After fluctuating between positive and minus, the Oslo Stock Exchange closed down 0.11 percent to 1192.06 points.
German government interest rates were traded lower on Tuesday after the Zew Expectations Index came in weaker than expected.
– Major concerns over Germany’s energy supply and interest rate hike announced by the European Central Bank have significantly dampened the economic outlook, Zew President Achim Wambach said in a commentary.
The miserable numbers fueled recession fear among already anxious investors, and on Tuesday led to the euro and dollar being equal in value, for the first time since 2002.
Oil straight down
Brent oil fell 6.3 percent, and the price of a barrel reached $100.36 near the end of trading in Oslo. Meanwhile, West Texas Intermediate crude fell 6.7% to $97.16 a barrel. Fat.
Equinor And fell 1.2 percent to 335.2 Norwegian crowns. On Tuesday, it became known that Equinor is buying a US energy storage company.
Aker BP And closed down 1.8 percent at a price of 335.4 crowns. The company provided figures showing that it produced less in the second quarter.
norwegian energy company It rose 6.2 per cent to 385 NOK each. a job. On Tuesday morning, the company delivered its strongest quarterly figure ever.
green investment companies in Røkke, Acker Horizons, It fell 4.9 percent to a price of 15.6 NOK, despite the fact that it provided quarterly figures on Tuesday as a strong increase in value-adjusted shares was reported.
earthquake company PGS Trading ended down 9.5 percent at a rate of 7.24 crowns each. a job. The company’s quarterly report on Monday stated continued negative cash flow.
Nordic Semiconductor It fell 1 percent at 156.7 crowns. a job. This happens after the company provided quarterly figures, where they can report high turnover.
Banking giants DNB It rose 4 per cent to NOK 187.95, after the bank broke expectations and hit NOK 10 billion in the second quarter.
rival Brand store It also jumped 4.3 percent at a rate of 73.8 crowns. That’s despite the fact that Carnegie lowered its target stock price on Monday.
sass It rose as much as 19.1 per cent to NOK 0.58 each. He participated after the news that the two sides will meet on Wednesday to resume negotiations. However, it may take several days before the SAS violation is resolved.
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