STOCKHOLM, July 12 (Reuters) - Sweden's Kinnevik,
one of Europe's largest listed investment firms, on Monday
reported an 11% rise in second-quarter net asset value from
prior quarter mainly due to revaluations of its investments in
Babylon, Pleo and Budbee.
Net asset value grew by 12.6 billion crowns to 76.2 billion
from the previous quarter.
(Reporting by Supantha Mukherjee in Stockholm)