Oslo Børs starts the week on the green. On Monday, the main index opened up 1.1 percent to 1,239.61 points.
There is also an increase in the largest stock exchanges in Europe. Germany’s DAX rose 1.2 percent, Britain’s FTSE rose 0.7 percent, while France’s CAC rose 1 percent.
Seafood at its best
Breeders were able to state before the weekend that there was a “Joe Hallelujah” on the market, with prices up to NOK 150 for the largest fish.
These are pathological conditions, one source tells Intrafish.
All seafood stocks are green in Oslo Borz:
- Moy It rose 2 percent to NOK 175.45 per share
- hymns It rose 3.3 percent to NOK 422.80 per share
- Leroy Seafood Group It strengthened by 2.8 percent to NOK 49.94 per share
- Greg Seafood It rose 3.8 percent to NOK 73.15 per share
- ground frost It rose 2.6 percent to 661.50 Norwegian crowns per share
Endur It announced on Friday that it improved operations in the fourth quarter and turned the result from negative to positive. On Monday, the stock boosted 7.9 percent to NOK 37.00.
Otherwise it rises Yara 1.2 percent to NOK 487.10 on high turnover, PGS It increased by 2.9 percent to 9.91 Norwegian crowns, while Hafnia It rises 1.5 percent to NOK 66.80.
Crypto companies are dropping by double digits
DLTx It was announced in the morning hours that CEO Thomas Christensen would be leaving, in addition to the fact that they lost more than $14 million in the fourth quarter of 2022. The crypto company leads the list of losers with a decline of 14.3 percent to NOK 3.60 per share. Last year, the decline was more than 55 percent.
Pawn shop and recycling company Empty Handover numbers for the fourth quarter on Friday. On Monday, the company fell 3.5 percent to NOK 168.22 per share.
Among the most traded stocks are declining Norwegian Water 0.7 percent while North Semiconductor It weakened by 0.8 percent. Golden Ocean Group Traded excluding a dividend of $0.20, it decreased by 1.1 percent.
The price of Brent oil fell this morning, Monday, by 0.4 percent, to $82.79 a barrel, while West Texas Intermediate crude fell 0.4 percent, to $76.05 a barrel.
On the other hand, a barrel of North Sea oil was trading at $81.70 per barrel at the close of the Oslo Stock Exchange on Friday.
He said, “The price of oil has flirted with the 70s in recent days but there is still benefit from a collapse below $80. Despite weak fundamental conditions, as measured by global growth, production cuts from both OPEC and Russia prevented this from happening.” Significant drop in price. Oil is also below the level it was before Russia invaded Ukraine,” writes Nordnet analyst Roger Berntsen.
Equinor rising 1.2 percent to NOK 326.35 per share, Aker BP It rose by 2 percent to NOK 280.70, while our energy It strengthened by 1 percent to 28.87 Norwegian crowns.
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