Marine stocks rose 60 percent

Marine stocks rose 60 percent

Otherwise in the boomerang sector OK by more than 10 percent after announcing a billion acquisition as they acquired a portfolio of producing oil and gas fields consisting of Brage, Ivar Aasen and Nova from Wintershall Dea. The stake soared to 43.95 kroner at its highest on Monday – currently a new all-time high.

Definitely a winner

Topped the winning list ocean teamwhich rebounded 60 percent after being the relatively biggest loser on Friday.

“The stock fell 99 percent before turning around and up 92 percent. Could the correction be temporary before the stock explodes again?” Finansavisen wrote in a technical analysis on Sunday.

Ministry of Finance It rose 7 percent after a turbulent price development for the crisis-hit supplier last week.

earthquake company TGS Upgraded to Kepler Cheuvreux’s suspension recommendation, from a previous sales recommendation. At the same time, the target price more than doubled, from 70 kroner to 155 kroner per share. a job. The stock rose 2.5 percent on Monday.

Escaped It is up 4.7 percent after subsidiary Simplifai on Monday entered into a 3-year strategic innovation partnership with Sparebank 1 SR-Bank.

Crayon . group It got 1 billion deals with Microsoft Azure, up 1.4 percent.

havnia It increased 0.9 percent after providing the quarterly figures on Monday morning.

BW abroad By 3.4 per cent after extending the contract off the Ivory Coast.

Among the most popular tractors kahut an increase of 3.7 percent. Folketrygdfondet increased its exposure to the company last week.

Sheepy fly

On Monday, analyst Ole Martin Westgaard at DNB Markets analyzed the airline sass, which cut its target price by 75 per cent from 0.4 kroner each. share to 0.1. The reason for the price cut is that the brokerage expects the airline to have very significant costs, and the upcoming restructuring will cost a fortune. SAS is down 5.5 percent.

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The other arrow that goes down is Shepsted , after brokerage firm Citigroup revised its price target by NOK 40, from NOK 285 to NOK 245. Schibsted A shares are down 2.8 percent, while B shares are down 2.6 percent.

Ocean Jelluop He leads the list of losers, with 10.7 percent, ahead Havela Cargo which falls 9 percent.

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