The Oslo Stock Exchange opens on Tuesday morning.
After 30 minutes of trading, the main index settled at 1,153.96, up 0.57%, and shares so far traded for 499 million NOK.
Oil price has now recovered somewhat after Monday’s sharp drop.
Brent crude rose 0.14 percent to $69.36 a barrel on Tuesday morning, while West Texas Intermediate crude rose 0.22 percent to $66.96 a barrel.
In contrast, a barrel of North Sea oil was trading at $68.27 a barrel at the close of trading in Oslo on Monday.
According to TDN Direkt, ING analysts now expect the decline in oil prices to be limited, as the continued decline will attract the attention of OPEC+, which can then reconsider its current plan to increase production.
According to the news agency, ING wrote, “We believe that further weakness is a buying opportunity, especially when you consider that the market will see big moves in stocks this year.”
Equinor It rose 0.62 percent to 181.40 crowns, while Aker BP It rose 1.18 percent to 239.60 crowns.
action game Fifth Planet Games Now it rises 49.61 percent to 1.15 crowns. This comes after it was announced that Skybound Entertainment is buying 58 percent of the company for NOK 92 million.
Smartoptics Group On Tuesday it presented its second-quarter report, in which it quadrupled operating profit and raised guidance. The stock is now up 4.56 percent to 10.30 crowns.
also Well, a pistol Provided her numbers. The company doubled its revenue, now up 10.30 per cent to NOK 31.87.
Among the weights are in a It rose 4.63 percent to 15.81 kroner, while Norsk Hydro It rose by 2.4 per cent to 59.22 NOK as the most traded stock today. On Tuesday, Citigroup raised its recommendation for the latter to be a buy.
MPC Container Ships It puts an additional 1.31 per cent to 27.15 kroner, and so far this year it is up almost 330 per cent.
Greg Seafood It fell 0.56 percent to 88.00 crowns. The company reported Tuesday morning that it had an accident last night at a slaughterhouse in Simanes, Alta, and as a result, 96,000 salmon have now died.
Otherwise, among the most actively traded stocks declines DNB 0.29 percent to 18.65 crowns, while Flex LNG It fell 3.33 percent to 122.10 crowns.
golden ocean It weakened by 1.48 per cent to NOK 82.95. The company announced this morning that it has terminated its relationship with Capesize Chartering Ltd. (CCL), a joint venture to coordinate custom space rental services for Golden Ocean, Starbulk, CTM and Bocimar.
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