Review of Most Traded and ATTRACT40(TM)

Review of Most Traded and ATTRACT40(TM) Stockholmsbörsen's segment for the most traded shares will be updated from January 1st, 2003. The Most Traded-segment (Mest omsatta) on the A- list will loose 2 companies while Attract40 will get 8 new companies and 10 companies will leave the segment. The companies that leave the segments will be listed among the other companies at the A-list or the O- list segments. During the first half of 2003, there will be 28 companies at the Most Traded-segment and 47 companies at the ATTRACT40-segment, whereof 15 are new companies. Prior to the end of each half-year period the segments will be changed based on the statistics of the trade. In that way ATTRACT40 and the Most Traded segments will reflect those companies that have been of interest to the investors during the last six months respectively the last year. For example, in the ATTRACT40 segment, the weightings of the Industrials sector has increased while the IT- companies weightings have been reduced. "The Most Traded and ATTRACT40 are indicators for shares with high turnover. The criteria for ATTRACT40 ensures that mid-cap companies are likely to be included in the segment", says Frank Teneberg, Head of Issuer Sales, Stockholmsbörsen. Most Traded and Attract40 from January 1st, 2003 New companies on Most Traded: - Companies that will leave Most Traded: Nobel Biocare Holding AG and SCANIA AB. New companies on ATTRACT40: Axfood AB, Intrum Justitia AB, Karlshamns AB, Munters AB, NCC AB, Nobia AB, Ratos AB and Sapa AB. Companies that will leave ATTRACT40: Axis AB, Cash Guard AB, Enea Data AB, IBS AB, Industrial & Financial Systems AB IFS, Maxim Pharmaceuticals Inc, Medivir AB, Peab AB, PyroSequencing AB and Vostok Nafta Investment Ltd. For further information Frank Teneberg, Head of Issuer Sales, Stockholmsbörsen +46 (0)70 559 52 75 Maria Andark, VP Corporate Communications, Stockholmsbörsen +46 (0)70 597 52 76 For information about all companies in the segments and about rules for the different segments, please visit www.stockholmsborsen.se ------------------------------------------------------------ This information was brought to you by Waymaker http://www.waymaker.net The following files are available for download: http://www.waymaker.net/bitonline/2002/12/19/20021219BIT00280/wkr0001.doc http://www.waymaker.net/bitonline/2002/12/19/20021219BIT00280/wkr0002.pdf