Sweden, the European Union's presidency, on Monday condemned a deadly bomb attack in Russia's restive southern republic of Ingushetia, calling it "a brutal act" of terrorism.
Iceland has recapitalised two of its three main banks which it had to bail out when the global financial crisis devastated its economy.
Iceland's parliament will give its backing next week to a controversial deal to pay back billions of euros lost by British and Dutch investors.
Norway's sovereign wealth fund grew 14.9 percent last quarter and achieved it's best-ever quarterly performance.
Finnish inflation dropped for the second consecutive month in July as prices fell by 0.6 percent.
The central bank of Denmark, an EU member but not part of the eurozone, will cut its key interest rate by 0.10 point to 1.45 percent.
OMX Stockholm reached a new high on Thursday as eurozone economies unexpectedly emerged from recession.
A record number of Swedes say they intend to vote for the far-right Sweden Democrats in the country's general election next year.
Danish officers stormed a church to arrest 17 squatting refugees.
Microsoft and Nokia, in a challenge to Research in Motion's Blackberry, has announced that Microsoft Office software will be available on smartphones made by the Finnish company.
Vestas, the Danish maker of wind turbines, is cutting 425 jobs in Britain as a lack of demand forces it to shut two factories making blades.
Sweden will give the Palestinian Authority 50 million kronor in aid to help pay wages and pensions to civilians.