Oslo Bors, the Norwegian stock exchange, has launched a long-term project to move more of its data reporting products to an Internet delivery model rather than being distributed by files via e-mail.
Since 50 percent of trading on Oslo Bors is by foreign investors, the exchange is keen to make its data and reporting procedures as open and accessible as possible to outside investors to help further increase liquidity.
For example, the stock exchange is developing a Web-based diary that will lis
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