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He sees the government's structural non-oil deficit rising by 31 billion kroner from last year.
Maersk's oil and gas unit, the Nordic region's second-largest explorer after Statoil, said first-half net income rose 26 per cent to 6.45 billion kroner.
Company shares tumbled 2.2 percent in Copenhagen after the announcement to 373.50 kroner ($59.80)
The krone depreciated against the US dollar during the quarter, and contributed to increasing the value of the fund by 47 billion kroner. In the second quarter, 2 billion kroner was withdrawn from the fund.
Employers Holdings Inc (NYSE:EIG), a holding company with subsidiaries that are specialty providers of workers' compensation insurance and services, revealed on Monday that it has elected James Kroner and Michael McSally to its board of directors as of 26 September 2013.
The Danish brewer said second-quarter sales rose to 10.42 billion kroner ($1.73 billion) from 10.24 billion kroner.
In the first quarter, 11 billion kroner was withdrawn from the fund.
The net loss for the January-March period was 319 million kroner ($55 million), compared with a loss of 74 million kroner in the same period a year earlier.
Novo Nordisk has declared an investment of about 750 million kroner (around $130 million) in new laboratories at the company's R&D campus in MENlE[sup.1]v, Denmark.
Net income declined to 2.47 billion kroner ($512 million), or 3.96 kroner a share, from 3.65 billion kroner, or 5.71 kroner, the Bagsvaerd, Denmark-based company said.
The Valby-based maker of its namesake beer earned 20 million kroner (euro2.7 million, US$ 3.5 million) in the October-December period, compared with 115 million kroner a year earlier.