GN Group stock is under pressure, says analyst

A Sydbank analyst explains why the hearing aid and audio group has been sliding down Denmark’s biggest trading index in the past few days.

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GN Group, which manufactures hearing aids under its GN Hearing arm, is facing headwinds on the Copenhagen stock exchange, as the company’s share price has dropped 16.3% over the course of five days.

On Friday, GN scraped the bottom of the C25 index, which lists the 25 largest and most traded shares on the Copenhagen exchange, with a stock price plummet of 7.3%.

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