Red on the Oslo Stock Exchange: Neil's daughter drowns

Red on the Oslo Stock Exchange: Neil's daughter drowns

The status is updated throughout the stock market day.

Oslo Borse opened down 0.1 percent on Thursday morning.

At 09.30, the main index stands at 1,413.350, down 0.1 percent.

Nell's daughter drowns

Neil's daughter Cavendish hydrogen It continues its decline and is today's temporary loser, down 18.1 percent and is trading at the time of writing at NOK 19.65 per stock.

Since its stock market debut yesterday, the stock is down nearly 30 percent. The company has NOK 600 million in the bank, and Finansavisen's CEO said yesterday that they would likely have to raise capital several times before the company becomes profitable.

– It is difficult to say exactly how much we need. He said it depends on how quickly the hydrogen market develops.

Other movements

Goldman Sachs resumes coverage Norwegian Water With a buy recommendation and target price of NOK 93. The stock fell 0.1 percent and is trading at NOK 67.3 per share. stock.

moderation It fell by 1.4 percent to NOK 294.35. Aker BB It fell 0.8 percent to NOK 260.9 Our energy It fell by 2.0 percent to NOK 34.44 per stock.

Citigroup increases target price to Aker solutions From 40 to 45 Norwegian krone. The stock fell 0.8 percent to NOK 43.62 per share. stock.

Smart watch company Explora Technologies The Capital Market Day is held on Thursday. She indicates that she aspires to one million subscriptions within four to five years. The stock rose 2.4 percent to NOK 13.0 per share. stock.

Car shipping companies Hoegh Autoliners And Wallenius Wilhelmsen They reverse some of yesterday's decline and are up 1.8 and 0.2 percent, respectively. Yesterday's decline came after the European Commission announced that it would impose customs duties on imports of Chinese electric cars.

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Oil price

Figures issued by the statistics wing of the US Department of Energy yesterday showed that US crude oil inventories rose by 3.7 million barrels to 459.7 million barrels last week. According to TDN Direkt, a decline of 1.6 million barrels was expected.

The July contract for North Sea flared oil fell 0.4 percent to $82.28 a barrel. barrels at the market open, while US West Texas Intermediate crude fell 0.4 percent to $78.20 a barrel.

In comparison, North Sea oil was priced at $83.16 per barrel at the close of trading on Wednesday.

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