MLBPAA was founded in 1982 with the mission of promoting baseball, raising money for charity and protecting the dignity of the game through its Alumni players. The MLBPAA is headquartered in Colorado Springs, CO with a membership of more than 7,600, of which approximately 5,600 are Alumni and active players. Alumni players find the MLBPAA to be a vital tool to become involved in charity and community philanthropy. Follow @MLBPAA for Twitter updates. About Legends for Youth Clinics MLBPAA’s Legends for Youth clinics impact more than 15,000 children each year, allowing them the unique opportunity to interact with and learn from players who have left a lasting impact on the game of baseball. The MLBPAA has reached children across America and internationally in Australia, Canada, Curaçao, the Dominican Republic, Germany, Nicaragua, the United Kingdom and Venezuela, through the Legends for Youth clinic series. To donate to this program, visit baseballalumni.com/donate (http://www.baseballalumni.com/donate). The official hashtag of the Legends for Youth clinic series is #LFYClinic. ###

ABB: Solid progress on profitability

· Operational EBITA margin(1) up +100 basis points to 12.7%  · All divisions in target margin corridor · White collar productivity program delivering results · Operational earnings per share(1) up +18%(2) · Net Income $406 million impacted by $367 million(3) of restructuring and restructuring-related expenses · Base orders steady(1,4), continued market headwinds reflected in total orders -5% · Revenues -2% on lower short-cycle volumes and timing of order backlog execution  · Cash flow from operating activities up +80% at $1,082 million “We improved our operational margin for the seventh consecutive quarter and significantly increased cash flow through relentless execution amid continued strong market headwinds and economic uncertainties,” said CEO Ulrich Spiesshofer. “We delivered double digit operational earnings per share growth for the quarter and year-to-date, as cost savings contributed to the bottom line,” he said.   “Our continued focus on high growth segments dampened the impact of challenging markets like the process industries,” Spiesshofer said. “We are improving our cost and capital structure, as well as our productivity, and shaping a leaner, more agile ABB in a disciplined way. We have strengthened our leadership team and are executing our Next Level strategy, focused on accelerating sustainable value creation.” The complete press release including the appendices is available at www.abb.com/news (http://www.abb.com/news_) ------- (1) For a reconciliation of non-GAAP measures, see “Supplemental Reconciliations and Definitions” in the attached Q2 2016 Financial Information (2) EPS growth rates are computed using unrounded amounts. Comparable operational earnings per share is in constant currency (2014 exchange rates and not adjusted for changes in the business portfolio) (3) Restructuring and restructuring-related expenses include the incremental implementation costs in relation to the white collar productivity program  (4) Growth rates for orders, revenues and order backlog are on a comparable basis (local currency adjusted for acquisitions and divestitures), previously referred to as ‘like-for-like’. US$ growth rates are presented in Key Figures table -------

Interim Report Second Quarter 2016

CEO comment:“Our Value Champion strategy, combined with a relentless focus on offering the best wireless technologies with a challenger cost structure, will lead us to sustainable value creation for our customers, employees and our shareholders.” Financial highlights: ·Tele2 AB’s net sales in the second quarter amounted to SEK 6,668 (6,611) million and EBITDA amounted to SEK 1,087 (1,393) million ·Group mobile end-user service revenue up 2 percent like for like · Sweden momentum improving but EBIDTA down ·Netherlands significantly improved customer intake ·Baltic region continues to show healthy margin development ·Kazakhstan performance strong ·Net loss in the quarter mainly due to Netherlands investment The second quarter report is available on www.tele2.com Presentation Q2 2016 resultTele2 will host a presentation with the possibility to join through a conference call, for the global financial community at 10:00 am CEST (09:00 am BST/04:00 am EDT) on Thursday, July 21, 2016. The presentation will be held in English and also made available as a webcast on Tele2’s website: www.tele2.com Dial-in information:To ensure that you are connected to the conference call, please dial in a few minutes before the start of the conference call to register your attendance. Ask for the Tele2 Q2 Interim Report 2016 Conference Call. Dial-in numbers:SE: +46 (0)8 5876 9445UK: +44 (0)20 3427 1908US: +1 646 254 3361 For more information, please contact:Louise Tjeder, Head of Investor Relations, Tele2 AB, Phone: +46 704 26 46 52Viktor Wallström, Communications Director, Tele2 AB, Phone: +46 703 63 53 27 This information is information that Tele2 AB is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation and the Securities Markets Act. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the Director of Communications set out above, at 07:00 CEST on July, 21 2016. TELE2 IS ONE OF EUROPE'S FASTEST GROWING TELECOM OPERATORS, ALWAYS PROVIDING CUSTOMERS WITH WHAT THEY NEED FOR LESS. We have 16 million customers in 9 countries. Tele2 offers mobile services, fixed broadband and telephony, data network services, content services and global IoT solutions. Ever since Jan Stenbeck founded the company in 1993, it has been a tough challenger to the former government monopolies and other established providers. Tele2 has been listed on the NASDAQ OMX Stockholm since 1996. In 2015, we had net sales of SEK 27 billion and reported an operating profit (EBITDA) of SEK 5.8 billion. For financial definitions, please see the last page of the Annual report 2015.

Interim report January - June 2016

SUCCESSFUL SHARE ISSUE AND CONTINUED STREAMLINING QUARTER APRIL-JUNE 2016 • Rental income amounted to MSEK 642 (615) • Profit from property management totaled MSEK 352 (346), corresponding to SEK 2.23 per ordinary share (2.36) • Profit after tax amounted to MSEK 703 (670), corresponding to SEK 4.62 per ordinary share (4.62) • Cash flow from operating activities was MSEK 121 (153), corresponding to SEK 0.64 per ordinary share (0.94) INTERIM PERIOD JANUARY - JUNE 2016 • Rental income amounted to MSEK 1,292 (1,203) • Profit from property management totaled MSEK 693 (613), corresponding to SEK 4.61 per ordinary share (4.13) • Profit after tax amounted to MSEK 1,357 (1,177), corresponding to SEK 9.37 per ordinary share (8.21) • Recognized property value of SEK 31.9 billion (27.8) pertains to 417 (366) directly owned properties • Net asset value (EPRA NAV) per ordinary share was SEK 81.58 (65.43) • Cash flow from operating activities was MSEK 414 (537), corresponding to SEK 2.60 per ordinary share (3.57) SIGNIFICANT EVENTS DURING AND AFTER THE QUARTER • In July, Joacim Sjöberg was appointed deputy CEO, taking office in October 2016. At the same time, CEO Jens Engwall announced that he planned to step down from his operational position prior to the end of 2017. • A successful new share issue, with preferential rights for holders of ordinary Hemfosa shares, contributed approximately SEK 1.8 billion to the company. • Hemfosa’s 2016 Annual General Meeting (AGM) was held on April 19. Motions adopted by the AGM included payment of a dividend of SEK 4.20 per ordinary share and of SEK 10.00 per preference share both to be paid quarterly. • Hemfosa acquired 13 school properties properties at an underlying property value of approximately MSEK 444. During the quarter, possession was taken of ten of the properties. • Söderport Fastigheter, a joint venture in which Hemfosa owns 50 percent, divested a property at an underlying property value of MSEK 170. • Hemfosa acquired a healthcare property in the Stockholm area at an underlying property value of MSEK 195. • Hemfosa took over an office property in the municipality of Fredrikstad Norway at an underlying property value of MSEK 84. COMMENTS FROM THE CEO During the second quarter, Hemfosa implemented a rights issue of ordinary shares that contributed just over SEK 1.8 billion to the company. Thanks to the rights issue, we can take swifter action when we identify the right acquisition targets and continue to grow our community service properties. To strengthen Hemfosa’s management and ensure that the company’s long-term strategy is implemented forcefully, we have employed Joacim Sjöberg as deputy CEO. By focusing on community service properties, we are building a property portfolio hallmarked by stable cash flows and long-term tenants. The major acceptance of the rights issue among our shareholders was highly encouraging and strengthens us in our conviction that we are thinking correctly and doing the right things – and we now have a better platform for continuing to grow Hemfosa in our three markets in the Nordic region. We are doing this with the distinct objective of streamlining the portfolio so that community service properties will account for at least 75 percent of the property value; today, they represent 63 percent. STRONGER PLATFORM IN THE NORDIC REGION During the quarter, we implemented a number of favorable transactions and strengthened our profit from property management. In Sweden, we acquired 13 school properties, primarily in the Stockholm region, at a value of MSEK 444, with an exclusive option to sign an agreement in the third quarter of 2016 to acquire an additional two schools. These are properties in good locations that are fully leased to well-established school operators, and we are delighted to be able to complement our portfolio with them. In June, we also signed an agreement for the acquisition of a centrally located healthcare property in Vällingby, western Stockholm, at a value of MSEK 195, with possession to be taken in September. In the Norwegian market during the quarter, we acquired a 20-percent stake in a property company focused on community service properties, while also taking possession of the Ringstabekk senior citizens center in the municipality of Bærum in the Oslo region. We are continuing our determined and active efforts to build Hemfosa’s position as the specialist in community service properties. It is gratifying that, despite intensifying competition not least in Sweden, we are maintaining a high transaction tempo and completing acquisitions on favorable terms – which was the precondition we set when implementing the rights issue during the spring. A key prerequisite for this is the expertise, determination and market familiarity possessed by Hemfosa’s organization. SAFEGUARDING COMPETENCIES AND SUCCESSION PLANNING In Norway, we have continued to strengthen the organization through the appointment of an experienced head of property operations, who will focus on developing our property management, thus providing management in Norway with better prerequisites to identify and implement attractive acquisitions and projects. In Norway, we are now established with the strength we need to manage a growing portfolio and, in Finland, we are working to get an optimal organization in place. I am delighted that Joacim Sjöberg will be strengthening Group Management as Deputy CEO starting this autumn, and will thus ensure the continued building of Hemfosa Fastigheter. Joacim Sjöberg has been close to the company as a financial adviser for many years; he possesses solid strategic expertise and is highly familiar with Hemfosa’s corporate culture. With him in the organization, we can continue our efforts to achieve our objectives and I can start to plan an orderly succession and eventually focus on playing a freer role as a major shareholder and ideally as a Board member. Meanwhile, we will devote our full force to continuing to implement value-creating business and developing the existing operations in our markets in the Nordic region. Jens Engwall, CEO         

Strong sales volume and earnings in the second quarter

Second quarter 2016 • Sales volume reached all time high at 46.5 ktonnes (43.4), an increase of 7.0% compared to previous year.• Net sales totalled SEK 1,442 million (1,506), a decrease of 4.2% compared to previous year due to lower aluminium prices.• Adjusted operating profit increased by 13.6% to SEK 179 million (158), corresponding to an adjusted operating margin of 12.4% (10.5).• Operating profit amounted to SEK 154 million (158), including costs for M&A acitivies of SEK 25 million.• Profit for the period was SEK 114 million (115). Earnings per share, basic, was SEK 1.53 (1.54) and diluted, SEK 1.52 (1.54).• Cash flow before financing activities was SEK 157 million (175). First half-year 2016 • Sales volume reached 91.6 ktonnes (86.1), an increase of 6.4% compared to previous year.• Net sales totalled SEK 2,802 million (2,962), a decrease of 5.4%.• Adjusted operating profit increased by 7.0% to SEK 335 million (313), corresponding to an adjusted operating margin of 11.9% (10.6).• Operating profit amounted to SEK 309 million (313).• Profit for the period was SEK 208 million (226). Earnin¬gs per share, basic and diluted, amounted to SEK 2.78 (3.03).• Gränges has a solid financial position. At 30 June 2016, the equity to assets ratio amounted to 58.0% and net debt corresponded to 0.4 times adjusted EBITDA (on a rolling 12-month basis). “The positive trend we saw in the beginning of 2016 continued in the second quarter. Sales volume increased by 7.0% driven by the recovery in Asia and continued strong development in Europe and the Americas. This means that we had a better growth rate than the market. The adjusted operating profit improved by 13.6% to SEK 179 million (158), as a result of higher sales volume and good productivity”, says CEO Johan Menckel. Webcasted telephone conferenceOn Thursday 21 July 2016 at 10.00 CET, CEO Johan Menckel and CFO Oskar Hellström will present Gränges’ Half-year report for January-July 2016 at a webcasted telephone conference. The webcast can be accessed on www.granges.com/investors.To take part in the telephone conference, please call +46 856642661 (Sweden), +44 2031940544 (United Kingdom) or +1 8552692604 (USA). Call a few minutes before the conference call begins. For further information, please contact:Pernilla Grennfelt, Director Communications and IR of Grängespernilla.grennfelt@granges.com, tel: +46 702 90 99 55 The information in this Half-year report is such that Gränges must disclose pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, on Thursday, 21 July, 2016, at 07.30 CET. About GrängesGränges is a leading global supplier of rolled products for brazed aluminium heat exchangers. The company develops, produces and markets advanced materials that enhance efficiency in the customer manufacturing process and the performance of the final products; brazed heat exchangers. The company’s geographical markets are Europe, Asia and the Americas. Its production facilities are located in Finspång, Sweden, and Shanghai, China, and have a combined annual capacity of 220,000 metric tonnes. Gränges has some 950 employees and net sales in 2015 totalled SEK 5,494 million. Its shares have been listed on Nasdaq Stockholm since October 2014. More information on Gränges is available at granges.com.

Saab’s Results January-June 2016

Statement by the President and CEO Håkan Buskhe: Market developmentGrowing turmoil around the world is impacting the defence market. As a consequence of constrained budgets, Saab is seeing an increase in short-term demand for defence capabilities with cost efficient products and solutions. This makes our efforts with efficiency and to reduce lead times more important than ever. Saab’s focus is partly to take advantage of market opportunities and partly on the execution of a number of major projects. Strong growth in order bookings During the first half-year 2016, Saab was awarded a number of new contracts, including for airborne surveillance, ammunition for the Carl-Gustaf weapon system, and the development and production of the New Lightweight Torpedo system for Sweden. Order bookings amounted to MSEK 11,462, compared to MSEK 18,996 in the previous year. An order from the Swedish Defence Material Administration (FMV) for Type A26 submarines was booked during the first half-year 2015, as was the overhaul and upgrade of Gotland-class submarines, together valued at SEK 8.6 billion. The order backlog at the end of the period was MSEK 111,593. Gripen E offers increased defence capabilitiesThe Gripen E was rolled out on May 18. Users of Gripen E can operate longer in the air, improved sensors and electronic warfare will provide better intelligence on the enemy, and it will carry more and better weapons. At the same time, Gripen E is highly cost-efficient. Deliveries of the next-generation Gripen to Sweden and Brazil will begin in 2019. Sales growthSales amounted to MSEK 13,854 in the first half-year, an increase of 22 per cent. All business areas improved their sales during the period. The increase was mainly due to the Gripen programme in the business area Aeronautics, a 2015 order for a new version of an airborne surveillance system, GlobalEye, in the business areas Surveillance and Support and Services, and the development of the A26 submarine in the business unit Saab Kockums. Operating income amounted to MSEK 611 (367) in the first half-year and the operating margin was 4.4 per cent (3.2). All business areas but Industrial Products and Services and the business unit Saab Kockums improved their operating margins. Business area Dynamics saw the biggest improvement in operating income thanks to increased deliveries and a change in the product mix. Operating income was again affected by investments in the development of a new jet trainer together with Boeing (the T-X program), as well as by several major projects in early stages where they normally generate lower profit. Strong cash flowOperational cash flow amounted to MSEK 4,193 (-1,806) in the first half-year. Cash flow strengthened in several areas. The increase is mainly related to large payments within the framework of orders for Gripen and an order for GlobalEye. Net debt amounted to MSEK 405 at the end of the period, compared to MSEK 3,217 at the end of 2015. Unchanged outlook statement 2016: ·  In 2016, we estimate sales to be in line with Saab’s long-term financial goal: annual organic sales growth of 5 per cent. ·  The operating margin 2016, excluding material non-recurring items, is expected to be in line with 2015. Financial highlights MSEK  Jan-Jun Jan Change, Q2 Q2 Full 2016  -Jun %  2016  2015  Year 2015  2015 Order bookings 11,462 18,996 -40 6,848 14,196 81,175Order backlog 111,593 67,853 64 113,834Sales 13,854 11,329 22 7,064 5,940 27,186Gross income 3,080 2,674 15 1,569 1,358 6,486Gross margin, % 22.2 23.6  22.2 22.9 23.9EBITDA  1,075  830  30  551  392  2,859EBITDA margin, %  7.8  7.3  7.8  6.6  10.5Operating income (EBIT) 611 367 66 317 157 1,900Operating margin, % 4.4 3.2 4.5 2.6 7.0Net income 414 257 61 191 167 1,402Earnings per share 3.71 2.21 1.71 1.42 12.79after dilution, SEKReturn on equity, % 13.0 8.6 11.5Operational cash flow 4,193 -1,806 1,137 -1,001 -500Free cash flow 4,051 -2,082 1,096 -1,141 -726Free cash flow per 37.91 -19.57 10.25 -10.72 -6.82share   after dilution,SEK For more information and explanations regarding the usage of these key ratios, please see http://saabgroup.com/investor-relations/financial-data/key-ratios/ . Press and analyst meeting Saab invites to a press and analyst meeting, where CEO Håkan Buskhe and CFO Magnus Örnberg present the Saab January-June interim report 2015.  Date: Thursday, 21 July at 10:00 (CET)Address: Grand Hôtel, Blasieholmshamnen 8, Stockholm, SwedenVenue: New York You are welcome to participate on site at Grand Hôtel, watch the live webcast or dial in to the conference call. It is possible to post questions also over the web and conference call. Live webcast:http://saab-interimreport.creo.se/160721 Conference call:Please, dial in using one of the numbers below.UK: +44 2030089813US: +1 8557532235SE: +46 856642700 The interim report, the presentation material and the webcast will be available on http://www.saabgroup.com/en/InvestorRelations. R.S.V.PE-mail: marie.bergstrom@saabgroup.comTel: +46 8 463 02 45 For further information, please contact:Saab Press Centre,+46 (0)734 180 018,presscentre@saabgroup.com Saab Investor Relations, Ann-Sofi Jönsson, +46 (0) 734 187 214 www.saabgroup.com www.saabgroup.com/YouTube Follow us on Twitter: @saab  Saab serves the global market with world-leading products, services and solutions within military defence and civil security. Saab has operations and employees on all continents around the world. Through innovative, collaborative and pragmatic thinking, Saab develops, adopts and improves new technology to meet customers’ changing needs.  This information is such that Saab AB is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation and the Securities Markets Act. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, on 17 July 2015 at 07.30 (CET).

Thule Group interim report for the second quarter, April-June, 2016

· Net sales for the quarter amounted to SEK 1,795m (1,689), corresponding to an increase of 6.3 percent. Adjusted for exchange rate fluctuations, sales rose 8.2 percent.  · Operating income amounted to SEK 417m (370), corresponding to an increase of 12.7 percent and a margin of 23.2 percent (21.9). Underlying EBIT was SEK 420m (374) and adjusted for exchange rate fluctuations, underlying EBIT rose 9.9 percent and the margin improved 0.4 percentage points.  · Net income was SEK 308m (278).  · Cash flow from operating activities totaled SEK 381m (248).  · Earnings per share before dilution amounted to SEK 3.05 (2.78).  · After the balance-sheet date, GMG B.V. – the leading manufacturer of child bike seats in the Benelux region – was acquired for EUR 10.0m on a debt-free basis. GMG B.V. had sales of EUR 6.1m in 2015.  The full report is available at www.thulegroup.com  Conference callA combined press- and analyst call with Magnus Welander, CEO and President, and Lennart Mauritzson, CFO, is scheduled for today, July 21, 2016, at 10:00 a.m. (CET).The conference will be in English.Information about the conference call is available at www.thulegroup.com This information is information that Thule Group AB is obliged to make publicpursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation and the Securities Markets Act.The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of thecontact person set out below, at 07h45 a.m. CET on 21 July 2016. ----------------------------------------------------------------------

Thule Group CEO and President Magnus Welander comments on the second quarter 2016

In the Sport&Cargo Carriers and Other Outdoor&Bags product categories, we accelerated our growth, predominantly in Europe. This positive volume growth and product mix also enabled us to continue to increase profitability, despite a slightly weaker trend in the US, where the market was characterized by a certain degree of concern in the wake of the bankruptcy of two sporting goods chains. Underlying EBIT increased 9.9 percent during the quarter after currency adjustment. On a rolling annual basis, the margin thus now amounts to 16.8 percent (16.0 percent for the full-year 2015). Region Europe & ROW shows strong growthWe are very pleased about how well our various growth initiatives in Region Europe & ROW delivered during the quarter, with sales growth of 12.8 percent after currency adjustments. We continued to drive market growth and capture market share in our largest category, Sport&Cargo Carriers, due to highly appreciated product launches and continued close cooperation at the retailer level. Furthermore, we continued to grow rapidly in Other Outdoor&Bags, driven by a steady rise in awareness of our testwinning products in Active with Kids, as well as the expanded range of backpacks in Sport&Travel Bags. In RV Products, we continued the positive trend seen in the first quarter, capturing market shares in a category that also displayed robust market growth. As expected, the Bags for Electronic Devices category was slightly better than expected than in the first quarter due to reduced exposure to shrinking categories, such as camera bags. A challenging market in Region AmericasIn Region Americas, sales increased by 0.5 percent during the quarter (after currency adjustment), which was slightly down on expectations. We generated growth in Canada and Latin America, while the market situation in the US was less stable. The bankruptcies of two major US retail chains in the sports and outdoor market during the spring has impacted overall confidence at the retail level, including the Sport&Cargo Carriers category. The performance of the bike market was also weaker than expected in the US. Nevertheless, the signals in the market indicate that we are defending our market shares in Sport&Cargo carriers and are capturing market shares in Other Outdoor&Bags, in the somewhat weaker overall market. Following very positive PR, the trend in Other Outdoor&Bags remained highly favorable in the Active with Kids category. This relates in particular to our sport strollers, a product range that is now growing rapidly. The trend for hiking backpacks also remained positive. The Bags for Electronic Devices category was more stable during the second quarter, following a very weak first quarter. The focus on growth of bags for everyday use, such as smaller backpacks and laptop cases, continues. Improved profitability in Work Gear The focus on profitable growth via an improved product mix and enhanced production efficiency continued to bear fruit. During the second quarter, sales increased marginally by SEK 1m (after currency adjustment), while operating income rose by SEK 6m (after currency adjustment). The main growth driver was racks for pick-up trucks, a product for which our margins are higher. Active with Kids acquisition strengthens portfolioIn early July, we acquired GMG B.V., the leading manufacturer of child bike seats in the Benelux region, with sales of EUR 6.1m in 2015. The products (sold under the Yepp brand) will be an excellent complement to our existing range of child bike seats and matches our strategy to grow in the Active with Kids category. GMG B.V. has operated with a lean, productfocused sales- and marketing organization with six employees and we expect a swift and smooth integration. An exciting trade show period and summerWith a solid start to the year, peak season and many exciting new products to exhibit during the summer’s trade shows, Thule Group has much to look forward to in the period ahead.

Notice to Attend the Extraordinary General Meeting of shareholders of G5 Entertainment AB (publ.)

Notification Shareholders who wish to attend the extraordinary general meeting must: · be recorded as shareholders in the share register maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB on Friday, August 5, 2016; · no later than Tuesday, August 9, 2016, no later than 4 pm (CET), have given notice of their participation and potential assistants to G5 Entertainment AB, Riddargatan 18, 114 51 Stockholm or by e-mail to agm@g5e.com stating full name, personal identification number or registration number, address, day-time phone number and when applicable information regarding any representative, proxy or assistant. Shareholders whose shares are nominee-registered must, in order to have the right to attend the extraordinary general meeting, request to be temporarily registered in the share register kept by Euroclear Sweden AB. The shareholder must instruct their nominee thereof in ample time prior to Friday, August 5, 2016, by which date such registration must be executed. Shareholders represented by proxy shall issue a written and dated power of attorney signed by the shareholder. A power of attorney issued by a legal entity shall have a registration certificate attached, or if such certificate does not exist, equivalent documents. A power of attorney form for shareholders who wish to participate by proxy are available on the Company’s website (http://g5e.se/corporate). The power of attorney shall be presented in original at the general meeting. Agenda 1. Opening of the extraordinary general meeting 2. Preparation and approval of the voting register 3. Election of chairman of the general meeting 4. Presentation and approval of the agenda 5. Election of one or two persons to verify the minutes together with the chairman 6. Determination of whether the meeting has been duly convened 7. Determination of the number of directors 8. Determination of remuneration for the Board of Directors 9. Election of new member of the Board of Directors10. Closure of meeting The nomination committee’s proposals The nomination committee of G5 Entertainment AB (publ.) consists of Christoffer Häggblom (Chairman and appointed by the shareholder Rite Internet Ventures), Jeffrey Rose (Director of the Board and appointed by the shareholder Wide Development Limited), Petter Nylander (Chairman of the Board and appointed by the shareholder Proxima Limited ), Marianne Flink (appointed by the shareholder Swedbank Robur Funds) and Magnus Uppsäll (appointed by the shareholder Purple Wolf Limited). The members are appointed by shareholders that together represents approximately 33,5 percent of the voting power of all shares of the Company, proposes the following: Item 3 - Election of chairman of the general meeting The nomination committee proposes that Petter Nylander is appointed Chairman of the Meeting. Item 7 - Determination of the number of directors The nomination committee proposes that the Board, for the period until the next Annual General Meeting, shall consist of six (6) members and no deputies. Item 8 - Determination of remuneration for the Board of Directors The nomination committee proposes that the remuneration to the Board for the upcoming term shall remain in accordance with the decision of the Annual General Meeting of 19 May 2016, meaning that the remuneration to the Board shall amount to SEK 300,000 per year to the Chairman and SEK 150,000 per year each to the other members appointed by the General Meeting and who are not employees of the Company. Further, the proposal means that fees for the upcoming term, in addition to directors' fees, shall continue to be paid to the members of the Company's audit committee, and the fee to the chairman of the audit committee shall amount to SEK 30,000 and 15,000 per year each to be paid to the other members of the audit committee. Thus, the total remuneration to the board shall not exceed SEK 960,000. Remuneration is calculated as a yearly amount between the annual general meetings and is adjusted pro rata according to the time each individual is a director of the Board. Item 9 - Election of new member of the Board of Directors For the period until the next Annual General Meeting, the nomination committee proposes election of Chris Carvalho as a new Director, and that the other current members of the Board of Directors shall remain. Number of shares and votes in the Company The Company has on issue of this notice, a total of 8,800,000 shares, representing a total of 8,800,000 votes. The Company does not have any treasury shares. Shareholders' right to request information Shareholders are informed of their right under the Companies Act, Chapter 7, Article 32 to request information at the General Meeting. Documents Complete proposals and other documents will be available at the Company’s office no later than three weeks before the general meeting and mailed upon request to shareholders’ stating their address, and will be presented at the General Meeting. The documents, as well as a form of Power of Attorney, will also be available at the Company’s website http://www.g5e.se/corporate. Stockholm, July 2016 The Board of Directors 

Half Yearly Report for January 1 – June 30, 2016

Half Yearly Report for January 1 – June 30, 2016  April 1 – June 30, 2016  · Order backlog: EUR 1,554.2 (1,393.1) million, an increase of 12% from the corresponding period in the previous year. · Revenue: EUR 615.5 (638.1) million. · EBITDA excluding restructuring costs: EUR -6.8 million, or -1.1 percent of revenue. · EBITDA: EUR -14.4 (22.0) million, or -2.3 (3.4) percent of revenue. · Working capital: EUR 17.1 (7.7) million. · Free cash flow: EUR -32.6  (-6.3) million. · Earnings per share, basic: EUR -0.13 (0.08) per share. January 1 – June 30, 2016  · Revenue: EUR 1,176.1 (1,201.5) million. · EBITDA excluding restructuring costs: EUR 6.6 million, or 0.6 percent of revenue. · EBITDA: EUR -2.9 (36.2) million, or -0.2 (3.0) percent of revenue. · Free cash flow: EUR -61.3 (-5.5) million. Unless otherwise noted, the figures in brackets refer to the corresponding period in the previous year. KEY FIGURES +-----------------+--------+--------+------+--------+--------+------+--------+|EUR million  | 4–6/16 | 4–6/15 |Change| 1–6/16 | 1–6/15 |Change|1–12/15 |+-----------------+--------+--------+------+--------+--------+------+--------+|Order backlog |1,554.2 |1,393.1 | 12%|1,554.2 |1,393.1 | 12%|1,461.4 |+-----------------+--------+--------+------+--------+--------+------+--------+|Revenue  | 615.5 | 638.1 | -4%|1,176.1 |1,201.5 | -2%|2,443.0 |+-----------------+--------+--------+------+--------+--------+------+--------+|EBITDA excluding | -6.8| - | -| 6.6| - | -| - ||restructuring | | | | | | | ||costs | | | | | | | |+-----------------+--------+--------+------+--------+--------+------+--------+|EBITDA margin | -1.1| - | -| 0.6| - | -| - ||excluding | | | | | | | ||restructuring | | | | | | | ||costs, % | | | | | | | |+-----------------+--------+--------+------+--------+--------+------+--------+|EBITDA  | -14.4| 22.0| | -2.9| 36.2| | 91.5|+-----------------+--------+--------+------+--------+--------+------+--------+|EBITDA margin, | -2.3| 3.4| | -0.2| 3.0| | 3.7||%  | | | | | | | |+-----------------+--------+--------+------+--------+--------+------+--------+|Operating profit | -21.5| 15.5| | -16.7| 23.4| | 65.0|+-----------------+--------+--------+------+--------+--------+------+--------+|Operating profit | -3.5| 2.4| | -1.4| 1.9| | 2.7||margin, %  | | | | | | | |+-----------------+--------+--------+------+--------+--------+------+--------+|Net profit for | -16.1| 10.4| | -12.9| 15.8| | 46.6||the period | | | | | | | |+-----------------+--------+--------+------+--------+--------+------+--------+|Earnings per | -0.13| 0.08| | -0.10| 0.13| | 0.37||share, basic, | | | | | | | ||EUR | | | | | | | |+-----------------+--------+--------+------+--------+--------+------+--------+| | | | | | | | |+-----------------+--------+--------+------+--------+--------+------+--------+|Working capital  | 17.1| 7.7| 123%| 17.1| 7.7| 123%| -13.6|+-----------------+--------+--------+------+--------+--------+------+--------+|Free cash flow | -32.6| -6.3| | -61.3| -5.5| | 53.9|+-----------------+--------+--------+------+--------+--------+------+--------+| | | | | | | | |+-----------------+--------+--------+------+--------+--------+------+--------+|Interest-bearing | 130.6| 84.9| 54%| 130.6| 84.9| 54%| 29.8||net debt  | | | | | | | |+-----------------+--------+--------+------+--------+--------+------+--------+|Gearing, %  | 62.7| 37.3| | 62.7| 37.3| | 11.6|+-----------------+--------+--------+------+--------+--------+------+--------+| | | | | | | | |+-----------------+--------+--------+------+--------+--------+------+--------+|Personnel, | 17,577| 17,032| 3%| 17,541| 17,018| 3%| 17,321||average for the | | | | | | | ||period  | | | | | | | |+-----------------+--------+--------+------+--------+--------+------+--------+ Word from the Interim President and CEO Sakari Toikkanen “After the departure of the previous CEO, Caverion initiated a thorough review of operations in all divisions where operative challenges had been observed. Based on the results of this review Caverion has identified profitability problems due to resource overcapacity and challenges in executing and managing projects. The identified issues mainly relate to divisions Sweden and Denmark-Norway. The profitability of certain bigger projects in Germany and Norway has also been weaker than forecasted. Furthermore, Caverion has had too many development projects ongoing at the group level, which has resulted in high fixed costs. Working capital and cash flow have deteriorated in 2016 due to low profitability, high level of investments and weak development in Germany and Sweden driven by delayed final payments in projects and low invoicing. Caverion has already started implementing the restructuring actions to reduce the identified overcapacity. These actions will unfortunately also imply personnel reductions, mainly focusing on the divisions Sweden and Denmark-Norway as well as in the Group functions. The personnel reductions are estimated to affect up to 700 employees and the total restructuring costs for 2016 are estimated to be in the region of EUR 22-26 million. By the end of June 292 employees have been permanently laid off and restructuring costs were EUR 9.5 million during January–June. The impact of the actions will start to materialise during the second half of 2016, with full effect visible in 2017. At the end of June there were 62 people on temporary leave in division Norway. Due to the challenges in project management and execution, a more detailed project review was conducted in Sweden covering more than a hundred ongoing projects. In connection with this review, Caverion has  in division Sweden identified clear challenges in execution of projects and has observed margin slippages in many of the reviewed projects. Based on the the results of review, Caverion has made cost estimate adjustments and provisions in the project portfolio in division Sweden, which have a negative impact of EUR 15 million on the reported EBITDA for April–June. Additionally in Germany and Norway, Caverion has experienced challenges in executing certain bigger projects. In order to better support its operations, Caverion has decided to reorganise its Group functions, establishing two new functions: Projects and Services. These will respond to the challenges in executing and managing projects and help to secure the targeted utilisation rate in the service business. Additionally Caverion is reviewing and reducing its fixed costs. Caverion will continue the implementation of those development projects that support the improvement of profitability and cash flow starting from the second half of the year. Finally I would like to emphasise that we are performing according to our strategy in several divisions. Our order backlog has developed very favourably during the beginning of the year, which is expected to support our development in the second half of the year.” OUTLOOK FOR 2016 Market outlook for Caverion’s services and solutions The megatrends in the industry, such as the increase of technology in buildings, energy efficiency requirements, increasing digitalisation and automation as well as urbanisation continue to promote demand for Caverion’s services and solutions over the coming years. The Technical Installation and Maintenance market is expected to remain stable, however price competition is expected to remain tight in Technical Installations projects. Requirements for increased energy efficiency, better indoor conditions and tightening environmental legislation will be significant factors supporting the positive market development. In Norway, the general economy has been impacted by the slowdown in the oil industry, which may continue to have a negative effect on the Technical Installation and Maintenance business. In the Large Projects market, the new tenders for buildings and industry are expected to increase during the year. Positive signs have been seen both in received orders and in tendering activity, especially in the public and industrial sectors and we expect the positive trend to continue. Low interest rates and availability of financing are expected to support investments. The demand for Design & Build of Total Technical Solutions is expected to develop favourably in the large and technically demanding projects. However uncertainty in economical situation has affected new projects resulting in price pressure and further project postponements or cancellations. Underlying demand for Managed Services is expected to remain strong. As technology in buildings is increasing the need for new services and the demand for Life Cycle Solutions are expected to increase. Clients’ tendency towards focusing on their core operations continues to open opportunities for Caverion in terms of outsourced operation and maintenance especially for public authorities, industries and utilities. Guidance for 2016  Caverion revised its guidance on June 20, 2016, according to which Caverion estimates that the Group’s revenue for 2016 will remain at the previous year's level (2015: EUR 2,443 million) and the Group’s EBITDA excluding restructuring costs for 2016 will decrease clearly from the previous year's EBITDA level (2015: EUR 91.5 million). INFORMATION SESSION, WEBCAST AND CONFERENCE CALL Caverion will hold a news conference and webcast on the half yearly report on Thursday, July 21, 2016, at 11:00 a.m. (Finnish Time, EEST) at the Kämp Hotel (Gallen-Kallela meeting room), Kluuvikatu 2, Helsinki, Finland. The news conference can also be viewed live on Caverion’s website at www.caverion.com/investors. It is also possible to participate in the event through a conference call by calling the assigned number +44(0)20 3427 1920 at 10:55 a.m. (Finnish time, EEST) at the latest. Participant code for the conference call is “745667 / Caverion”. More practical information on the news conference can be found on Caverion's website, www.caverion.com/investors. Financial information in 2016 Caverion’s disclosure policy updated pursuant to the Market Abuse Regulation came into force on July 3, 2016. The document is available in full at http://www.caverion.com/investors/investor-relations/disclosure-policy. Interim Reports for the first nine months of 2016 will be published on October 27, 2016. Financial reports and other investor information are available on Caverion's website, www.caverion.com/investors, and IR App. The materials may also be ordered by sending an e-mail to IR@caverion.com. CAVERION CORPORATION Distribution: Nasdaq Helsinki, principal media, www.caverion.com

Interim Report, January-June 2016

January-June 2016 ·  Net sales reached SEK 9,330 million (9,735), corresponding to a decrease of 4% and a flat organic sales development compared with the previous year. ·  EBITDA, excluding non-recurring items, was SEK 2,832 million (3,183), corresponding to a margin of 30.4% (32.7). ·  Non-recurring items related to the Mylan offer had a SEK 309 million negative impact on earnings before tax. ·  Profit after tax amounted to SEK 589 million (618). ·  Earnings per share reached SEK 1.61 (1.69). Excluding non-recurring items, earnings per share totaled SEK 1.65 (1.93). ·  Cash earnings per share amounted to SEK 3.38 (1.57). Excluding non-recurring items cash earnings per share totaled SEK 4.03 (3.92). Second quarter 2016 ·  Net sales reached SEK 5,015 million (5,152), corresponding to a decrease of 3% and an organic growth of 2% compared with the previous year. ·  EBITDA, excluding non-recurring items, was SEK 1,576 million (1,780), corresponding to a margin of 31.4% (34.5). ·  Non-recurring items related to the Mylan offer had a SEK 188 million negative impact on earnings before tax. ·  Profit after tax amounted to SEK 298 million (392). ·  Earnings per share reached SEK 0.81 (1.07). Excluding non-recurring items, earnings per share totaled SEK 1.19 (1.34). ·  Cash earnings per share amounted to SEK 2.48 (0.83). Excluding non-recurring items cash earnings per share totaled SEK 2.67 (1.98). +--------------------------------------------------------------------------+| |+--------------------------------------------------------------------------+|For further inquiries, please contact: Paula Treutiger, VP Corporate ||Communications & Sustainability, paula.treutiger@meda.se, +46 733-666 599.|+--------------------------------------------------------------------------+ CEO statement The second quarter of 2016 was another promising quarter for Meda and our performance for the year-to-date through June developed fully in line with our expectations and financial plans. Overall, our growth businesses increased by 9% in the second quarter, contributing to a solid organic growth rate of 2% for the whole group. This growth was driven by resilient sales from our ongoing business, supported by several of our key growth products within the Rx-product area. We also saw particularly strong performance from our Cx-franchise and Emerging Markets business. As expected, our growth was slightly offset by reduced royalties from our agreement with Valeant, as well as the divestment of the Euromed manufacturing site. Looking at our regions, our US business saw considerable improvement over the previous quarter, with sales totaling SEK 751 million. We continued to be encouraged by the performance of our top 25 products, which grew by 5% at CER. Our newly established affiliate in Canada also contributed very positively. This strength too was offset by the anticipated negative impact from reduced royalty revenue from outlicensed dermatology products. Sales for Western Europe totaled SEK 3,197 million, with mixed performance across the region. While we saw strong performance in the Nordics, France, the UK and Italy continued to put some pressure on top line performance. We also continued to see strong performance from key products, especially Dymista, which continued to increase sales and acceptance, and position itself in the #1 or #2 position in several European markets. We also saw convincing growth from EpiPen® Auto-Injector, Saugella and Armolipid in the quarter. While Italy continues to be impacted by our restructuring of this business, we are confident that the actions we are taking will establish a strong platform for the future. Emerging Markets reported exceptionally strong performance during the quarter, with sales of SEK 1,016 million, corresponding to 15% growth at CER. Key markets such as Greater China, Russia and Turkey performed particularly well, largely driven by our Cx-franchise. Sales of Dona stood out in the region with a growth rate of 131% at CER. In all, we delivered strong sales for the second quarter of SEK 5,015 million and EBITDA excluding non-recurring items of SEK 1,577 million, representing an EBITDA margin of 31.4%. Free cash flow excluding non-recurring items for the quarter improved to SEK 975 million. Again, this performance was in line with our expectations. Finally, we remain extremely enthusiastic about Mylan’s public offer for Meda. The combination of our business is a natural fit, and provides compelling industrial logic. We expect that within Mylan much more can be done with our very attractive businesses and products as part of their global platform. We also expect our businesses in the U.S. and Europe to be far stronger, as we benefit from greater scale and diversity, and to be able to accelerate our growth in Emerging markets. The acceptance period for the offer runs up to and including 29 July, and Mylan has stated that it expects the transaction to close during the third quarter. Jörg-Thomas Dierks Group President and CEO The company’s auditors did not review this interim report. Forward-looking statement This report is not an offer to sell or a solicitation to buy shares in Meda. This report also contains certain forward-looking statements with respect to certain future events and Meda’s potential financial performance. These forward-looking statements can be identified by the fact that they do not relate only to historical or current facts and may sometimes include words such as “may”, “will”, “seek”, “anticipate”, “expect”, “estimate”, “intend”, “plan”, “forecast”, “believe”, or other words of similar meaning. These forward-looking statements reflect the current expectations on future events of the management at the time such statements are made, but are made subject to a number of risks and uncertainties. In the event such risks or uncertainties materialize, Meda’s results could be materially affected. The risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to, risks associated with the inherent uncertainty of pharmaceutical research and product development, manufacturing and commercialization, the impact of competitive products, patents, legal challenges, government regulation and approval, Meda’s ability to secure new products for commercialization and/or development, and other risks and uncertainties detailed from time to time in Meda AB’s interim or annual reports, prospectuses, or press releases. Listeners and readers are cautioned that no forward-looking statement is a guarantee of future performance and that actual results could differ materially from those contained in the forward-looking statement. Meda does not intend or undertake to update any such forward-looking statements. Meda AB discloses the information provided herein pursuant to the Securities Market Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. This information was submitted for publication on July 21, 2016 at 8:00 AM.

