Also on top of the list of winners is Avance Gas, where Frederiksen himself is now preparing a bid for the entire company after buying additional shares in the shipping company. The stock rose 11.6 percent to 44.52 Norwegian crowns.
Kahut! Above, Neil is in red again
Otherwise, among the most heavily traded, we note yesterday’s big winner Kahoot! The 5.9 percent rise continued to NOK 49.50 at the third-highest trading volume of the day following Thursday’s quarterly report, which showed strong earnings growth and solid earnings.
Among the companies with positive weight, we also find the Nordic Semiconductor stock market rocket, which rose 3.2 percent to NOK 275.60 in the second highest volume of the day with no news of the company.
Shares of “Green” such as REC Silicon and Tomra rose 1.9 percent and 2.1 percent, respectively.
Nel, for its part, continued the contraction by a new 3.5 percent to NOK 13.51 after Thursday’s crisis figures. The company already sounded the alarm to analysts three weeks ago, without the broad market knowing anything.
On the downside, we also include Norsk Hydro, which fell 2.9 per cent to NOK 55.92.
Frederiksen excavators at the bottom
The list of losers was led by John Frederiksen’s Northern Drilling Company, with a 12.6 per cent drop to NOK 12.90 after a large owner announced a sale of less than 5 per cent. Gold digger Akobo Minerals followed closely, with a drop of 11.2 per cent to NOK 7.00.
Flyr said on Friday that the company expanded its route offering this week, but received no applause from the market, sending the stock down 7.4 percent to NOK 4.33.
Kyoto Group shares fell 6.5 percent to 31.80 Norwegian crowns after today’s report for the second quarter.
Celebrity stock at the top
On the other hand, only cryptocurrency Harmonychain, as well as Nordhealth, rose more than the aforementioned Royal Norway Salmon, up 35 percent to NOK 1.04 and 14 percent to NOK 43.74, respectively.
Play Magnus shares jumped 8.8 percent to 20.75 crowns after SpareBank1 Markets analyst Petter Kongslie released a new analysis where he sees new opportunities for celebrity stocks. Zaptec rose 8.5 per cent to 47.22 crowns after Pareto raised its price target above 80 per cent.
Oil price fell
Finally, we take into account that the price of oil fell on Friday, taking with it Equinor which fell 0.6 percent to 179.72 crowns by the highest volume today. Aker BP shares fell 1.3 percent to 221.40 Norwegian crowns.
At the close in Oslo, Brent crude fell by a little less than a percentage point in Friday’s trading to $65.93 a barrel, while WTI was down 1.1 percent to $62.99 a barrel.
In contrast, a barrel of North Sea oil was traded at $66.22 a barrel at the close of trading on Thursday.
According to Reuters, oil market participants are pointing to the same risk aversion that characterized the picture after the Federal Reserve on Wednesday of this week released the minutes of its previous interest rate meeting, as it appeared that scaling back its massive bond-buying program could begin this side of the year. the new.