It was another heavy day at the Oslo Stock Exchange on Friday. 15 stocks fell to a new all-time low and as many as 16 stocks fell out of the 20 most traded stocks.
15 shares fell to new lows; Adevinta (-6.1%), Airthings (-9.4%), Astrocast (-4.8%), Austostore (8.1%), Cambi (-3.6%), Csam Health (-10, 5%), Elop (-5.5%) , complete (-3.5%), Lytix Biopharma (-6.5%), Ocean Geoloop (-5.5%), Ørn Software (-6.1%), Pexip (-2.9%), Play Magnus (-2.1%), Seaway 7 ( 0.4%) and Explora Technologies (-8.5%).
It wasn’t a good day at all for Axel Lund Svendal. Airthings and Pexip. In addition, Nykode Terapeutics, a favorite of Jan Haudemann-Andersen, fell 4.8 percent to 33.5 NOK and a new all-time low.
The price of oil rose after the close of trading
When the Oslo Stock Exchange closed, Brent oil rose 0.5 percent today to 111.50 crowns. After 45 minutes of closing time, it rose to $113.10. When the Oslo Stock Exchange closed on Thursday, the price of a barrel of Brent oil was $112.
According to TDN Direkt, Arctic Securities writes that oil prices have remained healthy over the past 24 hours despite the bleak background with high inflation and higher interest rates, affecting financial markets.
The European Union’s phase-out of Russian oil pushed oil prices higher this week, and prices were further supported by OPEC +, which has committed to a planned increase in production, and the United States, which announced a buyback plan for its strategic reserves, the brokerage wrote. .
Winners and losers
Went worse aviation inventorywhich fell 33.4 per cent to 1.33 kroner.
Flight It topped the list of losers after completing a NOK 250 million share issue at NOK 1.20 Thursday night, 40 percent below Thursday’s closing price.
Equinor . stock It rose 0.7 percent to 337.15 NOK. Aker BP It fell 0.2 percent to 354.80 crowns, while PGS It jumped 15.1 percent to 5.76 crowns.
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