SKF Half-year report 2016

Gothenburg, 21 July 2016: Alrik Danielson, President and CEO: “Net sales in the second quarter was SEK 18.4 billion. Organic sales development was in-line with our expectations, 4% higher than the previous quarter and 4% lower year-over-year. Although markets remain challenging, our cost reduction initiatives, including the profit improvement programme within Automotive, are materializing according to plan. This contrib­uted to an 11% operating margin excluding one-time items. Cash flow generation was a solid SEK 1.2 billion (excluding divestments and acquisitions), around SEK 500 million higher than last year. This continued resilient performance is a sign that we are on the right track in our effort to shape SKF into being leaner, more customer-focused and competitive. The consolidation of three factories in North America was announced on 9 June, including an investment of SEK 150 million in manufacturing upgrades. This is the latest activity in our ongoing programme of investments in making our manufac­turing more flexible, competitive and better suited to serve our customers. The divestments of our Kaydon velocity control and fly-by-wire businesses were completed on 30 June. As a result, we received SEK 3 125 million, which contributed positively to cash flow in the quarter. The effect on net profit was SEK -380 million, mainly related to taxes that we expect to pay in the coming quarters. In total, over SEK 4 billion has now been raised through the divestments of non-core businesses during the last 12 months. As we look ahead, we see signs of the market stabilizing. Entering the third quarter of 2016, demand for SKF’s products and services is expected to be relatively unchanged compared to the same period last year. Sequentially, demand is expected to be weaker, in-line with normal seasonality.” Key figures, SEKm Q2 2016 Q2 2015 YTD 2016 YTD 2015Net sales 18 370 19 961 36 090 39 415Operating profit excl. one-time 2 020 2 577 3 992 4 953itemsOperating margin excl. one-time 11.0 12.9 11.1 12.6items, %One-time items in operating -145 -194 -242 -849profitOperating profit 1 875 2 383 3 750 4 104Operating margin, % 10.2 11.9 10.4 10.4Profit before taxes, excl. 1 801 2 435 3 556 4 602operating and financial one-timeitemsProfit before taxes 1 656 2 241 3 314 3 833Net cash flow after investments 4 225 1 654 4 735 2 642before financing Net sales change y-o-y, %: Organic Structure Currency TotalQ2 2016 -4.4 -0.6 -3.0 -8.0YTD -5.3 -0.7 -2.4 -8.4 Organic sales change in local Europe North America Latin Asia Middlecurrencies, per region y-o-y, America East &%: AfricaQ2 2016 1.8 -13.1 -2.1 -5.9 1.8YTD -0.1 -12.1 -2.8 -7.5 1.4 Outlook for the third quarter 2016 Demand compared to the third quarter 2015The demand for SKF’s products and services is expected to be relatively unchanged for the Group, including both Automotive and Industrial. Demand is expected to be slightly higher in Europe, relatively unchanged in Latin America, slightly lower in Asia and significantly lower in North America. Demand compared to the second quarter 2016The demand for SKF’s products and services is expected to be lower for the Group. Demand for Industrial is expected to be slightly lower and demand for Automotive is expected to be lower. Demand is expected to be relatively unchanged in Latin America, slightly lower in Asia and North America and lower in Europe. A teleconference will be held on 21 July at 9:00 (CEST):SE: +46 8 5065 3936UK: +44 20 3427 1914US: +1 212 444 0895 You will find all information regarding the SKF Half-year report 2016 on the Group’s IR website.   Aktiebolaget SKF      (publ) The information in this press release is information which AB SKF is required to disclose under the EU Market Abuse Regulation (EU) No 596/2014 and pursuant to the Securities Markets Act. The information was provided by the above contact persons for publication on 21 July 2016 at 8:00 CEST

Millicom’s Q2 & H1 2016 Results, 21 July 2016

Key highlights of Q2 2016(i) · Revenue of $1.57 billion - organic service revenue up 2.1%(ii) · Reported service revenue 4.1% lower on currency · Adjusted EBITDA(iii) at $560 million - organic growth of 4.6% · Adjusted EBITDA margin at 35.6% - increased by 1.4 percentage points · Stronger cash generation - equity free cash flow of $107 million · Project Heat: transformation and efficiency plan targeting $200 million savings · Strong subscriber growth – 2 million new smartphones users in the quarter · Cable footprint expansion target increased to 12 million homes passed · 2016 outlook revised · Organic service revenue growth lowered to “low to mid-single digit” · Adjusted EBITDA growth unchanged at “mid to high single digit” · Capex(iv) lowered to “around $1.10 billion” on efficiencies Key financial indicators $m Q2 2016 Q2 2015 % change H1 2016 H1 2015 % changeRevenue 1,572  1,666  (5.7%)  3,100  3,336  (7.1%) Organic growth 0.5%  9.0%  1.3%  9.3%     Service revenue 1,469  1,533  (4.1%)  2,905  3,070  (5.4%)     Organic growth 2.1%  5.3%  3.1%  5.3% Adjusted EBITDA 560  569  (1.6%)  1,110  1,140  (2.6%) Adjusted EBITDA margin 35.6%  34.2%  35.8%  34.2% Capex(iv) 222  280  (20.9%)  417  466  (10.7%) Net debt 4,282  4,281  0.0%  4,282  4,281  0.0% Adjusted EPS ($) (v) 0.04  0.09  (59.3%)  0.26  0.47  (45.4%)  · Latam: Q2 reported organic revenue decline of 0.7% to $1.35 billion due to lower handset sales whilst organic service revenue grew 0.9% held back by macro headwinds and mobile competitive intensity in Colombia whilst data revenue growth remained strong. The cable rollout accelerated with a further 161,000 new HFC homes passed in the quarter. EBITDA was $514 million including $17 million one-off charges, a margin of 38.1%.  · Africa: Q2 reported organic revenue growth of 9.2% to $222 million with service revenue growing 9.8%. All countries reported good growth although we experienced a more difficult environment in Tanzania. We saw the benefit of actions taken last year as EBITDA grew 8.7% organically on Q1 and 23.8% year-on-year to $62 million, a margin of 28.1%. · Corporate Costs: Reduction to $40 million compared to $55 million in Q2 15 and $41 million in Q1 16. (i) The financial information presented in this earnings release is with Guatemala (55% owned) & Honduras (66.7% owned) as if fully consolidated. See page 16 for reconciliation with IFRS numbers. The comparative 2015 financial information in this earnings release has been represented as a result of the classification of our operations in DRC as discontinued operations (in accordance with IFRS 5)(ii) Organic growth represents year-on year-growth in local currency (includes regulatory changes)Service revenue is defined as Group revenue excluding telephone & equipment sales(iii) Adjusted EBITDA is defined as reported EBITDA excluding restructuring and integration costs and other one-off items – See page 7 for reconciliation(iv) Balance sheet capital expenditure, excludes spectrum and license costs (v) Basic EPS adjusted for non-operating items see page 15 for reconciliation  CEO’s Statement Luxembourg, 21 July 2016 “Millicom is a company with tremendous potential and our belief in the long-term future of this business has been reaffirmed as we begin to realise growth opportunities across our data and cable revenue streams. We need to navigate through the on-going sluggish macro-economic conditions. The external environment continues to be very difficult in several markets, which is exacerbating the decline of our legacy voice/SMS business. This left us with revenue weaker than expected; organic service revenue growth of 2.1% to $1,469 million was well below the rate we anticipated at the start of the year so we are revising downwards the revenue outlook for the remainder of the year. However, we are quickly adapting to this more challenging environment as we continue to drive profitability; the Adjusted EBITDA margin was up 1.4 percentage points on last year and now sits above our medium term target of 35%. Cash-flow generation was also robust and we now feel we can deliver the 2016 investment plan with lower capital expenditure than previously indicated.   For Millicom, the important long-term story is about how we are reconfiguring our business towards the growth segments of data and cable. An increasing proportion of revenue is now coming from these segments as SMS and voice revenue is replaced by mobile data revenue, which grew by a quarter with nearly a third of our base now using mobile data.  In this context it was pleasing that more than 600,000 new data customers were added in this quarter. This reflects in the adoption of smartphone whose growth continues to be very strong, with the penetration rate of smartphone users increasing by more than ten points year-on-year to 40.2%. Our Cable business, representing residential Home and Fixed B2B businesses, also very much represents the future for Millicom and already delivers over 27% of service revenue. Most of our Home operations continued to deliver impressive double-digit revenue growth and having accelerated the cable expansion we now pass 7.8 million homes. Our roll out programmes are well tested and so we are revising up our targets and now expect to reach our original goal of 10 million homes passed by 2018, a year early. In light of this achievement, we have set ourselves a new target of 12 million homes passed. We continue to strengthen our customer proposition to drive demand and loyalty. In the quarter, we announced an exciting partnership with Netflix and together launched a compelling promotional campaign across our Latam footprint. We are also building the foundations of our B2B business. During the quarter, Tigo Business completed the construction of its first data centre in Paraguay, as well as further facilities in Chad and Senegal. These data centres are a necessary response to the growth in internet traffic that is changing the digital landscape across every one of our markets. Tigo Business also announced last week a partnership with Microsoft which will provide cloud computing benefits to businesses in the Latam region, further extending our product and service offering. As we move to capture these exciting new areas we must also look at how we run our business. We have been working hard on this, with 41 group initiatives to transform and improve the efficiency of the business under the umbrella of Project Heat. These initiatives will not just reduce costs – though we are targeting $200 million of savings – but also make our business more adaptable to meet challenges ahead. As we continue to execute our strategic roadmap and stay ahead of the needs of our customers, we also identified the need to add further strength at the leadership level in specific areas. This quarter we are delighted to welcome senior appointments in Operations and Compliance, and I now have the team to deliver on our strategy. We are building the right platform to drive momentum, accelerate data penetration, expand our cable footprint and grow our B2B business.” Mauricio RamosCEO, Millicom Outlook revised Our outlook for 2016 has been updated as follows: Basis Previous outlook New outlookService To grow mid-single digit To grow low to mid-single digitrevenue(a)Adjusted To grow mid to high-single digit To grow mid to high-single digitEBITDA(b)Capex(c) Between $1.15 and $1.25 billion Around $1.10 billion (a) Service revenue is Group revenue excluding telephone and equipment sales (b) Adjusted EBITDA excludes restructuring and integration costs and other one-off items (c) Capex excludes the impact of spectrum and license costs The outlook for 2016 is based on constant currency, at a constant perimeter with Guatemala and Honduras fully consolidated and on our current assessment of the emerging markets macroeconomic outlook.   Conference call details A presentation and conference call to discuss results of the quarter will take place at 14.00 Stockholm / 14.00 Luxembourg / 13.00 London / 08.00 New York, on Thursday 21July 2016.  For those unable to attend, Millicom will also provide a conference call. Dial-in numbers: + 46 (0) 850 65 3936, + 352 342 080 8654, + 44 203 427 1905, +1 646 254 3362. Access code: 746296.    A live audio stream of the analyst presentation can also be accessed at www.millicom.com. Please dial in / log on 10 minutes prior to the start of the conference call to allow time for registration. Slides to accompany the conference call are available at www.millicom.com. Significant events of the quarter Corporate news 4 Apr 2016:         Publication of our 2015 Annual Report and Corporate Responsibility Report13 Apr 2016:       Nomination Committee proposes José Miguel Garcia Fernandez as new Board director9 May 2016:        Discontinuation of preliminary investigation by Swedish Prosecutor17 May 2016:      2016 AGM10 Jun 2016:       Appointment of HL Rogers as EVP, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer Business news 21 Apr 2016:       Completion of sale of DRC13 Jun 2016:       Millicom partners with Netflix in Latin America28 Jun 2016:       Millicom is launching two new data centres in Chad and Senegal Financial news 12 Apr 2016:       Debt refinancing with offer to early purchase 2017 SEK bond26 Apr 2016:       Millicom Q1 2016 results28 Apr 2016:       Success of tender offers on 2017 SEK bond26 May 2016:      Publication of prospectus & application for listing of new SEK bond26 May 2016:      Tigo UNE bond issuance Subsequent events 13 Jul 2016:        Partnership with Microsoft to provide cloud services to eight markets in Latin America Agenda 25 Oct 2016:     Q3 16 results

Vattenfall to build a wind farm off Aberdeen

The wind farm, known as the European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre (EOWDC), will comprise eleven turbines and have a capacity of 92.4 MW. Apart from generating electricity, it will also be a centre for testing and developing new technologies for offshore wind power.Magnus Hall, CEO and President of Vattenfall, said: “We aim to double our wind power capacity from 2 to 4 GW by 2020 and are focusing on reducing and streamlining our offshore wind power costs. Our investment in the European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre off Aberdeen is an important part of this process.”The Scottish government granted approval for building the wind farm in 2013. After legal challenges were cleared in December 2015, the project team has been preparing for the wind farm’s installation.Construction of the wind farm offshore is expected to start in the latter part of next year so that it can start generating electricity in spring 2018. Onshore construction activity will start later this year.The development of the EOWDC was taken forward with a local partner, the Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group, since 2089. In line with earlier agreements, Vattenfall will acquire the Group’s shares and become the sole owner of the project.The decision to invest in the EOWDC comes only a few weeks after the British referendum on leaving the EU and demonstrates Vattenfall’s continuing long-term commitment to wind power in Great Britain.Magnus Hall continued: “This project underscores our long-term aim to extend our wind power capacity in Great Britain. The British government wants wind power to continue making up a significant part of the country’s climate-neutral electricity generation. We aim to be a part of this development and grow in Great Britain.”Vattenfall discloses this information pursuant to the Swedish Securities Market Act.Vattenfall’s Press Office, tel: +46 8 739 5010, e-mail: press@vattenfall.comVattenfall is a Swedish, state owned, energy company with 28,000 employees with operations in Sweden, Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, UK and Finland. Vattenfall supports the transition to a renewable energy system and has the objective to become leading in sustainable energy production and thereby secure a reliable and cost effective energy supply.

Mekonomen Group signs agreement with supplier for expansion of fully automated central warehouse

Mekonomen Group has signed an agreement with TGW Logistics Group to expand the existing central warehouse in Strängnäs with a fully automated section. The expansion is intended to create a Group-wide, flexible and cost-efficient platform for the supply chain in Mekonomen Group. In a press release on 14 March 2016, Mekonomen Group announced the signing of a Letter Of Intent with the intention of investing in an automated central warehouse solution in Strängnäs and centralising the structure of the central warehouses in Sweden. An agreement is now signed with TGW Logistics as provider of a new, fully automated section in the Group’s existing central warehouse in Strängnäs. At the same time, Mekonomen Group has revised downward the estimated investment of SEK 250 million during the period 2016–2018 announced on 14 March. Instead, the investment is estimated to total SEK 190 million during the period 2016–2018, largely due to a different investment plan for the extension of the building. The previously announced EBIT effect from savings of SEK 50 million annually from 2020 and the decrease in tied up capital of SEK 80 million with full effect from 2020 remain unchanged. “This investment enables us to lay the foundation for the industry’s most streamlined business flows with what is for our business, an optimal infrastructure,” says Örjan Grandin, Supply Chain Director, Mekonomen Group. For further information, please contact: Örjan Grandin, Supply Chain Director, Mekonomen ABTel: +46 8 464 00 00 E-mail: orjan.grandin@mekonomengroup.com

AQ Group AB, Quarter 2, 2016

Second quarter, April – June 2016 In brief · Once again the best quarterly result in the history of the group · Net sales increased by 13 % to SEK 860 million (759) · Operating profit (EBIT) increased by 64 % to SEK 92 million (56) · Profit after financial items (EBT) increased by 60 % to 91 MSEK (57) · Cash flow from operating activities increased by 31 % to SEK 76 million (58) · Equity ratio 60 % (61) · Earnings per share after tax increased by 60 % to 4.18 SEK (2.61) Six months, January – June 2016 In brief · Net sales increased by 13 % to SEK 1 661 million (1 474) · Operating profit (EBIT) increased by 56 % to SEK 169 million (108) · Profit after financial items (EBT) increased by 48 % to SEK 167 million (113) · Cash flow from operating activities increased by 127 % to SEK 168 million (74) · Equity ratio 60 % (61) · Earnings per share after tax increased by 50 % to SEK 7.64 (5.08) Group overview, key figures A word from the CEO Market We founded AQ 22 years ago and since then our strategy has been to follow our customers in their development and change. We haven’t during the years put a lot of effort to wonder about macroeconomics and analysis of markets in the future, instead AQ’s focus has always been to adapt to customers’ requirements and real demands.It’s a strategy we will continue to follow, to be fast movers and adaptable no matter of market conditions. Second quarter of 2016 is yet another a good quarter regarding results, the best quarter in the history of AQ. However, I want to emphasize that during the first half of the year we have finished an unusual number of project with good operating margin. Roughly speaking the improvement of the results can be attributed to the acquisition of Anton Kft. (Hungary), and that AQ Enclosure Systems AB and AQ Wiring Systems in Mexico have turned last year’s losses to profit. The price pressure in our market continues to be hard and is expected to increase rather than decrease. We will review our financial goals during the latter part of 2016.  In a joint project with a customer in Finland we have bought and moved injection moulding machines to our factory AQ Plastronic in Bulgaria. This has been successful both for our customer and for AQ. AQ Plastronic is in an expansion phase and is now a nice factory, which we believe a lot in. Quality and delivery precision continues at a stable and high level within the group. Acquisitions Our acquisition in November of 2015 of Anton Kft. in Hungary is developing according to plan. Our focus is to increase capacity through investments in more efficient machinery. The large global customers value the company and its high technical knowledge. Therefore, they demand more capacity in production and project management. Anton Johanssons Rostfria Verkstad, current AQ M-Tech AB, is in a restructuring process and we are planning to merge the company with AQ Elteknik AB in Uppsala during autumn of 2016. They will merge also in location. Our offering with knowledge in both mechanics and electrics has been received well with the “med tech” companies in Uppsala. AQ is well positioned for new acquisitions both financially (with an equity ratio of 60%) and regarding management capacity. Organisation Our organisation is built on entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship is a foundation of our core values. During the last years it has become harder to find personnel in several countries in Eastern Europe where we have factories. Going forward we will increase our efforts to find solutions in automation. AQ Plast AB’s transfer of production to Anderstorp from Vadstena continues and is planned to be completed during 2016. Our electric cabinet operations in Surahammar is now completely moved to Västerås. There is an increased focus to capture new business in AQ Elautomatik AB both in Västerås, Lund and Örnsköldsvik. The work to switch stock exchange from AktieTorget to Nasdaq Stockholm main market continues and is planned to be completed during autumn of 2016. Our efforts to reduce inventory continues.  Our competence in logistics and usage of our ERP systems is gradually increasing within the group.  Improvements of our routines to identify risk of obsolescence continues and should lead to less unexpected impairment of our inventory. Investments The largest growth investments during 2016 have been in metal-cutting machines in AQ Anton Kft. (Hungary) and in a wiring machine in AQ Wiring Systems (Lithuania). We have also done some smaller investments in our company in India.  We continue to invest in automation in AQ Holmbergs in China to reduce the need for manual labour to meet the increased cost of salaries in China. The large injection moulding machine of 1 500 tonnes that was acquired for about EUR 1 million in Anderstorp is forecasted to have a very good utilization rate in 2017. Outlook Our companies in Eastern Europe have good growth and profits. The Swedish companies have a harder time to generate growth. In the Swedish operations, AQ Enclosure Systems AB, which made a loss in 2015 have turned the business to profit. Our company in India is growing but is hasn’t reached profitability yet.  Our operations in China sees a lower activity with our customers e.g. within the mining industry but it is still delivering results in parity with 2015. Our company in Mexico is developing positively and has turned the loss in 2015 to a profit in the first half of 2016. My feeling is that we are gaining market share from our competitors in several areas and also are entering new markets. With strong relations to world leading customers and engaged employees I am looking positively at the future with continued growth with stable result level. An important part of this is our core values and our efforts to be a reliable supplier to demanding industrial customers. Claes Mellgren CEO Group’s financial position and results Second quarter Net sales for the second quarter was SEK 860 million (759), an increase of SEK 101 million compared to the same period in the previous year. The largest part of the increase in turnover is due to the acquisition of Anton Kft. last year. Sales in Poland, Bulgaria and Sweden have increased compared to the same period last year. The total growth in the quarter was 13.3 %, of which organic growth 6.2 %, growth through acquisitions 9.1 % and a currency effect -2.0 %. The currency effect of -2 % corresponds to about SEK 15 million and is mainly with the currencies CNY, PLN and MXN. Operating margin (EBIT) in the second quarter was SEK 92 million (56), an increase of SEK 36 million. The increase can partly be explained by the acquisition of Anton Kft. and partly by an unusual number of projects with good operating margin.  Goodwill and intangible assets have increased during the second quarter with SEK 6 million. The increase is due to the acquisition of Magnetica in Italy and Serbia and some currency effects. Investments in material assets in the quarter in the group was SEK 45 million (19). Investments were made in grinding machines in Hungary and in injection moulding machines in Sweden and Bulgaria. Investments via acquisitions were SEK 6.7 million and consist mainly of intangible assets. Interest bearing debts of the group are SEK 195 million (138) and cash and cash equivalents amount to SEK 117 million (151), which means that the group has a net debt of SEK 78 million. In the same period last year, the group had net cash of SEK 13 million. The change is due to a loan in conjunction with the acquisition of Anton Kft. in the fourth quarter of 2015. Cash flow from operating activities was SEK 76 million (58). The positive cash flow from operating activities has been used for investments in fixed assets, to reduce interest bearing debts and for dividends to shareholders. Equity at the end of the period was SEK 1 291 million (1 111) for the group. First six months Net sales for the first six months was SEK 1 661 million (1 474), an increase of SEK 187 million compared to the same period previous year. The largest part of the increase in turnover is due to the acquisition of Anton Kft. last year. Sales in Poland, Bulgaria and Sweden have increased compared to the same period last year. In the first six months the total growth was 12.7 %, of which organic growth 5.0 %, growth through acquisitions 9.4 % and a currency effect of -1.7 %. The currency effect of -1.7 % corresponds to about SEK 24 million and is mainly with the currencies CNY, PLN and MXN, but also INR and EUR. Operating margin (EBIT) in the first six months was SEK 169 million (108), an increase of SEK 61 million. The increase can partly be explained by the acquisition of Anton Kft. and partly by an unusual number of projects with good operating margin.  In conjunction with the liquidation of our Norwegian subsidiary AQ Wiring Systems AS, accumulated translation differences have had a negative effect on the result. These costs amount to SEK 6.7 million and are included in the item other operating costs. Goodwill and other intangible assets have increased with SEK 7 million since the start of the year. The increase is due to the acquisition of Magnetica in Italy and Serbia and some currency effects. The investments of the group in the first six months were SEK 63 million (29). Investments during the first six months have been made in metal-cutting machines in Hungary and in injection moulding machines in Sweden and Bulgaria. Interest bearing debts of the group are SEK 195 million (281 at year end) and cash and cash equivalents amount to SEK 117 million (136 at year end), which means that the group has a net debt of SEK 78 million (145 at year end). This means that the interest bearing debts have decreased with SEK 86 million and cash and cash equivalents have decreased with SEK 19 million since the start of the year. Net debt has decreased with SEK 67 million compared to end of 2015. Cash flow from operating activities were SEK 168 million (74). The increase is due to AQ’s good result and to improved working capital compared to the same period in the previous year. Equity at the end of the period was SEK 1 291 million (1 111) for the group. Result development for the respective segments, please see note 2. Significant events during the first six months First quarter AQ Group AB (publ) has on March 15 2016 submitted a preliminary application for admission to trading of its shares on Nasdaq Stockholm’s main market. The shares of the company have been traded on AktieTorget since 2001. Under the condition that Nasdaq Stockholm approves the application, the intention is to begin trading of the company’s shares on Nasdaq Stockholm during the latter part of the year. In conjunction with the application, Glen Nilsson was employed responsible for IR. AQ Plast AB has decided to close down the manufacturing site in Vadstena. The background to the change is to improve the competitiveness of AQ Plast AB by having fewer production sites. Production will be moved from Vadstena to Anderstorp and Västerås. As a consequence of the change a notice of redundancy was given for all 32 employees in Vadstena. The plan is to have the operations in Vadstena closed during 2016. Our operations in Mexico is developing positively and is approaching break-even. In our factory in India we have started deliveries of complex aluminium enclosures to a train manufacturer. The enclosures are welded in our new FSW (Friction Stir Welding) equipment. We have received permit for our investment in ED (Electro Discharge) painting equipment in AQ Electric in Radomir. AQ will have the first ED facility in Bulgaria. It’s an investment of about EUR 1 million. ED is a surface treatment method used in the automotive industry. Second quarter AQ Italy S.r.l acquired Magnetica S.r.l. and its subsidiary Magnetica Technology D.o.o. The companies design and manufacture electromagnetic components and power supplies and have operations in Italy and Serbia. Our operations in Mexico continues to develop positively and shows a positive result. Significant events after the end of the period There are no significant events after the end of the period. Goals The goal of the group is continued profitable growth. The Board of directors are not giving any forecast for turnover or profit. Statements in this report can be perceived as forward looking and the real outcome can be significantly different. In addition to factors mentioned the real outcome can be affected by political events, economic cycles, currency rates, interest rates, competing products and their pricing, product development, commercial and technical difficulties, delivery problems and large credit losses to customers. The board of directors of AQ Group has set goals for the group. The goals mean that the group is managed towards good profit, high quality and delivery precision with strong growth and a healthy financial risk level. The dividend policy is to have dividends corresponding to about 25 % of profit after tax over a business cycle. However, the Group’s financial consolidation needs must always be considered.                                                                  Goal              Jan-Jun 2016 Product quality                                            100 %            99,6 %           Delivery precision                                          98 %            95,4 % Equity ratio                                                 >40 %               60 % Profit margin (EBT)                                          8 %            10,2 % Transactions with related parties The parent company has a related party relationship with its subsidiaries. There are some sales activities concerning goods between the operating group companies. The parent company is charging a management fee to the subsidiaries. All invoicing is according to market level prices and results in claims and debts between the companies which are settled regularly. There are some long term loans between the parent company and a few subsidiaries. These loans are given with market level interest rates. Most companies in the group are part of cash pool in the parent company. The companies are charged/given interest rates at market level. During 2016 AQ Group AB has paid SEK 40.6 million in dividends to its shareholders. There have been no other transactions between AQ and closely related parties which significantly affected the position or result of the company. There are no loans to members of the board of directors nor to anyone in leading positions. At the annual general meeting on April 21, 2016 it was decided that a yearly fee of SEK 120 000 shall be paid to the members of the board of directors and a fee of SEK 300 000 to the chairman of the board. There are no other remunerations to the board of directors. There is no remuneration paid after a board assignment is completed. People in management positions are paid a fixed salary and a variable element calculated in % of the group’s profit maximized to one-year salary. There are no other benefits in addition to pension benefits for work performed via the employment contract. In individual cases and where there is special justification, the Board shall have the option of deviating from the above guidelines. Risks and uncertainties AQ is a global company with operations in twelve countries. Within the group there are a number of risks and uncertainties of both operational and financial characteristics, which were described in the annual report of 2015. No additional significant risks have been identified since the annual report of 2015 was published. The risks that are most evident in a shorter perspective are risks related to interest rates and currency. The exposure to risks related to interest rates are low and relates to the group’s financing with credit institutions and are currently with floating interest, connected to the base interest of the bank which is connected to the interest rate of Sweden’s central bank. Transactions and assets and debts in foreign currency are managed centrally within AQ in order to create balance in the respective currency thereby achieving highest possible levelling effect within the group in order to minimize currency differences. AQ is not buying any direct raw material, but only intermediate goods for further production such as sheet metal of steel and aluminium, cables, insulated wire etc. The risk is minimized through customer agreements with price clauses. The group’s credit risks are mainly connected to receivables from customers. The parent company is indirectly affected by the same risks and uncertainties. Future reporting dates                                                Interim report Q3, 2016                               October 20, 2016 at 8:30 AM Year-end report                                          February 23, 2017 at 8:30 AM Interim report Q1, 2017                               April 27, 2017 at 8:30 AM Financial information The information of this interim report shall be made public according to the Securities Market Act of Sweden. AQ Group AB (publ) is listed on AktieTorget. The information was made public on July 21, 2016 at 8.30 AM. This report has been briefly reviewed by the company’s financial auditors. Further information about AQ Group AB can be given by: CEO, Claes Mellgren, telephone +46 70-592 83 38, claes.mellgren@aqg.se or via CFO, Mia Tomczak, telephone +46 70-833 00 80, mia.tomczak@aqg.se Financial reports and press releases are published in Swedish and English. If there are discrepancies between the two, the Swedish version shall prevail. They are available at www.aqg.se Certification The Board of Directors and the Chief Executive Officer certify that the interim report gives a true and fair overview of the Group's and the parent company's operations, financial position and results and describes material risks and uncertainties facing the parent company and the companies that form part of the Group. Västerås, July 21, 2016 Claes Mellgren,CEO P-O AnderssonChairman Ulf Gundemark   Boardmember                   Gunilla Spongh     Boardmember                              Patrik Nolåker      Boardmember                 Hidayet Tercan     Boardmember                 Review report To the Board of Directors of AQ Group AB (publ) Corp. id. 556281-8830 Introduction We have reviewed the summary interim financial information (interim report) of AQ Group AB (publ) as of 30 June 2016 and the six-month period then ended. The Board of Directors and the Managing Director are responsible for the preparation and presentation of this interim report in accordance with IAS 34 and the Annual Accounts Act. Our responsibility is to express a conclusion on this interim report based on our review. Scope of review We conducted our review in accordance with International Standard on Review Engagements ISRE 2410 Review of Interim Financial Information Performed by the Independent Auditor of the Entity. A review of interim financial information consists of making inquiries, primarily of persons responsible for financial and accounting matters, and applying analytical and other review procedures. A review is substantially less in scope than an audit conducted in accordance with International Standards on Auditing and other generally accepted auditing practices and consequently does not enable us to obtain assurance that we would become aware of all significant matters that might be identified in an audit. Accordingly, we do not express an audit opinion. Conclusion Based on our review, nothing has come to our attention that causes us to believe that the interim report is not prepared, in all material respects, for the Group in accordance with IAS 34 and the Annual Accounts Act, and for the Parent Company in accordance with the Annual Accounts Act. Västerås July 21, 2016 KPMG AB Helena Arvidsson Älgne Authorized Public Accountant Financial reports, summary Summary income statement for the Group Statement of comprehensive income for the Group Summary balance sheet for the group Statement of changes in Equity for the Group All shares, 18 034 058 pcs, are A-shares with equal voting rights. Summary cash flow statement for the Group Parent company development Parent company The parent company, AQ Group AB, focuses primarily on managing and developing the Group. As in previous years, the parent company's turnover consists almost exclusively of the sale of administrative services to subsidiaries. There are no purchases of any substance from subsidiaries. For the second quarter net sales was SEK 13.2 million (14.2) and operating profit (EBIT) was SEK 4.5 million (2.4). Net financial items were SEK 12 million (0) of which SEK 10 million are dividends from subsidiaries. Summary income statement for the Parent company Net financial items for the first six months of 2016 was SEK 14.1 million (1.7), of which SEK 10 million are dividends from subsidiaries and SEK 2.8 million is a profit from liquidation of the Norwegian subsidiary, AQ Wiring Systems AS. The parent company has received a repayment of purchase price of SEK 2 million for a company that was liquidated. In “other external expenses” there are costs included for the planned listing on Nasdaq Stockholm. Summary balance sheet for the Parent company The increase in financial fixed assets and interest bearing debts are due to the acquisition of Anton Kft. Notes Note 1. The drawing up of the interim report The summary interim report has been prepared in accordance with the Swedish Annual Accounts Act as well as IFRS, applying IAS 34, Interim Financial Reporting. The interim report for the parent company has been prepared in accordance with Swedish Annual Accounts Act, chapter 9 Interim report. For the group and the parent company the accounting and valuation principles applied are the same as used in the latest annual report. The total sum in tables and calculations do not always sum up of the parts due to rounding differences. The objective is that every interim row shall conform with the original source resulting in rounding differences. AS of July 3, 2016 ESMAs (European Securities And Markets Authority) “Guidelines – Alternative performance measures” are applied. In accordance with these guidelines information about financial numbers have been added that are not defined by IFRS. Note 2. Segment reporting The Group operates in two business segments: Component, which produces transformers, wiring systems, mechanical components, punched sheet metal and injection-moulded thermoplastics and System, which produces systems, power and automation solutions and assembles complete machines in close collaboration with the customers. For the segment Component the total net sales for the second quarter was SEK 723 million (589), of which SEK 659 million (537) is external sales. The increase is due to the acquisition of AQ Anton Kft. and many new business deals. For the segment System the totals net sales for the second quarter SEK 242 million (241), of which SEK 201 million (217) is external sales. Operating margin (EBIT) was in the second quarter SEK 64 million (48) for Component, which was SEK 16 million better than the same period last year. The reason for the results improvement of Component is mainly due to the acquisition of Anton Kft. Operating margin (EBIT) for System was SEK 21 million (16). Lower personnel costs in AQ Enclosure Systems AB due to reductions in force, have influenced EBIT positively both for System and Component. In the column ”Unallocated and eliminations” there are items which have not been allocated to the two segments, mainly real estate companies, parent company and group eliminations. Note 3. Personnel Number of employees (full time yearly equivalents) in the Group per country: Note 4. Acquisitions AQs strategy is to grow in all its business areas. Acquisitions during the last 6 months: Date              Acquisition                          Annual turnover, MSEK*    Number of employees* April 27, 2016  Magnetica Srl.                                              14                                        19 Italy                           Magnetica Technology D.o.o                       5                                        17 Serbia *Annual turnover and number of employees at time of acquisition On April 27, 2016 AQ Italy Srl acquired 100 % of the shares in the private company Magnetica S.r.l with its subsidiary in Serbia, Magnetica Technology D.o.o. The price was EUR 100, and in conjunction with the acquisition AQ Italy S.r.l. capitalized Magnetica S.r.l with EUR 500 thousand. The companies design and manufacture electromagnetic components and power suppliers. During the period May and June the two acquired companies contributed with SEK 3.3 million to the group’s sales and SEK -50 thousand to the group’s profit after tax. If the acquisition had taken place on January 1, management is estimating that the group’s turnover would have been SEK 10 million higher and the result SEK 300 thousand lower for the six months ending on June 30, 2016. The acquisition was made to obtain excellent competence in design of power supplies and small inductive components and also to obtain their interesting customers. The acquisition is expected to be a good complement to AQ’s business within inductive components. Effects of acquisitions first six months of 2016 (preliminary acquisition analysis) The acquired company’s net assets at time of acquisition: The acquired intangible assets are customer relations and patents. In the goodwill value there are synergy effects in the form of more efficient production processes and the technical competence of the employees. The goodwill is not expected to be tax deductible. No expenses related to the acquisition have materialised. This is a preliminary analysis and a deeper analysis of assets and debts is ongoing. There have been no divestments of companies during the period. Note 5. Financial instruments Financial instruments that are shown in the balance sheet include on the assets side mainly cash or cash equivalents, receivables from customers and other receivables. On the liabilities side they consist mainly of payables to suppliers, other payable and credit debts. Real value is not separately shown as it is our assessment that the values shown are an acceptable estimation of the real value because of the short terms. Real value of assets is established from market prices. The Group is only in exceptional cases using derivatives to reduce currency risks. As per June 30 the market value of the derivatives was SEK - 1.4 million (0) valued according to level 2. Note 6. Events after end of the reporting period Information about events after the end of the reporting period are presented on page 7. Note 7. Calculation of key figures and definitions AQ believes that the key figures presented is giving the reader relevant information, even in the cases where they are not defined according to IFRS. As the group historically have acquired companies, organic growth is used to show the part of growth that is not due to acquisitions. AQ in briefAQ is a leading supplier to demanding industrial customers and islisted on AktieTorget since year 2001. The Group consists main.ly of operatingcompanies each of which develop their special skills, and in cooperation withother companies, striving to provide cost effective solutions in closecooperation with the customer. The Group operates in two business segments:Component, which produces transformers, wiring systems, mechanical components,punched sheet metal and injection-moulded thermoplastics and System, whichproduces systems, power and automation solutions and assembles completemachines in close collaboration with the customers.The Group headquarter islocated in Västerås, Sweden. AQ has about 4,700 employees in Sweden, Bulgaria,China, Estonia, India, Italy, Lithuania, Mexico, Poland, Serbia, Thailand andHungary.In 2015 AQ had net sales of SEK 2.9 billion and a profit afterfinancial items (EBT) of about SEK 212 million. Since the Group started in1994 AQ has delivered positive results.AQ has the highest credit rating AAAaccording to Bisnode.

