Danes' equity holdings shrank by 9% in 2022

Danish investors’ total holdings of equities receded by DKK 57bn (EUR 7.7bn) over last year, new figures from Denmark’s central bank show.
Photo: Thomas Borberg/Ritzau Scanpix
Photo: Thomas Borberg/Ritzau Scanpix
by dorthe bach, translated by daniel pedersen

Danes’ total equity holdings fell from DKK 642bn (EUR 86.3bn) at the beginning of 2022 to DKK 585bn (EUR 78.7bn) at the end of the year, a DKK 8.8% drop, reveals new figures from Danish central bank Danmarks Nationalbank.

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