The Oslo Stock Exchange rose from the start on Monday, ending the day with an increase of 1.13 percent on the day to 1,175.03 points.
technology company DLTprevious item, It became the current winner in the stock market with an increase of 28.1 percent. The price increase continues the trend of the previous days, and marks the sixth day of price hikes after many insiders bought the stock.
PatientSky It rose 15.8 percent on the stock exchange after it became known that investors Tori Axel Volberg, Ketel Skorsted, Christian Lundqvist and Christopher Solvang had acquired the company. The stock is down more than 70 percent this year.
Zweep It ended down 5.3 percent, after board member Johan Behl on Friday sold 92,883 shares in the company to SEK 37.03. This corresponds to about 3.4 million crowns.
Hydrogenscape men It was announced in the morning that the company would take part in a new project for fuel cell cars in Gothenburg. The stock closed up 17.5 percent on the stock exchange.
SoftOx Solutions An agreement to buy 50 percent of Ose Water AS shares was announced in a stock exchange announcement. The agreement includes SoftOx transferring all of its disinfection products to Ose. The stock rose 11.9 percent on the day.
Othello The company announced that the company repurchased 12.5 million shares at NOK 33. The stock fell 5.6 percent on the stock exchange.
Atlantic sapphire It rose 2.7 per cent to NOK 50.00 after a report that operations at the plant in Miami are now back to normal.
Oil Company bottom It raised its estimate of the recoverable resources in Bergknapp discovery by 35 percent. The share is still down 1.6 percent.
heavy weights Norsk Hydro It is up 3.4 percent on the day, after aluminum prices reached their highest level in ten years. The price hike comes as a result of the military coup in Guinea, a major producer of bauxite.
Equinor It rose by 2.8 percent, and became the most heavily traded stock today. Nordic Semiconductor rose 3.4 percent, adventa 2.9 percent and Rec silicone 1.3 percent.
At the close of trading, the price of a barrel of North Sea oil fell 0.1 percent during the day to $72.74 a barrel.
WTI oil is trading at $69.43, an increase of 0.3 percent.
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