NPinvestor announces triple downgrade after increasing loss

Recently listed financial data firm NPinvestor has failed to attract new customers to its trading platform Straticator as planned. This is reflected in the company accounts.

Erik Damgaard, co-owner of Npinvestor | Photo: Ritzau Scanpix/Betina Garcia

NPinvestor, the Danish financial news and data company which underwent an IPO in January, has downgraded its revenue expectations for the next three sets of annual accounts after failing to lure customers to its trading platform Straticator.

This downgrades were revealed in the company's interim accounts presented last week.

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