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Wobbly start for Oslo Bors – E24

Atlantic Sapphire stock fell after reports of a lack of liquid oxygen.

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Friday started with mixed exchanges in Asia, then Wall Street ended lower on Thursday.

On the Oslo Stock Exchange, the main index began to fluctuate around 0, at around 9.20 and fell by 0.07 percent.

Salmar shares rose 3.82 percent at nearly 9.20, after ending Thursday with a 2.93 percent decline. brokerage DNB Markets and Pareto have upgraded their recommendations for acquisitions Out of stock Friday morning.

Atlantic Sapphire shares were down 20.42 percent at around 9:20 p.m. This happens after the breeder announced that they were not getting enough oxygen for the salmon on their wild fish farm in Miami, due to a lack of liquid oxygen after a wave of infection and hospitalization in the United States.

Before the stock exchange opened, a number of companies submitted their quarterly reports.

Among them was the investment firm Thon Holding Olaf Thon, which mentioned Significant improvement in performance.

Hofseth Biocare on the other hand Gone is still in minus resounding. At around 9.20, the stock was down 2.17 percent.

Agilyx Plastic Recycling Machine Losses increase in the first half of the year, at about 9.20 shares, up 6.23 percent. AF Gruppen can report Strong growth in the second quarterAbout 9.20 shares rise 2.09 percent.

Oil prices are on the rise

The price of North Sea oil rose 0.82 percent just before the exchange opened, and the price per barrel was $72.12.

In the world, investors are getting cautious ahead of US Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s speech at Jackson Hole, according to CNBC And Reuters.

They expect to hear Powell’s views on the state of the US economy, CNBC writes.

The minutes of the central bank’s August meeting showed that they were preparing to reduce their purchases of securities by the end of the year. CNBC wrote at the time that the cut would not immediately lead to higher interest rates.

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