Hansa Medical Interim report April – June 2016

Second quarter in brief Business highlights›› US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) cleared Hansa Medical’s IND application for a study with IdeS in kidney transplantation ›› All patients are recruited and successfully desensitized in Swedish Phase II study with IdeS in kidney transplantation ›› Successful desensitization with IdeS in all recruited patients in ongoing US Phase II study with kidney transplantation ›› Hansa Medical appointed Henk Doude van Troostwijk as Vice President, Commercial Operations ›› Annual General Meeting elected Ulf Wiinberg as new chairman of the board and Angelica Loskog as new member of the board Significant events after the period›› Hansa Medical initiated a pivotal multicenter U.S. study with IdeS for treatment of refractory highly sensitized kidney patients ›› Hansa Medical acquired rights to cancer immunotherapy using antibody modulating enzymes Financial summary›› Net revenue for the group in Q2 amounted to MSEK 0.5 (0.5). YTD: MSEK 1.1 (4.4). ›› Operating result in Q2 was MSEK -30.7 (-22.5). YTD: MSEK -50.6 (-33.2). ›› Consolidated net result in Q2 was MSEK -30.7 (-22.5). YTD: MSEK -50.6 (-33.2). ›› Earnings per share before and after dilution in Q2 were SEK -0.95 (-0.70). YTD: SEK -1.56 (-1.11). ›› Cash position including short-term investments on June 30, 2016, of MSEK 133.7. CEO statementI am very pleased to report that all Phase II studies are progressing nicely as planned. The advancement includes the start of a Hansa sponsored multicenter study initiated at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. The IND clearance from the FDA sets the path towards product approval in the US. We are now about to start clinical studies with IdeS in other orphan indications and we will explore combination use in cancer immunotherapy. As previously announced, the Swedish study is now fully recruited. This, together with the interim results that we have been able to present, as well as encouraging progress of the investigator initiated study in the US, gives me great reason to be very optimistic about the future of our lead candidate IdeS. And of Hansa Medical. The FDA clearance of the IND and the start of a pivotal clinical study – HighdeS – in the US to evaluate the efficacy of IdeS in making highly sensitized kidney patients with positive crossmatches eligible for transplantation by removing donor specific antibodies are important milestones for Hansa Medical, which are two more benchmarks that are helping to define the path toward product approval. In June, Professor Stanley Jordan, who heads the investigator-sponsored Phase II clinical study at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, presented initial data from the trial at the 2016 American Transplant Congress in Boston. The data showed that IdeS completely eliminates donor specific antibodies and allows for kidney transplantation in all sensitized patients. All ten included patients have been successfully desensitized and subsequently transplanted. We are of course very encouraged by these results. Equally uplifting are the interim results from our Swedish Phase II clinical study, conducted at Uppsala University Hospital and Karolinska University Hospital, Huddinge. The study, which was fully recruited in the second quarter of this year, primarily evaluates safety and tolerability of IdeS in sensitized kidney transplantation patients. Dr. Tomas Lorant, who is the principal investigator, will present the results at the 26th International Congress of the Transplantation Society in Hong Kong in August of this year. In the abstract published ahead of the presentation, Dr. Lorant and co-authors conclude that IdeS treatment significantly reduced the level of HLA antibodies and eliminated complement (C1q) binding antibodies. Hansa Medical’s clinical development program of IdeS is currently focused on treatment prior to kidney transplantation, but our vision is to establish IdeS as an IgG-eliminating therapy in several IgG-driven autoimmune diseases and in several sub-sets of transplant indications. The effective and fast IgG-cleaving mode-of-action makes treatment with IdeS highly relevant to evaluating the efficacy and safety in many IgG-driven rare autoimmune indications. The three acute conditions TTP (Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura), GBS (Guillain-Barré syndrome) and anti-GBM disease are among a number of diseases in which it is relevant to evaluate the treatment potential of IdeS. We aim to initiate Phase II clinical studies for proof-of-concept in these devastating acute conditions, starting with TTP. Our preclinical programs are progressing nicely as well. Under the project name NiceR (Novel immunoglobulin cleaving enzymes for Repeat dosing) we are developing completely new IgG-degrading enzymes aimed for repeat dosing in autoimmune diseases. Further on, EndoS is an enzyme that modulates IgG antibodies by cleaving the important Fc bound glycan in IgG. EndoS has proven effective in a range of autoimmune preclinical models and confirmatory mechanistic studies are ongoing as well as preparations for toxicology studies. EnzE - Enzyme based antibody Enhancement – is a recently added development program. Preclinical research performed at the University of Oxford indicated that using IdeS or EndoS prior to an antibody based cancer immunotherapy, like anti-CD20 in the treatment of lymphoma and leukemia, has the potential to increase the efficacy and improve outcome for patients suffering from cancer diseases. Our researchers have independently verified and extended the research findings on the EnzE concept and in July 2016, we subsequently acquired all patent rights to these findings through the acquisition of UK-based Immago Biosystems. Taken together, these research programs give me great hope for an exciting time ahead of us. We plan to share more details on all these programs when we host our annual Capital Markets Day later this year. More information regarding our annual Capital Markets Day will follow. At the Annual General Meeting on May 11, Ulf Wiinberg and Angelica Loskog were elected new board members. Ulf, who was elected new chairman, and Angelica bring both strength and expertise to the company. Over the last twelve months, we have continued to build a strong team at Hansa Medical. We are now 21 employees in all, and plan to add more competence to the organization, as we get closer to the commercialization phase. In the second quarter, we appointed Henk Doude van Troostwijk as Vice President of Commercial Operations. His focus includes creating market access, pricing and reimbursement strategies for the company. The appointment of Henk comes at a deciding time when we have passed several important scientific milestones on our road to take product to market. This will benefit all our stakeholders, not the least the patients. Göran ArvidsonPresident and CEO of Hansa Medical The information in this interim report is disclosed pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation and the Securities Markets Act. The information was released for public disclosure through the agency of the contact person below on July 21 2016, at 08.30 CET.

Interim report January – June 2016

Significant investments in technology and capacity  · Net sales increased by 17 % to 307.6 (262.0) MSEK · Operating income amounted to 4.1 (23.5) MSEK · Net income amounted to 9.8 (16.7) MSEK · Earnings per share amounted to 0.47 (0.82) SEK · 28 (23) systems were delivered in the period · Order intake amounted to 15 (17) EBM systems For the second quarter: · Net sales amounted to 147.7 (150.6) MSEK · Operating income amounted to -4.8 (19.7) MSEK · Net income amounted to 1.5 (12.4) MSEK · 14 (14) EBM systems were delivered in the second quarter · Order intake amounted to 9 (7) systems Significant investments in technology and capacity  The Arcam Group continues to grow and during the first six months the increase in sales was 17%. Sales for the period increased to 307.6 (262.0) MSEK and trailing twelve month sales amounts to 621.7 (490.0) MSEK. Operating income for the period was 4.1 (23.5) MSEK and trailing twelve month operating income amounts to 30.7 (49.0) MSEK. In the first 6 months we increased our delivery pace and we delivered 28 (23) EBM systems. The last twelve months we thus delivered 56 systems. Our metal powder manufacturer AP&C more than doubled its order intake compared to the same period 2015. In May we decided to add significant capacity by building a new powder manufacturing plant in Montreal. We continue to pursue and develop our long-term strategy to industrialize the EBM technology and simultaneously developing the metal powder manufacturing and contract manufacturing business. We invest significantly in technology, marketing and manufacturing capacity to meet our customers’ demands and growing expectations on productivity and reliability. Business status During the second quarter we delivered 14 EBM systems and the majority went to customers in the implant or the aerospace industry. The demand for EBM systems is driven by how quickly our customers in the aerospace and implant industry are moving towards production, a process that is dependent on both technical and commercial factors. In the period we received 9 new orders and the order book by the end of the quarter amounts to 14 systems. One of our new clients is the US based implant manufacturer Exactech. They produce EBM implants via a contract manufacturer since 2010 and they have decided to build its own manufacturing operation and placed an order of 2 EBM systems.  During the quarter Arcam Q10plus and Arcam Q20plus were launched. The new systems are a significantly enhanced generation of the Arcam Q-series EBM systems for Additive Manufacturing. Arcam Qplus offers up to 25% higher productivity with significantly improved surface finish and precision. With Qplus Arcam also introduces Arcam xQam™, an X-ray based function for high precision auto-calibration and improved beam control. To meet the growing demand for AP&C’s high quality titanium powder for Additive Manufacturing, we continue to add significant capacity by building a new powder manufacturing plant. During the second quarter a new powder reactor was taken into account. Thus AP&C now has 6 reactors in operation, and we plan to have 8 reactors operating in our present plant Montreal by the end of this year. In May we also decided to increase further the capacity by building a new powder manufacturing plant outside Montreal, Canada. The investment is initially for 23 MCAD and we have through an agreement with Investissement Quebec received a total of 11.5 MCAD in loans and grants, of which 10 MCAD in interest-free loans and 1.5 MCAD in grants. The new facility will provide manufacturing redundancy, short term capacity increase and long term expansion capability. The new capacity increase follows on significant growth in 2015 and 2016 and a surge in demand for AP&C’s high quality titanium powders for additive manufacturing. With the present build-out AP&C will reach a capacity of at least 750 tons per year. The new plant will be built in modules and can in the long run be extended so that we reach a combined total capacity of over 1,200 tons per year in both production plants. Since February our contract manufacturer DiSanto has a new management. The business continues to be burdened by weak sales for implants made with traditional technology. In the period several new customer projects for EBM manufactured implants have been added. Revenues from this part of the business is increasing but is still not compensating for the weak sales within traditionally manufactured implants. Hence, we have in the period written down the parent company holding in DiSanto with 28 MSEK. This has no effect on the consolidated numbers for the group.  Strengthened organization During the first half of the year, we strengthened our sales and support organization in Germany, Italy and in the USA with new sales people in the field and a strengthened sales management. A new sales office in Stuttgart will initially drive sales in Germany and in the future also serve as a local support office. The operation is led by Peter Jain, who has a solid background in the machine tool industry. On the important Italian market, we have strengthened the organization with local management where our former agent Fausto Asvisio now works full time for us. The office in Turin is responsible for sales and service and is working close to our important customers in Italy. With 14 machines in order, a stable aftermarket and a fast growing market for AM metal powders we are well positioned for a positive development in 2016. Mölndal, July 21, 2016 Magnus René, President and CEO This report contains information that Arcam AB is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication at 08.30 CEST on July 21, 2016. Telephone conference with CEO Magnus René and CFO Johan Brandt July 21, 2016 at 2.00 p.m. (CEST) Phone number to the conference: SE: +46 8 566 426 90UK: +44 203 008 98 19US: +1 855 753 22 35 Link to presentation: Arcam Q2 conference call (http://event.onlineseminarsolutions.com/r.htm?e=1210170&s=1&k=C8B472C5FFE9D6FFC37F8577CB44D4D3)

Combitech’s interim report for January-June 2016

Highlights of the second quarter of 2016:  · Combitech is collaborating with Volvo on a research and development project on autonomous transport systems. In May a self-driving truck was demonstrated for the first time for a broader audience. The special truck that has now been developed is one of several research projects taking place that aim to develop and test various aspects of autonomous solutions. · On 27 April Combitech held its first Techxperience Day, which attracted a large number of decision-makers from Swedish industry. The theme was the digital industrial company, and Combitech offered inspiration and practical examples that companies can utilise during their own digital transformation. · Combitech has received an order from The Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV) concerning the Swedish Armed Forces’ telecommunications network. This framework order runs for three years, with a two + two-year extension option. The order involves assignments within the sub-areas of systems work, network planning, telephony, data communications, naval integration, network monitoring and transmission. · Sales in the first half of 2016 were SEK 893 million, which is an increase compared with the same period in 2015. The number of employees totalled 1,394. “We are seeing very positive development on the market right now, with high demand, particularly in Sweden. Our capacity utilisation is high and there is a great need to recruit new employees,” says Hans Torin, CEO of Combitech.   KEY FIGURES, JANUARY-JUNE 2016:  Order situation   The order intake in the first six months was SEK 1,156 million, an increase of 35 per cent compared with the same period last year. The order intake has been influenced predominantly by multi-year orders from FMV.  Sales revenues  Sales revenues were SEK 893 million (SEK 862 million), an increase of 3.6 per cent compared with the same period in 2015. The increase in sales is organic.   Earnings and margin  Operating profit (EBIT) was SEK 77 million, a significant increase compared with the same period last year (SEK 54 million). The operating margin was 8.6 (6.3) per cent. The increased operating margin is due to increased demand and an increased utilisation rate, primarily in Sweden, but also to an improved result in Norway.   Operating cash flow  Operating cash flow was SEK 92 million, which is significantly higher than in the year-before period (SEK 66 million). The differences between the years are due to improved profitability as well as reduced capital tied up in trade receivables. 

Vattenfall’s first half 2016: Stable operations – impairments due to tough market situation

January–June summary: · Net sales of SEK 34,482 million (36,115) for the second quarter and SEK 80,411 million (81,492) for the first half of the year · Underlying operating profit of SEK 2,907 million (2,966) for the second quarter and SEK 11,044 million (10,703) for the first half of the year · Profit after tax of SEK -28,644 million (-28,812) for the second quarter and SEK -22,042 million (-23,825) for the first half of the year · Electricity generation of 39.9 TWh (39.7) for the second quarter and 88.7 TWh (86.1) for the first half of the year CEO’s comments:“The first half of the year was characterized by stability in Vattenfall’s operations and a number of important events in our external operating environment that affect the company, such as the Swedish energy agreement. But the business situation remains tough, with low electricity prices and essentially unchanged market volumes. Against this background, it is nevertheless gratifying to report a slightly improved underlying operating profit of SEK 11 billion for the first half of the year,” says Magnus Hall. The market situation has given rise to a need to recognise impairments – mainly for fossil assets – for a total of SEK 30 billion. Of the impairments, SEK 21 billion is attributable to Vattenfall’s lignite operations. The negative effect would have been even greater if Vattenfall were to hold and continue running the operations, as this would have resulted in larger impairments already in this interim reporting period.“Through the sale we have clarified Vattenfall’s future focus on delivering what customers want in the form of electricity and heat based on a larger share of renewable production. Germany continues to be one of Vattenfall’s most important markets, with operations in all core business areas”, says Magnus Hall.As part of Vattenfall’s growth strategy for renewable production, Vattenfall has decided to invest more than SEK 3 billion in a new offshore wind farm off the coast of Aberdeen in the UK.Vattenfall has also decided to invest in measures to ensure the long-term operation of the nuclear reactors at Forsmark, and currently reviewing the prospects for reactors 3 and 4 at Ringhals. This investment has been made possible by the phase-out of the nuclear capacity tax provided for under the Swedish energy agreement.“We are continuing our work to transform Vattenfall into a significant player in the new energy landscape in which the focus is on the customer. Hard work combined with growth in several areas and continued efficiency improvements will lead us in the right direction.”says Magnus Hall.Vattenfall discloses this information pursuant to the Swedish Securities Market Act.Issued by Vattenfall’s Press Office, telephone: +46-8-739 50 10, e-mail: press@vattenfall.com.The full interim report and other information is available at: corporate.vattenfall.se.Vattenfall is a Swedish, state owned, energy company with 28,000 employees with operations in Sweden, Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, UK and Finland. Vattenfall supports the transition to a renewable energy system and has the objective to become leading in sustainable energy production and thereby secure a reliable and cost effective energy supply.

Darude soundtracks the biggest update ever to the original Angry Birds

The original Angry Birds is getting its biggest update ever since the game first hatched back in 2009 -- with the help of Darude, the Finnish DJ and music producer whose 1999 hit “Sandstorm” is probably recognisable to anyone who’s ever been to a professional sporting event, watched TV, used the Internet, or is alive.  Enter the all-new-and-birdified Mighty League Anthem (Sandstorm Remix), a wing-pumping twist on the trance classic that soundtracks The Mighty League, the ultimate test of classical bird slinging acumen. Players can join directly from the main screen of their existing Angry Birds home screen and compete against average level scores by other players. Three different levels are available to play in everyday, drawn from existing episodes.  But there’s a catch: Players need to work their way through six leagues to make it to the top tier. Relegation to lower leagues awaits those who can’t beat the average and raise their game to the next level. Tough, but it’s a pig-eat-egg world out there!  “I feel honored to be playing a part in the Finnish global phenomenon that the Angry Birds have become,” says Darude. “Making the Sandstorm remix for Angry Birds Mighty League was probably the most giggle-inducing bunch of studio sessions I’ve ever done.”   “The original Angry Birds has now become a lot more social with the Mighty League,” says Wilhelm Taht, Rovio’s Head of Games. “And what better way to update one Finnish classic than with another? Darude’s Sandstorm and the original Angry Birds go together like midnight sun and liquorice ice cream.”  With this update, the original Angry Birds is now free to download and play. Players also get three free daily tickets to enter The Mighty League competition -- more daily entries require an in-app-purchase. However, fans can still fly solo in non-league play and continue to master the hundreds of levels of the original forever, with no purchases necessary. So pick up that slingshot and get back to pig-popping basics!  Check out the game trailer with Mighty League Anthem here (http://rov.io/MightyLeague).  Rovio Entertainment Media Inquiries contact: Kaisu Karvala VP Communications & PR +358 40 5715990 kaisu.karvala@rovio.com Darude Media Inquiries contact:  Vass Urban Rebel PR E: vass@uranrebelpr.com T: +44(0)161 298 6650 Darude Media Inquiries in Finland: Nora Norrlin Liekki Promotion E: nora.norrlin@liekkipromotion.com T: +358 40 846 0116 Darude links:  www.darude.com | www.facebook.com/darude | www.instagram.com/darudevil | www.twitter.com/Darudevil

The two partially owned subsidiaries of Misen Energy AB (publ) received the Request for Arbitration from PJSC Ukrgasvydobuvannya

Misen Enterprises AB and LLC Karpatygaz, the two partially owned subsidiaries of Misen Energy AB (publ), received the Request for Arbitration from the Public Joint Stock Company Ukrgasvydobuvannya (“PJSC Ukrgasvydobuvannya”) on 18 July 2016. PJSC Ukrgasvydobuvannya submitted the Request for Arbitration to the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce and requests termination of Joint Activities Agreement No. 3 dated 10 June 2002 (as further amended) between PJSC Ukrgasvydobuvannya, LLC Karpatygaz and Misen Enterprises AB. The two partially owned subsidiaries of Misen Energy AB (publ) have previously notified PJSC Ukrgasvydobuvannya that a dispute had arisen between them, therefore, the claims of PJSC Ukrgasvydobuvannya and the subsequent Request for Arbitration were anticipated. Karpatygaz LLC and Misen Enterprises AB will participate in the arbitration proceeding and will vigorously defend the legitimate interests of their investors. In accordance to the SCC statistics for 2015 (http://www.sccinstitute.com/statistics/), the majority of the SCC cases were completed within 6-12 months from the date of registration of a case with the SCC. This arbitration proceeding has no immediate impact on Misen Enterprises’ AB and LLC Karpatygaz’s business in Ukraine. Misen Energy AB (publ) will constantly update the market on the further developments of the arbitration proceeding.

NetEnt brings home the bacon with new release When Pigs Fly

The excitement builds with each spin on the 5-reel, 3-row, 45-line video slot, as the music grows louder and the animation increasingly lively each time the reels go round. With wild substitutions, re-spins and free spins all adding to the experience, along with an incredible 3,125 different winning combinations, When Pigs Fly is one of NetEnt’s most enjoyable games yet! Simon Hammon, Chief Product Officer of NetEnt, comments: “NetEnt delivers innovative, unique themes and When Pigs Fly is just another example of a game that really stands out from the crowd. With music and animation that amplifies each time the reels spin, the game gets even more exciting as players continue to play.” View game demo (https://youtu.be/AhiLHi7QDpo)   For additional information please contact:Simon Hammon, Chief Product Officer NetEnt, Phone +356 2276 8145simon.hammon@netent.comMarianne Eklund, PR Manager NetEnt, Phone +46 760 024 808marianne.eklund@netent.com    About NetEnt  NetEnt AB (publ) is a leading digital entertainment company, providing premium gaming solutions to the world’s most successful online casino operators. Since its inception in 1996, NetEnt has been a true pioneer in driving the market with thrilling games powered by their cutting-edge platform. With innovation at its core, NetEnt is committed to helping customers stay ahead of the competition. NetEnt is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm (NET-B), employs 750 people and has offices in Stockholm, Malta, Kiev, Gothenburg, New Jersey, Krakow and Gibraltar. www.netent.com 

Loomis AB to publish Interim Report on Friday July 29, 2016

8.00 a.m. (CEST) - Report release The report will be sent as a press release from Cision (www.cision.se) and will automatically be published on www.loomis.com when released. 8:30 a.m. (CEST) - Presentation slides available For presentation slides, follow the link www.loomis.com/investors/reports&presentations (http://www.loomis.com/en/Investors/Reports--presentations/2016/)  9.30 a.m. (CEST) - The information meeting starts Loomis President and CEO Patrik Andersson to present the report and answer questions.Venue: Sveavägen 20, 2nd floor, Stockholm, Sweden. No pre-registration. To follow the information meeting via telephone (and participate in Q&A session) please callUK: 08006940257 (FreeCall), 08444933800 (LocalCall) or +44 (0) 1452 555566 (International) USA: 18669669439 (FreeCall) or 16315107498 (LocalCall)Sweden: 0200890171 (FreeCall) or 08-50336434 (LocalCall). To follow the web cast of the information meeting, please follow this link (http://media.fronto.com/cloud/loomis/160729/). The link is also available at our website, www.loomis.com/investors/reports&presentations (http://www.loomis.com/en/Investors/Reports--presentations/2016/)  Recorded versions A recorded version of the web cast will be available at www.loomis.com/investors/reports&presentations (http://www.loomis.com/en/Investors/Reports--presentations/2016/) after the information meeting and a telephone-recorded version of the information meeting will be available until August 12th at 12:30 CEST on number:UK: 08009531533 (FreeCall), 08443386600 (LocalCall) or +44 (0) 1452550000 (International),USA: 1 (866) 247-4222Sweden: 08-50635742 (LocalCall). Conference ID number: 50648336. Subscribe to press releases and financial information To receive press releases and financial reports from Loomis, please follow the link www.loomis.com/investors/reports&presentations (http://www.loomis.com/en/Investors/Reports--presentations/2016/) and follow the instructions. July 21, 2016                                         

Fair-trade fashion gets an injection of funk with the arrival of Crepe Records

Although interest in sustainable fashion is something that is rising in popular culture, alongside a growing shift towards responsible purchasing of many consumer products, it can be hard to find ethically produced clothing that doesn’t fall into a stereotypical image. Music inspired clothing line Crepe Records offers a funky and fresh alternative to fair trade style with a range of vibrant, creatively designed T-shirts available for men and women. A typecast image of ‘eco clothing’ has formed that is now associated with most ethical fashion and is increasingly hard to shift, yet many customers with contemporary style yearn for a sustainable wardrobe with more image options to choose from. As Crepe Records arrives, a selection of hand-printed, ethical clothing in a range of eye-catching designs and colours is now available for those who want sustainability without sacrificing their personal style preferences. Manisha Davidson, designer, DJ and co-founder of Crepe Records commented “Ethics is important to us and is at the heart of our brand, but so is the quest for urban and contemporary style. Unfortunately many fashion brands that produce clothing sourced from ethical materials tend to fall into a similar sub-culture style option, focusing on muted tones and alternative type designs. We love these clothes, however we feel it is not representative of the growing market that is now looking to buy clothing of this type. Interest in ethical fashion has branched out from its niche, subculture roots to be something that more and more of us are interested in.” Davidson continued, “There is no reason why clothes that are produced in an ethical way should be limited to one type of style, or look any different from the outfits that you already love to wear. That’s why we’ve designed a range of bold and vibrant contemporary pieces at Crepe Records that don’t fall in to this stereotype, helping to make ethical fashion accessible, while also normalizing the process to more young people.” Crepe Records proactively seek to work with companies that are socially responsible, and all materials used to make the capsule collection of T-shirts and scarves are sourced from like-minded providers. Each hand drawn design, featuring characters inspired by real people that co-owner Manisha Davidson has met on her musical travels and is screen printed by hand in London. The range spans a variety of colours, with every responsibly sourced T-shirt being chosen for their quality of fit and feel. The music that inspires the T-shirt designs can also be discovered online, as creative co-owner Manisha Davidson updates the Crepe Records blog regularly with mixes and track recommendations, as well as music infused fashion tips. Browse the range of funk-filled fair trade fashion online at https://www.creperecords.com 

Poolia Interim Report 1 January – 30 June 2016

Quarterly period April-June, continuing operationsReported revenue, earnings, cash flow and financial ratios relate to continuing operations, and do not include Poolia UK.   · Revenue amounted to SEK 201.9 (187.0) million, an increase of 8%.   · Operating profit amounted to SEK 7.9 (1.4) million, with an operating margin of 3.9% (0.8%).   · Profit before tax was SEK 6.5 (1.3) million.  · Profit after tax was SEK 4.4 (0.9) million.   · Earnings per share amounted to SEK 0.26 (0.06).   · Cash flow from operations for the quarter was SEK 1.5 (0.6) million.  Discontinued operations · Profit/loss from discontinued operations was SEK 0.0 (0.0) million in the second quarter and SEK -1.4 (0.0) million in the period January-June.  · Cash flow from discontinued operations for the period January-June was SEK -0.2 (0.0) million. Interim period January-June, continuing operationsReported revenue, earnings, cash flow and financial ratios relate to continuing operations, and do not include Poolia UK.   · Revenue amounted to SEK 402.2 (369.2) million, an increase of 9%.   · Operating profit amounted to SEK 8.3 (4.9) million, with an operating margin of 2.1% (1.3%).   · Profit before tax was SEK 6.9 (4.8) million.  · Profit after tax was SEK 4.4 (3.3) million.   · Earnings per share amounted to SEK 0.26 (0.20).   · Cash flow from operations for the period was SEK -9.9 (0.3) million.  · The equity/assets ratio ended the period at 29.5% (30.4%), and the Group’s equity per share was SEK 4.16 (4.11). 

Stora Enso Interim Report January–June 2016

STORA ENSO OYJ, Helsinki, FinlandHALF YEAR FINANCIAL REPORT 21 July at 13.00 EEST Q2/2016 (compared with Q2/2015) ·  Sales EUR 2 526 (EUR 2 562) million decreased 1.4%. Sales excluding the structurally declining paper business and divested Barcelona Mill increased 3.6%, primarily due to the ramp-up of Varkaus kraftliner mill and additional volumes from Ostrołęka containerboard mill. ·  Operational EBIT increased 9.2% to EUR 226 (EUR 207) million, including a bad debt provision of EUR 6 million in the Paper division, lower variable costs, and a positive net currency impact. The EBIT margin was 8.9% (8.1%). ·  EPS EUR 0.16 (EUR 0.17) ·  Cash flow from operations record high at EUR 493 (EUR 489) million, due to increased operational EBITDA and release of working capital; cash flow after investing activities was EUR 321 (EUR 261) million. ·  Continued strengthening of the balance sheet; net debt to operational EBITDA 2.3 (2.7) despite dividend payment; liquidity reduced to EUR 511 (EUR 986) million, as planned. ·  Operational ROCE 10.3% (9.4%), operational ROCE excluding the Beihai Mill investment 12.5% (10.9%). Q2/2016 (compared with Q1/2016) ·  Sales improved 3.3%. Sales excluding the structurally declining paper business increased 5.8%, mainly due to higher consumer board sales. · Operational EBIT decreased 8.9%, mainly due to the higher maintenance impact of EUR 28 million. Q1–Q2/2016 (compared with Q1–Q2/2015) ·  Sales at EUR 4 971 million declined 1.6%. Sales excluding the structurally declining paper business and divested Barcelona Mill increased 3.0%. · Operational EBIT at EUR 474 million increased 11.0%, mainly due to lower variable costs, and net currency impact. Transformation  ·  Beihai consumer board mill in China started up in May and is ramping up ahead of plan. The machine is expected to reach full production within 18‒24 months.  ·  Varkaus kraftliner mill ramp-up is proceeding and customer qualifications have progressed well. Full production is expected during the first half of 2017. ·  The new production line for wooden building components at Varkaus Mill (LVL) started up in June 2016. Full production is expected in mid-2018. ·  Plans to divest Kabel magazine paper mill in Germany announced in June. ·  Divestment of the Suzhou mill site in China announced and paper production ceased in June.  · Stora Enso divested its 33.33% ownership in the Swedish recycled materials company IL Recycling AB in June. Outlook for Q3/2016 Q3/2016 sales are estimated to be similar to or slightly lower than the amount of EUR 2 526 million, and operational EBIT is expected to be in line with or somewhat lower than the EUR 226 million recorded in Q2/2016. These estimates include the negative impacts of the scheduled annual maintenance shutdowns and Beihai Mill start-up, which are estimated to be approximately EUR 30 million and EUR 16 million higher than in Q2/2016 respectively. Stora Enso's CEO Karl-Henrik Sundström comments on the second quarter 2016 results: “In the second quarter of 2016, sales excluding the structurally declining paper business and the divested Consumer Board Barcelona Mill increased 3.6% compared to the same quarter last year. This was primarily due to the ramp-up of Varkaus kraftliner mill and additional volumes from the Ostrołęka containerboard mill. Cash flow year-on-year was record high, due to higher profitability and release of working capital. This quarter we have stepped up a gear in our transformation to a renewable materials growth company. We have taken a major leap forward and many parts of the puzzle are falling into place. We are now ready for the next chapter in our transformation journey. The consumer board machine at Beihai Mill in China successfully started production, ahead of plan, which is an historical milestone for us. Our aim is to benefit from the growing demand in China and Asia Pacific for high-quality consumer board. One of the key end products from Beihai Mill will be Liquid Packaging Board, of which more than 80 per cent today is imported to China. In June, production started at our new production line in Varkaus Mill in Finland, which makes wooden building components. The new laminated veneer lumber (LVL) line will meet the growing need for sustainable, high quality engineered wooden elements. We are also assessing the feasibility of building a cross-laminated timber (CLT) production unit in connection to Gruvön Mill in Sweden. This would support our ambition to capture market share from non-renewable materials in the construction sector. Also in accordance with our transformation into a renewable materials growth company, we will divest our Kabel magazine paper mill in Germany. Furthermore, we have announced closure of our Suzhou paper mill and divestment of the site in China. In Sweden, we have divested our 33.33% ownership in the Swedish recycled materials company IL Recycling, as our need for paper for recycling in Sweden has decreased during the past years. We continue to invest for growth and strengthened competitiveness. To further enhance our position as a leading global supplier of premium paperboards, we are investing EUR 70 million in Imatra Mills in Finland. This is to increase coating capacity and allow further product development of the new generation bio-barriers. Customer demand for food service board and liquid packaging board is estimated to grow above industry average. Furthermore, to meet the growing demand in the hygiene market, we will invest EUR 26.5 million in Skutskär pulp mill to increase the mill’s fluff capacity. To strengthen our bio-based chemicals development, we have signed a joint technology development agreement with specialty chemicals company Rennovia Inc. This is a logical next step for us as we are targeting new markets and developing new products in this area. The commercialisation of lignin from Sunila Mill in Finland is going forward and the first customer agreement has been signed. During the quarter, we have also successfully completed a Eurobond refinancing. I am very pleased that we have entered into a strategic partnership with Aalto University, Chalmers University of Technology and the Royal Institute of Technology. This collaboration with leading engineering universities will allow us to further advance our positions in the field of innovation. The priority competence areas for research collaboration are bio-based chemistry, design, digitalisation, material science and process solutions. When it comes to outlook for the third quarter of 2016, sales are estimated to be similar to or slightly lower than the amount of EUR 2 526 million, and operational EBIT is expected to be in line with or somewhat lower than the EUR 226 million recorded in second quarter of 2016. These estimates include the negative impacts of the scheduled annual maintenance shutdowns and Beihai Mill start-up, which are estimated to be approximately EUR 30 million and EUR 16 million higher than in Q2/2016 respectively. As always, I would like to thank our customers for their business, our employees for their dedication and our investors for their trust.” Karl-Henrik Sundström, CEO  KEY FIGURES EUR million Q2/16 Q2/15 Change Q1/16 Change Q1–Q2/ Q1–Q2/ Change 2015 % % % Q1   Q2/16   Q2/16 -Q2/16– 16 15   Q1 – – -Q2/15   Q2/15   Q1/16 Sales 2 526 2 562 -1.4% 2 445 3.3% 4 971 5 053 -1.6% 10 040Operational 333 318 4.7% 356 -6.5% 689 658 4.7% 1 352EBITDAOperational 226 207 9.2% 248 -8.9% 474 427 11.0% 915EBITOperational 8.9% 8.1% 10.1% 9.5% 8.5% 9.1%EBITmarginOperating 248 214 15.9% 194 27.8% 442 429 3.0% 1 059profit(IFRS)Profit before 112 156 -28.2% 183 -38.8% 295 310 -4.8% 1 048tax  excl. itemsaffectingcomparability(IAC)Profit before 149 148 0.7% 155 -3.9% 304 310 -1.9% 814taxNet profit 118 123 -4.1% 114 3.5% 232 252 -7.9% 783for theperiodNet interest 3 178 3 479 -8.7% 3 185 -0.2% 3 178 3 479 -8.7% 3 240-bearingliabilitiesOperational 10.3% 9.4% 11.3% 10.8% 9.9% 10.6%ROCEEarnings per 0.12 0.18 0.19 0.31 0.33 1.24share(EPS), excl.IAC,  EUREPS (basic), 0.16 0.17 0.15 0.31 0.33 1.02EURDebt/equity 0.58 0.70 0.58 0.58 0.70 0.60ratioFixed costs 25.4% 25.5% 24.4% 24.9% 24.7% 25.0%to salesAverage 26 27 -4.0% 25 2.2% 25 26 -4.0% 26number of 088 173 521 911 999 783employeesTRI rate 13.3 10.4 27.9% 12.0* 10.8% 12.7 10.3 23.3% 11.0LTA rate 5.0 4.2 19.0% 3.9* 28.2% 4.4 4.4 0.0% 4.7 TRI (Total recordable incidents) rate = number of incidents per one million hours worked.LTA (Lost-time accident) rate = number of lost-time accidents per one million hours worked.* Recalculated due to additional data after the Q1 interim report. EVENTS TODAY1) Webcast for media at 13.30 EEST (12.30 CEST)The webcast for media will be held in English and it will be hosted by CEO Karl-Henrik Sundström and CFO Seppo Parvi. The webcast may be accessed at https://storaenso.videosync.fi/2016-07-21-q2  2) Webcast and conference call for analysts and investors at 15.00 EEST (14.00 CEST, 13.00 BST, 08.00 EDT)The webcast and conference call for analysts and investors will be hosted by CEO Karl-Henrik Sundström, CFO Seppo Parvi, and SVP Head of Investor Relations Ulla Paajanen-Sainio, and may be accessed at http://edge.media-server.com/m/p/yqmjfqrw. Those analysts and investors who wish to ask questions should join the conference call (details below). All participants can follow the presentation over the webcast. Analyst and investor conference call dial-in details at 15.00 EEST UK                 +44(0)20 3427 1912Finland           +358 (0)9 6937 9543Sweden          +46 (0)8 5033 6538USA               +1 646 254 3388Confirmation Code:               9814120 The links to the webcasts are also available on the Stora Enso website: storaenso.com/investors (http://www.storaenso.com/investors)For further information, please contact:Seppo Parvi, CFO, tel. +358 2046 21205Ulla Paajanen-Sainio, SVP, Investor Relations, tel. +358 40 763 8767Ulrika Lilja, EVP, Communications, tel. +46 72 221 9228Stora Enso’s third quarter 2016 results will be published on 25 October 2016.Stora Enso is a leading provider of renewable solutions in packaging, biomaterials, wooden constructions and paper on global markets. Our aim is to replace fossil based materials by innovating and developing new products and services based on wood and other renewable materials. We employ some 26 000 people in more than 35 countries, and our sales in 2015 were EUR 10.0 billion. Stora Enso shares are listed on Nasdaq Helsinki (STEAV, STERV) and Nasdaq Stockholm (STE A, STE R). In addition, the shares are traded in the USA as ADRs (SEOAY) on the International OTCQX over-the-counter market. storaenso.com (http://www.storaenso.com)/investors  It should be noted that certain statements herein which are not historical facts, including, without limitation those regarding expectations for market growth and developments; expectations for growth and profitability; and statements preceded by “believes”, “expects”, “anticipates”, “foresees”, or similar expressions, are forward-looking statements within the meaning of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Since these statements are based on current plans, estimates and projections, they involve risks and uncertainties, which may cause actual results to materially differ from those expressed in such forward-looking statements. Such factors include, but are not limited to: (1) operating factors such as continued success of manufacturing activities and the achievement of efficiencies therein, continued success of product development, acceptance of new products or services by the Group’s targeted customers, success of the existing and future collaboration arrangements, changes in business strategy or development plans or targets, changes in the degree of protection created by the Group’s patents and other intellectual property rights, the availability of capital on acceptable terms; (2) industry conditions, such as strength of product demand, intensity of competition, prevailing and future global market prices for the Group’s products and the pricing pressures thereto, price fluctuations in raw materials, financial condition of the customers and the competitors of the Group, the potential introduction of competing products and technologies by competitors; and (3) general economic conditions, such as rates of economic growth in the Group’s principal geographic markets or fluctuations in exchange and interest rates.STORA ENSO OYJ

