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Novo Nordisk expects 5-9 percent sales growth in 2021

Pharmaceutical company Novo Nordisk exceeds Q4 revenue guidance and aims for a 5-9 percent increase in local currency in 2021. This would be the same level as the sales for all of 2020.

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At the end of 2021 Novo Nordisk hopes to have scraped together a 5-9 percent revenue growth with a 4-8 percent higher operational result, both measured in local currency.

In DKK terms, however, Novo expects the growth will be around 4 percentage points lower as regards the top line and operating profit, according to the pharmaceutical giant's annual financial report published Wednesday morning.

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