Quantafuel was penalized on the Oslo Stock Exchange

Quantafuel was penalized on the Oslo Stock Exchange

On Wednesday, the stock is pointing up on the Oslo Stock Exchange. At lunchtime, the main index stood at 1,205.44 points, up 0.4 percent.

“The market as a whole hopes and believes that price pressure in the US economy has peaked and that the key interest rate (the federal funds rate) is also close to peaking,” Nordent analyst Roger Berntsen wrote in an update.

A barrel of North Sea oil was traded at $94.35, up 0.5 percent. Equinor It rose 1.4 percent to NOK 361.80 Aker BP It rose 1.4 percent to 353.50 Norwegian crowns.

filed tuesday Quantafuel Its quarterly numbers ended with a price drop of five percent. On the previous day, the stock had fallen nearly 20 percent.

“They need a lot of money, and we think they need more than the current valuation on the stock exchange,” Kare Eddie Hartvedt analyst at Pareto Securities told Finansavisen earlier this week. On Wednesday, the stock fell 6.1 percent to NOK 6.13.

In the third quarter I got BW LPG The bottom line was $46.4 million, about $8 million better than the second quarter, which was also a reasonably good quarter for the LPG shipping company. The stock rose 2.9 percent to 91.05 Norwegian crowns.

silicone REC Its revenue was $36.7 million in the third quarter, while earnings before tax ended at $28.6 million.

“The reopening of Moses Lake continues according to plan, and we continue to work through all the relevant details,” says Curt Levins, CEO of REC Silicon. The share fell 9.5 percent to NOK 17.97.

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Golden ocean It pays a dividend of $0.35 each after making a net profit of $104.6 million – $0.52 per share. Share – in the three months opening period July-September. The result was $88.3 million, weaker than in the same period last year. The share decreased 4.4 percent to NOK 92.38.

Cole Corporation It achieved an operating profit of $36.4 million in the third quarter, while net profit closed at $36.8 million. The average commercial cultural transport costs achieved averaged $73,200 per day over the period. The stock fell 2.8 percent to NOK 124.40.

On Tuesday afternoon, the online shopping company secured complete He took out a loan of one billion dollars and within an hour and a half collected a billion crowns at a three percent discount. On Wednesday, the stock rose 3.8 percent to NOK 15.80.

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