The Oslo Stock Exchange opened lower, but turned green and finished at a new all-time high on Wednesday. The main index closed at 1,184.29, up 0.75 percent, and shares were traded at a value of 5.7 billion Norwegian kroner.
Brent crude stood at the stock market’s close, down 0.5 percent to $82.86 a barrel, while West Texas Intermediate crude fell 0.6 percent to $80.05 a barrel.
In contrast, a barrel of North Sea oil was trading at $83.20 a barrel at the close of trading in Oslo on Tuesday.
Oil prices are falling as concerns about rising coal and gas prices in China, India and Europe will slow global growth, which in turn will lower oil demand.
Equinor It finished down 0.7 percent, while Aker BP It was 0.7 percent.
Kjell Ingie Rocks turbid It went to the all-time high on Wednesday, up 1.8 percent to 786 crowns. Desert control, coloring And Okay To the new record lists, in addition to six banks.
On Tuesday, Okea announced that there would be no development of the Vette Discovery southwest of Stavanger.
– In our numbers, this does not have much to say, says analyst Anders Holte at Kepler Cheuvreux about the consequences of stopping the project, in an interview with Finansavisen TV.
He believes the company will release a dividend soon. Okea shares rose 7.9 percent.
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