On Wednesday, the main index on the Oslo Stock Exchange rose 1.6 percent before closing at 1216.04 points. The shares traded at just over 6 billion NOK. At the close of trading, a barrel of North Sea oil was traded at $84.18, up 0.5 percent.
Equinor It revised its estimate of total recoverable reserves in the British Mariner field from about 275 million barrels to about 180 million barrels of oil. The review will result in a write-off of about $1.8 billion. The stock rose 1.8 percent to 244.60 Norwegian crowns.
play magnus It has entered into a private placement agreement with Breakthrough Initials Limited, the investment firm of technology investor Yuri Milner, totaling $10 million in revenue by issuing just over 4.86 million new shares at NOK 18.47 per share. a job.
The world of chess and the technology industry are inextricably linked, and it is encouraging for us to have some of the best minds in the technology industry officially involved, Magnus Carlsen says in a statement. The stock rose 27 percent to 17.14 crowns.
I mentioned Wednesday Eidesvik Navy Based on a letter of intent to sell the 2015 built subsea construction vessel “Viking Neptun”. The report from the company states that the sale is expected to lead to a “significant” increase in shareholder value. The stock rose 20 percent to 5.16 Norwegian crowns.
DNB Markets raised its target price injury From 550 to 575 crowns, the buy recommendation for the stock is repeated. Last week, Nordea Markets raised its target price on the Yara from NOK 500 to NOK 525. The stock rose 3.6 percent to 473 crowns.
presented tuesday kahut An update to operations ahead of the fourth-quarter report, which said the company increased revenue 126 percent from the fourth quarter of last year — to $39.7 million. DNB Markets downgraded the stock from buy to hold and lowered its target price from 75 kroner to 44 kroner. On Wednesday, the stock fell 5.3 percent to 38.94 crowns.
time I signed a mutually binding offer to purchase two solar parks in Italy with a total capacity of 1.33 MW. The stock rose 0.4 percent to 1.60 Norwegian crowns.
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