The Oslo Stock Exchange rose at the opening on Friday.
After 28 minutes of trading, the main index settled at 1202.27, up 0.58 percent.
Brent crude rose 0.46 percent to $105.13 a barrel on Friday morning, while West Texas Intermediate crude rose 0.03 percent to $102.76 a barrel.
In contrast, a barrel of North Sea oil was trading at $104.87 a barrel at the close of trading in Oslo on Thursday.
Equinor It strengthened by 1.77 per cent to NOK 350.10, while Aker BP It rose 2.71 percent to 334.10 crowns. our energy It rose 1.34 percent to 37.13 crowns.
protection insurance It rose 12.20 percent on Friday morning to 119.60 crowns after they presented their numbers for the second quarter Thursday night. The turmoil in the financial markets hit Hami’s investment portfolio hard, but the insurance outcome was better than analysts had expected.
The former chief of the protector, Ambassador Berkeley, made his debut earlier this week as a hobby analyst. Now he’s crushing analysts, and seeing the stock is bullish.
TGS Reporting that they tripled their earnings in the second quarter, the news sent the stock up 6.24 percent to 148.20 crowns.
The second quarter of 2022 was another strong quarter with backlog sales of nearly $100 million, driven by additional activity improvement in border areas and transportation charges, says TGS Director Christian Johansen.
Other earthquake stocks have also been boosted. PGS Now by 8.39 percent to 8.27, while sensor It rose 4.80 percent to 8.30 crowns.
Baby The group increased its sales by 8.8 percent in the second quarter, and the stock rose 5.56 percent to NOK 85.50.
Nordic Semiconductor You entered into an agreement to purchase US Mobile Semiconductor. The stock rose 0.45 percent to 156.00 crowns.
Planes share in the wind
afflicted by crises sass It is now up 4.83 per cent to 0.45 crowns. But in the past week alone, the share has fallen by more than 25 percent. Today, the airline had to cancel 147 aircraft as a result of the strike.
Norse Atlantic Airways It rose 5.22 per cent to 12.10 kroner after flights on new routes and the successful leasing of four planes were reported.
NTB has now reported that the Norwegian Pilots Association has signed agreements with Flyr and Norse Atlantic that give the airlines significant freedom to operate. SAS management wants similar agreements.
Flyr shares rose 1.23 percent to 1.15 Norwegian kroner, while Norway shares rose 1.81 percent to 9.22 Norwegian kroner.
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