Half of the 20 most-traded stocks fell on the Oslo Stock Exchange on Friday. Among the most popular roses digging digging Mostly, while golden ocean fell more.
Brent oil It was up 2.3 percent to $ 94.66 a barrel at the close of the Oslo Stock Exchange. WTI . oil It rose 2.4 percent to $88.72 a barrel. By comparison, the price of a barrel of Brent oil was $93.88 a barrel at the close of trading in Oslo on Thursday.
Gas prices for delivery in the Netherlands and Great Britain fell 8.0 and 8.6 percent, respectively, on Friday afternoon, according to TDN Direct. He helped send Equinor and Vår Energi into the red.
Equinor It was the most heavily traded in the day and fell 0.7 percent to 379.80 NOK, while Aker BP It ended up 4.4 per cent at NOK 360.80. Far Energy shares fell 2.3 percent to 42.58 Norwegian crowns.
Winners and losers
Latex Biopharma Today’s winner was a 14.7 percent increase to NOK 10.25, on the back of the news that Chairman Change W. Months North Murray bought 33,519 shares in the company on Thursday.
hydrogen pro It announced Thursday that its partner DG Fuels has entered into a sustainable jet fuel contract with Delta Air Lines. The stock rose 10.5 percent to 34.65 Norwegian crowns.
Norwegian Solar It rose 10.2 percent to 4.85 Norwegian crowns, followed by sea yard which rose 10.1 per cent to 3.86 Norwegian kroner.
green metal It was the loser today as it fell by 14.5 per cent to NOK 9.66. This came on the heels of the company’s announcement Thursday evening that it had raised NOK 11.6 million at an issue price of NOK 10.00.
real space It fell 11.1 percent to 1.85 Norwegian crowns meet It fell 9.1 percent to 5.50 Norwegian crowns.
More winners and losers
SD standard etc , where investor Øystein Stray Spetalen was the largest owner, rose 5.3 percent to NOK 1.99 with a relatively high turnover. On Thursday afternoon, the company announced a private placement of up to $40 million in Dolphin Drilling, and is listing the company on Euronext Growth.
Agilex On Friday morning, it announced that it had raised NOK 150 million in a private placement at NOK 24. The stock fell 0.4 percent to 23.90 Norwegian crowns and became the second most traded stock on the day.
Seadrill It fell 4.5 percent to 293.20 Norwegian kroner on Friday, after rising 5.5 percent on Thursday when billions of dollars in sales were announced.
Seadrill is getting an exorbitant price, and believes the stake should have gone up more than 20 percent, DNB analyst Martin Hosebe Carlsen told Finansavisen on Thursday.
Cloudberry Clean Energy (NOK 19.30), Cool Company (116.50 NOK) and Gram Car Vector (119 NOK) rose to a new all-time high.
Ivy group (0.70 NOK), Ida Wind (21.55 NOK)airline (0.77 NOK), Meltwater (9.0 kr), Nordic Halibut (23.60 NOK), North drone (17.26 NOK), medical monitoring (NOK 2.89), modified (10.0 NOK) and Sikri Holdings (NOK 9.04) to new record lows.
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