Oslo Bors is back in green at lunchtime

Oslo Bors is back in green at lunchtime

Scandia Green Power It is likely to be a winner on today’s stock market at lunchtime, with a 19.5 per cent rise to NOK 0.70 after yesterday’s rise of almost 40 per cent following a notice of takeover interest and talks with several parties.

Instead, Torsk shares rose 4.6 percent to NOK 0.50 in the quarterly report today, as the company also Offers to merge with Vesterålen Havbruk. The latter is considering implementing an issuance worth between $50 million and $100 million, half of which is secured by the current shareholders of the two companies.


Archer , where John Frederiksen owns more than 20 percent, fell 6.5 percent at lunchtime to NOK 0.86 in the wake of today’s quarterly report. Two other characters presenting today, Oudvil technology And Deep value trainingTheir numbers decreased by 3.6 and 2.6 percent, respectively.

Clock inventory Explora Technologies It fell by 3.9 percent to NOK 16.15 Their numbers.

Norwegian Atlantic Airlines It announced earlier this week that the third quarter was the company’s first with positive numbers, and at the same time announced the release of half a billion to get through the winter. At 09:00 on Friday morning, the announcement came that the airline would now receive NOK 501 million at a price of NOK 11, which equates to a 12 percent discount on yesterday’s closing price. At lunch, the stock rose 0.1 percent to NOK 12.50.

Oil price

The price of a barrel of North Sea oil (Brent spot price) at lunchtime on Friday reached $86.90, a relatively flat development during the day. US West Texas Intermediate light crude is trading at $82.60, up 0.2 percent.

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moderation It rose 0.2 percent to NOK 375.25 after oil and gas were found in an exploration well in the Oseberg field. Otherwise, Aker BP rose 1.0 percent to NOK 319.90, while Vår Energi fell 3.2 percent to NOK 39.90. Most of the decline in the latter is due to the fact that on Friday, excluding dividends, the stock stands at NOK1,204.

Closer It rose by 1.7 percent to NOK 11.56. DNB Markets raised its target price from NOK 12 to NOK 14, based on its revised oil price forecast, but in its update, according to TDN Direkt, the brokerage expects a later start-up of the Iraq-Turkey pipeline. The expected start-up from the fourth quarter has been postponed to early next year.

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