Christie Boxer projectors and Sono wrap the Monastery of San Esteban in Salamanca in images

In 1524, the Dominican Order built the Monastery of San Esteban in Salamanca, a building combining Gothic and Baroque styles and a genuinely stunning Plateresque facade. Not far short of its 500th anniversary, this was the facade mapped for the Festival de Luz y Vanguardias (http://luzyvanguardias.com/) held for the first time this year, using the city’s most iconic monuments as impromptu screens. Three Christie Boxer 4K30 (https://www.christiedigital.com/emea/business/products/projectors/3-chip-dlp/boxer-series) projectors, managed by the rental and staging company Sono (http://sono.es/), powered no less than 90,000 lumens to create a spectacular mapping projection on the monastery. At the helm of the technical production was José Luis Iglesias, director of events company Heavents (http://s485313996.web-inicial.es/), who brought on board Sono as the event’s audiovisual supplier. Sono facilitated the rental of the audiovisual equipment, the adjustment of the video projections, the mounting and technical assistance to cover the various spaces employed for the festival. Daylight by the artist Anna Barriball was projected on the façade of the Monastery of San Esteban. The work showed the shadows of leaves trembling and swaying in real time, coming in and out of focus. The façade of the monastery was completely taken over by nature, transforming its essence and interacting with the exuberant vegetation of the trees surrounding it. The projection surface measured 17 x 21.9 metres, making for a total of 335 square metres. Sono decided to use the Boxers because of their light output, given that the projection called for at least 200 lumens per square metre. The three projectors were mounted on a Layher scaffolding system at a projection distance of 40 metres. Each one covered a part of the façade, which meant edge blending was brought into play. The playback system used was Watchout, working at a total resolution of 1700 x 2190. “I have to say that the projectors were flawless, without the slightest hitch”, enthused David Redondo, project manager at Sono. “We are really happy with this product. The quality of the image and its features, coupled with the low weight and size, put it at the top of its class”, he added. Sono’s technical team discovered Boxer during a trip to the Christie factory in Kitchener, Canada, where they were immediately won over by its functions: “No other projector of this quality has a 4096 x 2160 native panel, 30,000 lumens and weighs just 68 kilos”, explained Francesc Comabella, technical director at Sono. “In addition, it is 360-degree omnidirectional, so it can be used in any position. It also has other interesting features, like the multi-lamp system, low energy consumption, built-in warping and blending and signal processing. And on top of all that, it is really easy to handle.” He went on to add that “in the rental market there are not many top quality projectors with these features that can be mounted by two people. You have to bear in mind that if you need four people or a crane during installation, then there is a knock-on effect on the price.” The Christie Boxer 4K30, which comes with 3DLP® technology and built-in Christie TruLife™ (https://www.christiedigital.com/emea/display-technology/trulife-electronics-platform) image processor to ensure the most realistic and clearest image possible, has won six awards since its launch in January 2015, namely: Live Design Awards (USA), InAVation Awards (UK), Premios Panorama Audiovisual (Brazil), AV Awards (UK), Rental & Staging Systems Award (USA) and PIPA Awards (Germany). Returning to the festival in Salamanca, the joint input of Christie and Sono went much deeper, with three Christie Roadster HD18K projectors (3DLP technology, 18,000 lumens, HD resolution) used for another mapping in the Patio de Escuelas at the University of Salamanca, and another two Christie Roadster HD14K-M (https://www.christiedigital.com/emea/business/products/projectors/3-chip-dlp/m-series/Roadster-HD14K-M-3-chip-dlp-projector) projectors (3DLP technology, 14,000 lumens, HD resolution) at Casa de las Conchas. The festival took place on the streets of Salamanca with a particular emphasis on its many unique buildings which were used by a selection of guest artists, university students, freelance artists and video companies to project their creations, conceived especially for the specific architectural characteristics of the chosen buildings. Marcos Fernández, Christie director for Spain and Portugal, concluded: “We are proud that our 3DLP projectors, including Boxer, were an instrumental part of such a creative event. Christie’s 3DLP line has a fantastic range of resolutions and levels of brightness that guarantee reliable performance and uniform brightness when projecting on almost any surface.”

SCC announces partnership with mhub to deliver digital workplace app

SCC, Europe’s biggest privately-owned IT services business, has signed a reseller agreement with mhub to partner in the delivery of its digital workplace app and enable greater collaboration and productivity for SCC customers. mhub is the low cost digital workplace app that brings all work apps together into a single mobile hub, unlocking the value of IT investments. As a customer and user of mhub for two years, SCC has integrated its tailored app – SCC Connect – across its UK business, with plans to expand use into its European operations in France, Spain & Romania. With SCC’s Microsoft SharePoint division having already identified mhub as a market leading mobile layer for its Microsoft and Social Intranet solutions, global recognition of the value in reselling mhub was established at SCC’s annual sales kick-off in May. In the first month of the agreement, SCC has introduced mhub to a number of its significant strategic customers, with delivery of its first mhub solution due for completion in Q3 FY17. Michael Nagle, founder and CEO of mhub, said: “In our development and work with many industry applications, our customers have shown an increase in return on investment with the Digital Workplace App. We are excited to work with SCC to deliver a secure and powerful application that can be run on any industry mobile or smart tablet device, enabling SCC customers to improve productivity and get more value from their IT investments.” SCC uses mhub to deliver rich media internally, within isolated teams and for business-wide internal marketing communications, and externally for tailored communications direct to customers and partners. SCC Marketing Director Neil Atkins added: “mhub’s digital workplace app enables levels of collaboration that align directly with SCC’s core business messages, values, and services propositions. As a customer of mhub, it was obvious that our own customers could benefit in the same way we have by integrating mhub into their businesses. We’ve benefitted from the ability to deliver improved, personalised communications and by provoking the adoption of mhub as a collaboration tool. Our focus is now on helping our customers achieve the same.”

Interim Report 2 2016: Positive business flow despite volatile market in the first half of 2016

SEK has had an intense first half of the year, with a positive business flow and a high internal rate of development. New lending to Swedish exporters and their customers amounted to Skr 36.4 billion (1H15: Skr 24.7 billion) during the first half of the year. Endcustomer finance amounted to Skr 23.7 billion (1H15: Skr 18.9 billion) and the total volume of corporate lending was Skr 12.7 billion (1H15: Skr 5.8 billion). “During the first half of 2016, SEK succeeded in attracting several new customers. We also noted an increase in inquiries regarding export transactions in Africa, which was one of the markets named in the government’s export strategy” says SEK’s CEO Catrin Fransson. SEK has recently conducted a survey that shows that SEK has a customer satisfaction rate of 93 percent. SEK has for the first time supplemented our client survey with an equivalent survey for the banks that we cooperate with. “It is very pleasing to see that 100 percent of the 17 Swedish and international banks that were interviewed would recommend SEK to other banks. The survey answers from the export companies also revealed that SEK’s offer has been an important factor when our customers win their business, which gives us even more energy to reach out to more customers” says SEK’s CEO Catrin Fransson. Operating profit for the first half of the year amounted to Skr 461 million (1H15: Skr 697 million). Net interest revenue totaled Skr 830 million (1H15: Skr 818 million), up slightly compared with the year-earlier period while the unrealized changes in market value affected earnings negatively. SEK has a strong capitalization with a total capital ratio of 22.8 (year-end 2015: 24.5 percent) percent and healthy liquidity. SEK are thus well equipped to supply Swedish export industry with financing solutions, thereby strengthening their competitiveness. First six months of 2016 · Net interest revenues amounted to Skr 830 million (1H15: Skr 818 million) · Operating profit amounted to Skr 461 million (1H15: Skr 697 million) · Net profit amounted to Skr 360 million (1H15: Skr 533 million) · New lending amounted to Skr 36.4 billion (1H15: Skr 24.7 billion) · Return on equity amounted to 4.3 percent (1H15: 6.6 percent) · The total capital ratio was 22.8 percent at the end of the period (24.5 percent at year-end 2015) · Basic and diluted earnings per share amounted to Skr 90 (1H15: Skr 134) Read more in the attached report. Contact: Edvard UnsgaardHead of Communication, + 46-8-613 84 88

Manual handling experts underline importance of safety measures as fatal injuries at work statistics are released

In some sectors, injuries at work are unfortunately relatively common, while other sectors are seemingly free from accidents and injuries. Thankfully in the UK there are certain guidelines and processes that businesses must follow in order to protect their employees. And PalletTrucksUK, one of the country’s optimum providers of pallet trucks, stackers and lift tables to a range of sectors, is reiterating the need for employers to take precautions to ensure the safety of their employees, after the fatal injury statistics 2015/16 were published. According to the report, the provisional number of workers fatally injured in 2015/16 is 144. This correlates to a rate of fatal injury of 0.46 deaths per 100,000 workers. While there were reportedly 67 members of the public fatally injured in accidents connected to work. However this does not include any incidents that relate to railways, and those enforced by the Care Quality Commission. Phil Chesworth from PalletTrucksUK, said, “The number of fatal injuries taking place as a result of work is incredibly worrying. It’s imperative that employers take the necessary steps, and invest in machinery and equipment in order to ensure they protect their employees as well as themselves against serious accidents that could cause significant injury.” Over the latest 20 years, there has been a downward trend in the rate of fatal injuries, decreasing significantly since the 1990s. However in recent years, that number has shown signs of levelling off. Highlighting a seven percent drop in injuries over the previous five years, this year has bucked the trend and does show a slight increase on last year. For 2014/15, the finalised figure was 142 fatal injuries, which corresponds to a rate of 0.46 deaths per 100,000 workers. It is worth noting however that the figures for 2015/16 are provisional at present, covering the twelve months 1 April 2015 to 31 March 2016. The figures will be finalised in July 2017, following any necessary adjustments. PalletTrucksUK has been one of the UK’s leading suppliers of warehouse equipment for over 30 years. The perfect addition to manual handing workforces, good quality equipment such as pallet trucks, stackers, platform lifts and moving skates can help to minimise the number of fatalities in the workplace. To find out more about Pallet Trucks UK, visit their website: www.pallettrucksuk.co.uk Facebook: www.facebook.com/PalletTrucksUk

Amazon App that turns its UK customers into delivery drivers will spark Uber-style revolution

E-commerce delivery experts ParcelHero (https://www.parcelhero.com/en-gb/courier-services) say Amazon’s launch of its revolutionary ‘Uber’-style Amazon Flex App in Birmingham this month will transform home deliveries. The UK launch, first revealed in yesterday’s Financial Times, means car owners can deliver Prime Now/Same Day items directly to customers’ homes using the new App. ParcelHero’s Head of Public Relations, David Jinks MILT says: ‘By launching its new crowdsourced driver scheme in the UK Amazon steals a march on Uber, who have been slow to get their UberRUSH ‘Uber for things’ delivery service off the ground in the UK. Turning its local customers into delivery drivers means Amazon can give even more delivery choices to shoppers while slashing its own logistics overheads.’ Amazon’s Prime Members are 50% more likely to order items through Amazon than elsewhere, and it is the choice of delivery options that keeps them loyal. By turning local motorists into delivery drivers even swifter deliveries can be achieved.  Amazon estimates that its Flex drivers will be paid between £13 and £15 an hour including tips. The e-commerce giant has been advertising on jobsites since June, and the Flex App will allow the company’s part-time drivers to choose when and where they want to work, as well as guiding them to customers’ homes and allowing customers to track their orders – just as they would an Uber cab. Amazon says it’s a great opportunity for drivers to ‘Be your own boss: make great money, delivering when you want’. David adds: ‘Last year our report, ‘Amazon’s Prime Ambition’ (https://www.parcelhero.com/news/e-commerce-2/amazons-prime-ambition-parcelhero-industry-report-2965) highlighted Amazon’s far-sighted plans for its beta ‘My Way’ App: which enabled everyday people to deliver items. It led to the successful roll-out of Amazon Flex in cities across the US. UK cities such as London and Birmingham are an ideal scale for Prime Now one hour deliveries, so the UK is a natural fit for the expansion of Flex.’ Predicts David: ‘Crowdsourcing and the so called gig economy are ideally suited to local deliveries and it’s a certainty Amazon won’t be the only big name to turn its own customers into delivery drivers.’ For more information on Amazon’s revolutionary logistics plans see https://www.parcelhero.com/news/e-commerce-2/amazons-prime-ambition-parcelhero-industry-report-2965 

BLT Direct Urges Facilities Managers to Review Their Lighting

Established lighting solutions distributor BLT Direct is calling for facilities managers across the nation to review their choice of lighting. They present their huge range of LED light bulbs as a great alternative solution to light-up any building, whilst saving money and reducing harm to the environment. Facilities managers are expected to fulfil a wide range of responsibilities every day, in order to ensure their office or workspace runs smoothly whilst meeting the needs of the employees within them. In the modern workplace however, more and more facilities managers are also expected to advise on best practices for energy efficiency, in order to upkeep good Corporate Social Responsibility for a business. Reviewing the lighting fixtures and fittings used within an office or building is a crucial first step in implementing an energy efficient strategy. Steven Ellwood, Managing Director of BLT Direct said, “As a leading supplier of lighting solutions, we are aware of the responsibility we have as an industry to do our part in reducing harm to the environment – as a result, a large amount of the lightbulbs we offer use technology which makes them much more energy efficient than their historic counterparts. One of these technologies is the invention of LED (light emitting diode) light bulbs. These environmentally friendly bulbs are available in a wide range of cap types, temperatures and wattages, making them easy for any business or organisation to implement, without the need to re-structure a whole building with new lighting fixtures to facilitate the bulbs.” Ellwood continued, “What’s more, as well as reducing your environmental impact, running costs are also greatly lowered when using energy efficient lighting solutions, making these LED bulbs highly attractive to any facilities manager looking to re-think the way their buildings are lit.” Over 20 different styles of LED lightbulbs can be found at BLT Direct, including candle shaped, globe, fluorescent tube and multi-coloured designs.  Additional accessories are also available, such as LED torches, LED power supplies and LED appliance light bulbs also on offer to help any business utilise the benefits of this method of lighting across all areas of their operations. Producing a lower energy bill, reduced environmental impact and being able to operate for up to 100.000 hours before burning out, LED lightbulbs are a well-rounded and practical lighting solution, ticking many boxes required for facilities managers when reconsidering the lighting of the building which they are responsible for. To find out more about BLT Direct and browse the full range of energy efficient LED lightbulbs visit: www.bltdirect.com   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BLTDirect Twitter: https://twitter.com/bltdirect Google+: https://plus.google.com/+BltdirectLighting/posts    

SOUTH FLORIDA’S FIRST PROTON THERAPY CENTER SELECTS RAYSTATION

Miami Cancer Institute, a part of Baptist Health South Florida, has chosen RayStation as the treatment planning system for its new proton therapy facility, which will be the first in South Florida. The facility will serve a wider region, giving patients in Latin America and the Caribbean access to the benefits of proton therapy. RayStation will be used for all proton treatment planning at Miami Cancer Institute and the installation will include advanced features such as deformable registration, dose accumulation and adaptive radiation therapy. The facility will also be one of the early adopters of the Plan Explorer tool in RayStation, which enables automatic generation of a large number of treatment plans for defined clinical goals and combinations of treatment techniques and machines. The agreement includes both clinical and research licenses, and RayStation will provide a platform for groundbreaking research at Miami Cancer Institute. In addition, the facility will work with RaySearch Laboratories on beta testing of RayStation treatment planning with TomoTherapy and CyberKnife systems from Accuray (this functionality is not yet market cleared). Minesh Mehta, M.D., deputy director and chief of radiation oncology at Miami Cancer Institute, says: “The proton therapy facility is truly starting to take form, with the cyclotron now in place and our treatment planning system selected. We are pleased to partner with RaySearch, which has a very successful track record in providing advanced technologies to cutting-edge centers such as ours. We anticipate a long relationship that will include the implementation of new technologies in the years to come.” Johan Löf, CEO of RaySearch Laboratories, says: “We are excited to partner with Miami Cancer Institute on this proton project. The center will provide an important health service for cancer patients in the South Florida area and we look forward to working with the team to assure they have the tools needed to provide their patients with the best possible care.” Marc Mlyn, President of RaySearch Americas, says: “In addition to the technologies that the Institute will be able to implement right away, there are great opportunities for future development and fast-tracking of new workflows that will benefit everyone.”

MONEY SHOW ARTICLE FEATURES MEDICAL MARIJUANA, INC.’S LEADING ROLE IN THE WORLD’S FASTEST-GROWING GLOBAL INDUSTRY: CANNABIS

  Medical Marijuana, Inc. (http://medicalmarijuanainc.com/) (OTC: MJNA) announced today that the Company was featured in a Money Show article (http://www.moneyshow.com/articles/guru-44944/medical-marijuana-making-global-waves/) about its leading role in the world’s fastest growing industry: cannabis. The Company also announced that it is sponsoring The San Francisco Money Show’s Cannabis Investing Symposium (https://www.sanfranciscomoneyshow.com/specialevents/cannabis) where Medical Marijuana, Inc. (http://medicalmarijuanainc.com/) CEO Dr. Stuart Titus will speak to investors about current global industry trends and how the Company’s diversified portfolio of cannabis companies and brands are capitalizing on the current cannabis revolution. According to the MoneyShow.com (http://www.moneyshow.com/articles/guru-44944/medical-marijuana-making-global-waves/) article, “Medical Marijuana Making Global Waves (http://www.moneyshow.com/articles/guru-44944/medical-marijuana-making-global-waves/),” Medical Marijuana, Inc., the first-ever publicly traded cannabis company in the world, is structured in a “way that can create strategic value for shareholders.” The article also mentioned the Company’s recent significant progress in Latin America, including recent import permits received in Brazil, Mexico and Paraguay, stating: “The diversity of Medical Marijuana, Inc. (http://medicalmarijuanainc.com/)’s subsidiaries and investments has enabled the company to see significant year-over-year revenue growth. These assets also strengthen Medical Marijuana, Inc.’s balance sheet and allow the company to find strategic ways to create value.” Medical Marijuana, Inc. (http://medicalmarijuanainc.com/) will be sponsoring and attending The Cannabis Investing Symposium (https://www.sanfranciscomoneyshow.com/specialevents/cannabis) at the 35th annual Money Show San Francisco 2016 (http://sanfranciscomoneyshow.com/) from August 23-25 and the Company’s CEO Dr. Stuart Titus also present to investors at the Symposium. The Cannabis Investing Symposium (https://www.sanfranciscomoneyshow.com/specialevents/cannabis) will specifically focus on helping investors identify and engage with cannabis companies that represent profitable investments. “I’m honored that Medical Marijuana, Inc. (http://medicalmarijuanainc.com/) was asked to be one of the only cannabis companies featured at Money Show’s Cannabis Investing Symposium, which is providing investors with the information they need to get involved in this fast-growing industry with limitless opportunities,” Titus said. “This is a premiere opportunity for us to share our Company’s story and raise awareness of the newest multibillion-dollar U.S. industry that is helping people who suffer with debilitating conditions across the globe.” Representatives from Medical Marijuana, Inc.’s (http://www.medicalmarijuanainc.com/) Investor Relations team will be available at the Company’s booth #315 for sit-down meetings and questions.

Universal Parks & Resorts and Christie sign Corporate Partnership Agreement

Wokingham, UK. – (July 21, 2016) – Universal Parks & Resorts (http://themeparks.universalstudios.com/index.php) has entered into a corporate partnership agreement with Christie® (http://www.christiedigital.com/emea), which will see Christie delivering the latest projection technologies to Universal Parks & Resorts as the Official Projection System Provider. The agreement includes Universal Parks & Resorts’ Theme Parks and CityWalk complexes throughout the United States.  As a Universal Parks & Resorts corporate partner, Christie will be the preferred partner for projectors ordered, purchased, and installed by Universal Parks & Resorts at all domestic controlled venues. Christie will also supply software and professional services in addition to projection technology to Universal Parks & Resorts, helping create customized projection solutions for future attractions. “Universal Parks & Resorts continues to push the limits of technology and innovation, and Christie is honoured to have this long-term opportunity to bring its extensive technology and service resources to bear to support the Universal Parks & Resorts’ Theme Parks and CityWalk venues,” said Jeff Klaas, Christie’s Vice President of Sales – Americas. About Universal Parks & Resorts Universal Parks & Resorts, a unit of Comcast NBCUniversal, offers guests around the globe today’s most relevant and popular entertainment experiences. With three-time Academy Award winner Steven Spielberg as creative consultant, its theme parks are known for immersive experiences that feature some of the world’s most thrilling and technologically advanced film- and television-based attractions. Comcast NBCUniversal wholly owns Universal Studios Hollywood, which includes Universal CityWalk Hollywood. It also owns Universal Orlando Resort, a world-class destination resort featuring two theme parks (Universal Studios Florida and Universal’s Islands of Adventure), five resort hotels, and Universal CityWalk Orlando. Comcast NBCUniversal also has 51 per cent ownership in Universal Studios Japan and a license agreement with Universal Studios Singapore at Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore.  The company has also announced plans to build a theme park destination in Beijing and an indoor theme park to be developed as part of the Galactica Park project in Moscow. About Christie Christie Digital Systems USA, Inc. is a global visual technologies company and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ushio Inc., Japan, (JP:6925). Consistently setting the standards by being the first to market some of the world’s most advanced projectors and complete system displays, Christie is recognized as one of the most innovative visual technology companies in the world. From retail displays to Hollywood, mission critical command centres to classrooms and training simulators, Christie display solutions and projectors capture the attention of audiences around the world with dynamic and stunning images. Visit www.christieEMEA.com for more information.

WEBS and industry partners raise money for worthy cause

WEBS, supported by a number of industry and other partners, has successfully raised £350 for the oncology unit at the Queen's Medical Centre (QMC), Nottingham. The provider of training programmes such as City & Guilds and PIABC approved apprenticeships for the furniture and associated industries staged a charity raffle at its annual awards evening held on Friday July 8th at the Village Hotel, Chilwell, Nottingham. Prizes for the raffle were donated by employers and suppliers that work with WEBS on an on-going basis as well as by local businesses and organisations. These donors included manufacturer of fastening systems, tools and consumables for the furniture and bedding sector, BeA who donated a luxury Fortnum & Mason champagne and chocolates hamper. BeA has supplied WEBS with tools like nailers, tackers and staplers as well as consumables free of charge and for use across its courses for a number of years. Other prize donors included Derby County Football Club, Village Hotels, Sharon Hearst Portraits, Tesco PLC and local confectioners, Pick and Mix. WEBS staged the charity raffle in memory of 10-year-old Callum Padgett. The little boy from Ilkeston, near Nottingham, was diagnosed with neuroblastoma when he was 6. This rare form of cancer affects only about 100 children a year in the UK. Callum received treatment at the Queen's Medical Centre for four years enduring chemotherapy, radiotherapy, stem cell harvesting, blood transfusions and platelet operations. Tragically, Callum lost his brave battle with cancer and passed in March 2016. The money raised by WEBS will be used by QMC to help other children like Callum as well as their families. This is the second year WEBS has staged its annual awards which aim to recognise and reward the achievements of learners from across its numerous apprenticeships and courses. Awards are offered for categories which mirror the range of trade-specific areas covered by the training provider such as frame making, cabinet making, wood machining, and polishing and spray finishing. The event was attended by almost 200 people from across the furniture industry. Commenting on the awards evening and its fundraising efforts, Lorraine Yellop-Witts, community development manager at WEBS, said: "The 2016 WEBS awards was a great evening and built on the success of the inaugural event held last year. "We're especially delighted that we managed to raise so much money in memory of Callum Padgett and for the oncology unit at QMC. We'd like to thank all our partners who donated prizes as well as all those guests on the evening who lent their support." John Mercer, managing director at BeA, added: "BeA has been a longstanding supporter of WEBS recognising the invaluable and important contribution the training provider makes to the success and continued prosperity of the furniture industry. "Donating a prize for the WEBS charity raffle was a natural extension of that commitment. Given the nature of the cause and our strong belief in corporate social responsibility, BeA was only too happy to be involved." - ENDS - Images:                      WEBS Awards 2016.jpg Caption:                     United against cancer. In conjunction with industry partners such as BeA Fastening Systems, WEBS has raised £350 for the oncology unit at the Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham.

New ASTRO clinical practice statement updates treatment standard for rectal cancer

The American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) recently issued a new clinical practice statement, “Appropriate Customization of Radiation Therapy for Stage II and III Rectal Cancer: An ASTRO Clinical Practice Statement Using the RAND/UCLA Appropriateness Method.” An executive summary (http://www.practicalradonc.org/article/S1879-8500(15)00413-0/pdf) of the guideline was published in the May-June 2016 issue of Practical Radiation Oncology (PRO), ASTRO’s clinical practice journal, and the full guideline is available as an open-access online article (http://www.practicalradonc.org/cms/attachment/2054445147/2060721817/mmc1.pdf) in PRO.  The clinical practice statement, which was developed by a multidisciplinary expert working group, outlines recommendations to customize neoadjuvant and adjuvant radiation therapy for patients with moderately advanced rectal cancer based on their risk of recurrence. The statement also examines non-operative therapies for patients who are medically inoperable or refuse abdominoperineal resection, taking into account the emerging technologies available for this subset of patients. The standard of care for all patients with stage II-III rectal cancer has been a combined multi-modality approach of chemotherapy, radiation therapy (RT) and surgery, as established in a 1990 consensus statement from the National Cancer Institute (NCI). This standard, however, is based on data collected in the 1970s and 1980s, when both RT and chemotherapy were necessary to reduce the high risk of local recurrence following less sophisticated forms of surgery. Advancements in treatment options over the past three decades -- including more refined surgical techniques, more effective systemic agents and more focal and shorter-course RT options -- have drastically lowered recurrence rates, creating situations where one or more modalities may be omitted and the side effects of treatment may be reduced. “This statement provides practicing physicians with an idea of how to employ alternative treatment options for rectal cancer patients, such as short-course radiation therapy or non-operative management approaches. It also lets us identify patients who may be more amenable to different treatment sequencing options, rather than grouping everyone with stage II and III rectal cancer together for a single standard tri-modal treatment approach. There are cases where we can achieve the same survival benefit with less treatment,” said Karyn A. Goodman, MD, an associate professor of radiation oncology at the University of Colorado and lead author of the practice statement’s executive summary. The guideline was developed through the RAND/UCLA Appropriateness Method, where members of an independent, multidisciplinary expert panel rate the appropriateness of different treatment approaches for different clinical scenarios based on a systematic review of published research. Experts in oncology, gastroenterology and internal medicine rated more than 200 unique scenarios combining risk factors that influence treatment decisions with potentially appropriate treatment modalities. Panelists individually scored each scenario on a nine-point scale that assessed the anticipated benefit versus harm for an average patient in that situation. Ratings from the 10-member panel were aggregated into three categories for the Clinical Practice Statement; therapeutic options were labeled as Appropriate for median panel ratings of seven to nine without disagreement, May Be Appropriate for median ratings of four to six or if there was disagreement, and Rarely Appropriate for median ratings of one to three without disagreement. Scenarios and treatment recommendations were grouped into four sections, including (1) neoadjuvant and (2) adjuvant therapies used in conjunction with rectal surgery as well as non-operative management approaches for (3) medically inoperable patients and (4) patients who refuse radical rectal surgery. For neoadjuvant therapy, panelists rated five treatment options, stratified by three patient characteristics: risk classification based on disease stage (intermediate-risk, moderately-high-risk or high-risk disease), distance from the tumor to the anal verge and distance from the tumor to the mesorectal fascia. Neoadjuvant chemoradiation was rated Appropriate for all scenarios, while neoadjuvant brachytherapy alone was rated Rarely Appropriate across all scenarios. Neoadjuvant chemotherapy alone was rated May Be Appropriate for intermediate- and moderately-high-risk patients with non-threatened mesorectal fascia and Rarely Appropriate for the other scenarios. Forgoing neoadjuvant therapy was rated potentially appropriate only for cases with higher tumors situated far from the mesorectal fascia, where there would be no concern for positive margins following surgery. Goodman explained the importance of radiation in treatment sequencing for tumors situated closer to the anal verge. “Tumors that sit lower in the rectum are in a more narrow part of the pelvis and therefore tend to have a higher risk of positive margins. Lower tumors also have a somewhat higher rate of lymph node metastasis. In these cases, radiation therapy is particularly important to help reduce the risk of local recurrence following surgery by shrinking the tumor, which helps surgeons resect more cleanly, and by eliminating micro-metastatic disease that may remain in pelvic lymph nodes not removed during surgery,” she said. Neoadjuvant short-course radiation therapy (i.e., 25 Gy across five fractions) was rated Appropriate for many intermediate- and moderately-high-risk cases with non-threatened mesorectal margins and May Be Appropriate for other scenarios. While short-course radiation is the standard of care for moderately-advanced cases in many Northern European countries, it is rarely used in the U.S., said Goodman, yet she sees this option as gaining traction domestically, as evidenced in part by the recommendations of this panel. For adjuvant therapy, panelists assessed two treatment options, chemotherapy alone and chemoradiation plus four or more months of chemotherapy, stratified by three patient characteristics: circumferential resection margin, distance from the anal verge and risk classification based on total postsurgical nodal count. Adjuvant chemoradiation therapy (CRT) plus chemotherapy was rated Appropriate for all patients with positive margins and for patients with negative margins but higher risk classification and/or lower tumors. Adjuvant chemotherapy alone was rated Appropriate only for patients with negative margins, moderately-high-risk disease and higher tumors; it was rated May Be Appropriate for all other scenarios. For medically inoperable cases (e.g., elderly patients who are not strong surgical candidates), panelists considered five non-operative treatment sequences, stratified by three patient characteristics: performance status based on Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group score, presence or absence of local symptoms and distance from the anal verge. Chemoradiation was rated Appropriate for medically inoperable patients with good performance status and May Be Appropriate for those with poor performance status. External beam radiotherapy (EBRT) alone and chemotherapy alone were rated May Be Appropriate for all scenarios. Brachytherapy alone and brachytherapy combined with CRT were rated potentially appropriate for lower tumors but rarely appropriate for higher tumors. The guidelines also assess definitive non-operative treatment for patients who experience a pathologic complete response following neoadjuvant chemoradiation and want to avoid radical surgery, particularly those with low-lying tumors who are at higher risk for a permanent colosotomy. Panelists considered three treatment options, including standard-dose chemoradiation alone, chemoradiation plus brachytherapy boost and chemoradiation plus EBRT boost. Each approach was rated Appropriate for scenarios where patients refuse standard therapy. The panel also considered the appropriateness of using intensity-modulated radiation therapy (IMRT) in place of three-dimensional conformal radiation therapy (3-D CRT) in neoadjuvant and adjuvant settings. IMRT is an advanced RT technique that delivers more focal radiation doses and spares more radiosensitive healthy tissue than with 3-D CRT. For each of the three treatment scenarios (neoadjuvant RT alone, neoadjuvant chemoradiation, adjuvant chemoradiation), panelists rated IMRT as May Be Appropriate, noting both upsides, such as reduced toxicity, as well as downsides, such as the higher financial costs, of using the technique. The clinical practice statement was approved by ASTRO’s Board of Directors following a four-week period of public comment. The ten-member expert panel included radiation oncologists, medical oncologists, colorectal surgeons, a gastroenterologists and a general internal medicine doctor: Patrick Francke, MD, Salma Jabbour, MD, Harvey Mamon, MD, PhD, Richard Goldberg, MD, Bruce Lin, MD, George Chang, MD, Julio Garcia-Aguilar, MD, PhD, David Dietz, MD, Jeffrey Tokar, MD, and Marilyn Schapira, MD, PhD. For a copy of the complete guideline, contact ASTRO’s media relations team at press@astro.org or 703-286-1600. Learn more about PRO at www.practicalradonc.org.

NAPA’s Michele Tsang to be a Featured Panelist at the Becker’s Hospital Review 2nd Annual CIO/HIT + Revenue Cycle Conference

North American Partners in Anesthesia (NAPA) (http://www.napaanesthesia.com/) announced today that Michele Tsang, Director of Revenue Cycle Management, will be a featured panelist during two panel discussions at the Becker’s Hospital Review 2nd Annual CIO/HIT + Revenue Cycle Conference. The event will be held on July 27-28, 2016 at the Fairmont Hotel in Chicago, IL. Ms. Tsang will be participating in the panel discussion “Improving Patient Financial Communications” on Wednesday, July 27 at 9:50am. The panel will discuss high-deductible health plans shifting an increasing portion of revenue to self-pay sources, meeting the demands of consumerism and effective strategies in communicating financial obligations to patients. Other panelists include Lydia Stewart, RN, System Director of Denials and Variances, Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System and Leigh Williams, Administrator, Business Systems, UVA Health System. Ms. Tsang will also be serving on the panel “The Role of Data Analysis in the Revenue Cycle” taking place on Thursday, July 28 at 10:50am. During this session, the panelists will explore topics including the notable transformation of analytical capabilities in revenue cycle management and denial management in hospitals. The panel, moderated by Molly Gamble, Editor-in-Chiefs of Becker’s Healthcare, will also include panelists: Richard Lyman, FHFMA, CPHIMS, PMP, Vice President, Revenue Cycle, Advocate Health Care; Nayan Patel, CHCIO, FHIMSS, The Heart Hospital Baylor Plano; Jason Williams, Vice President, Business Analytics, McKesson/RelayHealth. “Real-time, responsive and flexible data analytic tools are vital to revenue cycle operations to maximize medical revenue capture,” said Ms. Tsang. “Constantly slicing and dicing revenue cycle data is critical in determining the financial health of your organization and the efficiency of your staff.” Michele Tsang joined NAPA in 2015 as Director of Revenue Cycle in our Syracuse office. In her role, Ms. Tsang oversees the billing and claim reconciliation and payment posting activities across various databases. In addition, she manages a staff of over 60 employees including supervisors, billing specialists and payment posters. Prior to joining NAPA, Ms. Tsang served as Revenue Cycle Director – Physician Enterprise at St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center in Syracuse, NY.     The Becker’s Hospital Review 2nd Annual CIO/HIT + Revenue Cycle Conference is an educational networking event for hospital and health system CIO, CMIO and Revenue Cycle leaders. For more information on the event, click here (http://www.beckershospitalreview.com/cio-health-it-conference/).

