Drop in the stock market – tech stocks fell after the release

Drop in the stock market - tech stocks fell after the release

The main index on the Oslo Stock Exchange was relatively flat throughout the day, but fell as the closing date approached and closed down 0.25 percent to 1147.02 points.

Today’s moves

airline The stock fell 2.8 percent to 3.84 crowns, after it became clear that famous investor Oestin Stray Sabtalin had sold shares in the company.

vedic It fell 2.3 percent to NOK 108.40 after it was announced that board member Arve Fludal sold 6,600 shares in the company for NOK 111 each, equivalent to NOK 732,600.

norwegian forest It received a 6.5 per cent increase to 36.25 NOK per share. Carnegie announced Monday that they expect to double the stake. There are many things going in the right direction for Norske Skog now, Carnegie analyst Morten Norman told Finansavisen.

Zalaris It fell 2.9 percent on the stock exchange to NOK 54.00 after it was announced that the company had signed a five-year agreement in Germany.

fish farming company Backfrost He set new targets for the company in the morning hours to 2026. The stock fell 0.6 percent on the stock exchange to NOK 741.80.

technology company PoLight It ended trading down 23.1 per cent to 115.40 crowns after a big issue of 110 crowns, 40 kronor lower than Monday’s closing price. About 1.1 million new shares were issued.

Test and learn company kahut It ended down 3.7 percent to $64.80, and Tomra It fell 3.8 percent to 485.60 crowns. On Tuesday, Carnegie lowered the last quota.

One of the heavyweight companies in the Oslo Stock Exchange is over Aker BP by 4.4 percent, in a 4.3 percent and Rec silicone 3.8 percent. Equinor finished 0.1 percent and Norsk Hydro by 0.2 percent.

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oil prices

The price of North Sea oil (burnt spot) is $74.11. At closing time on Tuesday, an increase of 0.6 percent from yesterday.

West Texas Intermediate crude was traded at $71.05, up 0.6 percent.

The International Energy Agency (IEA) now estimates global oil demand for 2022 at 99.39 million barrels per year. Today, go out September Reports Released Tuesday. This corresponds to an upward adjustment of 80,000 barrels each. day of August.

Demand in 2021 is still estimated at 96.15 million barrels per year. Today, indicating growth of 5.2 million barrels per day. Today last year – and 2022 growth of 3.2 million barrels per barrel. day.

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