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Finansavisen Digital

* All statistics are based on Hegnar.no

In September 2019 Hegnar Media launched Finansavisen.no to merge the newspaper Finansavisen and the website Hegnar.no.

Finansavisen.no keeps readers up to date with the latest news in the stock market, business markets and financial services industry.

Interests

Eiendom, Finans, Nyheter, Næringsliv

30-69
Age
87%
Males
13%
Females
Source: Own Survey
Consumer & Media survey 19/1 (March 2019)

Residence

Oslo/Akershus
23%
Resides in East of Norway
25%
Resides in West of Norway
39%
Resides in Mid/North of Norway
14%
Source: Own Survey
Consumer & Media survey 19/1 (March 2019)

Age

Younger than 19 years of age
1%
20 - 29 years old
13%
30 - 39 years old
18%
40 - 49 years old
24%
50 - 59 years old
20%
60 - 69 years old
16%
Over the age of 70
8%
Source: Own Survey
Consumer & Media survey 19/1 (March 2019)

Highest completed education

Primary School
4%
High School
21%
Certificate of apprenticeship / Vocational school
15%
University/College
59%
Source: Own Survey
Consumer & Media survey 19/1 (March 2019)

Personal annual income

Less than 200 000 NOK
7%
200 000 - 349 000 NOK
6%
350 000 - 499 000 NOK
16%
500 000 + NOK
65%
Source: Own Survey
Consumer & Media survey 19/1 (March 2019)

Household annual income

0 - 450 000 NOK
11%
451 000 - 700 000 NOK
20%
701 000 - 1 000 000 NOK
28%
100 100 000 + NOK
31%
Source: Own Survey
Consumer & Media survey 19/1 (March 2019)

Management position

CEO/Director
6%
Middle management
15%
Supervisor/Foreman
20%
Source: Own Survey
Consumer & Media survey 19/1 (March 2019)
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