EDAX Introduces New Silicon Drift Detectors for Octane Elite Series Offering the Highest Resolution with Unmatched Throughput

With the launch of two new detectors for its Octane Elite Silicon Drift Detector (SDD) Series, EDAX Inc., a leader in X-ray microanalysis and electron diffraction instrumentation, continues to take detector technology to the next level and offer analytical tools that deliver industry-leading results. The Elite Plus and Elite Super detectors both include new, cutting-edge electronics and advanced sensor designs with multi-channel architecture that ensures the fastest acquisition rates, high collection efficiency and unmatched throughput levels and performance. They include the next generation of CMOS preamplifiers, based on widely praised CUBE technology, which offers low noise at high count rates. The SDD sensors are vacuum encapsulated and protected by a silicon nitride (Si3N4) window allowing for higher collection efficiency, increased light element sensitivity and improved resolution stability. The window is chemically inert and impermeable to moisture, which protects the sensor from contamination and condensation. The Si3N4window includes a honeycomb-shaped silicon support grid that allows it to be more transparent to X-rays. It can withstand daily plasma cleaning, ensuring high transmission properties for long-term applications, such as focused ion beam (FIB) or environmental Scanning Electron Microscopes (SEMs). The new Octane Elite SDDs have a robust, ergonomic, enclosed modular design with a smaller environmental footprint without pinch points and include integrated automatic slides. They are paired with dedicated TEAM™ Analysis Software, including quantitative analysis with Fast Phase Mapping and dynamic Spectrum Library Match capabilities. “The new Octane Elite SDD Series upholds the Octane legacy in high spectral resolution consistency at all count rates. It offers an unprecedented level of EDS performance that pushes the boundaries of microanalysis,”, comments Oleg Lourie, Senior EDS Product Manager at EDAX. EDAX will introduce both the Elite Plus and the Elite Super at the Microscopy and Microanalysis 2016 Conference, July 25 to 28, in Columbus, OH, (Booth #1114). Pleaseclick hereto schedule a demo at the booth. About AMETEK EDAX EDAX is the acknowledged leader in Energy Dispersive Microanalysis, Electron Backscatter Diffraction and X-ray Fluorescence instrumentation. EDAX designs, manufactures, installs and services high-quality products and systems for leading companies in the semiconductor, metals, geological, pharmaceutical, biomaterials, and ceramics markets. Since 1962, EDAX has used its knowledge and experience to develop ultra-sensitive silicon radiation sensors, digital electronics and specialized application software that facilitate solutions to research, development and industrial requirements. EDAX is a unit of the Materials Analysis Division of AMETEK, Inc., which is a leading global manufacturer of electronic instruments and electromechanical devices with annual sales of $4.0 billion. For further information about EDAX, contact: Sue Arnell EDAX, Inc. 91 McKee Drive, Mahwah, NJ 07430 Tel: (201) 529-4880 • Fax: (201) 529-3156 E-mail: sue.arnell@ametek.com,  (sue.arnell@ametek.com,%20)Website: www.edax.com  

BAKKAFROST: Test results during the last week have not confirmed the suspicion of pathogenic ISA virus at A-73 Hvannasund Norður

On 14 July 2016, Bakkafrost announced that the Veterinary Authority got suspicion of pathogenic ISA virus at Bakkafrost’s farming site A-73 Hvannasund Norður, after a routine surveillance test. ISA virus is a virus, which can hit salmon and some other species of fish. The virus exists as a none-pathogenic variant, which is called ISA HPR-0, and as a pathogenic variant, which is called ISA HPR-del. PCR-analyses indicated that the pathogenic ISA virus variant, HPR-del, was present at the farming site A-73 Hvannasund Norður. During the last week, the Veterinary Authority has undertaken two extensive tests at the farming site with the purpose of confirming the suspicion of pathogenic ISA virus. The results from these tests have all been negative and do not prove the presence of pathogenic ISA virus. The Veterinary Authority has affirmed that the virus, which was indicated present, is a variant that is not very virulent, and this may be a possible explanation to the difficulty in finding the virus again. The farming site has not had any signs of disease and the biological performance has been good, both before the routine surveillance test by the Veterinary Authority and during the last week; no unusual mortality has occurred. Since the suspicion arose, the purpose of further tests has been to confirm the suspicion of pathogenic ISA virus. As the tests do not confirm the suspicion, the Veterinary Authority will have increased surveillance for the coming period at the farming site and will also carry out extra tests on neighbouring farming sites. This procedure is stipulated in Announcement No. 19 from 14 March 2005 about Defeating and Surveillance of ISA (Infectious Salmon Anaemia), which has the purpose of securing and maintaining good biology in the Faroese farming industry. Contacts: Regin Jacobsen, CEO of P/F Bakkafrost: +298 23 50 01 (mobile) Gunnar Nielsen, CFO of P/F Bakkafrost: +298 23 50 60 (mobile) This information is subject of the disclosure requirements pursuant to section 5 -12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act. About Bakkafrost: Bakkafrost is the largest salmon farmer in the Faroe Islands. The Group is fully integrated from feed production to smolt, farming, VAP and sales. The Group has production of fishmeal, fish oil and salmon feed in Fuglafjørður. The Group operates licenses on 14 farming fjords. The Group has primary processing in Klaksvík, Strendur, Kollafjørður, and secondary processing (VAP) in Glyvrar and Fuglafjørður. The headquarter is located in Glyvrar, and the company has a total of around 725 full-time employees. NOT FOR RELEASE, PUBLICATION OR DISTRIBUTION, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, IN AUSTRALIA, CANADA, JAPAN OR THE UNITED STATES. This press release does not constitute or form part of an offer or solicitation to purchase or subscribe for securities. The securities referred to herein may not be offered or sold in the United States absent registration or an exemption from registration as provided in the U.S. Securities Act of 1933, as amended. Copies of this announcement are not being made and may not be distributed or sent into the United States, Australia, Canada or Japan.

Resolutions at Extraordinary General Meeting in Karo Pharma AB on July 21 2016

The resolution concerns an issue of maximum 5,200,000 options. The right to subscribe for the options shall, with deviation from the shareholders´ preferential rights, be vested in Karo Pharma AB's wholly owned subsidiary Karo Pharma Research AB, reg. no. 556588-3641, (the "Subsidiary"), which will offer personnel in Karo Pharma Group to acquire such options. Subscription for options shall take place no later than August 26 2016. The options will be issued to the Subsidiary against no remuneration. Each option entitles the holder to subscribe for one new share in the company. The subscription price shall be an amount equivalent to twice the volume weighted average price of the Karo Pharma share during the period between August 1, 2016 and August 12, 2016, though not below the par value. The right to acquire share options from the Subsidiary shall be granted to personnel in the Karo Pharma Group, whereby the company's executive chairman and the executive group shall be entitled to acquire 4,200,000 options. At full subscription for new shares with the support of all options the share capital will be increased by approximately SEK 2,079,977.10 which corresponds to a dilution of approximately 7.5% of the share capital and votes.   For further information, please contact:Henrik Palm, CFO, mobile phone +46 70 540 40 14 or e-mail henrik.palm@karopharma.se  About Karo PharmaKaro Pharma is a health care company focused on developing and marketing of products to pharmacies, fast-moving consumer goods and the fealth care directly. Karo Pharma is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm. Karo Pharma publishes this information in accordance with the Swedish Securities Markets Act. The information was submitted for publication on July 21, 2016, at 7:00 pm CET This press release is also available at www.karopharma.com and www.newsroom.cision.com (http://www.newsroom.cision.com)

VTI Instruments Launches EX1200-SMP High-Density Switch Matrix Platform for Reduced Cabling and Increased Efficiency

IRVINE, CA – VTI Instruments (http://www.vtiinstruments.com) announced today the release of its EX1200-SMP (http://vtiinstruments.com/ex1200-smp) high-density switch matrix platform for its EX1200 Series of multifunction switch/measure units. This newest addition in the EX product family features 16 integrated analog backplane lines, which reduces the need for external cabling that typically degrades signal integrity. System designers can create 16xN matrices and easily bridge together multiple carriers to create even larger matrices, with up to 704x8 two-wire inputs in a single chassis. Increased board space allows for efficiency and performance gains for mixed signal applications in mechanical data acquisition and electronic test environments. The EX1200-SMP supports system configurations for switching applications that require the flexibility of a crosspoint matrix topology. The four-slot main carrier can be plugged into any four slots of an EX1208A mainframe. One to four carriers can be accommodated in a single mainframe with the ability to mix and match with standard EX1200 series switch cards. For example, a 176x8 two-wire 2 Amp matrix can be combined with a 1.5 GHz RF multiplexer and 16 Amp general purpose relay modules to cover a wide range of application requirements. The EX1200-SMP can also be configured with either Resource or I/O matrix modules in any combination, which allows point-to-point input/output (I/O) switching or mapping resources to Unit Under Test (UUT) I/O. Routing signals between Resource and I/O modules reduces external wiring. The product’s internal 16-line analog bus with integrated digital multimeter (DMM) maximizes performance. VTI Instruments’ director of engineering Sangram Gaikwad notes, “The backplane of this product is designed so that each line is capable of functioning in a 50-Ω impedance environment or paired with adjacent channels to provide eight differential channels. The backplane is designed for high-bandwidth applications, with minimal insertion losses, and that’s something we think test engineers will appreciate because improved efficiency is built right into the EX1200-SMP.” The compatible EX1208A mainframe module has a dedicated slot that can house an optional high-performance 6.5-digit DMM. When used as part of the measurement system, the DMM can be routed directly to five dedicated lines (Hi/Hi Sense, Lo/Lo Sense and Guard) on the analog backplane of the EX1200-SMP carrier. The DMM also can be disconnected from the analog backplane to free up the bus lines for use by other resources. The entire system supports typical bandwidths in excess of 20 MHz.   “This platform delivers economies of scale without having to compromise signal integrity,” Gaikwad adds. The EX1200-SMP addresses the requirements of test scenarios where very-high channel count matrix solutions are required. For example, designers of applications can benefit from the EX1200-SMP’s super-high-density, high channel count, reduced cabling needs, and ability to mix and match general purpose and RF modules. The product is ideal for: · General purpose ATE · Avionics test · Engine control unit (ECU) test · Thermal vacuum applications For More Information For images, data, specifications and to create a quote online, visit vtiinstruments.com/ex1200-smp (http://www.vtiinstruments.com/ex1200-smp). Contact VTI Instruments directly at 949.955.1894 or sales@vtiinstruments.com. About VTI Instruments VTI Instruments delivers precision modular instrumentation and systems for electronic signal distribution, acquisition, and monitoring, used in the world's most-demanding test applications. The company's products and systems are used to monitor and record data that characterizes the physical integrity and performance of aircraft, engines, and other large structures, as well as automate the functional testing of complex electronic systems. VTI is recognized as an industry leader with a reputation of providing reliable data, first time, every time. A sustained focus on innovation and technology enables VTIs customers to optimize their capital investment through product longevity, while ensuring unmatched measurement integrity and data reliability. VTI Instruments is a unit of AMETEK, Inc., a leading global manufacturer of electronic instruments and electromechanical devices. 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AMETEK Programmable Power  (http://www.programmablepower.com/)is a business unit of the AMETEK Electronic Instruments Group, a leader in advanced instruments for the process, aerospace, power and industrial markets and a division of AMETEK, Inc., a leading global manufacturer of electronic instruments and electromechanical devices with 2015 annual sales of $4.0 billion. For further information contact: Craig Frahm Tel: (858) 678-4459 E-mail: craig.frahm@ametek.com Website: www.programmablepower.com

BAKKAFROST: Acquisition of P/F Faroe Farming approved by the authorities

In market announcement on 29 June 2016, Bakkafrost announced that it had entered an agreement with Sp/f Hjallur to acquire 51% of the shares in P/F Faroe Farming, a salmon farming company that operates in the southern part of the Faroe Islands, Suðuroy. The agreement was conditioned on the approval of the Faroese Registry and the Competition Authorities. These authorities have now approved Bakkafrost’s acquisition of the remaining outstanding shares of P/F Faroe Farming. Consequently, the acquisition is final and Bakkafrost hereafter owns 100 % of the shares in P/F Faroe Farming. Contacts: Regin Jacobsen, CEO of P/F Bakkafrost: +298 23 50 01 (mobile) Gunnar Nielsen, CFO of P/F Bakkafrost: +298 23 50 60 (mobile) This information is subject of the disclosure requirements pursuant to section 5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act. About Bakkafrost: Bakkafrost is the largest salmon farmer in the Faroe Islands. The Group is fully integrated from feed production to smolt, farming, VAP and sales. The Group has production of fishmeal, fish oil and salmon feed in Fuglafjørður. The Group operates licenses on 14 farming fjords. The Group has primary processing in Klaksvík, Strendur, Kollafjørður, and secondary processing (VAP) in Glyvrar and Fuglafjørður. The headquarter is located in Glyvrar, and the company has a total of around 725 full-time employees. NOT FOR RELEASE, PUBLICATION OR DISTRIBUTION, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, IN AUSTRALIA, CANADA, JAPAN OR THE UNITED STATES. This press release does not constitute or form part of an offer or solicitation to purchase or subscribe for securities. The securities referred to herein may not be offered or sold in the United States absent registration or an exemption from registration as provided in the U.S. Securities Act of 1933, as amended. Copies of this announcement are not being made and may not be distributed or sent into the United States, Australia, Canada or Japan.

Tieto's Interim Report 2/2016 – Growth of 5% – profit improvement continues

Tieto Corporation          INTERIM REPORT        22 July 2016, 8.00 am EET · Group sales growing by 5% driven by 12% growth in software-based Industry Products · Adjusted operating margin improves to above 9% · Healthy profitability in Product Development Services The full interim report with tables is available at the end of this release Key figures for the second quarter IT services · Sales growth totalled 6.1%, sales in local currencies up by 7.3% · Adjusted operating profit amounted to EUR 32.4 (26.9) million, 9.3% (8.1) of sales The Group · Sales growth totalled 4.7%, sales in local currencies up by 5.9% · Adjusted operating profit amounted to EUR 35.8 (30.1) million, 9.4% (8.3) of sales · Order intake (Total Contract Value) at EUR 326 (340) million, order backlog at EUR 1 757 (1 737) million – stronger order intake expected for the second half +------------------------+--------+--------+--------+--------+| |4–6/2016|4–6/2015|1–6/2016|1–6/2015|+------------------------+--------+--------+--------+--------+|Net sales, EUR million | 381.0  | 363.8  | 748.5  | 729.4  |+------------------------+--------+--------+--------+--------+|   Change, % | 4.7   | -5.8  | 2.6  | -5.7  |+------------------------+--------+--------+--------+--------+|   Change in local | 5.9   | -4.5  | 3.6  | -3.6  ||currencies, % | | | | |+------------------------+--------+--------+--------+--------+|Operating profit | 35.7  | 26.2  | 67.3  | 43.4  ||(EBITA), EUR million 1) | | | | |+------------------------+--------+--------+--------+--------+|Operating margin | 9.4  | 7.2  | 9.0  | 5.9  ||(EBITA), % | | | | |+------------------------+--------+--------+--------+--------+|Operating profit (EBIT),| 32.3   | 23.1  | 60.6  | 37.0  ||EUR million | | | | |+------------------------+--------+--------+--------+--------+|Operating margin (EBIT),| 8.5   | 6.3  | 8.1  | 5.1  ||% | | | | |+------------------------+--------+--------+--------+--------+|Adjusted 2) operating | 35.8   | 30.1  | 67.3  | 60.8  ||profit (EBIT), EUR | | | | ||million | | | | |+------------------------+--------+--------+--------+--------+|Adjusted 2)  operating | 9.4   | 8.3  | 9.0  | 8.3  ||margin (EBIT), % | | | | |+------------------------+--------+--------+--------+--------+|Profit after taxes, EUR | 24.2   | 17.4  | 45.7  | 26.5  ||million | | | | |+------------------------+--------+--------+--------+--------+|EPS, EUR | 0.33  | 0.24  | 0.62  | 0.36  |+------------------------+--------+--------+--------+--------+|Net cash flow from |-13.7   | 12.4  | 33.2  | 49.1  ||operations, EUR million | | | | |+------------------------+--------+--------+--------+--------+|Return on equity, 12 | 26.2  | 4.5  | 26.2  | 4.5  ||-month rolling, % | | | | |+------------------------+--------+--------+--------+--------+|Return on capital | 25.9  | 7.5  | 25.9  | 7.5  ||employed, 12-month | | | | ||rolling, % | | | | |+------------------------+--------+--------+--------+--------+|Capital expenditure and | 11.8   | 10.6  | 21.2  | 22.2  ||acquisitions, EUR | | | | ||million | | | | |+------------------------+--------+--------+--------+--------+|Interest-bearing net | 103.3  | 5.3   | 103.3  | 5.3  ||debt, EUR million | | | | |+------------------------+--------+--------+--------+--------+|Net debt/EBITDA | 0.5   | 0.0  | 0.5  | 0.0  |+------------------------+--------+--------+--------+--------+|Book-to-bill | 0.9   | 0.9   | 0.9  | 1.1  |+------------------------+--------+--------+--------+--------+|Order backlog | 1 757| 1 737 |  1 757|  1 737 |+------------------------+--------+--------+--------+--------+|Personnel on 30 June  | 13 381 | 12 949| 13 381| 12 949|+------------------------+--------+--------+--------+--------+ 1) includes amortization of all intangible items; previously, only acquisition-related intangible items included2) adjusted for restructuring costs, capital gains/losses, goodwill impairment charges and other items Full-year outlook for 2016 unchanged Tieto expects its adjusted1) full-year operating profit (EBIT) to increase from the previous year’s level (EUR 150.8 million in 2015). 1) adjusted for restructuring costs, capital gains/losses, goodwill impairment charges and other items CEO’s comment  Comment regarding the interim report by Kimmo Alkio, President and CEO: “It is gratifying to see good growth of 5% for the company, and somewhat higher growth for our IT services business. Simultaneously, our profitability development continued on a positive trend line and we achieved an adjusted operating margin level of over 9%. During the second quarter, our software-based industry solutions and Consulting and System Integration delivered especially strong results. Also Financial Services has consistently performed well. I’m pleased to see our business strengthening based on continued investments in future innovation and growth businesses. We are maintaining our investment agenda in areas such as cloud computing, Customer Experience Management, Industrial Internet, and new Security Services. In addition, we invest in software-based industry solutions to increase value for our customers and support our growth ambitions. It is encouraging to see the good engagement we have been able to create among our stakeholders after the launch of our new strategy. We are building on this positive momentum and look forward to a good second half of the year.”Financial performance by service line +-------------------+---------+---------+---------+---------+---------+|EUR million | Customer| Customer|Change, %|Operating|Operating|| | sales| sales| | profit| profit|| | 4–6/2016| 4–6/2015| | 4–6/2016| 4–6/2015|+-------------------+---------+---------+---------+---------+---------+|Managed Services | 134 | 131| 2 | 9.8| 3.1|+-------------------+---------+---------+---------+---------+---------+|Consulting and | 107| 101| 6| 10.9| 8.5||System Integration | | | | | |+-------------------+---------+---------+---------+---------+---------+|Industry Products | 110| 98| 12| 12.5| 10.8|+-------------------+---------+---------+---------+---------+---------+|Product Development| 31| 33| -9| 3.3| 5.7||Services | | | | | |+-------------------+---------+---------+---------+---------+---------+|Support Functions | | | | -4.2| -5.0||and Global | | | | | ||Management | | | | | |+-------------------+---------+---------+---------+---------+---------+|Total | 381 | 364| 5 | 32.3| 23.1|+-------------------+---------+---------+---------+---------+---------+ Operating margin by service line +----------------+---------+---------+-----------+---------------------+|% |Operating|Operating|Adjusted1) |Adjusted1)  operating|| | margin| margin| operating| margin|| | 4–6/2016| 4–6/2015| margin| 4–6/2015|| | | | 4–6/2016| |+----------------+---------+---------+-----------+---------------------+|Managed Services| 7.4 | 2.4| 7.4| 7.6|+----------------+---------+---------+-----------+---------------------+|Consulting and | 10.2| 8.4| 10.6| 8.6||System | | | | ||Integration | | | | |+----------------+---------+---------+-----------+---------------------+|Industry | 11.4| 11.0| 12.9| 12.2||Products | | | | |+----------------+---------+---------+-----------+---------------------+|Product | 10.7| 17.1| 11.1| 9.6||Development | | | | ||Services | | | | |+----------------+---------+---------+-----------+---------------------+|Total | 8.5| 6.3| 9.4| 8.3|+----------------+---------+---------+-----------+---------------------+ 1) adjusted for restructuring costs, capital gains/losses, goodwill impairment charges and other items Customer sales by industry group +-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+|EUR million |Customer sales|Customer sales|Change, %|| | 4–6/2016| 4–6/2015| |+-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+|Financial Services | 93| 88| 5|+-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+|Manufacturing, Retail and Logistics| 82| 77| 6|+-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+|Public, Healthcare and Welfare | 120| 107| 13|+-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+|Telecom, Media and Energy | 56| 58| -3|+-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+|IT services  | 350| 330| 6|+-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+|Product Development Services | 31 | 33| -9|+-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+|Total | 381| 364| 5|+-----------------------------------+--------------+--------------+---------+ M&A impact by service line +----------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+| | Growth, %| Organic growth, %|| |(in local currencies)|(in local currencies)|| | 4–6/2016| 4–6/2016|+----------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+|Managed Services | 2.7| 2.7|+----------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+|Consulting and System Integration | 6.1 | 1.1 |+----------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+|Industry Products   | 15.4 | 6.5 |+----------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+|IT services  | 7.3 | 3.1 |+----------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+|Product Development Services  | -8.3 | -8.3 |+----------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+|Total  | 5.9 | 2.1 |+----------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+ M&A impact by industry group +------------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+| | Growth, %| Organic growth, %|| |(in local currencies)|(in local currencies)|| | 4–6/2016| 4–6/2016|+------------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+|Financial Services  | 7.1 | 6.8 |+------------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+|Manufacturing, Retail and Logistics | 5.9 | 2.3 |+------------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+|Public, Healthcare and Welfare  | 13.3 | 5.5 |+------------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+|Telecom, Media and Energy  | -0.9 | -5.2 |+------------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+|IT services  | 7.3 | 3.1 |+------------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+|Product Development Services  | -8.3 | -8.3 |+------------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+|Total  | 5.9 | 2.1 |+------------------------------------+---------------------+---------------------+ For further information, please contact: Lasse Heinonen, CFO, tel.+358 2072 66329, +358 50 393 4950, lasse.heinonen (at) tieto.comTanja Lounevirta, Head of Investor Relations,  tel.+358 2072 71725, +358 50 321 7510, tanja.lounevirta (at) tieto.com  Press conference for analysts and media will be held on Friday 22 July at Tieto’s premises in Helsinki, address: Aku Korhosen tie 2-6 at 11.00 am EET (10.00 am CET, 9.00 am UK time). The results will be presented in English by Kimmo Alkio, President and CEO, and Lasse Heinonen, CFO. The conference will be webcasted (http://webcast.tieto.com/quarterlyreport/?q=220716)  and can be viewed live on Tieto's website (http://www.tieto.com/investors). To join the conference, attendees need Adobe Flash plugin version 10.1.0 or newer. The meeting participants can also join a telephone conference that will be held at the same time. The telephone conference details can be found below. Telephone conference numbersFinland: +358 (0)9 7479 0361Sweden: +46 (0)8 5033 6574UK: +44 (0)203 043 2002US: +1 719 325 2131Conference code: 6304748 To ensure that you are connected to the conference call, please dial in a few minutes before the start of the press and analyst conference. An on-demand video will be available after the conference. Tieto publishes financial information in English and Finnish. TIETO CORPORATION DISTRIBUTIONNASDAQ HelsinkiNASDAQ StockholmPrincipal Media  Tieto aims to capture the significant opportunities of the data-driven world and turn them into lifelong value for people, business and society. We aim to be customers’ first choice for business renewal by combining our software and services capabilities with a strong drive for co-innovation and ecosystems. Headquartered in Finland, Tieto has over 13,000 experts in close to 20 countries. Tieto’s turnover is approximately EUR 1.5 billion and shares listed on NASDAQ in Helsinki and Stockholm.  www.tieto.com 

Half-year report 2016: Improved result, cash flow and financial position

The quarter  · Sales were SEK 14,471 (15,303) million · Operating profit before depreciation/amortization was SEK 1,509 (1,236) million and excluding items affecting comparability was SEK 1,585 (1,246) million · Operating profit was SEK 592 (292) million and  excluding items affecting comparability was SEK 668 (301) million · Profit after financial items was SEK 349 (79) million and  excluding items affecting comparability was SEK 425 (88) million · Earnings per share were SEK 0.53 (0.22) · Operating cash flow was SEK 1,151 (1,462) million · The rights issue was oversubscribed and SSAB received proceeds of SEK 4,911 million in equity after transaction costs Comments by the CEO SSAB posted an operating profit, excluding items affecting comparability, of SEK 668 million for the second quarter of 2016, an improvement of SEK 858 million compared with the first quarter 2016. All divisions reported improved results, with SSAB Europe showing the strongest development between quarters. The improved result was driven primarily by higher volumes, higher prices and additional synergy capture. The operating cash flow was positive at SEK 1,151 million despite an increase in accounts receivable due to higher shipments and rising prices. Shipments during the second quarter increased compared to prior quarter and were also at a higher level than a year ago. This was mostly due to lower steel imports to Europe and to increased purchases by Steel Service Centers in North America, with no fundamental change in underlying demand. At the beginning of the quarter, steel prices rose sharply in China. This, coupled with ongoing trade cases in the EU and USA, has lowered imports from China. Steel prices have gradually risen both in Europe and in North America, however from a very low level. During the third quarter, we expect stable underlying demand, although reflecting the normal seasonal slowdown. Integration of the acquisition of Rautaruukki has now been completed. During the second quarter, we realized synergies of SEK 475 million and the annual run rate at the end of the quarter was SEK 2 billion. The synergy program was completed at the end of the second quarter, with significantly more synergies realized than the SEK 1.0-1.35 billion we had originally communicated in January 2014 and one year earlier than originally planned. We are also well on the way to deliver on our total cost savings target, which is to have reduced the cost level by SEK 2.8 billion on an annual basis in 2017 compared to the cost level at the time of the acquisition of Rautaruukki. The target to reduce the workforce by 2,400 is also proceeding according to plan. The rights issue announced in April has now been successfully completed. Through the rights issue, SSAB has received proceeds of around SEK 5 billion and, in addition to this, the refinancing package we have in place will significantly reduce the amount of loans maturing during the next 3-5 years and extend the duration of our credit facilities. SSAB aims for a total reduction of SEK 10 billion in net debt by the end of 2017, through the rights issue, divestment of non-core assets and through cash flow generated from the operations. The completion of the rights issue and the refinancing package secures SSAB’s long-term possibilities to continue to develop our business to achieve our goal of industry leading profitability. A strongly improved financial position makes us well placed to take advantage of the opportunities in the market while driving profitable growth in our well-defined focus areas.  Invitation to SSAB’s second quarter 2016 results briefingSSAB invites you to a presentation of the results for the second quarter to be held at 09.30am CEST on Friday July 22, 2016. The press conference will be held in English and webcast live on www.ssab.com. It is also possible to participate in the briefing via telephone. Venue and time of briefing: World Trade Center (WTC) Stockholm, Kungsbron 1, Conference room Manhattan, 09.30am CEST. Telephone numbers:+ 46 8 505 564 74 (Sweden),+ 44 203 364 5374 (UK), + 1 855 753 2230 (USA). Link to webcast: Go to webcast (http://edge.media-server.com/m/p/x8uwyoos) For further information, please contact Investor Relations: Liisa-Maija Seppänen, Investor Relations Manager,liisa-maija.seppanen@ssab.com, +358 20 593 9232 Media: Viktoria Karsberg, Head of Corporate Communications,viktoria.karsberg@ssab.com, +46 8 454 5734 This information is information that SSAB AB is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation and the Securities Markets Act. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact persons set out above, at 7.30 am CEST on July 22, 2016. 

Six Month Report January-June 2016

Highlights · Revenue amounted to SEK 72.5 billion (74.4); adjusted for currency effects, revenue was unchanged. · Operating income amounted to SEK 3.6 billion (2.5); adjusted for currency effects, operating income increased by 46 percent. · Earnings per share increased by 63 percent to SEK 6.89 (4.22). · Operating cash flow from operations amounted to SEK –1.9 billion (–2.2). · Operating net financial assets totaled SEK 9.4 billion (Mar. 31, 2016: 10.3). · Order bookings in Construction amounted to SEK 84.2 billion (58.3); adjusted for currency effects, order bookings increased by 47 percent. The order backlog amounted to SEK 177.9 billion (Mar. 31, 2016: 154.6). · Operating income in Construction amounted to SEK 1.3 billion (1.7), corresponding to an operating margin of 2.1 percent (2.5); adjusted for currency effects, operating income decreased by 19 percent. · Operating income in Project Development amounted to SEK 2.7 billion (1.5); adjusted for currency effects, operating income increased by 81 percent. · Return on capital employed in Project Development was 15.9 percent (15.3). · Net divestments in Project Development amounted to SEK 1.4 billion (0.9). This report will also be presented via a telephone conference and audiocast at 10:00 a.m. (CET) on July 22. The telephone conference will be audiocasted live at www.skanska.com/investors, where a recording of the conference will also be available later. To participate in the telephone conference, please dial +46 8 505 564 74, +44 2033 645 374, or +1 855 753 2230. This and previous releases can also be found at www.skanska.com/investors.

Interim report January-June 2016

January - June 2016 · Net sales amounted to SEK 2 208 million (1 742), an increase of 27 % · EBITDA increased by 20 % and amounted to SEK 376 million (314) giving an EBITDA margin of 17.0 % (18.0) · Operating profit (EBIT) amounted to SEK 218 million (198) · Profit after tax amounted to SEK 108 million (189: last year included a financial capital gain of SEK 46.6 million), giving a net margin of 4.9 % (10.9) · Earnings per share amounted to SEK 2.14 (4.22), after dilution 2.13 (4.22) · Cash flow from operating activities was SEK 78.6 million (201) · Net debt to Equity was 0.4 (0.4) Key figures    Apr change     Jan - Jun    change    Jul 15 - Jun    SEK million 2016 2015 in % 2016 2015 in % - Jun 16 2015Net sales 1 235 868 42.2 2 208 1 742 26.8 3 856 3 389Net sales 1 239 856 42.6 2 216 1 709 27.3 3 344(CER) 1/EBITDA 1/ 240 156 54.0 376 314 19.9 572 510EBIT 1/ 150 98 61.3 218 198 14.4 303 274EBITDA 19.4 17.9 17.0 18.0 14.8 15.0margin (%)1/Earnings per 1.67 1.50 23.3  2.14 4.22 -45.2 5.94 4.72shareReturn on 3.5 11.4 8.8equity (%)1/Equity per  91.9 59.3 59.2share (SEK)1/Equity ratio 51.1 49.7 48.1(%) 1/Net debt 1/ 1 807 1 001 1 183Net debt to 0.4 0.4 0.4Equity 1/Net debt to 3.2 2.0 2.3EBITDA 1/ 1/ APM: Alternative Performance Measures, see financial definitions after note 5 Thomas Eldered, CEO: “With a sales increase of 42 percent we recorded all-time high sales for the quarter. For the first time we had sales in excess of SEK 1 billion, and this even without the SEK 231 million contribution from recent acquisitions. Sales growth during the quarter, excluding acquisitions was 16 percent in local currencies. Sales of the volatile tender product Thyrosafe and from the new contract in Kaysersberg, France as well as phasing of revenues from the first quarter contributed significantly to the sales increase.  A packaging-only contract, discontinued in Q3 2015, lower reference prices in Portugal and lower sales in the UK of certain high-margin own products had a negative impact. EBITDA for the quarter increased 54 percent to SEK 240 million and EBITDA-margin increased sequentially to 19.4 percent, the highest quarterly margin ever for Recipharm. Excluding acquisitions, completed during the last twelve months, EBITDA still reached an all-time high for a quarter. In addition to the sales growth, a price adjustment related to the first quarter this year had a positive impact on EBITDA. Implementation of the cost and efficiency program in Swedish operations started to impact EBITDA positively somewhat ahead of plan. We continued to take important steps to strengthen Recipharm and to support achievement of our long-term targets. Completed acquisitions during the quarter of Indian Nitin Lifesciences Ltd, Swedish Kemwell AB and US Cirrus Pharmaceuticals Inc together with Italian Mitim Srl, acquired in February, performed according to our expectations and integration activities progressed in-line with plan. Together with the acquisition of Kemwell’s pharmaceutical business in India, with expected authority approvals in Q4 this year, we have now strengthened our synergistic business model and will align development and manufacturing services globally. Our high-performing European operations, highly efficient Indian capabilities and US bridgehead, providing access to our network for small and midsize US customers, is creating a leading global setup providing valuable solutions to our customers. We continue to make expansion investments in the Sterile Liquids segment, in particular to meet the strong demand we see for our lyophilisation services and blow-fill-seal technology. As expected we comply with our EBITDA-margin and Net debt to Equity targets. Going forward I expect our growth-driving strategies, including executing on further acquisition opportunities, to continue to deliver. The markets we operate in remain competitive but at the same time providing both growth and many opportunities. With our global reach and attractive value proposition to our customers I’m confident that we will reach our long term growth targets set to 2020. We were pleased with the support showed by our shareholders in the recently completed rights issue and we are very well placed to continue to explore the opportunities we see in the market.”  The complete interim report is attached through the link at the end of the press release. The company invites investors, analysts and media to a web conference with a presentation (in English) on 22 July 10:00 am CET where CEO Thomas Eldered and CFO Björn Westberg will present and comment on the interim report and answer questions. To participate in the web conference, please use the below link: http://edge.media-server.com/m/p/ufdsgyft Questions may be submitted by dialing below telephone numbers or by typing them in the Q&A box during the conference. If you don’t wish to ask questions by telephone you only need to participate through the link above.From Sweden: + 46 8 505 963 06From Denmark: + 45 354 45597From Finland: + 358 9 8171 0317From France: + 33 29092 0977From Germany: + 49 30 211 510 067From India: + 91 226187 51 03From Italy: + 39 2 3604 67 98From Norway: + 47 235 00 559From Portugal: + 35 210 609104 From Spain: + 34 911 143 608From Switzerland: + 41 44 5800083From the UK: + 44 203 139 48 30From the USA: + 1 718 873 90 77Pin code for participants:44823539#  For more information, please visit www.recipharm.com or contact:Thomas Eldered, CEO, +46 8 602 52 10Björn Westberg, CFO, ir@recipharm.com, +46 8 602 46 20 This information is published in accordance with the Swedish Securities Market Act, the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act and/or the regulations of NASDAQ Stockholm. This information was submitted for publication on 22 July 2016 at 07:45 am CET.   About RecipharmRecipharm is a leading CDMO (Contract Development and Manufacturing Organisation) in the pharmaceutical industry employing some 3,500 employees. Recipharm offers manufacturing services of pharmaceuticals in various dosage forms, production of clinical trial material and APIs, and pharmaceutical product development. Recipharm manufactures several hundred different products to customers ranging from Big Pharma to smaller research- and development companies. Recipharm’s turnover is approximately SEK 5.0 billion and the Company operates development and manufacturing facilities in France, Germany, India, Israel, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, the UK and the US and is headquartered in Jordbro, Sweden. The Recipharm B-share (RECI B) is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm.For more information on Recipharm and our services, please visit www.recipharm.com

Notice to attend the Annual General Meeting of Lagercrantz Group AB (publ)

