Teco 2030 is also high on the list of losers, dropping 5-6 percent to NOK 5.01 after completing a NOK 45 million private placement at NOK 5. Jakob Hatteland had previously pledged to sign up for NOK 30 million.
Spitalin’s Green March
Horizon Energy surges straight to the top of the list of winners with an increase of more than 24 percent to 58.49 crowns after announcing its support for Enova on Friday morning.
The company in which Øystein Stray Spetalen is the third largest shareholder with an 11 percent stake will receive NOK 482 million to support its planned ammonia with carbon capture plant in Finnmark.
Yara also received support, but of course the effect was not clear, with a marginal decline. The company receives NOK 283 million for the development of a demonstration project for the production of green ammonia.
It rises and falls more
Closest to Horizon Energy on the winning list is Ørn Software plus 12 per cent to NOK 9.40, while Targovax continues to rise in the wake of Thursday’s inbound purchase and is up a new 10 per cent to NOK 2.97.
Two double-digit shares are down so far, more specifically Arctic Fish at 11.6 percent to NOK 76.02 and River Tech at -10.2 percent to NOK 57.
HitecVision Increase In Excavator
Prosafe oscillates between minus and above after HitecVision Funds for Strategic Investments in the North Sea and HV VI Invest Sierra Malta agreed to buy 2.45 billion shares at NOK 0.03.
ABN Amro, Danske Bank, DNB, Nordea and SEB are selling their shares, and the two funds will now own 2.47 billion shares, equivalent to an ownership stake of 28.13 percent.
The stock is up 5 percent after 40 minutes of trading.
Oil prices in red
Oil prices are going down somewhat on Friday.
Brent oil front contract $74.42 each. After a 0.4 percent drop so far in today’s trading, West Texas Intermediate crude fell 0.4 percent to $71.69 a barrel. Fat.
“The recovery that continues outside China and the threat of surprise action by OPEC+ is offset by Omicron’s concerns and an energy crisis that is waning in China. This means that oil markets are looking for an equilibrium price until the narrative convincingly shifts in one direction or another,” wrote senior analyst Jeffrey Haley at OANDA. In his morning update on Friday.
Equinor fell 0.4 percent to 238.85 crowns, and Aker BP 1.6 percent to 296.70 crowns.
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