June 10, 2023


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Share purchase plans by SAS are sent to Oslo Børs

On Wednesday, the stock is pointing down on the Oslo Stock Exchange. At lunchtime, the main index stood at 1,199.03 points, down 0.8 percent. A barrel of North Sea oil is selling for $73.80, down 7.0 percent. Equinor It drops 2.3 percent to NOK 290.25, while Aker BP, which now goes eg. Dividend of NOK 5.83, down 4.0 percent to NOK 236.20.

Macro beats the fundamentals, and this trend has become more visible and stronger in recent weeks. It appears that market participants are increasingly concerned about the macro outlook and its implications for oil demand, Warren Patterson, an ING strategist told Bloomberg.

Apollo Global Management plans to apply for approval from the Swedish and Danish regulatory authorities to acquire a majority stake in Sass AB, as part of the airline’s rescue plan. A source familiar with the matter told Reuters. The stock rose 9.7% to 0.31 Norwegian crown.

Aker Horizons Reports indicate that the value of adjusted equity (NAV) rose to NOK 15.8 billion in the first quarter of the year, compared to NOK 15.1 billion in the previous quarter. The company had NOK 3.8 billion in cash and €500 million in undrawn credit facilities. The share fell 7.3 percent to 7.38 Norwegian crowns.

Beauregard The result before tax was NOK 292 million in the first quarter, while the result was expected to be NOK 288 million, according to Infront. All segments performed better than their expectations, ABG Sundal Collier wrote, while the fine chemicals segment was the best in the quarter. The stock fell 1.1 percent to 180.20 Norwegian crowns.

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your fangs It fell 7.7 percent to NOK 9.60 after the company’s quarterly presentation. The report showed an EBITDA result of minus 12.8 million DKK in the first quarter of 2023, compared to a loss of 2 million DKK in the same period in the previous year. At the same time, management has reported that guidance is being maintained.

electric importer It had an adjusted EBITDA result of NOK 32 million in the first quarter, compared to NOK 43 million in the same quarter a year earlier, while its adjusted EBITDA margin was 8.2 percent, down from 12.0 percent. . The company admits that market conditions are more difficult than they have been in the past two years. The stock fell 6.6 percent to 36.90 Norwegian crowns.