The shareholders of Lagercrantz Group AB (publ) (“the Company”) are hereby given notice to attend the Annual General Meeting to be held at 4:00 p.m., Tuesday, 30 August 2016, at IVA Conference Centre, Grev Turegatan 16, Stockholm. NOTICE OF PARTICIPATION Shareholders who wish to participate in the proceedings of the Annual General Meeting must: 1)    be entered under their own name (not in the name of a trustee) in the shareholders’ register maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB no later than Wednesday, 24 August 2016. 2)    give notice at website www.lagercrantz.com, or by telephone +46-8-700 66 75 to the Company’s head office under address Lagercrantz Group AB (publ), P.O. Box 3508, SE-103 69 Stockholm, Sweden, or by e-mail to info@lagercrantz.com no later than by 3:00 p.m., Wednesday, 24 August 2016. Such notice must contain the shareholders’ name, personal registration number (organisation number), address, telephone number and the number of shares represented as well as any attending counsel. Information given for participation will only be processed for purposes of the Annual General Meeting 2016. Registered participants will receive an entrance card for the Annual Meeting by post, at the latest the day before the meeting. Shareholders whose shares are registered under a trustee must temporarily register their shares in their own name in order to exercise their voting rights at the Annual General Meeting. Such changes in registration must be completed no later than Wednesday, 24 August 2016 in order for due registration to take place. Request for such registration must be made to the trustee a few days before Wednesday, 24 August 2016 in order for the registration to be completed by that date. Where participation is based on a proxy, such proxy must be submitted to the Company well in advance of the Annual General Meeting. The Proxy must not be issued earlier than five years prior to the date of the Annual General Meeting. Proxies for legal entities must also submit a certified copy of a certificate of incorporation or equivalent document evidencing authority. The Company provides a proxy form to the shareholders and such form is available at the Company’s address or Internet website: www.lagercrantz.com. At the Meeting, shareholders have the right to ask questions about the Company, the Company’s financial position and matters and proposals to be brought before Meeting. PROPOSED AGENDA 1. Opening of the Meeting. 2. Election of Chairman to preside over the Meeting. 3. Compilation and approval of Electoral Register. 4. Approval of agenda. 5. Election of one or two persons to approve the Minutes to be taken at the Meeting. 6. Determination of whether or not the Meeting has been duly called. 7. Presentation of:a)    the Annual Accounts and the Consolidated Financial Statements and the report on the work of the Board of Directors and the committees of the Board of Directors andb)    the Audit Report and the Consolidated Audit Report and the statement on remuneration principles for members of senior management. 8. Address by the President and Chief Executive Officer. 9. Resolutions regarding:a)    adoption of the Income Statement and the Balance Sheet and the Consolidated Income Statement and the Consolidated Balance Sheet,b)    allocation of the Company’s earnings in accordance with the duly adopted Balance Sheet, andc)    discharge from liability for the members of the Board of Directors and the President.10. Report on the principle and work of the Election Committee.11. Resolution regarding the number of directors.12. Resolution regarding fees for the Board of Directors and the auditors.13. Election of directors.14. Election of Chairman of the Board of Directors.15. Election of Auditors until Annual Meeting 2017.16. Proposal by the Board of Directors for principles for compensation and other terms and conditions for employment of members of senior management.17. Proposal by the Board of Directors for issuance of call options on repurchased shares and conveyance of repurchased shares to managers and members of senior management in the Group.18. Authorisation for the Board of Directors to decide on purchase and conveyance of own shares.19. Other matters.20. Closing of the annual meeting. For full details of the Election Committee’s and the Board's proposals for resolutions and other documentation for the AGM, please see attached notice and the Company website www.lagercrantz.com. Stockholm, 22 July 2016 Board of Directors Lagercrantz Group AB (publ)

Alma Media’s Interim Report January–June 2016: Good growth in profitability and digital business in the second quarter

Alma Media Corporation     Interim Report     22 July 2016 at 9:00 a.m. (EEST)  Alma Media’s Interim Report January–June 2016:  GOOD GROWTH IN PROFITABILITY AND DIGITAL BUSINESS IN THE SECOND QUARTER   Financial performance April–June 2016:  - Revenue MEUR 92.0 (73.0), up 25.9%.  - Adjusted operating profit MEUR 9.9 (6.8), or 10.8% (9.3%) of revenue, up 45.5%.  - Operating profit MEUR 9.1 (8.1), or 9.9% (11.1%) of revenue, up 12.5%.  - Earnings per share EUR 0.07 (0.07).  - Alma Markets: Strong growth continued internationally as well as in Finland.  - Alma Talent: The benefits gained from the integration of Talentum boosted operating profit.  - Alma News & Life: The segment’s online advertising grew by 26.6%.  - Alma Regions: Profitability declined slightly year-on-year.  Financial performance January–June 2016:  - Revenue MEUR 178.7 (144.9), up 23.3%.  - Adjusted operating profit MEUR 15.4 (8.7), or 8.6% (6.0%) of revenue, up 77.1%.  - Operating profit MEUR 11.6 (10.8), or 6.5% (7.4%) of revenue, up 7.8%.  - Earnings per share EUR 0.08 (0.09).  - At the end of the period, the equity ratio was 55.7% and the gearing ratio 41.9%.  KEY FIGURES  2016  2015  Change  2016  2015  Change  2015 MEUR Q2  Q2  %  Q1–Q2  Q1–Q2  %  Q1–Q4 Revenue 92.0  73.0  25.9  178.7  144.9  23.3  291.5 Content revenue 32.6  24.2  34.7  65.0  50.1  29.6  104.1  Content revenue, 28.9  22.5  28.6  57.9  47.0  23.3  97.0 print  Content revenue, 3.7  1.7  114.7  7.0  3.2  123.2  7.1 online Advertising revenue 45.6  38.4  18.8  86.3  73.9  16.8  148.2     Advertising 19.4  17.8  9.1  35.9  34.5  3.8  66.2 revenue, print     Advertising 26.2  20.6  27.5  50.5  39.3  28.5  82.0 revenue, online Service revenue 13.8  10.5  31.7  27.4  20.9  31.0  39.2 Adjusted total 82.2  66.4  23.8  163.6  136.4  19.9  268.7 expenses Adjusted EBITDA 14.4  10.2  40.9  24.3  15.6  56.5  37.4 EBITDA   13.6  11.5  18.3  20.5  17.6  16.6  34.5 Adjusted operating profit 9.9  6.8  45.5  15.4  8.7  77.1  23.4 % of revenue  10.8  9.3  8.6  6.0  8.0 Operating profit  9.1  8.1  12.5  11.6  10.8  7.8  17.7 (loss) % of revenue  9.9  11.1  6.5  7.4  6.1 Profit for the period  6.9  6.3  9.0  8.5  8.2  4.3  12.1 Earnings per share, EUR 0.07  0.07  -5.2  0.08  0.09  -14.2  0.13 (undiluted andbasic)  Online sales  33.8  26.1  29.5  65.4  50.2  30.1  104.2 Online sales, % of revenue 36.7  35.7  36.6  34.7  35.7   Outlook for 2016:  The Finnish economy is expected to show zero growth or only slight growth in 2016. Alma Media’s main operating countries in Eastern Central Europe, such as the Czech Republic and Slovakia, are expected to see continued economic growth, but at a lower rate than in 2015.   Macroeconomic development affects both consumer demand and advertising volume. The structural transformation of advertising will continue in 2016; online advertising will grow, while print media advertising will decline. Total advertising volume is not expected to increase in Finland in 2016.  The Talentum acquisition completed in late 2015 will increase Alma Media’s revenue and operating profit in 2016. In 2016, Alma Media expects its full-year revenue and adjusted operating profit to increase from the 2015 level. The full-year revenue for 2015 was MEUR 291.5, and the adjusted operating profit was MEUR 23.4.  Kai Telanne, President and CEO:  The second quarter saw Alma Media continue the positive development achieved in the first quarter. The Group’s revenue grew by 26 per cent to MEUR 92 due to reasons including the Talentum acquisition as well as positive development in the sales of the Alma Markets and News & Life segments. Adjusted operating profit increased by46 per cent and amounted to MEUR 9.9. Earnings per share were weighed down by a provision of MEUR 1.5 recognised in relation to restructuring expenses in Alma Talent’s Swedish operations.  The second quarter revenue of the Alma Markets segment increased by 20 per cent and operating profit by 25 per cent. The factors behind the excellent performance included both international recruitment services and domestic marketplaces.  The comparable revenue of Alma Talent increased slightly. The segment’s operating profit, however, showed significant improvement as a result of cost synergies, with the integration of Talentum’s business operations into a new entity progressing as planned and in a positive spirit. The arrangements concerning the Finnish operations have mostly been completed, including relocations to new premises. The integration process is still ongoing, particularly in Swedish operations, where significant restructuring decisions were made in June.  The Alma News & Life segment achieved significant growth in digital advertising revenue for the third consecutive quarter. The unit’s revenue from digital consumer services grew due to reasons including the acquisition of a majority share in Rantapallo.fi. As a result of the positive development of the digital business, on the one hand, and declining single-copy sales, on the other hand, digital revenue grew to account for 41 per cent of the unit’s total revenue. The unit more than doubled its result.   The Alma Regions segment achieved good development in digital content and advertising sales in local and regional media in the second quarter. However, as the growing digital sales volume is not yet sufficient to cover the gap left by the falling sales of print media, the unit’s revenue and adjusted operating profit declined.As a whole, Alma Media’s team play and the Group’s strong media and service brands proved their effectiveness in an operating environment that remains full of challenges. Economic trends in Alma Media’s operating countries in Central Europe remained favourable, which creates conditions for the continued success of Alma Markets’ recruitment services. In Sweden, the strong economy provides a solid foundation for new growth in Alma Talent’s Swedish operations. Finland’s fledgling economic growth, however, hangs in the balance with factors such as European political turbulence influencing economic decisions.   The relatively low level of marketing that Finnish companies engage in for their own products has been shown by research to be a problem for our national competitiveness. Through its actions and initiatives, Alma Media strives to support the strengthening of a pro-growth atmosphere in Finland. In our view, significantly increasing marketing investments would be one of the ways to build growth and success not only for Finnish businesses, but also the country as a whole.  For more information, please contact:Kai Telanne, President and CEO, telephone +358 10 665 3500Juha Nuutinen, CFO, telephone +358 10 665 3873  Conference, webcast and conference call: A conference for Finnish media, investors and analysts will be held on the same day at 11.00–12.00 EEST in the Alma House (address: Alvar Aallon katu 3 C, Helsinki). In addition to the presentations held by President & CEO Kai Telanne and CFO Juha Nuutinen, participants will have an opportunity to discuss with other members of the company's management. Please note that the conference will be held in Finnish. The presentation material in English will be available on www.almamedia.fi/en/investors/reports-and-presentations/presentations at 11.00 EEST. To participate in the conference, kindly register beforehand by e-mail, kutsut@almamedia.fi. An international conference call and audio webcast concerning the financial result of January-June 2016 will begin at 13.00 EEST. You can participate in the conference by calling +44(0)20 3427 0503 (confirmation code: 3704124) or follow it at http://www.almamedia.fi/en/investors/reports-and-presentations/presentations. Alma Media’s financial calendar 2016 Alma Media will publish financial reports in 2016 as follows: – Interim report for January–September 2016 on Friday, 28 October at approximately 9:00 EEST Board of Directors Distribution: NASDAQ Helsinki, main media, www.almamedia.com Alma Media in brief Alma Media is a media company focusing on the service business and journalistic content. The company’s best-known brands are Kauppalehti, Talouselämä, Affärsvärlden, Iltalehti, Aamulehti, Etuovi.com and Monster. Alma Media builds sustainable growth for its customers by utilising the opportunities of digitality, including information services, system and expert services and advertising solutions. Alma Media’s operations have expanded from Finland to the Nordic countries, the Baltics and Central Europe. Alma Media employs approximately 2,500 professionals (excluding delivery personnel), of whom approximately 30% work outside Finland. Alma Media’s revenue in 2015 was EUR 291.5 million. Alma Media’s share is listed on NASDAQ Helsinki. Read more at www.almamedia.com.

Capio AB (publ) Interim report January – June 2016

April – June 2016 · Net sales MSEK 3,573 (3,441). Organic sales growth 4.0% (3.5) and total sales growth 3.8% (2.5) · Operating result (EBITDA)[1] MSEK 276 (237) and operating margin 7.7% (6.9). EBITDA increased by 16.5% · Operating result (EBITA)[1] MSEK 172 (136) and operating margin 4.8% (4.0). EBITA increased by 26.5%   · Operating result (EBIT) MSEK 157 (66) and operating margin 4.4% (1.9). EBIT increased by 137.9% · Profit for the period[1] MSEK 113 (-31) and adjusted profit for the period[1] MSEK 123 (60). · Earnings per share[2] SEK 0.80 (-0.25) and adjusted earnings per share[2] SEK 0.87 (0.47) January – June 2016 · Net sales MSEK 7,176 (6,919). Organic sales growth 3.8% (3.2) and total sales growth 3.7% (2.8) · Operating result (EBITDA)[1] MSEK 572 (528) and operating margin 8.0% (7.6). EBITDA increased by 8.3% · Operating result (EBITA)[1] MSEK 367 (327) and operating margin 5.1% (4.7). EBITA increased by 12.2%   · Operating result (EBIT) MSEK 333 (228) and operating margin 4.6% (3.3). EBIT increased by 46.1% · Profit for the period[1] MSEK 235 (42) and adjusted profit for the period[1] MSEK 260 (154). · Earnings per share[2] SEK 1.67 (0.33) and adjusted earnings per share[2] SEK 1.84 (1.22) [1] Refer to page 28 for definitions of EBITDA and EBITA. Profit and adjusted profit refer to profit attributable to parent company shareholders.[2] Earnings per share and adjusted earnings per share before and after dilution were the same. Refer to note 2 for calculations of earnings per share.  CEO comments: “Strong development in all segments – France on track for full price decrease compensation in full year 2016.”  · Organic sales growth of 4% and EBITA growth of 27% in the second quarter 2016 · Continued strong development in Nordic and Germany · France improving pace during the second quarter and is on the right track to reach a flat margin development for the full year 2016  We are now in a trend of strong positive development in all segments and we are in line with our plans going forward. Nordic showed good net sales and result develop­ment. Organic sales growth in the quarter was close to 5% and for the first six months it was just below 4%. Operating margin (EBITA) improved more than one percentage point in the quarter and close to a percentage point in the first six months, compared to the same periods 2015. The productivity increase in Proximity care in Sweden is conti­n­uing on plan. Capio S:t Göran’s hospital in Stockholm is enjoy­ing double digit sales growth as a consequence of the transfer of patient volumes in connection with the preparation of the opening of the down-sized New Karolinska Hospital. The new and larger accident and emergency department (A&E) at Capio S:t Göran opened in late April and will contribute to continued good growth. Specialist care has also good develop­ment and is preparing to strengthen and streamline the offer in the free healthcare choice market. Norway has successfully integrated last year’s acquisitions and is improving results. France has over the first six months almost fully compensated for the Government’s price cut in March of over 2%. In the first quarter the negative margin gap was 0.4 percentage point compared to the same quarter last year. In the second quarter the gap decreased to 0.1 percentage point. Ongoing actions are aiming at closing the gap during the rest of the year. These actions contain reorganization of employees, more efficient procure­ment, continuous impr­ovements in a few remaining lagging units and business development in medical specialties. When compensating the remaining margin gap during the second half of the year, this will create a good starting point for next year’s work to continue improve margins, as France will then end the year with a higher run rate than the average margin for 2016. It is encouraging to see that the growth in patient volumes was very strong in France in the quarter – 6.3%. This reflects the attractiveness of our focus on Modern Medicine and the continuous shift from in- to out-patient treatments. It can be noted that doctors in Capio Clinique du Tonkin Heart Clinic in Lyon performed the first ever daycare TAVI operation (cardiac valve insertion) in France on an 86 year old patient. The patient arrived early in the morning and left in good health and spirit just after 6 pm on the same day. As expected, Germany had a strong second quarter and is for the first six months on plan and positioned for continued impr­ovements. The improvements in the general hospitals continued with both strong organic sales growth and increased producti­vity giving improved margins. In total 731 employees signed up for the convertible debenture loan with a total amount of MSEK 155, whereof all members of Group management (MSEK 23) and 12 out of 14 business area and regional managers (MSEK 16) participated. The focus going forward is of course on securing the ongoing strong trends in the current businesses. We are also increasing the preparations for digitalization in all areas from easier access for patients over workflow improvements to standardizing adm­inistration and medical records. There are a number of ongoing pilot projects and these will be scaled up when proven efficient. We are also actively searching for interesting acquisitions. Thomas Berglund President and CEO   Presentation of the interim reportInvestors, analysts and media are invited to participate in a telephone conference on July 22, 2016 at 09.30 am (CET). President and CEO Thomas Berglund and CFO Olof Bengtsson will present the report and answer questions. The telephone conference will be audio casted live on www.capio.com. To participate in the telephone conference, please register at www.capio.com (http://edge.media-server.com/m/p/utxwbwq4) and dial in five minutes prior to the start of the conference call. Sweden: +46 8 566 426 90UK: +44 203 008 98 07US: +1 855 753 22 35Finland: +35 898 171 04 93France: +33 170 75 07 12 Prior to the start of the telephone conference, presentation slides will be available at www.capio.com. A recorded version of the audio cast will be available at www.capio.com during the afternoon (CET).  Financial calendarNovember 3, 2016, Interim report January – September 2016 February 10, 2017, Full year report January – December 2016  For further informationThomas Berglund, President and CEOTelephone: +46 733 88 86 00, E-mail: thomas.berglund@capio.com Olof Bengtsson, CFOTelephone: +46 761 18 74 69, E-mail: olof.bengtsson@capio.com Kristina Ekeblad, Investor Relations ManagerTelephone: +46 708 31 19 40, E-mail: kristina.ekeblad@capio.com Henrik Brehmer, SVP Group Communication and Public AffairsTelephone: +46 761 11 34 14, E-mail: henrik.brehmer@capio.com For further information regarding Capio’s IR activities, refer to www.capio.com (http://www.capio.com/investors) This information is information that Capio AB (publ) is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation and the Securities Markets Act. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person Henrik Brehmer set out above, at 08.00 (CET) on July 22, 2016.

CONCENTRIC INTERIM REPORT JANUARY – JUNE 2016

The group’s sales for the second quarter and the first six months were down year-on-year by 11% and 13% respectively in constant currency. The primary reason for the fall in sales year-on-year continues to be the lower US volumes in the Class 8 heavy duty truck market, down by over 30% in both the second quarter and the first six months, following a peak in the replacement cycle during the second half of 2015 and a subsequent correction of inventory levels. Conversely, the European truck market has shown steady year-on-year growth for the sixth consecutive quarter. Off-highway sectors in both North America and Europe have remained soft as a result of low commodity pricesand dealers having to de-stock inventory. Overall, Concentric's sales for the first six months were broadly in line with published market indices. Concentric Business Excellence (“CBE”) has been key in our ability to adapt operations to lower demand and thereby defend our margins. All parts of the business participate in this programme, driving continuous improvement in customer service levels, employee motivation and operational excellence. The successful implementation of this model has continued to strengthen the consolidated results in spite of the market headwinds, ensuring that the underlying EBIT margin for both the second quarter and the first six months improved to 17.0% and 16.7% respectively. In addition, we have continued to protect and enhance our sales and engineering resources to support the organic growth objectives that we set out at our Capital Markets Day back in 2014. We also continue to explore acquisition opportunities for enabling technologies that will enhance our solutions for variable displacement pumps and provide us with an even greater presence alongside our global customers. OutlookThe referendum on the UK’s future in the EU resulted in a win for the leave campaign. At this point it is difficult to determine what the impact of this decision will be or what the new trade agreements will look like. However, as a global business with a strong manufacturing footprint and R&D focus in the UK, Concentric is well positioned to face the challenges that lay ahead. Looking forward, the orders received, and expected to be fulfilled during the third quarter of 2016, were slightly behind the sales levels of the second quarter of 2016. Our continued focus on business excellence will help us respond to these challenging market conditions as we prepare for the positive demand trend for European medium and heavy duty trucks to flatten out in the second half of 2016. North and South America will remain challenging for both on- and off-highway sectors. Market indices have been revised during the second quarter and now suggest that production volumes blended to Concentric’s end-markets and regions will remain soft during the second half of 2016, down 7% year-on-year for the full year 2016. Concentric remains well positioned both financially and operationally, to fully leverage our market opportunities. For further information, please contact:David Woolley (President and CEO) or David Bessant (CFO) at Tel: +44 121 445 6545 or E-mail: info@concentricab.com This information is information that Concentric AB is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation and the Securities Markets Act. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 08.00 CET on 22 July 2016.

Studsvik’s Interim Report for January – June 2016

·  In April 2016 Studsvik signed an agreement to sell the company’s operations in the Waste Treatment business area in Sweden and the United Kingdom. ·  Sales in the quarter were by and large unchanged at SEK 176.3 (177.7) million. In local currencies sales increased by 0.2 per cent. ·  The operating profit for the quarter amounted to SEK –1.2 (0.8) million. Items affecting comparability impact earnings by SEK –5.0 (0) million. ·  The free cash flow was SEK –29.2 (–38.9) million. +----------------+-----+------+-------------+-------------+--------------+| |April| April|Jan-June 2016|Jan-June 2015|Full year 2015|| |-June| -June| | | || | 2016| 2015| | | |+----------------+-----+------+-------------+-------------+--------------+|Sales, SEK |176.3| 177.7| 347.9| 334.5| 721.2||million  | | | | | |+----------------+-----+------+-------------+-------------+--------------+|Operating | –1.2| 0.8| 9.5| –0.9 | 36.6||profit, SEK   | | | | | ||million  | | | | | |+----------------+-----+------+-------------+-------------+--------------+|Profit after | 1.7| –4.9| 7.6| –7.3| 14.6 ||tax, SEK | | | | | ||million  | | | | | |+----------------+-----+------+-------------+-------------+--------------+|Free cash flow, |–29.2| –38.9| –31.3| –43.7| –29.8||SEK   million* | | | | | |+----------------+-----+------+-------------+-------------+--------------+|Net debt, SEK |165.9| 148.5| 165.9| 148.5| 134.3||million* | | | | | |+----------------+-----+------+-------------+-------------+--------------+|Net debt/equity | 61.9| 49.2| 61.9| 49.2| 45.0||ratio, %* | | | | | |+----------------+-----+------+-------------+-------------+--------------+|Profit per share| 0.20|–0.60 | 0.92| –0.89 | 1.78||after tax, SEK | | | | | |+----------------+-----+------+-------------+-------------+--------------+|Equity per |32.62| 36.70| 32.62| 36.70| 36.30||share, SEK* | | | | | |+----------------+-----+------+-------------+-------------+--------------+|*Refers to   | | | | | ||total | | | | | ||operations  | | | | | |+----------------+-----+------+-------------+-------------+--------------+          The interim report will be presented at a telephone conference call according to separate distributed invitation at 1:30 PM CET today. Please read the full interim report in the attached file. For further information, please contact: Michael Mononen, CEO, +46 155 22 10 86 or, Pål Jarness, CFO, +46 155 22 10 09 Facts about Studsvik Studsvik offers a range of advanced technical services to the international nuclear power industry in such areas as consultancy services and fuel and materials technology. The company has over 65 years’ experience of nuclear technology and radiological services. Studsvik has 700 employees in 7 countries and the company’s shares are listed on the Nasdaq Stockholm. This information is information that Studsvik AB (publ) is obliged to disclose pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation and the Securities Market Act. The information was released for public disclosure, through the agency of the contact persons above, on July 22, 2016, at 08:30 am (CEST).  www.studsvik.com

Interim report April – June 2016

April – June 2016 · Net sales increased by 4% to SEK 3,800 million (3,660) · The order backlog increased by 16% to SEK 7,972 million (6,875). · Operating profit increased by 22% to SEK 227 million (187) · The operating margin improved to 6.0% (5.1) · Adjusted operating profit was SEK 227 million (203). Specific costs were SEK – million (17). The adjusted operating margin was 6.0% (5.6) · Profit after tax was SEK 163 million (61). · Cash flow from operating activities was SEK 57 million (59) · Net debt amounted to SEK 2,577 million (2,675) · Two acquisitions were made in the quarter, adding annual sales of SEK 82 million · Earnings per share were SEK 0.81 (0.30) January – June 2016 · Net sales increased by 3% to SEK 7,227 million (6,985) · Operating profit increased by 18% to SEK 401 million (339) · The operating margin improved to 5.6% (4.9) · Adjusted operating profit was SEK 401 million (375). Specific costs were SEK – million (36). The adjusted operating margin was 5.6% (5.4) · Profit after tax was SEK 286 million (123) · Cash flow from operating activities was SEK 70 million (347) · Four acquisitions were completed in the period, adding annual sales of SEK 189 million · Earnings per share were SEK 1.42 (0.61) CEO statement Good growth in serviceOur net sales increased by 4 percent in the second quarter through higher service sales and acquisitions. Service sales rose by 10 percent, 6 percent of which was organic growth. Net sales from installation projects decreased by 1 percent in the quarter. The main reason for this is that during 2014 and 2015 there were a number of large installation projects that were completed at the end of 2015 and the start of 2016. The lower production in our project activities is also an explanation for a slightly lower cash flow. There are several large projects in our growing order backlog, such as a number of hospitals, that will replace the completed projects. We have previously had good experiences from hospital projects and the upcoming projects will start production in the second half of 2016. Organic growth has also been adversely affected by weakening demand in south-west Norway owing to lower activity in the oil and gas sector. Organic growth for the whole Group was 0 percent in the quarter, although growth showed a positive trend in the quarter with organic growth in June. Improved operating marginAdjusted operating profit for the second quarter rose by 12 percent and amounted to SEK 227 million, while the adjusted operating margin improved from 5.6 percent to 6.0 percent. The improvement in the operating margin is due to the Group’s Swedish operations, where we are seeing the results of our improvement initiatives that have contributed to higher project margins. Norway reported a lower operating margin owing mainly to costs for staff reductions in south-west Norway. The operating margin in Denmark is stable and operations in Finland broke even for the second quarter, which is in line with our plan for establishing the business in Finland. The organisation in Finland is being adapted to prevailing market conditions and the Group’s procedures have been implemented. Our assessment is that Finland will show positive performance in coming quarters. Sustained good market conditions and record-high order backlogWe estimate the market to remain healthy in Sweden, stable in Norway and Denmark and will gradually improve in Finland. The market drivers are new-builds and renovation of hospitals, retail premises and housing, as well as increased demand for service. A lack of skilled labour has hampered our growth in Denmark, and a similar situation is increasingly evident in Sweden. To Bravida, margin is always more important than volume, and in view of this, project selection is important and resources need to be allocated to the right projects and utilized effectively. Our order backlog improved significantly in the quarter,  and once again we can note that our order backlog is all time high. An increase by 12 percent to just under SEK 8 billion. This contains lots of small and medium-sized orders, as well as some large orders, indicating stable performance and a good basis for sales performance over the coming quarter. Mattias Johansson, Stockholm, July 2016 For further information, please contact:Mattias Johansson, CEO and Group President of Bravida. Tel: +46 8 695 20 00Nils-Johan Andersson, CFO of Bravida. Tel: +46 70 668 50 75IRcontact@bravida.com This information is information that Bravida Holding AB is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation and the Securities Markets Act. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 10:30 CET on 22 July 2016. A webcasted telephone conference will be held at 13:30 CET on 22 July 2016.

Passengers R equested to Check the Validity of Their Travel Documents and Get Acquainted with the Restrictions for Air Travellers

Before leaving, make sure that the travel documents and entry visas, if such are required in the country of destination, are valid. It is also recommended to find out what validity term of the passport is required and whether an identity card is accepted as a travel document by the state you are going to. In order not to delay your travel plans, avoid any misunderstandings at the security check and not to give away any valuable items, Riga Airport invites passengers to study carefully the restrictions and prohibitions for the items included in the list of prohibited articles and substances (it refers to both carry-on and hold baggage). We would like to remind passengers that the list of prohibited items also includes such everyday items as blue flame and Zippo lighters, lighter fuel, self-defence sprays, etc., as well as inventory often used during the summer season - camping stoves, full oxygen cylinders for diving and compressed air tanks. Upon carrying drinks, volume restrictions for carry-on baggage, as well as the permitted quantity of excisable goods that may be brought in each country should be observed. In turn, food items may be carried in both carry-on and hold baggage, unless any special restrictions are set in the specific country due to an emergency. According to the European Commission's list of prohibited articles that may not be taken aboard aircraft and the National Aviation Security Programme, aviation security inspectors have the right to request evidence for the authenticity of medications and food. It should also be reminded that each air carrier has its own rules for the check-in procedure, the required travel documents, baggage size and weight, and other aspects of travel. Information on the procedure for crossing the border of the Republic of Latvia is available on the website of the State Border Guard http://www.rs.gov.lv (http://www.rs.gov.lv/?setlang=1). Useful travel information is also available on the websites of air carriers or by calling the carriers' information lines, as well as in the websites of the embassies of the countries of travel destination. In turn, more information on aviation security requirements is available on the website of the Airport at www.riga-airport.com section Passengers. (http://www.riga-airport.com/en/main/passengers)

Interim Report: January 1 – June 30 2016

Second quarter summary, April – June 2016  · Net sales grew 36 per cent to SEK 528.4 m (387.3). · EBITA increased to SEK 37.0 m (22.6), corresponding to an EBITA margin of 7.0 per cent (5.8). · Operating profit increased to SEK 23.3 m (12.8), corresponding to an operating margin of 4.4 per cent (3.3). · Profit after tax increased to SEK 15.6 m (8.7). · Earnings per share after dilution increased to SEK 0.51 (0.29). · Cash flow from operating activities was SEK -28.2 m (23.3). First half year summary, January – June 2016  · Net sales grew 31 per cent to SEK 1,069.2 m (819.1). · EBITA increased to SEK 67.6 m (56.3), corresponding to an EBITA margin of 6.3 per cent (6.9). · Operating profit increased to SEK 41.5 m (37.2), corresponding to an operating margin of 3.9 per cent (4.5). · Profit after tax was SEK 28.3 m (28.3). · Earnings per share after dilution were SEK 0.93 (0.96). · Cash flow from operating activities was SEK 122.0 m (63.8). Significant events during the second quarter, April – June 2016 · PLM services agreement signed with globally leading provider of transportation systems - order value worth more than SEK 20 m. · Framework agreement signed with Inera for e-health application management. · Contract award decision for planning and monitoring system with order value of approximately SEK 35 m appealed for review. · Subsidiaries Tekis and Cartesia merged under the Sokigo brand. · The subsidiary Cad-Q renamed to Symetri. Significant events after the end of the reporting period  · Acquisition of software company EssVision. · Establishment of new software company in Norway focusing on the pharmacy and e-health sectors. CEO comment’s A good quarter with organic growth Organic growth and stronger margins During the second quarter we had growth of 36 per cent, a stronger EBITA margin, and a sharp improvement in earnings per share compared with the same quarter a year ago. Organic growth for comparable units was six per cent, and recurring revenue from support and maintenance agreements and SaaS solutions accounted for nearly half of net sales – in other words a good quarter! Further focus on the public sector In the Process Management business area we are contributing to societal benefit by being a driver of digitalisation in the public sector. We have won new agreements and are making exciting inroads into new areas. During the quarter we signed a framework agreement in e-health with Inera, and we are awaiting a decision on the appealed contract award decision from the City of Gothenburg, worth more than SEK 35 m. After the end of the period we launched the subsidiary Pharmasolutions AS, which will focus on system solutions for the e-health and pharmacy market in Norway. IT deliveries to the Norwegian pharmacy market amounted to approximately NOK 500 m in 2015, and demand is expected to accelerate in pace with increased digitalisation in the e-health sector, and thus we see major business potential in this area. International arena for Design and PLM In the Design Management business area, the shift from the Cad-Q brand to Symetri has made it clear that we are one of northern Europe’s leading suppliers of software and services for design and product data information. We have had good demand from the construction and property market in Sweden and favourable performance for our Interaxo project tool in Norway. Through the acquisition of Transcat in 2015 we expanded our international reach in the Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) business area. We are attracting a growing number of customers both in Europe and the USA, who attach a premium to the fact that we have a level of competence, size and international organisation that sets us apart from our competitors. Among other achievements, during the quarter we signed a service agreement worth more than SEK 20 m with an internationally leading US-based supplier of transport systems. We are continuing our acquisition journey During 2016 we continued on our acquisition journey and welcomed an additional two software companies to the Group. In February we acquired 5D Systemkonsult, a niche provider of systems for the property management sector, and after the end of the second quarter we acquired the software company EssVision, which broadens our information management product portfolio and strengthens our comprehensive offering to municipalities and authorities. Our acquisition prospects remain good, and we are continuously evaluating a large number of acquisition candidates. Good opportunities We work in markets with good opportunities for profitable growth. By developing our existing operations and successively acquiring companies, we are leveraging our niche offerings to be even more competitive in an international arena. Staffan Hanstorp, President and CEO The information in this press release is such that Addnode Group AB (publ) must disclose in accordance with the Market Abuse Regulation, the Swedish Securities Market Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was released on July 22, 2016 , at 11:00 AM CET.  

FRAIKIN GROWS LYRECO CONTRACT BY MORE THAN 80 PER CENT

Fraikin is delivering more than 170 new 3.5-tonne Renault Master long wheelbase vans into service with office products supplier Lyreco – to give the customer one of the most modern light commercial vehicle fleets in the business. Following a rigorous tender process managed by ERA Fleet Cost Management, the new vehicles are being supplied on a four year full service contract hire basis to support Lyreco in fulfilling its next-day delivery promise to customers. The company’s 2016 fleet investment includes an initial batch of 89 new Master vans, which are replacing assets previously supplied via an alternate provider. In July Fraikin will commence delivery of phase two of the deal, with a further 83 Master vans to replace older Fraikin assets in the fleet. Jennie Lucas, National Distribution Manager, Lyreco, says: “Fraikin plays an integral role in maximising our fleet uptime and efficiency, which in turn means we can keep our next-day delivery promise. Their proven track record was key to renewing the 10-year relationship, and part of the decision to extend their share of our fleet.” Fraikin will maximise fleet uptime by taking care of all vehicle servicing overnight and at weekends, with a collection and delivery service to make it hassle-free for Lyreco. Fraikin also provides rapid replacement vehicles nationwide in the event of a contract vehicle suffering unexpected downtime, sourced from its own 1,200-strong rental fleet – with a commitment to being able to supply the specification of van preferred by Lyreco. All vehicle maintenance is co-ordinated centrally via the 24/7 Fraikin Service Centre (FSC) in Coventry, using a dual network of both Fraikin branches and approved repair agents. This ensures Lyreco benefits from the highest standards of maintenance, with each of its 24 regional distribution centres no more than a few miles from either a Fraikin branch or an authorised service partner. Lyreco is also able to monitor its fleet through FraikinView – a specialist web portal which enables vehicle defects to be reported online and provides up-to-the-minute progress of vehicle breakdowns. It also lists planned maintenance work, helping Lyreco optimise fleet scheduling, and hosts important vehicle documentation, service records and fleet information to aid compliance. “Having access to service documentation and vehicle records online is a real bonus. Operational compliance and fleet efficiency is extremely important to us – FraikinView makes life easier,” adds Lucas. The new deliveries will join a 280-strong commercial vehicle fleet operated by Lyreco, which also includes a combination of five-tonne panel vans and 7.5-tonne rigids. They will be spread across Lyreco’s national network, with each van expected to cover up to 30,000 miles a year and be on the road up to six days a week. ends Notes to editor: About FraikinFraikin Ltd (http://www.fraikin.co.uk/) is part of the Fraikin Group (http://www.fraikin.com/), the largest commercial vehicle fleet services company in Europe, providing expert fleet management, contract hire and rental solutions to both the private and public sector. The Fraikin Group, established in France in 1944 by Gérard Fraikin, has operations in 16 countries, with more than 2,800 employees, 7,000 clients, 180 branches and a fleet of 60,000 vehicles. Its operations span Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Luxembourg, Morocco, Netherlands, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland, Poland and the UK. Since 2007 Fraikin has been owned by CVC Capital Partners (http://www.cvc.com/), one of the world’s leading private equity and investment advisory firms. For further press information please contact:James Boley at Garnett Keeler PR on 020 8647 4467 or by email to james.boley@garnettkeeler.comTo access Fraikin’s online newsroom please visit http://news.cision.com/fraikin FRA/048/16

Financial Report April - June 2016

(Stockholm, July 22, 2016) – – – For the three-month period ended June 30, 2016, Autoliv, Inc. (NYSE: ALV and SSE: ALIV.Sdb) – the worldwide leader in automotive safety systems – reported consolidated sales of $2,579 million. Quarterly organic sales* grew by 7.7%. The operating margin was 8.2% and the adjusted operating margin* was 8.6% (for non-U.S. GAAP measures see enclosed reconciliation tables). The expectation at the beginning of the quarter was for organic sales growth of “around 10%” and an adjusted operating margin of “around 8.5%”. For the third quarter of 2016, the Company expects organic sales to increase by around 6% and an adjusted operating margin of around 7.5%. The expectation for the full year is for organic sales growth of around 7% and an adjusted operating margin of more than 8.5%. The margin revisions are mainly related to costs for stronger than expected order intake. (See the “Outlook” section on the next page for further discussion of organic sales and adjusted operating margin, which are forward-looking non-U.S. GAAP measures). Key Figures For Key Figures summary table, please refer to attached file below. Comments from Jan Carlson, Chairman, President & CEO"The transformation of Autoliv continues and in the first six months of 2016 we saw continued strong order intake, which is likely to continue. This is a positive development for our future growth and our current long-term outlook now shows that we should surpass our end of decade sales target of 12 billion US dollars. As preparation for the delivery of our products begins two to three years before start of production and as future growth is accelerating, we have added close to 400 engineering resources during the second quarter. In order to be able to capture the future growth opportunities and maintain our focus on “quality first in everything we do”, we are in addition planning to add more than 1,000 engineering resources in the next twelve months. Besides the strong developments in passive safety we also saw several positive developments in our electronics business. We secured important customer wins, Autoliv-Nissin Brake Systems had a solid start in its first quarter of operations and in active safety we grew 30% organically. I am pleased that we are able to capture significant future business and balance further investments for growth with healthy full year operating margins within our long-term target range of 8-9%, while also delivering on our quarterly margin guidance despite slightly lower than expected organic growth, mainly from a lower global light vehicle production.During the quarter, one of our customers experienced a quality related recall issue with one of our products and we are still investigating the cause. Quality is our first priority and we are working with our customer to resolve this issue in the best possible manner.We continue 2016 with a clear focus on execution. Quality first, the robustness of our products and focus on operations are more important than ever as we deal with accelerating future business volumes.” An earnings conference call will be held at 2:00 p.m. (CET) today, July 22. To follow the webcast or to obtain the pin code and phone number, please access www.autoliv.com. The conference slides will be available on our web site as soon as possible following the publication of this earnings report.

