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Nokia shares rise on reports of Lumia 920 getting “sold out” in Germany.

We somehow missed it, but now it seems that “Germany Nokia Team” has taken to Facebook to assuage potential buyers of the stock out situation they are facing in Germany. According to the post, due to high demand, Lumia 920 has sold out in most of the stores and Nokia is trying to bring all color models in Germany soon.

Though this is not only about Germany and Lumia 920 is getting sold out and topping the bestsellers charts across major markets like USA, UK, Italy, Australia, France. Read more here,

http://nokiapoweruser.com/2012/11/17/weekend-read-lumia-920-sold-outs-and-bestseller-charts-performance-round-up/

Now, share market has responded positively to the news of these sold outs and Nokia shares have risen by 5.5 percent to 2.23 euros  today. The shares rose the most in a month after the news spread that Lumia 920 smartphone had sold out in Germany.

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Nayan
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