Oslo Børs opens straight up

Oslo Børs opens straight up

(issue updated)

Oslo Børs opens immediately on Tuesdays.

After 36 minutes of trading, the main index reached 1,405.12, up 0.83 percent, and NOK 493 million worth of shares have been traded so far.

The cutter

heavy weight Shipstead Announces Tuesday morning that it will cut 250 jobs. The plan is to optimize costs and improve efficiency as part of the process of changing the company into a more focused market company.

This lifts Share A by 3.06 percent to NOK 296.40, while Share B rises by 3.26 percent to NOK 279.00.

Caring for life A long-term study on dogs begins today at the Norwegian University of Environmental and Biological Sciences (NMBU) in Ås. The share rose by 5.31 percent to NOK 2.68.

in red

Hermana Holdings It is a new entrant to the stock exchange on Tuesday, falling 14.00 percent to NOK 3.44 in its debut.

The company is owned by Magnolia, which works to develop renewable energy. Magnora shares rose 0.68 percent to NOK 29.70.

Oil price

Brent crude for August delivery on Tuesday morning fell 0.14 percent to $84.13 a barrel, while West Texas Intermediate crude fell 0.07 percent to $80.27 a barrel.

In comparison, a barrel of North Sea oil was trading at $83.24 per barrel at the close of the Oslo Stock Exchange on Monday.

moderation It rose by 0.38 percent to NOK 289.85, while Aker BB It rose by 0.74 percent to NOK 257.70. Our energy It rose by 0.97 percent to 34.39 Norwegian kroner.

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