February 2, 2023


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This will affect the Oslo Stock Exchange on Monday

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Tico 2030 It is up 11.5 percent and also tops well with Biofish Holdings And the electric importer which rose by 8.2 and 9.0 per cent, respectively. In addition, delivers Norwegian Titanium Good, up 8.0 percent.

Nordic nanofactor Yesterday it topped the list of winners with a whopping 57.84 percent increase. On Tuesday, the stock turned around and is now down 11.5 percent to NOK 2.6.

DLTx falls 6.1 percent. The company focuses on developing, operating and supporting blockchain. One of their central strategies is to provide storage via the filecoin cryptocurrency.

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Prosafe It rose 10.3 per cent to an average of NOK 207 per stock.

Prosafe on Tuesday said it had an 81.0 percent utilization of its fleet in the second quarter of this year, with five out of seven fully operational rigs operating throughout the period, the residential drilling company said. This is the company’s highest usage rate since the third quarter of 2015, when usage was also 81.0 percent.

And so the stock continues to point higher for the company, which is now well going through a financial restructuring and is the subject of a buy recommendation from SpareBank 1 Markets. The brokerage believes the stake could go to NOK 250.

An increase in savings banks

Many local savings banks in Oslo Bor are open well. Among those who rise the most, we see that Totten Spaybank Which rose by 5.3 per cent to NOK 200. In addition, it rises Jæren Savings Bank And the Asin Sparebank by 4.3 and 2.9 percent, respectively.

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Shipping stocks soar

Several shipping stocks rose on Monday after DNB Markets raised several stocks in the sector for purchase. The brokerage sees significant upside potential in several tanker stocks, and believes the tipping point in the shipping sector is approaching.

ABG Sundal Collier’s Peter Haugen also thinks tank prices could get a boost: “Shipping will take a much higher share of total value creation in many of the world’s most important value chains.”

Vector Claveness Group Delivers and goes up 3.8 per cent. John Fredricksons front line It continues to rise from yesterday and rises by 2.8 per cent.

Arctic analyst Lars Bastian Oestering is his favorite Frontline, in large part due to its modern fleet, as well as its good use of Suezmax markets and product tankers.