Trump could work to Rockwool's advantage

Danish cleantech company Rockwool booked strengthened earnings in Q3 and is now practically debt-free. According to the company's CEO, Rockwool is well prepared to face the challenges that could arise from Trump's election victory.


Trump Tower is far from Rockwool's headquarters in Denmark and the Danish cleantech company is not exactly close with the future US president. But Donald Trump's election victory in the US does not make Rockwool worry.

This is the conclusion from Rockwool CEO, Jens Birgersson, in the wake of the company's third quarter interim report. A report which showed great progress in earnings despite a marginal decline in revenue.

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