The main index on the Oslo Stock Exchange closed 1.33 percent higher at 1,200.02 points on Thursday. At its highest level, the index rose at 1200.38 points. Thursday’s top and bottom lists are two new records for the Oslo Stock Exchange.
Sales of shares and stock certificates closed at 6.3 billion NOK.
Oil prices also rose on Thursday. At the close of trading, the price of Brent oil rose 0.5% to $83.78 per share. barrel, while West Texas Intermediate crude rose 0.5 percent to $80.44 a barrel. Equinor It ended up 1.9 per cent at 230.55 crowns, Kjell Inge Røkkes Aker BP It rose 2.9 percent to 327.80 Norwegian kroner, while bottom It rose 7.2 percent to 12.14 percent, supported by the new Pareto price.
There was good speed also in many other Røkke stocks on Thursday. Aker offshore wind It rose as much as 13.0 per cent to 5.11 NOK, turbid carbon capture It rose 4.4 percent to 27.50 NOK, Aker Clean Hydrogen It rose 5.1 percent to 6.41 NOK, and Aker’s prospects It ended up 4.4 per cent at 32.15 crowns. Aker ASA It ended up 1.4 per cent at 797.00 crowns.
In addition, rose turbid solutions 5.0 per cent to 22.56 NOK and Solstad abroad 5.0 percent to NOK 5.70 as per the offshore wind cooperation agreement with DeepOcean. Røkkes Aker Capital and John Fredriksen’s Hemen Holding are the two largest owners of the shipping company.
However, the largest price increase occurred Tico 2030 , which rose by 22.2 per cent to 6.72 crowns. The company has announced a framework agreement with a Dutch shipping company which, according to the director, could be worth up to 150 million euros, or roughly 1.5 billion kroner.
Quantafuel It ended up 11.2 per cent at NOK 27.70 after the appointment of a new senior manager.
smart watch company Xplora Technologies It rose 11.3 per cent to 31.90 NOK. Last Friday, the stock collapsed after a disappointing sales update, and the stock is still down 12 percent last week.
At the end of the interview Circa Group . The share of biochemistry, which Peter Hermannrod thought could multiply tenfold, fell 29.8 per cent to NOK 10.85. The reason was a message from the company about a large budget gap for the Resolute project. It has also been delayed, and the company needs to raise more funds to fully fund it.
prim It fell 9.4 percent to 40.79 Norwegian crowns Pexip It ended trading down 8.0 per cent to 46.90 crowns. The latter is now down six consecutive trading days, weighed down by a disappointing revenue update and sharp target price cuts.
Among the most traded excellent stocks hydro an increase of 4.1 percent to 70.48 kroner and DNB An increase of 1.5 per cent to 207.80 NOK.
Nordic Semiconductor It rose 2.7 percent to 274.20 NOK and He says 2.5 percent to 231.00 kroner. in a It finished 2.2 percent to 14.23 crowns.
kahut It fell about one percent to 62.85 Norwegian crowns. Enter , which may in turn be the subject of the Swedish bidding war, fell 1.9 per cent to NOK 210.80. static Dry goods giant John Fredriksen shares closed 1.6% lower to 154.85 crowns golden ocean group It fell 2.0 per cent to 80.85 Norwegian kroner, weighed down by a fall in interest rates on the fifth day.
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