The Oslo Stock Exchange opened on Friday, and around 1 p.m. the main index is set to rise 1.2 percent. The development in Oslo follows the stock market rally in Asia and a new broad rally in the US on Thursday.
On the other hand, oil prices are down somewhat now after rising earlier on Friday. Brent crude fell 0.2 percent to $117.20 a barrel, while West Texas Intermediate crude fell 0.4 percent to $113.60 a barrel. Fat. At the close of trading in Oslo on Wednesday, the price of Brent oil was $114.24. Fat.
Among the oil stocks, there are various influences. Equinor rose 0.1 percent, Aker BP falls 1 percent, and DNO falls 1 percent. our energy rises 1.6 percent, while OKEA by 1.2 percent. Aker BP, Equinor, OKEA and Vår Energi all reached all-time highs during Friday’s trading.
Car shipping company has the same thing Höegh Autoliners where investor Harald Moræus Hanssen has stockpiled nearly every day this year and where ABG analyst Peter Haugen believes Moræus Hanssen can double the money, and norwegian forest.
Norske Skog stock rose about 6 percent after DNB Markets raised its price target.
Otherwise it rises front line 5.8 percent new and hydro 3.4 percent on high turnover. Nile And the Car shop It rises 8-9 percent each.
Earnings season is approaching, and a handful of companies released their quarterly numbers on Friday.
Otherwise, it is worth noting the strong rise of the two preferred techniques Nordic Semiconductor And the kahut. The first rose by as much as 9 percent, and the second by 5 percent. The rally follows a strong rally in US technology stocks earlier this week.
In Kahoot there was a huge celebrity reshuffle, many sold, some joined down, and many new stores stocked. New analysis by Nordic Semiconductor indicates that it is not certain that the bottom has been reached, even after the halving since last fall.
And the water soluble rises above 20 percent. The company provided its quarterly figures after trading closed on Wednesday.
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