The Helsinki Stock Exchange ended on Monday with a slight increase, as the general index rose by 0.1 percent to 9765.16 points. The most traded share of the day was Inzile, which saw an increase of 4.0 percent to 25.67 euros. About half of the most traded stocks were up, while the other half were down.

Engine company Training has announced an investment in the production of filter cloth in Brazil to meet the demand of South American industries. Valmet’s share price dropped by 2.5 percent to 24.18 euros, while PunaMusta Media announced production changes that will result in layoffs.

The name change of Tavaratal Stockman to Lindek Group was approved at its general assembly, taking effect on the Helsinki Stock Exchange. ICT company Loihti announced share issues related to staff incentives, while SSH Communications Security elected a new board member at the Assembly session.

SRV Companies and Fortum also elected new board members at their respective assemblies, with SRV Companies recording the largest growth at the end of the day with a 14.3 percent increase in its share price to 4.89 euros, while Tecnotree recorded a drop of 4.9 percent to 0.27 euros

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