The main index on the Oslo Stock Exchange rose 0.6 percent to 1,210 points by lunchtime on Tuesday.
Of the freight stocks in the Oslo Stock Exchange are rising MPC Container Ships 5.3 percent, front line 5.3 percent and golden ocean group 2.6 percent.
John Frederiksen dominates North pits It rises further on Tuesday with an increase of 7.7 percent. The company has canceled all of its new buildings and now does not have any platforms. Lukas Daul, an analyst at ABG, stated on Monday that the stock’s upside is now in claims against the arena.
Nordic nanofactor It rises 5.4 percent at lunchtime. The biotech company was able to announce this morning that it has entered into a research collaboration with the University of Pennsylvania.
cadler It strengthened 8.0 percent on Tuesday afternoon. During the Investor Days 2021 program on Monday, energy analyst John Olsen had great confidence in the stock, which he believes is an obvious multiplier candidate.
Batinsky It jumped nearly 30 percent on Monday after Christian Ekast, chief director at the Danish Stock Exchange, predicted guilty growth for the company and said the stake was worth more than 50 percent. Shortly thereafter, quotes about comets’ growth and billion-dollar potential were listed on the Norwegian Stock Exchange. – We have to be more careful in the future, Ecast told Finansavisen on Monday. On Tuesday, the stock fell 10.6 percent.
Webstep It rose 5.1 per cent in the afternoon after brokerage Pareto Securitites covered the stock with a buy recommendation and a target price of NOK 40 per share. The stock is trading at lunch at 33.60 NOK each. a job.
multi-consultation It rose 0.6 per cent on Tuesday after the company was selected as a consultant for the detailed zoning plan and preliminary design for a road and bridge development in Vetsund by the Norwegian Public Roads Administration.
At lunchtime, a barrel of North Sea oil (a burnt spot) was trading for $85.06, an increase of 1.1 percent on the day.
WTI Oil is trading at $82.72 a barrel. barrels, up 1.4 percent.
The US Department of Energy’s statistics division, EIA, expects US shale oil production to rise by 77,000 barrels per day. Today to 8.219 million barrels each. November 2021 from the previous month, shown from the EIA’s monthly “Drilling Productivity Report” on Monday.
In October, shale oil production is now expected to be 8.142 million barrels per day, up from 8.135 million barrels per day. Today in the previous report.
Equinor rises 1.1 percent, Aker BP 1.3 percent and bottom 3.1%.
in a It rose 1.7 percent despite the fact that brokerage JP Morgan updated its price target and lowered it to NOK 13 from NOK 15 per share. a job. The stock is trading on Tuesday for NOK 13.22.
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