Nordic stocks fell Monday, with the OMX Nordic 40 Index declining 0.4%.

NCAB Group AB posted the largest decline during the session, declining 7.1%, followed by Nokia Corp. shares, which fell 6.5%. Shares of Nokia Corp. declined 6.4%.

Sinch AB was the biggest leader, increasing 6.9%, and Telefon AB L.M. Ericsson Series B gained 6.1%. Siminn hf. rounded out the top three leaders on Monday, with shares adding 5.6%.

In Denmark, the OMX Copenhagen 20 Index fell 0.4%, and the OMX Helsinki 25 Index, which tracks Finland's most-traded stocks, fell 1.3%.

Stocks on Sweden's OMX Stockholm 30 Index increased 0.2%, while Norway's Oslo Exchange Benchmark Index_GI declined 1.1%. Shares in Iceland increased, with the OMX Iceland All-Share PI Equity Index increasing 0.4%.

Elsewhere in Europe, indexes fell, with the STOXX Europe 600 Index falling 0.1% and the FTSE 100 Index falling 0.2% from the previous close.

Stock indexes in Asia were down, with Japan's NIKKEI 225 Index falling 0.6% and China's Shanghai Composite Index falling 0.3%.

In commodities news, Brent crude oil futures were down 0.7%, and gold futures were down 2.0%. Bitcoin climbed 3.9% to $40,537.

On the currency front, the WSJ Dollar Index gained 0.5% to 98.02.

Against the euro, the U.S. dollar was up 0.6%, the Icelandic krona was up 0.1%, the Danish krone was flat, the Swedish krona was down 0.2%, and the Norwegian krone was down 1.0%.

Against the U.S. dollar, the Icelandic krona was down 0.5%, the Swedish krona was down 0.5%, the euro was down 0.6%, the Danish krone was down 0.6%, and the Norwegian krone was down 1.3%.

-This article was automatically generated by MarketWatch using technology from Automated Insights. Data source: Dow Jones Market Data, FactSet.

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