Oslo Poor’s opened in the green on the first trading day of the week, and continued to rise, but fell somewhat throughout the day. At the close of the stock exchange, the main index reached 1,242.16, up 0.38 percent.
Oil prices have strengthened again after falling towards the end of last week. At the close of the stock exchange, the price of a barrel of Brent oil was $84.89 a barrel, up 0.1 percent. By comparison, North Sea oil cost $84.16 when the Oslo Poor’s closed on Friday. US shale oil rose 0.4 percent to $81.61 a barrel.
Equinor It ended up being 1.6 percent, while Aker BP rose 1.1 percent. Statfjord Øst licensees have obtained approval to use new equipment related to the gas lift project in the field. our energy Among the project partners, it rose 1.5 percent.
Founder Jakob Hatteland, for the first time since the IPO, sold shares in Car shop. It happened at high speed.
– I needed liquidity, Hatland explains to Finansavisen.
The stock opened straight lower, but eventually rose 2.2 percent. In the past month, the stock has fallen nearly 20 percent.
Norwegian It signed a billion-dollar agreement with the Norwegian Armed Forces, delivered excellent traffic numbers and loose takeover rumors persist, but the share price is dropping. Does major shareholder John Frederiksen get stressed and uncertain? No, it stocks stock. Norway shares rose 3.2 percent to 10.10 Norwegian crowns in the news.
Fearnley analyst Magnus Øye Andersen has revised his price target to SeabirdThe share is priced at NOK 7.50. Keeps purchases. The shares rose 3.7 percent to 4.80 Norwegian crowns on Monday.
Avance Gas He buys two new ships for billions, and promises not to go beyond profitability. Cleaves Securities also raised its price target to NOK 104, but is maintaining its hold. The gas tanker, where John Frederiksen is the largest owner, jumped 6.4 percent to NOK 99.80 per share.
Otherwise, the solar company rose Solar EAM 38 percent without company news.
Freight analyst Jürgen Lien at DNB Markets is adjusting downward MPC container ships Before showing the quarterly report on Tuesday. Lian lowered her recommendation to sell, and raised her price target to NOK 17. Reason: There are too many ships.
– It will be a terrible headache, he tells Finansavisen. The stock fell 5.7 percent to 18.88 Norwegian crowns.
Belships It delivered a weaker result compared to last year, but continues to pay dividends. The board of directors of the dry bulk freight company has decided to pay a dividend of NOK 0.60 per share. A total of NOK 151.6 million. The share fell 3.3 percent.
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