Gjensidige punished by quarterly figures | finansavisin

Gjensidige punished by quarterly figures |  finansavisin

On Wednesday, the arrow points to the Oslo Stock Exchange. At lunchtime, the main index stands at 1,234.78 points, up 0.7 percent. A barrel of North Sea oil was traded at $105.63, up 0.6 percent. Equinor It rose 3.4 percent to 323.70 crowns, while Aker BP It rose 3.5 percent to 343.30 crowns.

Gazprom has now halted gas deliveries to Poland and Bulgaria.

– This could create a deteriorating balance between energy supply and demand, and reignite discussions about persistently high inflation, an IG analyst, according to TDN Direkt.

Wednesday grace period our energyIn the first quarter accounts, both showed a sharp jump in earnings, reductions in the debt ratio, and proposals for more earnings. The stock rose 1.1 percent to 38.62 Norwegian crowns.

Gjensidige Forsikring It made a pre-tax profit of NOK 1.5 billion in the first quarter, compared to NOK 1.6 billion a year earlier. Profit after tax ended at NOK 1.2 billion, while analysts expected net profit at NOK 1.4 billion. The stock fell 4.1 percent to 198.90 Norwegian crowns.

Yara He defied rising gas costs and declining volumes, and in the first quarter turned out to be much more profitable than the company made last year. The stock rose 0.3 percent to 461.40 Norwegian crowns.

Chem It rises 1.0 percent to 42.70 crowns after delivering its best result ever. Operating profit before depreciation and amortization ended at NOK 3.9 billion.

In the first quarter it was XXL Operating profit before depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) of NOK 75 million while analysts expected an EBITDA result of NOK 117 million.

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“Sales are better than feared, but operating profit is affected by gross margin. Net result was weaker than expected,” Sberbank 1 Markets analyst Oviend Mossig wrote in an XXL update. The stock fell 5.0 percent to 9.77 crowns.

PGS Obtained 4D GeoStreamer surveys of the Visund field in the North Sea and the Snøhvit field in the Barents Sea by Equinor. The data collection campaign is scheduled to begin in the second quarter with an estimated duration of approximately 5.5 months on board. The stock rose 11.2 percent to 3.62 Norwegian crowns.

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