Michelin CrossClimate tyres ‘exceed all expectations’ at British Gas

British Gas has enjoyed more than a year of improved traction and mobility across its 13,000-strong commercial vehicle fleet, thanks to Michelin CrossClimate tyres. The company – Britain’s largest energy provider – swapped its tyre policy to Michelin’s unique summer tyre with winter capabilities in mid-2015. The move came after Fleet Manager Colin Marriott tested the tyre at a launch event in Geneva, comparing the technology to Michelin’s winter and summer tyre ranges, as well as competitors’ all-season tyres. Marriott says: “Michelin’s CrossClimate tyres have exceeded expectations in all respects. The fitments have clearly improved year-round traction for our wide-ranging fleet, especially in wet weather, and we’ve had nothing but positive feedback from our drivers. Knowing the company’s fleet can get almost anywhere – no matter what the unpredictable British weather throws at us – offers great peace of mind, and helps us keep our customers happy.” He adds: “In fact, some of our drivers who operate in the most demanding rural environments believe the company no longer needs to operate its small number of specialist 4x4 vans for these areas, as CrossClimate tyres do such a great job keeping the vehicles on the road safely, no matter what the conditions.” The fitments offer the benefits of a summer tyre for dry or wet braking, energy efficiency and total mileage, while also boasting the braking performance and traction of a winter tyre on cold and snow-covered roads – making CrossClimate tyres perfect for the UK’s often changeable weather. British Gas has tasked its OEMs to supply CrossClimate tyres on new vehicles where possible, and the company’s replacement tyres are fitted by service provider ATS Euromaster under the policy. CrossClimate tyres are now available in 35 dimensions, covering in excess of 75 per cent of all car and car-derived van tyres in sizes from 14 to 18 inches. Michelin is currently launching more sizes throughout 2016 across 14 to 19 inches. With a V-shaped tread and self-blocking 3D sipes, CrossClimate tyres are also designed to optimise traction in snow. Described as a “claw” effect, the vertical and lateral waves of the sipes give the tread blocks greater rigidity, while also benefiting longevity, steering precision and general dry road performance. Most sizes of CrossClimate tyres have earned the top ‘A’ rating for wet braking on European tyre labels, and several sizes have achieved a ‘B’ rating for rolling resistance, with a noise rating of 68 decibels. Ends Michelin, the leading tyre company, is dedicated to sustainably improving the mobility of goods and people by manufacturing, distributing and marketing tyres for every type of vehicle. It also offers innovative business support services, digital mobility services and publishes travel guides, hotel and restaurant guides, maps and road atlases. Headquartered in Clermont-Ferrand, France, Michelin is present in 170 countries, has 112,300 employees and operates 68 production plants in 17 countries. The Group also has a Technology Centre, responsible for research and development, with operations in Europe, North America and Asia. (www.michelin.com (http://media.ne.cision.com/l/nfieqcwq/www.michelin.com/)) For further press information please contact:David Johnson, Michelin Press OfficeTel: + 44 (0) 1782 402341      Email: d.johnson@michelin.com Andy Hemphill or Beth Laws, Garnett Keeler PR, Inver House, 37-39 Pound Street,Carshalton, Surrey, SM5 3PGTel: +44 (0)20 8647 4467   Fax: +44 (0)20 8544 4711   E-mail: andy.hemphill@garnettkeeler.com or beth.laws@garnettkeeler.com  MICHF/249/16

Interim report second quarter and first half-year 2016

Second quarter 2016 – Indutrade’s growth continues ·  Order intake rose 13% to SEK 3,422 million (3,026). The increase for comparable units was 8%. ·  Net sales rose 10% to SEK 3,317 million (3,025). The increase for comparable units was 5%. ·  Operating profit before amortisation of intangible non-current assets attributable to acquisitions (EBITA) rose 12% to SEK 405 million (362), corresponding to an EBITA margin of 12.2% (12.0%). ·  Net profit rose 13% to SEK 259 million (229), corresponding to earnings per share of SEK 2.16 (1.91). CEO's message The uncertainty that has overshadowed the market in recent years did not decrease during the second quarter. Many countries continue to experience weak or no growth, and the Brexit vote in the UK has given rise to even more questions about the future. The combination of political instability and large fluctuations in currency rates and commodity prices is presenting our company presidents with major challenges. What does this entail for our customers? Will the trend continue as forecast? Added to this, many of the projects that customers have planned are being pushed back due to the general level of uncertainty. One advantage that our company presidents have is that their organisations are relatively small, and they can independently make quick business decisions and adapt to their customers’ needs. We have continued to become accustomed to varied growth in different segments and sharp swings in the market. In previous years there were countries with strong growth that served as locomotives for our own growth, but performance in several of these growth markets has clearly slowed during the past year, and no one knows when growth will return. Despite this difficult economic climate, Indutrade continues to grow. Second quarter Order intake increased by 13%, of which 8% was organic, and sales rose 10%, of which 5% was organic. In the second quarter as well, this favourable organic growth can be credited to strong performance by companies in Sweden, Denmark, Benelux and Ireland. In Sweden investments grew in the pulp and paper industry, which benefited Indutrade. Commercial vehicles are another segment that has performed well. Major investments in the pharmaceutical industry in Ireland continue to generate good business opportunities for our companies. The previous strong growth in the UK has slowed, partly owing to the negative impact of the decline in the oil and gas sector and partly as an effect of increased uncertainty, associated with Brexit. Sterling has weakened after the referendum, but on the other hand this may benefit export companies over time. Indutrade’s operations in Finland performed better than expected during the quarter, which can be credited to the performance of individual companies and not to higher growth in the country as a whole. Indutrade is achieving its target of at least 10% growth over an economic cycle as a result of both organic and acquired growth. In the current market climate, a considerable share of growth will continue to be achieved through acquisitions until we can gain a boost from an upswing in industrial production. Acquisitions Our acquisition prospects remain favourable, and during the year to date we have carried out nine acquisitions, including two after the end of the quarter, with another one scheduled for possession to take place in August. Indutrade continues to grow above all outside of Sweden. A total of three acquisitions have been made in Denmark during the year. The two most recent are Klokkerholm, which manufactures spare parts for the automotive industry aftermarket, and Crysberg, which makes irrigation control systems. Both of these companies complement previous acquisitions made by the Group. In the UK we have carried out three acquisitions, where the most recent – Vacuum Engineering – gives the Group a stronger position in the area of leak detection. In Sweden one acquisition has been made – KA Olsson – which strengthens our position in chemical products. In addition, acquisitions have been made in the Netherlands and Norway during the year. Outlook I do not expect any major change in the demand situation in the near future. The market will continue to be unstable, and our challenge is to capture market shares in a market with low growth. The Indutrade model, which we have worked with for decades, entails a decentralised way of working for our small, flexible and local companies. They can act swiftly and adapt to prevailing demand. We have a good diversification of risk, with many small companies in many countries that work in a range of niches and segments. Our prospects to generate profitable growth therefore remain favourable. Johnny Alvarsson, President and CEO

NobleStitch ASD Closure Case Highlights Septal Defect Closure Revolution At CSI Conference

  Frankfurt, Germany—July 20, 2016—Nobles Medical Technologies II (NMT2) continued to surprise the more than 900 cardiologist and cardiac-specialist attendees at the CSI conference on structural heart interventions with its presentation of the first-ever ASA repair, ASD and PFO closure case.  Prof. Anthony Nobles, CEO and Chief Clinical Specialist of NMT2, presented the case in detail, highlighting its unique series of “firsts”: the first-ever closure of an ASD without surgery or without the use of a device implanted in the heart; the first-ever repair of an ASA (atrial septal aneurysm) performed percutaneously using only suture; and using a second NobleStitch device, the first-ever completion of three unique structural heart repairs in a single patient.   Dr. Niels Erik Nielsen, Director of structural heart interventions at Linköping University Hospital, Linköping, Sweden, performed the case with Prof. Nobles proctoring the new technique.  Dr. Nielsen commented on the significance of the procedure, and its meaning for the overall treatment of septal defects in the future: ”The NobleStitch allowed us to successfully address these three structural heart abnormalities with only a “simple” suture—without implantation of an umbrella device, and without the inherent risks of having such a device, such as arrhythmia, embolization or late erosion.”   Prof. Anthony Nobles, CEO, Chief Clinical Specialist of NMT2 and inventor of the NobleStitchÔ EL, who assisted Dr. Nielsen during the case by providing technical support commented, “The success of this “First-In-Man” case with the NobleStitch demonstrates our technologies’ ability to treat a broader range of structural heart defects.  Presenting this at CSI, in front of the world’s leading experts during the same week that Prof. Horst Sievert performed the successful Live PFO case and Dr. Mullen presented the multi-center data on NobleStitchÔ EL for PFO closure, provided international demonstration that there is an alternative method for closing these defects without open-heart surgery, and without the need to leave large metal implants in the heart.”   Ben Brosch, President of NMT2 commented, “This presentation represents NMT2 staking a claim in the septal defect marketplace, proving we can address ASD’s, PFO’s and ASA’s.  We have also seen a wiliness by our physicians to expand their use of the NobleStitch, which from a business perspective accelerates sales growth of the NobleStitch world-wide.   About PFO Closure A PFO is a relatively common heart defect characterized by an unsealed tunnel between the right and left atria of the heart.  This defect has been known to be present in anywhere between 27%-38% of people.  However, in a number of cases, it is benign.   The PFO is formed as a trace of the fetal circulation.  When the chambers of a human heart begin to develop, a tunnel is made between the right and left atria, allowing blood to flow directly from the venous circulation to the arterial circulation, circumventing the non-functioning fetal lungs.  Following birth, the pressure differential between the right and left atria changes with newly operational blood flow to the fully functioning lungs.  Because of this, the tunnel eventually closes completely within the first few months.   However, in some patients, the foramen ovale fails to seal and stays "patent".  In patients with a Patent Foramen Ovale (PFO), the tunnel can reopen under elevated atrial pressure, such as coughing, or straining.   A key issue with PFO is that it gives a pathway for blood clots to pass directly to the arterial circulation without being filtered out by the capillary bed of the lungs.  A PFO can also let deoxygenated blood and certain chemicals cross over to the arterial side.  The presence of a PFO has been linked to a number of clinical issues, mainly strokes, migraines and chronic fatigue.  Developments are being made to solidify the link between PFO and strokes or migraines, and to identify patients that would benefit from PFO closure.

Snapshots and videos get professional treatment with new video editing service

With smart phones and mobile technology a constant presence, budding photographers and amateur videographers often end up with digital memories that never get shown off. Online video editing service Viddedit is aiming to change this by transforming raw footage into a sleek, completed product that can be treasured. Viddedit creates eye-catching, professional and artistic videos out of footage consumers and companies upload to their platform. Its pricing structure has been carefully designed to be affordable for both commercial and private use, putting sleek, professional footage within reach of individuals and brands keen to tell their story. The video experts at Viddedit offer a range of different services suitable for both private and corporate customers. They can turn wedding footage into a fairy story or create a polished corporate promotional video out of raw content. Its expert term of editors use the latest software, meaning they can transform a variety of different footage into a broadcast worthy video that customers will want to show off and treasure. With the summer well and truly upon us, the service launch comes at just the right time to commemorate family celebrations, vacations and GoPro adventures. Viddedit's straightforward interface means that customers simply need to select the service they want, upload their footage along with any specific instructions and sit back while the professionals cut it. Matthias Achermann, CEO of Viddedit, said, “We understand that editing videos can be a daunting task that many simply put off, leaving footage lying around that never gets seen even when it should. "Viddedit's team of experts can quickly deliver top-notch videos at reasonable prices. Whether you want a heartwarming family montage to cherish or a promotional video to announce the launch of your new product, we can put together a completed product that suits your needs and specification." A standard Viddedit package includes the experienced team creating a story with a customer’s footage and pictures, adding music, text and titles and improving picture and audio quality. Additional services, such as 2D and 3D animation, consulting services and background voices can be included at an extra cost. The price of each service is clear with no hidden fees and is calculated based on the length of the raw footage and final product. Customers pay just 10% of the overall fee upfront. The team of experienced video editors will then create customers' products based on their ideas and creative briefs. Customers are able to view the final product before paying the full amount and the service includes three free revisions if they are needed. To find out more about Viddedit's services visit https://www.viddedit.com/

Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association Brings Legends for Youth Baseball Clinic Series to North Chicago, IL

Colorado Springs, Colo. – The Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association (MLBPAA) and CTX Ability Sports (http://huttochallenger.webs.com/aboutus.htm) have teamed up to hold a full inclusion Legends for Youth Baseball Clinic. Children will have the opportunity to play with their big league heroes on Saturday, July 23rd, 2016. The free clinic features former Major League Baseball players who will teach baseball skills, drills and life lessons for approximately 200 local youth ages 6 – 16.  Former players attending* include 15-year MLB veteran Bill Campbell and 1996 New York Yankees World Series champion Jim Mecir, as well as Robert Kearney and Jerry Kutzler. These four players combine for 35 seasons and 1660 games in Major League Baseball. The clinic will take place at Foss Park District, running from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., located at 1730 Lewis Ave., North Chicago, IL 60064. Alumni players will train at stations including pitching, catching, base running and life skills. Registration will begin at 1:30 p.m. and the afternoon will conclude with an autograph session and baseball giveaways for children in attendance. Registration is closed to the public at this time. For more information regarding the clinic, please contact Nikki Warner, Director of Communications, at (719) 477-1870, ext. 105 or visit www.baseballalumni.com. *Clinicians subject to change. About The Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association (MLBPAA) MLBPAA was founded in 1982 with the mission of promoting baseball, raising money for charity and protecting the dignity of the game through its Alumni players. The MLBPAA is headquartered in Colorado Springs, CO with a membership of more than 7,600, of which approximately 5,600 are Alumni and active players. Alumni players find the MLBPAA to be a vital tool to become involved in charity and community philanthropy. Follow @MLBPAA for Twitter updates. About Legends for Youth Clinics MLBPAA’s Legends for Youth clinics impact more than 15,000 children each year, allowing them the unique opportunity to interact with and learn from players who have left a lasting impact on the game of baseball. The MLBPAA has reached children across America and internationally in Australia, Canada, Curaçao, the Dominican Republic, Germany, Nicaragua, the United Kingdom and Venezuela, through the Legends for Youth clinic series. To donate to this program, visit baseballalumni.com/donate (http://www.baseballalumni.com/donate). The official hashtag of the Legends for Youth clinic series is #LFYClinic. ###

Major League Baseball Players Alumni Assocation Brings Legends for Youth Baseball Clinic Series to Metairie, LA

Colorado Springs, Colo. – Local youth will have an opportunity to play with their big league heroes at the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association (MLBPAA) Legends for Youth baseball clinic series on Sunday, July 24th, 2016. The free clinic features current and former Major League Baseball players who will teach baseball skills, drills and life lessons for approximately 200 local youth. Players attending* include 10-year MLB veteran John Stephenson and former Louisiana State University Tiger Red Swanson, as well Gerald Alexander, Randy McGilberry and Ed Yarnall. The clinic will take place at Zephyr Field, home of the New Orleans Zephyrs, running from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., located at 6000 Airline Dr., Metairie, LA 70003. Alumni players will train at stations including pitching, catching, base running and life skills. Registration will begin at 2:30 p.m. and the afternoon will conclude with an autograph session and baseball giveaways for children in attendance. To register for this clinic, please visit www.baseballalumni.com. Registration is required.  For more information regarding the clinic, please contact Nikki Warner, Director of Communications, at (719) 477-1870, ext. 105 or visit www.baseballalumni.com. *Clinicians subject to change. About The Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association (MLBPAA) MLBPAA was founded in 1982 with the mission of promoting baseball, raising money for charity and protecting the dignity of the game through its Alumni players. The MLBPAA is headquartered in Colorado Springs, CO with a membership of more than 7,600, of which approximately 5,600 are Alumni and active players. Alumni players find the MLBPAA to be a vital tool to become involved in charity and community philanthropy. Follow @MLBPAA for Twitter updates. About Legends for Youth Clinics MLBPAA’s Legends for Youth clinics impact more than 15,000 children each year, allowing them the unique opportunity to interact with and learn from players who have left a lasting impact on the game of baseball. The MLBPAA has reached children across America and internationally in Australia, Canada, Curaçao, the Dominican Republic, Germany, Nicaragua, the United Kingdom and Venezuela, through the Legends for Youth clinic series. To donate to this program, visit baseballalumni.com/donate (http://www.baseballalumni.com/donate). The official hashtag of the Legends for Youth clinic series is #LFYClinic. ###

Iveco offers specialist tridem conversion for Stralis

Iveco has confirmed the availability of a new 8x2 tridem model within its Stralis heavy truck range, available with a choice of Hi-Street, Hi-Road or Hi-Way cabs – to suit the needs of all fleets. A tridem configuration enables operators to benefit from the increased payload capacity of a four-axle rigid truck, whilst retaining the manoeuvrability typically associated with a three-axle rigid vehicle of the same wheelbase. The tridem conversion is being carried out by System Truck in Italy, appointed by Iveco for its ability to carry out specialist chassis modifications to factory standards. The base vehicle for the conversion is a 26-tonne Stralis 6x2 rigid, to which System Truck adds a central disc brake axle running on single wheels. The hydraulic system for steering the additional axle is completely independent and autonomous and does not alter the steering of the original vehicle in any way. Plus, the second and fourth axles can be raised in unladen or partially laden conditions, to reduce tyre wear and rolling resistance. Martin Flach, Product Director at Iveco, says: “The Stralis tridem is built for carrying uniform loads in applications where manoeuvrability is paramount. It’s ideally suited to fleets which need the capacity of an 8x4, but on jobs where there’s only room for a six-wheeler to deliver. “Sitting behind the wheel, it’s quickly apparent that the Stralis tridem can turn far tighter than a standard eight-legger. Plus, for operators who want the flexibility of being able to pull a drawbar trailer, it affords the ability to run as a 44-tonne combination.” The Stralis tridem is available with a choice of six wheelbase lengths from 4,200mm to 6,050mm, with the additional axle increasing the vehicle’s tare weight by approximately 900kg, depending on the specification selected. System Truck was founded in 2000 and lays claim to being the largest converter of commercial vehicles in Europe. Iveco Iveco is a brand of CNH Industrial N.V., a World leader in Capital Goods listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: CNHI) and on the Mercato Telematico Azionario of the Borsa Italiana (MI: CNHI). Iveco designs, manufactures and markets a wide range of light, medium and heavy commercial vehicles, off-road trucks, and vehicles for applications such as off-road missions. The brand’s wide range of products include the Daily, a vehicle that covers the 3 – 7 tonne vehicle weight segment, the Eurocargo from 6 – 19 tonnes, the Trakker (dedicated to off-road missions) and the Stralis, both over 16 tonnes. In addition, the Iveco Astra brand builds off-road trucks, rigid and articulated dumpers as well as special vehicles. Iveco employs close to 21,000 individuals globally. It manages production sites in 7 countries throughout Europe, Asia, Africa, Oceania and Latin America where it produces vehicles featuring the latest advanced technologies. 4,200 sales and service outlets in over 160 countries guarantee technical support wherever an Iveco vehicle is at work. To download supporting imagery: http://news.cision.com/iveco For further information about Iveco: www.iveco.com For further information about the Iveco dealer network: http://www.iveco-dealership.co.uk   For further information about CNH Industrial: www.cnhindustrial.com For more information contact: Lisa Fuller, Brand Marketing and Communications ManagerIveco Ltd  Tel. +44 (0)7740 448110 lisa.fuller@iveco.com  www.iveco.co.uk  2651/16 ref :  IVECO 16035

Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association Brings Legends for Youth Baseball Clinic Series to New Orleans, LA

Colorado Springs, Colo. – Local youth will have an opportunity to play with their big league heroes at the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association (MLBPAA) Legends for Youth baseball clinic series on Monday, July 25th, 2016. The free clinic features current and former Major League Baseball players who will teach baseball skills, drills and life lessons for approximately 200 local youth. Players attending* include 1961 Topps All-Star Rookie Team member Jake Wood and five-year MLB veteran Andre Robertson, as well as Randy McGilberry, John Stephenson, Red Swanson and Ed Yarnall. These six players combine for 29 seasons, 1,383 games and 865 hits in Major League Baseball. The clinic will take place at the New Orleans Urban Youth Academy, running from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., located at 6500 Press Dr., New Orleans, LA 70126. Alumni players will train at stations including pitching, catching, base running and life skills. Registration will begin at 4:30 p.m. and the evening will conclude with an autograph session and baseball giveaways for children in attendance. To register for this clinic, please visit www.baseballalumni.com. Registration is required. For more information regarding the clinic, please contact Nikki Warner, Director of Communications, at (719) 477-1870, ext. 105 or visit www.baseballalumni.com. *Clinicians subject to change. About The Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association (MLBPAA) MLBPAA was founded in 1982 with the mission of promoting baseball, raising money for charity and protecting the dignity of the game through its Alumni players. The MLBPAA is headquartered in Colorado Springs, CO with a membership of more than 7,600, of which approximately 5,600 are Alumni and active players. Alumni players find the MLBPAA to be a vital tool to become involved in charity and community philanthropy. Follow @MLBPAA for Twitter updates. About Legends for Youth Clinics MLBPAA’s Legends for Youth clinics impact more than 15,000 children each year, allowing them the unique opportunity to interact with and learn from players who have left a lasting impact on the game of baseball. The MLBPAA has reached children across America and internationally in Australia, Canada, Curaçao, the Dominican Republic, Germany, Nicaragua, the United Kingdom and Venezuela, through the Legends for Youth clinic series. To donate to this program, visit baseballalumni.com/donate (http://www.baseballalumni.com/donate). The official hashtag of the Legends for Youth clinic series is #LFYClinic. ###

Cloetta enters into new loan agreement and intends to redeem Bonds

The Facilities Agreement comprises of a term loan of EUR 175m, a revolving credit facility of EUR 120m and a bridge loan of SEK 1,000m. The term loan has a tenor of three years, with the possibility of an extension of up to two years (subject to lender approval). The revolving facility has a tenor of five years, and the bridge loan has a tenor of one year with the possibility of an extension for a further year at the discretion of Cloetta. The new Facilities Agreement is unsecured and accordingly the remaining security afforded to the holders of the Senior Secured Notes will be released in connection with the refinancing of its existing bank financing. The removal of all security over Cloetta’s assets is intended to increase operational flexibility and reduce costs for Cloetta. In the third quarter of 2016 Cloetta is expected to recognize one-off expenses in net financial items of approximately SEK 60m relating to the termination of the old credit facilities, the establishment of the Facilities Agreement and the redemption of the Senior Secured Notes. The proposed redemption of the Senior Secured Notes is likely to take place in September, 2016. The commitments under the Facilities Agreement are split equally between Danske Bank AS, Danmark, Sverige Filial, DNB Sweden AB, Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB (publ) and Svenska Handelsbanken AB (publ). Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB (publ) is acting as Facility Agent and co-ordinator of the process in their role as Documentation Agent. This information is information that Cloetta AB is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation and the Securities Markets Act. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out below, on 25 July 2016 at 08.00 a.m. CET.

Cxense ASA: Subsequent Offering - Last day of Subscription Period

NOT FOR RELEASE, PUBLICATION OR DISTRIBUTION, IN WHOLE OR IN PART DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, IN AUSTRALIA, CANADA, JAPAN, HONG KONG OR THE UNITED STATES. Reference is made to the previous announcements by Cxense ASA (“Cxense” or the "Company") in respect of the subsequent offering of up to 208,333 new shares in the Company (the "Subsequent Offering"). The subscription period for the Subsequent Offering will expire today, 25 July 2016 at 16:30 hours (CET). Correctly completed subscription forms must be received by Arctic Securities, or, in the case of online subscriptions, be registered, within this deadline. Upon expiry of the subscription period, any subscription rights that have not been exercised will expire and have no value. For more information, please refer to the prospectus of the Company, dated 7 July 2016 (the "Prospectus"). The Prospectus is available at www.cxense.com and www.arctic.com. Investor Relations contact: Jørgen Loeng, Chief Financial Officer Email: jorgen.loeng@cxense.com Mobile: +47 906 60 062 --- About Cxense: Cxense (pronounced "see-sense") enables the world's leading media, e-commerce and consumer brands to take control of their audience data to deliver more engaging and personalized user experiences. Businesses using Cxense's advanced real-time analytics, data management (DMP), advertising, search and personalization technology gain more engaged users, increased digital revenue and higher sales conversions. Cxense is headquartered in Oslo, Norway, with offices worldwide. Customers include the Wall Street Journal, USA Today (Gannett), Grupo Clarin, El Pais, Bonnier, Naspers, The Weather Channel, Ebay, The Golf Channel, PGA, NBA, NFL, ABC News, FOX Sports, Singapore Press Holdings, South China Morning Post, AEON, DMM, Rakuten and many more. For more information: www.cxense.com, Twitter: @Cxense. Cxense is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange with the ticker 'CXENSE.' ---- This publication is not for distribution, directly or indirectly, in or into the United States, nor is it an offer for sale of or the solicitation of an offer to purchase securities in the United States. Any securities referred to herein have not been registered under the U.S. Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "U.S. Securities Act"), and may not be offered or sold in the United States absent registration or pursuant to an exemption from registration under the U.S. Securities Act. Copies of this publication are not being, and may not be, distributed or sent into the United States.

Double Bond Pharmaceutical AB has been granted Orphan Drug Designation status by EMA for the drug candidate Temodex.

July 22, 2016 Double Bond Pharmaceutical (DBP) has been officially granted Orphan Drug Designation (Orphan Drug) status for the drug candidate Temodex by the European Medicines Agency (EMA). The approval applies to the treatment of glioma, which is the most common type of brain cancer. Ten years of market exclusivity for the indication and a great support from the authority will hereby be given to DBP to accelerate the development of the drug. The EMA grants Orphan Drug Designation status to drugs that treat diseases with less than 200 000 people affected in Europe. For DBP this means that the development of the drug will be much more cost-effective and timesaving implying that the drug can reach the market much faster. Moreover, ten years of market exclusivity for the drug within the broad indication of glioma will give the biggest market possible during a longer time which means that Temodex will not have any direct generic competition for ten years from the date of market approval. The EMA also provides various kinds of support to facilitate and accelerate the development and marketing authorization of the product. The decision by EMA is based on that Temodex offers a significant benefit compared to existing registered therapeutic alternatives in Europe. -The Orphan Drug Designation Status was granted solely based on the written application and no follow-up questions were asked. That shows EMA’s confidence in the company’s product, says Stellan Swedmark, Director of Preclinical Development/Regulatory Affairs. -This considerably strengthens our competitiveness and further improves the conditions for DBP to succeed on the European market, says Igor Lokot, CEO of DBP. Information about Temodex Temodex, which is a locally acting temozolomide formulation, was developed at RI PCP in Minsk, Belarus. Temodex is registered as a first line treatment of glioblastoma in Belarus since 2014. For more info: www.doublebp.com Information about glioblastoma Glioblastoma, also known as glioblastoma multiforme and Grade IV astrocytoma, is the most common and most aggressive form of primary brain tumor. It affects glial cells and accounts for 52% of all brain tumors and 20% of all tumors inside the skull. About 50% of patients diagnosed with glioblastoma die within one year after diagnosis, and 90% die within three years. Full Company Name:           Double Bond Pharmaceutical International ABCorporate idenity:                556991-6082Stock short name:               DBP BShare ISIN code:                  SE0007185525          For more info, contactIgor Lokot, CEO Homepage: http://www.doublebp.com/ E-mail: info@doublebp.com Follow us on LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/company/double-bond-pharmaceutical?trk=co-feed-likes-one) and Twitter (https://twitter.com/DoubleBondPharm)! Information about Double Bond Pharmaceutical International AB DBP is a pharmaceutical company with the primary focus on the development of therapies against cancer based on the company’s developed drug delivery technology BeloGal®. The company did receive Orphan Drug Status from EMA in June 2015 for the company’s first product, SA03, which is intended for the treatment of hepatoblastoma.

Viking Supply Ships AS has received termination of contract for the AHTS “Njord Viking”

Viking Supply Ships A/S (VSS) has received an early termination notice of the contract for the Ice-class 1A AHTS “Njord Viking”. The vessel has been working for Eni Norge in the Barents Sea and has also been part of the extended towing-preparedness in the area on behalf of the Norwegian Coastal Administration. The vessel was according to the contract with Eni Norge firm until the end of 2016, with optional periods of 2 x 6 months thereafter. According to the contract VSS will be entitled to a termination fee of approximately USD 13.300/day for the remainder of the firm period. The termination represents a loss of income during the remaining firm period of the contract of MUSD 3.3 in 2016. VSS will further off-set this loss by marketing the vessel in the North Sea spot market, while also searching for alternative contracts for the vessel. For further information please contact:   Christian W. Berg, CEO, ph. +45 41 77 83 80, e-mail christian.berg@vikingsupply.com  Morten G. Aggvin, IR & Treasury Director, ph. +47 41 04 71 25, e-mail mga@vikingsupply.com  Viking Supply Ships AB (publ) is a Swedish company with headquarter in Gothenburg, Sweden. Viking Supply Ships A/S is a subsidiary of Viking Supply Ships AB (publ). In addition Viking Supply Ships AB (publ) has the subsidiary TransAtlantic AB. The operations are focused on offshore and icebreaking primarily in Arctic and subarctic areas as well as on Shipping services mainly between the Baltic Sea and the Continent. The company has in total about 500 employees and the turnover in 2015 was MSEK 1,977. The company’s B-shares are listed on the NASDAQ Stockholm, Small Cap segment. For further information, please visit: www.vikingsupply.com  This information is information that Viking Supply Ships AB is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 08:30 CET on 25 July 2016. 

Join Galaxy of Star Speakers at the 12th IIR Gustav Lorentzen Natural Fluids Conference

A regular speaker and sponsor of the leading industry event, Star Refrigeration will this year have a strong presence at the conference with nine of their engineers  presenting papers on the technical and economic aspects of natural refrigerants as well as the latest developments in ammonia cooling and heating and CO2 refrigeration technologies. Focusing on how the industry can cement a sustainable future for natural working fluids in the increasingly challenging global, political, legislative and economic environment,  the conference provides delegates with industry insight from the sector’s leaders. Speaking about the Conference and Star’s input, Rob Lamb, Group Sales and Marketing Director of Star Refrigeration, said, “We are delighted to share with the industry the experiences and knowledge gained from our continuous research and extensive work on industrial refrigeration and heat pumps using ammonia and CO2. Our engineers are working hard to ensure the sustainable future of natural refrigerants by re-engineering systems in order to improve reliability, safety and efficiency as well as co-operating with our suppliers to reduce capital costs of ownership. We are glad the IIR found value in all the papers submitted.” “We are honoured to be a part of the event and are very much looking forward to meeting colleagues and discussing the industry with other stakeholders from around the world.” Held every two years at various locations around the world, the 12th IIR Gustav Lorentzen Conference will cover a wide range of topics on natural working fluids, including safe and reliable operation, high temperature heat pumps, energy efficiency, supermarket applications, cooling with air or water, and evaporative cooling. Bringing together end users, owners and operators, academic researchers, industrialists, policy makers, contractors, commissioners and operation installers, designers, building service consultants, manufacturers and technology providers, the bi-yearly conference is as much about learning as it is about networking with likeminded individuals. There will be over 145 papers presented at the conference. Star will be leading nine sessions in total, including papers from John Clark and Angus Gillies who were recently honoured with the Lightfoot Medal Award at the IOR dinner for their pioneering research comparing evaporative and air cooled condensers in industrial applications which produced clear and straightforward evidence demonstrating that air-cooled condensers are the best option for industrial applications in the UK. The following papers will be presented at the conference on a variety of topics: Bruce Smeaton will shed light on “What is the best refrigerant and what is the best system?”. Dr. Lewis Brown will present a paper on “Experimental measurements and computational predictions of the gas flow field in a refrigerant helical oil separator”. John Clark will explore “Economic comparison of pumped carbon dioxide as a volatile secondary fluid against traditional glycol systems”. Co- authors Andy Lamb and Nicky Cowan will discuss “The design to maximise the cost effectiveness of an ammonia heat pump”. Dermot Cotter will demonstrate “A Systematic Approach to Risk Assessing Ammonia Refrigeration Systems”. Angus Gillies will speak about “Design considerations for industrial CO2 applications”. Dr. Forbes Pearson will investigate the “Influence of refrigerant choice on performance of air source heat pumps”. Star’s Group Managing Director Dr. Andy Pearson, also serving as the Conference Chairman and introducing the event, will draw on the company’s vast experience to share  “Lessons learned from a reappraisal of the original heat pump” and “Ventilation for ammonia systems”. The company has also arranged two site visits during the conference. Whilst visiting ASDA in Falkirk and Brake Brothers in Newhouse, delegates will also have the opportunity to take part in two technical tours and onsite short courses arranged by Star Refrigeration to demonstrate the practical applications of ammonia and CO2 refrigerants on the 23rd August. Previously held in Hangzhou, China, Sydney, Australia and Indiana, the 2016 IIR Gustav Lorentzen Natural Working Fluids Conference will be held at Heriot Watt University in Edinburgh, between the 21st and 24th of August. The full programme for the conference is available to view at http://www.ior.org.uk/GL2016.

