Tanks and earthquakes pulled in the steady stock market – Danish technology stocks tumbled

Tanks and earthquakes pulled in the steady stock market – Danish technology stocks tumbled

The main index fell in the Oslo Poor’s 0.14 percent to 1243.59 points on Wednesday.

Oil prices fell at the end of trading. Brent crude fell 0.7% to $82.70 a barrel, while West Texas Intermediate crude fell 1.0% to $76.77 a barrel. barrel. At the close of trading on Tuesday, Brent Oil traded at $85.10.

Equinor It closed down 0.2 percent at 320.30 Norwegian crowns. Aker BP It fell 2.5 percent to 278.10 Norwegian crowns. our energy It fell 1.7 percent to 28.70 Norwegian crowns.

Solstad abroad It fell 9.5 percent to NOK 35.85 as trading volume rose. On Tuesday, the shipping company closed down 16 percent after news that 37 supply vessels were sold at a deep discount.

Shelf digging It fell 6.5 percent to 31.10 Norwegian crowns. The price drop could be linked to reports of new legislative proposals in India, which could lead to major disruptions to the offshore rig market. Upstream Shelf Drilling singles out as one of the hardest hit companies, according to TDN Direkt.

seismic duo PGS And TGS However, he withdrew. PGS rose 7.4 percent to NOK 13.05, and TGS ended up 2.6 percent to NOK 200.20. PGS announced that the company will go to the bond market to finish this round of refinancing. TGS CEO Christian Johansen believes that the company’s expanded agreement with SLB “means an unimaginable amount,” and that we are facing a recovery that may last longer than we have seen in the past.

The tanker liners also maintained good momentum. John Fredricksons front line It increased by 5.4 percent to 201.00 Norwegian crowns, while Oceanis Eco Vectors It rose 5.0 percent to 272.50 Norwegian crowns. Both have been highlighted by ABG analyst Bengt Jonassen as his favorite stocks. Hafnia It rose 4.4 percent to 61.80 Norwegian crowns.

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Archer However, it fell another 16.3 percent to NOK 1.34 after this week’s dumping case.

Scandinavian mining It rose 6.5 percent to 0.66 Norwegian krone. New shareholder lists show that the miner attracted many of the most well-known stock exchange leaders in the latest edition – among them Arne Fredly and Ketil Skorstad.

Ice fish farm It ended up falling 23.1 percent to NOK 32.00. Store owner Måsøval Eiendom is putting Ice Fish Farm’s shares into a new holding company, with a new Icelandic partner taking a 29 percent stake. The transaction values ​​Ice Fish Farm at NOK 43 per stock. On Tuesday, the stock closed at NOK 26.

Refrigeration Technology Corporation Asetek I decided to return to Denmark – but before that, most of the shareholders will be severely diluted in a crisis. The whole stock fell 36.2 percent to NOK 7.79.

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