Green Hydrogen Systems surges 10 percent in first trading week

The Danish electrolyzer firm starts its first week of public trading with a decent rise.

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Green Hydrogen Systems (GHS) begins Thursday's trading with a surge by 9.9 percent to DKK 43.95 (EUR 5.91) after its initial public offering last Thursday at DKK 40.

The Danish hydrogen firm issued a total 27.5 million shares at a price of DKK 40 apiece when going public, yielding gross proceeds of DKK 1.1bn.

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