Today (18.09.2012) at small earthquake swarm started in northern Denanmark, with the fault line extending upwards Sweden. The reason for earthquakes in this area is old fault lines. Along with the fact the Alps pressure the crust in Denmark (from what I did read long time ago). There is also glacier rebound taking place in Denmark and Sweden, along with Norway and Finland. The largest earthquakes in this swarm have had magnitude of ML2.4 and ML2.3. Both with depth of 1 km. But that might also be subject to change.
The last earthquake that took place in this area was at 17:04 UTC. Since then no new earthquake have taken place. There might be some earthquakes later. But I find it unlikely to happen. But it hard to know for sure. But this is continental crust. So it moves slowly, when it moves at all in when it comes to earthquakes or other such changes. More earthquakes from this earthquake swarm can be found on EMSC web site.