Saturday , May 28 2022

Oslo Stock Exchange opens


In the stock market on Wall Street and Asia, Oslo Børs opens Thursday.

After 20 minutes trading, the main index is 898.66, an increase of 0.34 percent and shares have been sold for 593 million.

oil prices

Brent oil is up 0.29 percent to 72.28 dollars barrel, while WTI oil rises 0.32 percent to 61.87 dollars barrels.

By comparison, a bar of North Sea oil was traded for the $ 72.47 bar at Oslo Oslo Oslo on Wednesday.

Even though the stock market has risen during the current days, it is still slightly lower than when the Oslo Stock Exchange closed yesterday. This is because prices fell after US stock numbers were published on Wednesday.

According to the figures from SMEs, US stocks increased by 5.8 million barrels in recent weeks, according to TDN Direct. A building of 2.4 million barrels was expected in advance.

Otherwise, according to the news agency, Tass reported yesterday that Russia and Saudi Arabia have begun discussing production cuts in 2019.

Commander Ole Hansen of Saxo Bank says that Opec and Russia can support a price of $ 70 a barrel.

"The introduction of US sanctions earlier this week against Iran has failed to lift the market, given that eight countries, including three of the largest importers, will be granted an exception to lift Irish crude oil for up to six months," he told Reuters. TDN Direct.

Earlier Wednesday, Russia's Energy Minister Aleksander Novak stated according to the news agency that the oil market is still "very balanced".

Equinor is down 0.09 percent to 216.20 kronor. Aker BP falls 0.44 percent to 269.40, while DNO is unchanged at 16.33 percent.

points rush

A series of quarterly data has been published on Thursday and You can see all here.

Among those who get the most through the stock market after the release of the results is Subsea 7, which is down 4.80 percent to $ 96.20 at high volume. The company just met analysts' expectations for Q3, but delivered weaker than in the same period last year.

The company also reported that they see both lower sales and adjusted EBITDA for 2019 than 2018.

Photocure is also punished on the stock exchange by number, and the stock is now down 14.80 percent to 47.20 kr. The company continued to lose money in the third quarter.

Also, Idex did not get red numbers in the third quarter and the stock weakened by 8.54 percent to 4.82.

Kjell Inge Røkkes Aker also presented his third quarterly report Thursday morning. The share is down 1.11 percent to SEK 625.00.

Fingers up

Today's upsets are the fish stocks that stand for.

Lerøy Seafood doubled at the end of the third quarter and rewarded by 4.29 percent to 79.30 kr.

Austevoll Seafood can also show strong growth in the bottom and the stock market is now up 4.52 percent to 138.60 kronor.

Grieg Seafood, who presented the figures for the third quarter on Wednesday, rose 6.43 percent to 127.50.

Otherwise, John Fredriksen's Marine Harvest rises by 2.35 percent to $ 202.30, while SalMar rises 2.54 percent to 461.00. Norway Royal Salmon is strengthened 2.58 percent to SEK 219.00.


Thursday morning reported that Element and Alpha Blue Ocean (ABO) agree on a standstill period for tranche three.

It sends Element divides 13.39 percent to 1.99 crowns.

According to the announcement, the unit means that ABO will not be allowed to install three thirds of the facility of SEK 500 million before 31 January 2019, unless the Element share reaches up to four kronor.

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