Pandox AB (publ): Invitation to presentation of interim report January-June 2016

Agenda (CEST)  07:00 – Interim report published via Cision and www.pandox.se   08:00 (approx.) – Presentation material published at www.pandox.se   09:00 – Telephone conference with CEO Anders Nissen and CFO Liia Nõu 09:30 – Q&A 10:00 – Telephone conference ends To follow the telephone conference on-line go to http://media.fronto.com/cloud/pandox/160818. To participate in the telephone conference and ask questions, please call in using any number indicated below approximately 10 minutes before the start of the conference. SE: LocalCall: +46 (0)8 503 36 434UK: LocalCall: 08444933800US: LocalCall: 16315107498Conference ID: 50664159 A recorded version of the telephone conference will be available at www.pandox.se. FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT: Anders Berg, Head of Communications and Investor Relations, +46 (0)76 095 19 40      About PandoxPandox is a leading owner of hotel properties in Northern Europe with a focus on sizeable hotels in key leisure and corporate destinations. Pandox’s hotel property portfolio comprises 113 hotels with more than 24,000 hotel rooms in eight countries. Pandox’s business is organised into Property management, which comprises hotel properties leased on a long-term basis to market leading regional hotel operators and leading international hotel operators, and Operator activities, which comprises hotel operations executed by Pandox in its owner-occupied hotel properties. Pandox was founded in 1995 and the company’s B shares are, as of 18 June 2015, listed on Nasdaq Stockholm. www.pandox.se

astragon press conference at gamescom

Come and get an exciting first look into our broad range of simulation games, adventures and strategy titles at the astragon press conference. Meet Farming Simulator 17, the newest part of the popular franchise by GIANTS Software, which will be released on PC and consoles this fall. Feeling constructive? Then enjoy some first impressions of Construction Simulator 2 for mobile devices by the weltenbauer. developer studio. With Transport Fever, the official successor of 2014’s Train Fever by Urban Games, as well as the business simulation Industry Manger – Future Technologies, there will be two new economic simulations in astragons diverse portfolio. World exclusive will be our first presentation of Firefighting Simulator, set to be released in 2017, and the industrial fishing simulation Fishing: Barents Sea. Fans of virtual police scenarios can be looking forward to astragon’s strategy game Police Tactics – Imperio as well as another exciting game, which will be officially announced shortly. Last but not least: Friends of gripping adventure stories will be very happy to see some fresh impressions of the long-awaited adventure games Syberia 3 and Yesterday Origins by Anuman Interactive, while fast paced-racing action will be the motto of Moto Racer 4. RSVP now and look forward to great games, coffee and pastries! Get your ticket here! (https://astragon-press-conference-gamescom2016.eventbrite.de) (Please note that you must be at least 18 years old to attend this event) We are looking forward to meeting you in Cologne! WHEN  Wednesday, 17 August 2016 from 10:00 to 11:00 (CEST) - Add to Calendar (https://www.eventbrite.de/e/astragon-press-conference-at-gamescom-2016-registration-26699215071#add-to-calendar-modal)  (https://www.eventbrite.de/e/astragon-press-conference-at-gamescom-2016-registration-26699215071#add-to-calendar-modal)WHERE Congress-Centrum Nord Koelnmesse, Rheinsaal 1-2 - Messeplatz 1, 50679 Cologne - View Map (https://www.eventbrite.de/e/astragon-press-conference-at-gamescom-2016-registration-26699215071#map-target)  ___________________________________________________

THE MARKETING GROUP PLC ACQUIRES ULYSSES LTD, EXTENDING GLOBAL REACH INTO U.S MARKET

· Acquisition of Ulysses Ltd marks a watershed moment for The Marketing Group Plc as it establishes position in the U.S with subsidiary marketing businesses Wilkin Marketing and Skye. · With the acquisition of Ulysses Ltd, The Marketing Group Plc also acquires its subsidiaries Marker Metro, an application and game development studio based in New Zealand, and Clickverta, an inbound marketing consultancy bring new skills to the group. · Earnings per share will increase from 12.9 cents to 19.5 cents post acquisition. · EBITDA will increase by approximately 2.08m Euros in exchange for a share capital increase of approximately 4.5m shares (at a strike of 4.15 per share, with a total value of 18,582,781 Euros). · A 10-day volume weighted average was used to determine the strike price of the purchase shares, giving a share price of 4.15 Euros per share.   · EBITDA of the group will increase by approximately 89% in exchange for a share capital increase of approximately 25%.  Stockholm, July 25th 2016 - The Marketing Group plc, a 360 digital company, today announces the strategic acquisition of Ulysses Ltd and its subsidiary businesses Wilkin Marketing (promotional marketing) and Skye (multimedia training solutions) in a move that establishes the group’s U.S presence and extends its geographical footprint to new markets. Along with the U.S based marketing businesses, Ulysses Ltd consists of two other subsidiary businesses – Marker Metro, which brings unparalleled technology skills and a stake in the massive mobile app and branded gaming space, and Clickverta, an inbound marketing agency with a strong Nordic presence. The deal to acquire Ulysses Ltd and its subsidiaries was agreed at a strike price of 4.15 Euros per share, with a total value of 18,582,791 Euros. Following this acquisition, the total number of ordinary shares issued by The Marketing Group will increase from 18,212,787 to 22,690,566. This requires the creation of 4,477,779 new ordinary shares, over 50% of which will be subject to a 360-day lockup period. A 10-day volume weighted average was used to determine the strike price of the purchase shares, giving a share price of 4.15 Euros per share. The acquisition will increase the EBITDA of the group by approximately 89% in exchange for a share capital increase of approximately 25%. Jeremy Harbour, Executive Chairman of The Marketing Group comments, “I am delighted to welcome the new members to the group. It represents a major step forward in both size and geography, and also to have been able to complete our second major acquisition before our two month mark is testament to the value of the model. I am now very confident that many more companies will soon join our ranks and cement our position as an important global player in the marketing services space.” The acquisition is part of The Marketing Group’s strategic portfolio approach – the agglomeration model - designed to offer clients a true, global marketing service with a full spectrum of specialist services and world-class talent.  It marks a further step towards The Marketing Group’s declared goal of developing its networks in fast growth markets and across key sectors. Financials +-------------------------------------------+----------+|EBITDA (The Marketing Group) for Year 2016*|2,349,875 |+-------------------------------------------+----------+|EBITDA (Ulysses) for Year 2016* |2,087,953 |+-------------------------------------------+----------+|Post-acquisition EBITDA (pro forma) |4,437,828 |+-------------------------------------------+----------+|Earnings Per Share (Current) |12.9 cents|+-------------------------------------------+----------+|Earnings Per Share (Post-acquisition) |19.5 cents|+-------------------------------------------+----------+ *Based on forecast pro forma of all companies as if they were all contributing to the periods listed ULYSESS Group Headline Financials adjusted to Euros*                                                               2015                                                          2016E +-----------------+---------------+-------------+---------------+-------------+|Company |Turnover(Euros)|EBITDA(Euros)|Turnover(Euros)|EBITDA(Euros)|+-----------------+---------------+-------------+---------------+-------------+|Wilkin Marketing*|3,354,810 |222,591 |4,008,840 |580,357 |+-----------------+---------------+-------------+---------------+-------------+|Skye |1,074,252 |142,168 |1,221,467 |295,562 |+-----------------+---------------+-------------+---------------+-------------+|Clickverta |536,958 |157,594 |636,958 |207,594 |+-----------------+---------------+-------------+---------------+-------------+|Marker Metro |2,662,790 |830,747 |2,431,069 |1,004,441 |+-----------------+---------------+-------------+---------------+-------------+|TOTAL |7,628,810 |1,353,100 |8,298,335 |2,087,953 |+-----------------+---------------+-------------+---------------+-------------+ *Pending tax and valuation consideration ULYSSES LTD GROUP COMPANIES MARKER METRO LTD Founded by Keith Patton (CEO and Microsoft Regional Director) and Jon Beattie (Director) in 2011, Marker Metro Ltd creates chart-topping games and world-class apps for top publishers and brands. Renowned for deep application technical skills, creative flair and an unflinching attention to detail, Marker Metro is trusted in the delivery of high profile cross platform applications across Windows, iOS, Google Play and Amazon platforms. Marker Metro is also one of the world’s leading game porting and co-development studios delivering major games for top US publishers across any mobile or TV based gaming platform. Headquartered in Auckland, New Zealand, Marker Metro has major clients across New Zealand, Australia, US and the UK serviced by a dedicated team of producers, developers, artists, designers and quality assurance staff. Key Client experience includes Disney Mobile, Commonwealth Bank and Air New Zealand. WILKIN MARKETING Founded by Rusty Donohoo, Wilkin Marketing is a full service marketing firm, specialising in direct mail and promotional marketing with a focus on the Gaming, Retail, Travel, & Hospitality industries. Wilkin Marketing offers a complete array of marketing products and services - from full-service agency services to in-house variable data print direct mail production. Wilkin Marketing has developed fully integrated kiosks solutions that are self-coping with a loyalty interface that allow guests to spend more time enjoying the business rewards and less time waiting in lines. Along with its partner Mail America, they have developed thousands of promotions; sent millions of targeted communication via direct mail, email, and SMS text; and installed hundreds of kiosks throughout the United States and Canada.  Wilkin Marketing can assist in database marketing activities – from segmentation to re-investment optimization. It can also assist with e-marketing efforts – from PURL’s to website creation to targeted email marketing, SMS/text marketing and social media marketing. Each Kiosk is custom designed to meet clients’ needs.  Key client experience includes American Sales Industries, Canadian Upsell, Rebs Mail and Fuccillo Kia of Cape Coral. SKYE MULTIMEDIA Founded by Seth Oberman, CEO and Owner in 1995, Skye MM, LLC (Skye) delivers training solutions with a specific focus on the Healthcare industry. The team consists of instructional designers, writers, graphic designers, animators, developers, and project managers who provide end-to-end delivery of business solutions.  Skye was formed in April of 1995 and has developed hundreds of training applications for many of today’s Fortune 1000 companies. From 2006 to 2014 Skye was a wholly owned subsidiary of SmartPros Ltd. (NASDAQ: SPRO). SmartPros was recently acquired by Kaplan, Inc., the global education services company and largest subsidiary of Graham Holdings (NYSE:GHC). In January 2015 Skye once again became privately owned forming officially as Skye MM, LLC. Key client experience includes Deloitte, Morgan Stanley, Novartis, KPMG and Pfizer. CLICKVERTA  Founded by James Downton and based in Lithuania, Clickverta is an International Performance Marketing Consultancy that engineers predictable sales revenue for premium service B2B businesses and B2B SaaS companies.   Fast growth B2B companies rely on a fresh supply of highly qualified leads into their business, and through our the Clickverta Methodology™, they help businesses better understand their audience, and better communicate the value of their services. Key client experience includes LNK, JSC, Rabota dlia vas, ODO and Nestle Baltics. For more information, please contact Hannah Middleton, Director and Communications Director Phone: +65 8193 7625 E-mail: hannah.middleton@marketinggroupplc.com  Jeremy Harbour, Executive ChairmanPhone: +65 8661 1776 E-mail: jeremy.harbour@marketinggroupplc.com The Marketing Group in brief The Marketing Group plc was incorporated in May 2015 with the purpose of gathering successful marketing businesses under one roof. During the first half of 2016, The Marketing Group acquired 9 companies with specialist skills and geographical reach. The Company comprises a series of independent marketing teams, each with specific expertise and innovative services. The consolidated group supports the subsidiaries with management and coordinating activities as well as a common operating platform. For more information, please visit the Company’s website www.marketinggroupplc.com. The Company’s share is listed on Nasdaq First North Stockholm from 8 June 2016 and Mangold Fondkommission AB, +46 8-5030 15 50, is the Company’s Certified Adviser and liquidity provider. FOOTNOTE: Jeremy Harbour and Callum Laing abstained from voting on the acquisition due to a commercial conflict of interests; James Downton and Charles Bartholomew abstained from voting due to a management conflict of interests, the vote to acquire Ulysses was carried by the remainder of the board unanimously. There are no materially declarable new clients, shareholders or suppliers as a result of the transaction.

Cxense ASA: Completion of Subsequent Offering

NOT FOR RELEASE, PUBLICATION OR DISTRIBUTION, IN WHOLE OR IN PART DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, IN AUSTRALIA, CANADA, JAPAN, HONG KONG OR THE UNITED STATES. Reference is made to previous stock exchange announcements from Cxense ASA ("Cxense" or the "Company") concerning the subsequent offering of up to NOK 25 million (the "Subsequent Offering"). The subscription period in the Subsequent Offering ended yesterday, 25 July 2016, at 16.30 hours (CET). The Subsequent Offering was highly oversubscribed, and as a result the Company will issue 208,333 new shares at NOK 120 per share, raising gross proceeds of NOK 25 million. All subscribers being allotted shares in the Subsequent Offering will shortly receive a letter from VPS confirming the number of shares allotted to the subscriber and the corresponding amount to be paid. This letter is expected to be distributed on or about today's date. Payment for the new shares will fall due on 27 July 2016 and delivery is expected to take place on or about 1 August 2016. The new shares may not be transferred or traded before they are fully paid and the share capital increase pertaining to the Subsequent Offering has been registered with the Norwegian Register of Business Enterprises. It is expected that the share capital increase will be registered in the Norwegian Register of Business Enterprises on or about 1 August 2016 and that the shares will immediately thereafter be admitted to trading on Oslo Børs. Following registration of the new shares, the total number of issued shares in the Company will be 7,553,787. Arctic Securities AS acted as Manager for the Offering. Investor Relations contact: Jørgen Loeng, Chief Financial Officer Email: jorgen.loeng@cxense.com Mobile: +47 906 60 062 --- About Cxense: Cxense (pronounced "see-sense") enables the world's leading media, e-commerce and consumer brands to take control of their audience data to deliver more engaging and personalized user experiences. Businesses using Cxense's advanced real-time analytics, data management (DMP), advertising, search and personalization technology gain more engaged users, increased digital revenue and higher sales conversions. Cxense is headquartered in Oslo, Norway, with offices worldwide. Customers include the Wall Street Journal, USA Today (Gannett), Grupo Clarin, El Pais, Bonnier, Naspers, The Weather Channel, Ebay, The Golf Channel, PGA, NBA, NFL, ABC News, FOX Sports, Singapore Press Holdings, South China Morning Post, AEON, DMM, Rakuten and many more. For more information: www.cxense.com, Twitter: @Cxense. Cxense is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange with the ticker 'CXENSE.' --- This publication is not for distribution, directly or indirectly, in or into the United States, nor is it an offer for sale of or the solicitation of an offer to purchase securities in the United States. Any securities referred to herein have not been registered under the U.S. Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "U.S. Securities Act"), and may not be offered or sold in the United States absent registration or pursuant to an exemption from registration under the U.S. Securities Act. Copies of this publication are not being, and may not be, distributed or sent into the United States.

Opus Inspection begins vehicle inspection program in Lahore, Pakistan

The VICS is being implemented by Opus Inspection under an exclusive twenty (20) year contract.  The program will be extended from Lahore to the whole province of Punjab by 2017.  A total of 39 stations of various sizes will be constructed and managed by Opus Inspection, to provide convenient service to the motoring public. Mr. Magnus Greko, President and CEO of Opus Group said, "We are pleased to support the Transport Planning Unit and are deeply impressed with the commitment of the Government of Punjab to the health and safety of its citizens." Opus Inspection operates vehicle inspection programs in the Americas, Asia, and Europe and manages over 25 million inspections every year.  The Company is a Global leader in the development and supply of technology and services to governments around the world that are concerned to increase road safety and reduce harmful vehicular pollution. Vehicles inspected in VICS receive a unique green and white windscreen sticker, which contains an embedded RFID tag.  This is a first-of-its-kind application of RFID in a vehicle inspection program anywhere in the world.  Opus Inspection has pioneered this technological advancement as a means to ensure that the stickers are fraud-proof, and can’t be duplicated.  Data stored within the stickers is associated uniquely with the vehicles, and can be read remotely for identification and enforcement purposes.  For more information, see the program website, http://punjab.vics.pk. Mölndal, July 26, 2016Opus Group AB (publ)   

Cleantech Invest made directed share issue to enable additional add-on investment in fast growing portfolio company

Based on authorization granted by the Extraordinary General Meeting on 9 March 2016 and subscription commitments received from a small group of investors, the Board of Directors of Cleantech Invest Plc (“Cleantech Invest” or the “Company”) has on 25 July 2016 resolved on a directed share issue (the “Offering”). In the Offering, 793,271 new class A shares (the “Offer Shares”) were offered for subscription at the subscription price of EUR 1,10 per share, which equals to the volume weighted average price of Cleantech Invest Plc’s class A share on First North Finland during the time period between 13 April 2016 and 13 July 2016 and a discount of 5%. The Offer Shares have been subscribed for in full by a small group of investors. The entire subscription price of the Offer Shares will be recorded in the reserve for invested unrestricted equity. The Offer Shares represent approximately 3.65% of the outstanding shares in the Company after the Offering, when taking into account also 150,000 new class K shares subscribed based on the Company’s stock options 2013 as well as 41,268 new class A shares subscribed in the share exchange executed in connection with the Company’s investment in ResQ Club Oy, the registration of which to the Trade Register is pending on the date of this resolution. The reason for the Offering is for the Company to have the ability to make an add-on investment in a fast growing portfolio company, which is currently in fund raising process. Having the ability to make this investment is in the interest of Cleantech Invest shareholders as it is a sound investment in its own right and having the ability to do the investment increases funding possibilities for the portfolio company, decreases the risk as well as enhances the upside potential in this holding significantly. Cleantech Invest will apply for listing of the Offer Shares on First North Finland and First North Sweden. Cleantech Invest will publish an update to its company description published in April 2016 in connection with the listing of the Offer Shares. CLEANTECH INVEST PLC Board of Directors IMPORTANT NOTICE This release or the information contained therein shall not be distributed, directly or indirectly, in Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, South Africa or the United States. The information contained in this release do not constitute an offer of, or invitation to purchase any securities in any area, where offering, procurement of or selling such securities would be unlawful prior to registration or exemption from registration or any other approval required by the securities regulation in such area. This release is not an offer for sale of securities in the United States. Securities may not be offered or sold in the United States absent registration or an exemption from registration under the U.S. Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and the rules and regulations issued by virtue of it. Cleantech Invest has not registered, and does not intend to register, any offering of securities in the United States. No actions have been taken to register the shares or the offering anywhere else than in Finland and Sweden. The information contained herein shall not constitute an offer of, or invitation to purchase any securities in any jurisdiction. This release is not a prospectus and does not constitute any offer, invitation or investment advice to subscribe for or purchase securities. 

ECITB offers the industry a new deal on skills

The consultation is prompted by government proposals to introduce a new levy on companies with a pay bill in excess of £3million to fund the training costs of apprenticeships from April 2017. The ECITB is keen to ensure that the benefits of its widely supported current industrial training levy for the engineering construction industry are not lost or negatively impacted by the new demands of the Apprenticeship Levy. Chris Claydon, chief executive of the ECITB explains: “The need for home-grown skills have never been greater. We must ensure that we do not damage the great work that has been achieved in ensuring a consistent supply of skilled labour.  The economy is facing new uncertainties, and we need to make sure that support is available to companies to keep on investing in essential training. As a model of an  employer-led body we have spent many months meeting and discussing with our in-scope employers to ensure that our proposals reflect the will and needs of the engineering construction industry. ”   The proposals contained in the consultation, which will conclude in late September, are based around recognition of the economic realities for companies operating in the infrastructure and process industry space.  The ECITB works with companies across the energy sector, including the offshore oil and gas, power generation and nuclear industries, as well as many process businesses, such as chemicals and pharmaceuticals.  The proposals offer phased financial relief by temporarily reducing the industrial training levy to ensure that skills are not lost to the industry and wider UK economy.  “We [the ECITB] are offering an injection of reserve capital into the system in order to maintain the same level of support, “ says Claydon. “These are tough times for our member companies and we need to help them mitigate uncertainty.” The ECITB has also undertaken a restructuring exercise to ensure that it continues to offer better value. This includes reshaping its regional operations to be more responsive, shifting its focus to policy as well as skills delivery and slimming down its administrative function.  Claydon says, “this is all helping to push money forward into front line support.” In 2016, the ECITB celebrates its 25thyear as industry skills organisation for engineering construction. In this time it has helped over 1.4 million learners and consistently delivered industry-ready qualifications and set standards that have helped the industry to grow and weather many economic storms.  The ECITB is confident that the latest proposals will also enable the industry to navigate the next few years successfully and sustainably.  -Ends-

CHEF DAMIAN WAWRZYNIAK SERVES UP AUTHENTIC POLISH FARE AT  THE POLISH EMBASSY IN LONDON

Fresh out of the Fifteen by Jamie Oliver kitchen, rising star Damian Wawrzyniak has served up his signature authentic Polish fare to more than 100 delegates including VIPs and diplomats in the heart of London. The banquet was held for the inauguration of the Polish Presidency of the Visegrad Group (V4). One of Poland’s most in demand exports with a raft of recent TV appearances under his belt including a stint in Mary Berry’s Easter Feast kitchen and BBC Breakfast, Wawrzyniak was appointed to design and execute the high end banquet. Held at the Polish Embassy in London, Chef Wawrzyniak’s menu for the occasion paid homage to Poland’s food culture, delighting the 250 guests with tastes of home. Dishes included Damian’s Pate served with sourdough bread and pickles, onions and cress, moreish Pierogies and delectable goose and duck croquettes. The taste sensation concluded with Chef Wawrzyniak’s signature Babka – a sweet cake topped with chocolate and studded with nuts. Chef Wawrzyniak’s modern interpretation of Polish cuisine delighted the VIPs and politicians gathered at the event. He said, “Designing and then cooking up the menu for the banquet at the Polish Embassy in London was a fantastic creative challenge and a real honour. The guests loved the food - some of them were in Poland back in the 80s and my flavours brought back great memories, which is the ultimate compliment! Others had never tried Polish food before and fell in love with the tastes and flavours of the dishes.” The Visegrad Group represents the interests of four EU Member States from Central Europe, and Polish Presidency begins in a very particular moment. In the last 25 years, the V4 Countries have developed a close cooperation based on common values and interests, while the Group has become a well-known symbol of a successful initiative for pursuing joint interests, and a central element of cooperation in Central Europe. Poland took over the Presidency of the Group from the Czech Republic and will hold the seat until July 2017. In addition to larger parties and events, Chef Wawrzyniak also holds private dining events. To find out more visit http://www.chefconsultant.co.uk

Drives and Automation Becomes Solution Partner for Siemens

Drives and Automation has been appointed a new Large Drives Solution Partner by Siemens UK and Ireland as the industrial giant increases focus on growing its business in low voltage large drives in the Midlands and North of England. Drives and Automation was established in 2001 and has already demonstrated its expertise in installing many Siemens technology solutions in the Midlands and North of England over the last decade.  The company specialises in applying drive system knowledge to many industries, particularly food packaging, steel, textiles and paper, with Sinamics AC/DC drive modules, motors, encoders and braking resistors, along with a design/consultancy service, installation and commissioning, and maintenance and service support.  Drives and Automation director John Goodwin was delighted to be joining the Siemens Large Drives Solution Partner network: “Understanding how machines should work, and work efficiently for their asset life, is just part of what we do for our customers, and being part of the trusted Siemens worldwide network of Solution Partners is a great endorsement of the quality of our work across many industry sectors.“ Siemens Solution Partners are part of a growing global network, certified by Siemens with quality and control standards that are uniform worldwide.  Each partner provides outstanding expertise in its field, combining that with system expertise from the Siemens portfolio to optimally fulfil every project with professionalism and efficiency.  Geoff Hirst, Siemens general manager (Large Drives), commented: “We value long-term co-operation and companies who share our commitment to providing the best service and support.  Expertise and professionalism are just some of the factors, right through from initial consultation to bespoke technology solutions and service.  We’re delighted to welcome Drives and Automation into this partnership.“ Siemens Solution Partners help customers in many industries improve the quality of their technology solutions through outstanding industry and technical knowledge, by optimising availability, performance and energy efficiency, increasing throughput and profitability and improving safety and security.  Significant savings in long-term production costs and future-oriented automation solutions can be achieved through the tailored support of Siemens Solution Partners. See more about the range of Siemens solutions for industry at www.siemens.co.uk ENDS

Viking Supply Ships A/S cancels bondholders’ meeting

Reference is made to the press release dated 12 July 2016 regarding a summons to a bondholders meeting in ISIN NO 001 0638158 - FRN Viking Supply Ships A/S SeniorUnsecured Open Bond Issue 2012/2017 to propose amendments to the bond agreement. Viking Supply Ships A/S is currently in discussions with the ad hoc committee of bondholders regarding an adjusted proposal, and has on this basis decided to cancel the bondholders' meeting which was scheduled to be held today. Viking Supply Ships A/S intends to send out summons for a new bondholders meeting when the discussions have been concluded. For further information please contact:   Ulrik Hegelund, CFO, ph. +45 41 77 83 97, e-mail ulrik.hegelund@vikingsupply.com  Morten G. Aggvin, IR & Treasury Director, ph. +47 41 04 71 25, e-mail ir@vikingsupply.com  Viking Supply Ships AB (publ) is a Swedish company with headquarter in Gothenburg, Sweden. Viking Supply Ships A/S is a subsidiary of Viking Supply Ships AB (publ). In addition Viking Supply Ships AB (publ) has the subsidiary TransAtlantic AB. The operations are focused on offshore and icebreaking primarily in Arctic and subarctic areas as well as on Shipping services mainly between the Baltic Sea and the Continent. The company has in total about 500 employees and the turnover in 2015 was MSEK 1,977. The company’s B-shares are listed on the NASDAQ Stockholm, Small Cap segment. For further information, please visit: www.vikingsupply.com  This information is information that Viking Supply Ships AB is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 13:15 CET on 26 July 2016. 

New Solution Partners for Siemens Large Drives

Siemens has appointed two new Large Drives Solution Partners as it increases focus on growing its Large Drives business in the UK. Drives and Automation, based in Worksop, and NCE, based in Glasgow, are companies with significant pedigrees in the areas of designing and supporting motor drives and control systems.  They join existing Large Drives Solution Partners Iconsys and IAC in being able to provide engineering expertise and project management to Siemens customers in many industry sectors across the UK. NCE specialises in power systems for marine and offshore and the oil and gas industry, and has a 30-year pedigree, with its own production facilities in Glasgow.  Drives and Automation is based in Worksop and specialises in drive system integration and process line applications, particularly with food packaging, textile and paper industries.  Both are already supplying Siemens technology solutions for industry, including Sinamics AC/DC drive modules, and both have extensive in-house design, installation and commissioning services. Siemens Solution Partners are part of a growing global network of over 1400 companies, certified by Siemens with quality and control standards that are uniform worldwide.  Each partner provides outstanding expertise in its field, combining that with system expertise from the Siemens portfolio to optimally fulfil every project with professionalism and efficiency.  As well as providing Siemens drive and automation systems, they also cover power distribution. Geoff Hirst is Siemens general manager (Large Drives) and he commented: “We value long-term co-operation and companies who share our commitment to providing the best performance and support.  Expertise and professionalism are just some of the factors, right through from initial consultation to bespoke technology solutions and service.  By welcoming these two experienced companies into our Solution Partner network, we are significantly strengthening our support to Large Drives customers.“ Siemens Solution Partners help customers in many industries improve the quality of their technology solutions through outstanding industry and technical knowledge, by optimising availability, performance and energy efficiency, increasing throughput and profitability and improving safety and security.  Significant savings in long-term production costs and future-oriented automation solutions can be achieved through the tailored support of Siemens Solution Partners. See more about the range of Siemens solutions for industry at www.siemens.co.uk ENDS

THE MARKETING GROUP’S CREATIVE CONTENT AGENCY NICE&POLITE MAKES TWO TACTICAL ACQUISTIONS TO STRENGTHEN BUSINESS

· Nice&Polite, the creative content agency of The Marketing Group, makes two tactical acquisitions to augment its core creative content and branding business · Acquisition of Digital Virtue and VOQS Limited will strengthen the offerings of Nice&Polite and increase the overall profitability of The Marketing Group · Digital Virtue and VOQS Limited were acquired for no more than three times earnings and were paid with additional shares at a strike price of 4.15 Euros per share · A 10-day volume weighted average was used to determine the strike price of the purchase shares, giving a share price of 4.15 Euros per share  Stockholm, July 26th 2016 – Nice&Polite, the creative content agency of The Marketing Group, today announces the tactical acquisitions of Digital Virtue, a social media agency and VOQS Limited, a website strategic consulting agency. This is in line with its growth plans as it looks to deliver a more on-going and engaging digital marketing solutions to augment its core creative content and branding business.  The two deals mark Nice&Polite’s first tactical acquisition and the establishment of the new division - Nice&Polite/Engage, which aims to provide clients on-going engagement by offering app builds, websites, conversion management and all channels of digital marketing. This includes SEO, social media marketing and high profile online strategic consultancy for B2B and B2C clients. Digital Virtue and VOQS Limited have also established a strong reputation in the digital space over the past ten years. Some of their clients include the likes of Coca Cola, GSK, Hewlett-Packard, Greenleaf and Datasolutions. Digital Virtue and VOQS Limited were acquired for no more than three times earnings and were paid with additional shares at a strike price of 4.15 Euros per share, with a total value of 81,000 Euros for Digital Virtue and 138,000 Euros for VOQS Limited. The tactical acquisitions will have a demonstrable concentration effect on shareholder value from the stock issue and are in line with the interests of the shareholders. Following this tactical acquisition, the total number of ordinary shares issued by The Marketing Group will increase from 22,690,566 to 22,743,337.  This requires the creation of 52,771 new ordinary shares, over 50% of which will be subject to a 360-day lockup period.  “Priding ourselves on being on the technological forefront of all things digital, Nice&Polite is constantly seeking ways to maximise the digital channels to improve customer experience. As well as strengthening the offerings of Nice&Polite, this tactical acquisition will also increase the overall profitability of The Marketing Group. We also believe that the proven expertise of Digital Virtue and VOQS will enable us to raise the bar in the digital marketing space” comments Ross Anderson, founder and CEO of Nice&Polite. Founded in 2002, Digital Virtue has delivered over 700 successful projects and developed its own Content Management System (CMS). The CMS is specially designed to allow immersive, media rich content to be pushed to screens located anywhere in the world. This means that data can be pulled from existing legacy systems and interlaced with cutting edge animation and brand messages to produce a new way in which content can be delivered and uniquely, how potential customers can interact with this. VOQS specialises in providing strategic counsel to website development and has a presence in London, Cyprus and Sri Lanka. Over the years, it has established solid relationships with some of the UK’s biggest brands - helping them to succeed in the online space and profit considerably as a result. Company’s Description +-----------+----------------------------------------------------------------+|DIGITAL ||VIRTUE LTD |+-----------+----------------------------------------------------------------+|Location |Cardiff and London, UK |+-----------+----------------------------------------------------------------+|Turnover |£215,000 |+-----------+----------------------------------------------------------------+|PBIT |£27,000 |+-----------+----------------------------------------------------------------+|Key Clients|Coca Cola, GSK (GlaxoSmithKline), HP (Hewlett-Packard), Save the|| |Children |+-----------+----------------------------------------------------------------+|Key |Engagement through Websites, Ecommerce, Social Media Management,||Synergies  |Custom Integration, Interactive Presentations & Displays, || |Programming + Software, Mobile Apps, Hosting & Email Services |+-----------+----------------------------------------------------------------+|Owner & |Indy SamraiIndy has been in the Internet sector since its very ||Managing |early days in the UK. His career started in 1995 when he helped ||Director |setup a small cyber café, this soon grew to a full web agency || |with 3 branches. Indy was made Technical Director of the firm || |whilst still studying Computer Science at Cardiff but was || |headhunted by an agency in London. This new consultancy role || |allowed Indy to help grow the agency its turnover by 50% and || |within 12 months of joining was promoted to the board, reporting|| |directly to the CEO. It was during this period he saw the || |opportunity for a new type of approach and the early foundations|| |of Digital Virtue were born. |+-----------+----------------------------------------------------------------+ +-----------+-----------------------------------------------------------------+|VOQS Limited |+-----------+-----------------------------------------------------------------+|Location |London, Cyprus and Sri Lanka |+-----------+-----------------------------------------------------------------+|Turnover |£128,000 |+-----------+-----------------------------------------------------------------+|PBIT |£46,000 |+-----------+-----------------------------------------------------------------+|Key Clients|PHS, Teacrate, Orwak, Datasolutions, Shredding, Greenleaf, || |DGroup, LittleWhiteLies  |+-----------+-----------------------------------------------------------------+|Key |Strategic consulting, website build and management, SEO, traffic,||Synergies  |conversion, offshore delivery |+-----------+-----------------------------------------------------------------+|Owner & |Conrad SwailesConrad has been an integral part of the business ||Managing |organisation and growth of Nice&Polite in the past year - and as ||Director |a result helped to bring to life the The Marketing Group as a non|| |-exec director alongside Founding Partner and CEO, Ross Anderson.|| |His knowledge and background in the online space is second to || |none and his experience in Marketing, Ecommerce, Global sourcing,|| |Distribution, Brand Protection, Business Turnaround, Listing, and|| |Deal Making in Property and Finance will mean Nice&Polite goes || |from strength to strength as a result. |+-----------+-----------------------------------------------------------------+ For more information, please contact Hannah Middleton, Director and Communications Director Phone: +65 8193 7625 E-mail: hannah.middleton@marketinggroupplc.com  Jeremy Harbour, Executive ChairmanPhone: +65 8661 1776 E-mail: jeremy.harbour@marketinggroupplc.com The Marketing Group in brief The Marketing Group plc was incorporated in May 2015 with the purpose of gathering successful marketing businesses under one roof. During the first half of 2016, The Marketing Group acquired 9 companies with specialist skills and geographical reach. The Company comprises a series of independent marketing teams, each with specific expertise and innovative services. The consolidated group supports the subsidiaries with management and coordinating activities as well as a common operating platform. For more information, please visit the Company’s website www.marketinggroupplc.com. The Company’s share is listed on Nasdaq First North Stockholm from 8 June 2016 and Mangold Fondkommission AB, +46 8-5030 15 50, is the Company’s Certified Adviser and liquidity provider. Digital Virtue Group in brief Digital Virtue was founded in 2002 by Indy Samrai to bring high quality, bespoke, web solutions which had previously only been available to blue chip clients, to a wider SME audience. This strategy has led to steady, sustained growth and profit over the last 14 years. The company now has over 300 clients across the UK which rely on Digital Virtue for development, cloud hosting and email services. A key strength of Digital Virtue is the ability to handle complex projects, normally involving integration with existing back office systems which other design based agencies struggle to deliver.    To date Digital Virtue has delivered over 700 successful projects and has developed its own Content Management System (CMS). The CMS allows integration with almost any legacy systems and can be modified to work around existing business processes, not the other way around. A new and exciting area for future growth is Interactive Presentations and Displays. As costs of large format touchscreens has fallen, a new market opportunity has been identified. Digital Virtue has been upgrading its existing CMS to allow immersive, media rich content to be pushed to screens located anywhere in the world. Data can be pulled from existing legacy systems and interlaced with cutting edge animation and brand messages to produce a new way in which content can be delivered and uniquely, how potential customers can interact with this.

cartime Director Matt Kay: "UK Used Car Market Still Soaring"

Figures from Experian show used car sales rising at the fastest rate since before the financial crisis. So why are we choosing to buy used? The used car market is growing at its fastest rate since before the recession, with sales up by 7% in the final quarter of 2015. The latest figures released by Experian show that 1.63 million second-hand models were sold, with the North East selling more than any other region; a year-on-year rise of 8.3%. The North West was not far behind, with a rise of 7.3%; more than London, the South West and the whole of Scotland. Every region in the UK saw a rise – so why are we buying used? Principal consultant at Experian, Andrew Ballard said: “New car registrations have been buoyant for the last four years, so it’s natural to see this reflected in used car sales now. Vehicles sold as ‘new’ in the years since 2012 are coming back to traders as used within the typical change cycle. In some cases, motorists are finding it viable to trade their car in before their finance deal reaches maturity.” The ready availability of finance deals such as HP (hire purchase) or PCP (personal contract purchases) are putting the most prestige makes and models at more affordable prices. Dealers now offer competitive finance packages that are hassle-free and easy to arrange; much more so than a standard bank loan. Drivers who might have delayed upgrading their car before, are actively becoming buyers again. Some might be tempted by the new car smell, but for many the value of a used model, when combined with an accessible, affordable finance deal, remains the most appealing. Director of cartime (http://www.cartime.co.uk/) in Bury, Matt Kay (http://www.cartime.co.uk/matt-kay-cartime/), is predicting the rise in used sales to continue, thanks to the help of the late-model cars now coming back on to the used market. Matt said: “While the new car market is currently strong, we expect that to level off in 2016. The supply of late-model used cars is only going to increase and used-car sales will receive even more of a boost, helped by the availability of finance. Customers also find that when buying used on a dealer-arranged finance plan, they can afford a much higher standard of car. The huge choice in cars and deals is making used models more attractive to buyers than ever before.” The used-car dealership (http://www.cartime.co.uk/) on Bell Lane currently has more than 400 makes and models available, plus a range of 0 per cent finance deals. cartime is currently also offering a payment holiday, so customers can drive away today and pay nothing for five whole months. To see the range head down to the showroom or visit www.cartime.co.uk. Got a model in mind? Call the team on 0161 825 8448 (http://tel:01618258448).

Unibet Group plc - Interim report January – June 2016 (unaudited)

“Investments drive sustained market-share gains with 57 per cent increase in Gross winnings revenue (47 per cent in constant currency)“ "The quarter was characterised by the Euro 2016 which provided a new all-time high in customer activity and continued strong growth. Margins in the tournament were significantly higher in July than in June. If the margins had been consistent across the tournament, then Gross winnings revenue for the second quarter would have been around GBP 3 million higher.” “Gross winnings revenue in the Nordic region grew by 48 per cent (21 per cent organic in constant currency), while Western Europe grew by over 71 per cent (37 per cent organic in constant currency). Of the Gross winnings revenue 35 per cent was from locally regulated markets.” “Gross winnings revenues from the mobile channel more than doubled in GBP (74 per cent organic growth in constant currency) and accounted for 63 per cent of the total Gross winnings revenue in the second quarter.” “As in previous tournament years, we invested heavily in marketing both for new customer acquisition and reactivation of existing customers. While this has a short term effect in reducing profits, we are confident that this as proven previously will drive sustained growth in Gross winnings revenue and profits. For the quarter, marketing was 30 per cent of Gross winnings revenue, but for the full year we still expect it to average a few percentage points below 30 per cent.” “In the period from 1 to 24 July 2016, average daily Gross winnings revenue in GBP has more than doubled compared to the same period in 2015. Adjusting for the unusually high margin on the final stages of the Euros, the impact of exchange rate changes and acquisitions, the organic constant currency growth is close to 50 per cent,” says Henrik Tjärnström, CEO of Unibet Group. Today, Wednesday 27 July 2016, Unibet Group’s CEO Henrik Tjärnström will host a presentation in English at FinancialHearings, Operaterrassen in Stockholm at 9.00 CEST. Please go to www.financialhearings.com to sign in. The presentation is also webcast live on www.unibetgroupplc.com  For those who would like to participate in the telephone conference in connection with the presentation, the telephone number is UK: +44 20 3008 9804 or in the USA: +1 855 831 5946. The Unibet Group companies hold local gambling licences in UK, France, Belgium, Denmark, Germany (Schleswig-Holstein), Italy, Australia, Ireland, Romania and Estonia. The Unibet Group also holds international gambling licences in Malta, Gibraltar and Alderney. The Unibet Group pays betting duties in all markets in accordance with applicable local laws.

Bring your bucket and spade: urban beach arrives at the Coppergate Centre

A huge delivery of premium quality sand has marked the arrival of an exciting new addition to York city centre, as the Coppergate Centre prepares to open its very own urban beach – Coppergate Strand! Even as a team of intrepid beach-builders were levelling 15 tonnes of sand, children were clamouring to jump into the city centre’s largest sand pit.  However, they will have to wait until the weekend to enjoy the beach, as preparation work continues until its official opening this Saturday (29 July).  Recreating a classic British beach scene, the sand will be surrounded by wind breaks, with a host of buckets, spades, windmills and sand moulds – as well as a few deckchairs for anyone who fancies knotting a hanky on their head and braving the British summer sun! The name – Coppergate Strand – is of Viking origin, as ‘strond’ is the Norse word for ‘beach’.  Indeed, The Strand in London was a sandy area by the riverside during the time of the Vikings, and its name has stuck for over 1000 years! “The benches in Coppergate are always a popular place for people to sit during the summer, so we thought that creating our own urban beach was a great way to give families some chill-out time in the city centre this summer,” comments the Coppergate Centre’s manager, Pippa Unwin.  “The stores in the Coppergate Centre sell everything you might need for a beach holiday, from sunscreen and sunglasses to beachwear and flip-flops, so you don’t need to wait until you get home to try out your beach attire!  You can even cool down with cold drinks and ice creams available – perfect for anyone who wants the beach experience without having to face the traffic jams on the A64!” A special foot-washing area has been set up so that no-one has to wander around York with uncomfortably sandy feet.  Whatever the British summer, Coppergate Strand will remain open throughout the school holidays.  The Coppergate Centre is the only shopping centre within York’s city walls, offering visitors a combination of great shopping, culture and food and drink.  It is home to the new JORVIK on Tour exhibition in York St. Mary’s, as well as stores including Fenwick, TopShop, Body Shop, Charles Clinkard, Clarks and Boots. ENDS Pictures show: Seven year old Rhiannon Commins from York is the first to try out the summer beach at York's Coppergate Centre For further media information or photographs, please contact: Jay Commins Pyper York Limited Tel:         01904 500698 Email:    jay@pyperyork.co.uk