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Oslo Stock Exchange ended - ten stocks rose by double digits

Oslo Stock Exchange ended – ten stocks rose by double digits

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Today was the loser Vital fish stocksWhich fell 12.3 percent to 11.40 crowns. However, only 1,500 shares were traded for a total amount of NOK 17,103.

Today’s winner was Mersell stock, an increase of 20 percent to 3 kroner. Vittoria Fund GC – LP announced Friday afternoon that they have crossed the 5.0 percent flag limit. The stock is still down 41 percent last month and 55 percent last year.

According to TDN Direkt, Pareto Securities has raised its target price Share Panoro Energy to 42 kroner, from the previous 33 kroner each. Action. Analysts maintained a buy rating for the stock, which is up 38.6 percent on the Oslo Stock Exchange so far this year. The stock rose 7.2% to 29.80 Norwegian crowns.

Have group which doubled earnings in the fourth quarter, stuck to a turnover guidance of NOK 1.3 billion in 2025. The market reacted by sending the stock up more than 1.5 per cent from the start, but ended the day down 5.0 per cent to 16.15 kroner.

Interoil stock, which went like a rocket earlier in the week, fell 12.2 percent to 2.30 crowns on Friday. The share then fell 55.6 percent from Wednesday’s intraday high of 5.17 crowns, but is still up 95.5 percent last month and 163.2 percent since the new year.

Oil price soared

Tensions in the oil market eased on Thursday, and oil prices fell sharply after Russian President Vladimir Putin confirmed that his country would continue to sell oil and gas to the European Union.

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“We will fulfill all our obligations regarding energy supplies,” Putin was quoted by the Russian Interfax news agency as saying during a government meeting in Moscow. He described Europe as the most important buyer of Russian energy.

At the close of trading on the Oslo Stock Exchange, Brent rose 1.9 percent to $111.42. West Texas Intermediate crude rose 2.0 percent to $108.13.