Oslo Bors is in the green – affected stocks rose more than 50 percent

Oslo Bors is in the green – affected stocks rose more than 50 percent

– This can be likened to a marketing agreement, where Otovo pays a fee for every customer it acquires. Foglo says the company has similar agreements in Italy with energy companies.

Otovo CEO Andreas Thorsheim believes Otovo will begin to feel the effects of the agreement during the fall.

Otovo stock soared during trading, ending up 52 percent to NOK 2.30 per share. stock.

Possible fine from the Norwegian Financial Supervision Authority

Finanstilsynet announced on Friday that it is considering imposing it Sberbank 1 Ostlandt Violation fee of 30 million for non-compliance with the Money Laundering Law. Sparebank shares fell 1.2 percent on Friday.

Kongsberg Collection It continued the week's rise and rose another 3 percent on Friday. The company announced ambitious growth targets at its capital market day on Tuesday, and SEB analyst Håkon Fuglu reacted by upgrading the stock from hold to buy and raising the price target from NOK 769 to NOK 1,130. At closing, the cost of KOG shares was NOK 932.

XXL They could also report that their issue was oversubscribed when the subscription period ended Thursday evening. A total of 110.5 million subscriptions were made and 85.7 million shares were made available. XXL stock rose 4.1 percent on Friday.

Movements

Otherwise, shareholder lists showed that Christian Valnes had increased his exposure Arevatic From 150,000 shares to 850,000 shares. The session was up 3 percent on Friday afternoon.

Atlantic gull The company reported that it doubled the number of passengers in May, with load factor reaching 81 percent (compared to 73 percent in May last year). Scandinavian stocks responded with a 9.6 percent rise on Friday.

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Prem It announced on Thursday evening that it had entered into an unsecured loan facility with Netherlands-based Energietransitiefonds worth up to €5 million at 9 percent interest. The market was negative for the stock on Friday, and the price fell 1.9 percent.

After Equinor was Yara The most traded stock on the Oslo Stock Exchange. The stock rose 1.4 percent on Friday. Front line fell 1 percent.

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