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Financials : Banks | Mid Cap Value
Based in Denmark
Company profile

Danske Bank A/S is engaged in providing payment services, trading in securities and other instruments, depositing of surplus liquidity and provision of short- and long-term financing. Its segments include Personal Banking, Business Banking, Corporates & Institutions, Wealth Management, Northern Ireland, Non-core and Other Activities. The Personal Banking segment provides personal advice that addresses its customers' individual needs. The Business Banking segment offers solutions within financing, investing, cash management and risk management. The Corporates & Institutions segment provides strategic advice, financial solutions and products. The Wealth Management segment offers a range of products and services within pension savings and wealth and asset management. The Northern Ireland segment serves personal and business customers. The Non-core segment consists of loans to customers in Ireland. The Bank's Other Activities include its treasury and support functions.

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Today's volume of 1,706 shares is on pace to be much lighter than DNKEY's 10-day average volume of 15,080 shares.


UPDATE: Michael Jordan memorabilia explodes amid 'Last Dance' popularity

2:43 pm ET May 18, 2020 (MarketWatch)

By Weston Blasi, MarketWatch

Sales for Chicago Bulls items following the premiere of 'The Last Dance' spiked over 5,000% over what they averaged in the beginning of April

Almost 20 years since he stopped bouncing a basketball professionally, Michael Jordan is still the hottest name in the sports memorabilia business.

The ESPN(DIS) and Netflix(NFLX) documentary series "The Last Dance," built around Michael Jordan's final season with the Chicago Bulls in 1997-98, has led to a spike in interest in Michael Jordan memorabilia.

Average one-day sales for Chicago Bulls items following the premiere of The Last Dance spiked a staggering 5,156% over what they averaged in the beginning of April. Searches for Jordan autographed basketballs and Jordan trading cards also spiked by over 50% during that period.

Brandon Steiner, the founder of Steiner Sports Memorabilia who now runs the CollectibleXchange marketplace, says Michael Jordan is still far and away the top athlete in terms of memorabilia interest.

"Lets be clear here, Michael Jordan, we all should be giving him a check," Steiner told MarketWatch. "He lifted sport licensing onto a legitimate level. It was practically nothing before he got into the game."

Steiner explains that before Jordan, sports memorabilia was a regional business. Milwaukee Bucks jackets were sold only in Milwaukee and Orlando Magic autographed basketballs were mainly sold in Florida. With the emergence of Jordan, memorabilia exploded nationwide because everybody loved Jordan.

"It was national," Steiner told MarketWatch. "Female-male, black-white, everybody wanted that shit."

The increased interest has prompted eBay to create a Jordan-centric hub on its website with its own URL: eBay.com/MJcollectibles.

Last week, a Jordan rookie card was sold for a PSA 10 record $96,000 (https://www.actionnetwork.com/nba/michael-jordan-rookie-card-value-market-record-2020-darren-rovell) at an auction. That same card was sold 19 days prior for a then-record $51,600. A PSA 10 is the highest mark on the card-quality grading system, meaning this card was in near perfect condition.

According to market analysts at eBay(EBAY) , the platform has seen a 151% spike in purchases of Michael Jordan rookie cards since the series debuted in April.

Another sought-after piece of Jordan memorabilia set for auction is a $15,000 check Jordan made out to President Trump's defunct casino in Gary, Indiana. The check was from 1998 and is made out to "Trump Indiana, Inc."


Steiner says, "there's no question" that interest in Jordan memorabilia is greater than for today's athletes. For example, eBay told MarketWatch that Jordan memorabilia outsold LeBron James memorabilia in 2019 by 500% (https://www.sportscollectorsdaily.com/ebay-releases-big-michael-jordan-sales-stats-launches-collectibles-hub/).

-Weston Blasi; 415-439-6400; AskNewswires@dowjones.com

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

May 18, 2020 14:43 ET (18:43 GMT)

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