STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – Swedish firm Kinnevik, one of Europe's largest publicly traded securities firms, reported an 11% increase in net asset value on Monday, compared to the previous quarter, largely due to re-evaluations of its investments in Babylon, Pleo and Budbee.
The net asset value rose compared to the previous quarter by 12.6 billion crowns to 76.2 billion.
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