Changes in Most Traded and ATTRACT40 segments at Stockholm Stock Exchange Stockholm Stock Exchanges segments Most Traded and Attract40 will be updated as of January 1, 2005. The Most Traded segment of the A List will remain unchanged. The O List segment, ATTRACT40, will have 13 new companies, while 13 will be removed from the segment. Every six months, an update of the Most Traded and ATTRACT40 segments is conducted on the basis of trading statistics. This ensures that the Most Traded and ATTRACT40 segments reflect the companies that have been of greatest interest to investors during the immediately preceding year and half-year. From January 1 2005, the Most Traded segment will include 31 companies. ATTRACT40 will consist of 47 companies, of which 13 are new since the previous period. The companies that are removed from the ATTRACT40 segment will be traded in the Other shares segment of the O Lists. Changes in the Most Traded and ATTRACT40 segments as of January 1, 2005: New companies in Most Traded segment: None. Companies removed from Most Traded segment: None. Industriförvaltnings AB Kinnevik was removed from the segment in July 2004 due to a merger with Invik & Co AB. New companies in ATTRACT40: Axis AB, Biacore International AB, Capona AB, Concordia Maritime AB, Millicom International S.A, NOTE AB, Pricer AB, Protect Data AB, SAAB AB, Skanditek Industriförvaltning AB, SWECO AB, Unibet Group Plc and Inv Ldt Vostok Nafta. Companies removed from ATTRACT40: Anoto Group AB, Avanza AB, Framfab AB, LB Icon AB, Industrial and Financial Syst AB IFS, Kaupþing Búnaðarbanki hf., Klövern AB, Maxim Pharmaceuticals Inc., Munters AB, Nobia AB, Nordnet AB, Orc Software AB and SwitchCore AB. In addition, Fabege AB and Song Networks Holding AB were removed from the segment during the period due to takeovers. Investment AB Kinnevik was included in the segment during the period following the merger with Invik & Co AB. The revised rules for qualifying for the Most Traded segment will not be implemented as previously announced. For more information, please contact: Frank Teneberg, Issuer Sales, Stockholm Stock Exchange +46 8 405 6954 Annika Molander, Vice President Communications, OMX Exchanges/ Stockholm Stock Exchange +46 8 405 6610 ABOUT OMX | OMX owns and operates the largest securities market in the Northern Europe and is a leading provider of marketplace services and solutions for the financial and energy markets. OMX consists of two divisions: OMX Exchanges and OMX Technology. OMX Exchanges owns and operates the stock exchanges in Stockholm, Helsinki, Tallinn, Riga and Vilnius as well as the central securities depositories in Finland, Estonia and Latvia. Through OMX Exchanges OMX offers access to 80 percent of the Nordic and Baltic securities market. OMX Technology is a provider of transaction technology, processing and outsourcing solutions. OMX is listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange and the Helsinki Stock Exchange. For more information please visit www.omxgroup.com. PDF Facts Attract40 Facts Most Traded
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