AS Tallink Grupp will introduce the results of the first quarter of 2021 in an investor webinar. All shareholders and other stakeholders are invited to join the webinar, scheduled to take place on 29 April 2021 at 15:00 (EET). The webinar will be held in English and prior registration is required. The financial results will be presented by the Chairman of the Management Board Paavo Nõgene, Member of Management Board Harri Hanschmidt and Financial director Joonas Joost. We kindly ask participants to provide their questions before the webinar, latest by 12:00 on 29 April, by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Due to time constraint, preference will be given to questions submitted in writing before the webinar. How to join the webinar?To join the webinar, please register by 29 April 2021 at 14:30 (EET) latest via the following link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8138526109372532749. When joining the webinar for the first time, you will be asked to download the plug-in which will only take a few seconds. In case the plug-in cannot be downloaded, a web browser which enables attending the webinar, will open automatically. Registered participants will receive a reminder e-mail one hour prior to the webinar. The webinar will be recorded and will be available online for everyone on the company’s website at www.tallink.com/investors/webinars and on the Nasdaq Baltic youtube.com account. Joonas JoostFinancial director AS Tallink GruppSadama 510111 Tallinn, EstoniaE-mail email@example.com
Papua New Guinea on Thursday reported 11 new deaths linked to COVID-19, a larger than usual increase for the Pacific island nation, which may support concerns that an outbreak in recent months may overwhelm its fragile health system. The additional deaths were logged in the 24 hours to midday Wednesday but occurred over the span of nearly a month prior, the PNG COVID-19 National Pandemic Response said in a statement, taking the country's coronavirus death toll to 82. Australia has said that the coronavirus statistics produced by the PNG authorities vastly underestimate the extent of the crisis because its northern neighbour does not do mass testing.
Asian shares slipped on Thursday dragged down by Chinese stocks as recent upbeat economic data raised fears of monetary policy tightening, while the dollar index struggled near one-month lows. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was down 0.1% after two straight days of gains. Japan's Nikkei pared early gains to finish 0.07% higher while New Zealand's benchmark index fell 0.9%.