Oslo Stock Exchange in red – Røkke stock rises after analysis

Oslo Stock Exchange in red - Røkke stock rises after analysis

Meglerhuset expects the company to generate an operating profit of eight kroner each. kg group level in the second quarter and continues to highlight inventory as one of the favorites in the segment.

“Although we rate the company’s operating activities in Canada as low, we see a significant uptick in the valuation from the Norwegian operations compared to other companies in the sector. And so we reiterate our buy recommendation,” the brokerage writes.

The stake rose 1 percent on the Oslo Stock Exchange on Friday.

Appear on the list of winners The following biometrics High after the signing of a US agreement, rising by 4.1 percent at the time of writing.

turbid carbon capture It fell at the opening after yesterday’s release announcement, but rose 0.7 percent at lunchtime.

The company first announced on Thursday that it will raise around 700 million NOK, but due to high demand, the amount has been increased to NOK 840 million. 38.2 million shares were issued at a price of NOK 22.

hexagonal compounds Rebounded by 8.3 per cent following yesterday’s quarterly report.

Crayon . group It also stands out positively, rising 0.1 percent after Arctic Securities raised its price target from NOK 170 to NOK 230.

By far the tallest Norbit More specifically, it increased by 18.4 per cent to NOK 23.20 after providing record figures for the second quarter.

Closer follow Fairfield probe An increase of 11.2 per cent to NOK 3.73 after giving what the company describes as a large OBN survey in Asia.

oil prices

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Oil prices are falling for the second day in a row after the International Energy Agency (IEA) – unlike the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries – warned that demand growth for oil and related products will drop sharply as a result of rising cases of coronavirus worldwide.

The forward contract for Brent oil stands at $71.12 a barrel on Friday, down from around $71.50 a barrel at the close on Thursday. West Texas Intermediate crude fell 0.1 percent to $68.49 a barrel.

Equinor by 0.1 percent, and Aker BP himself.

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