The industrial giant jumped by double digits on the EU news

The industrial giant jumped by double digits on the EU news

Oslo Bors finished in the green on Tuesday. At the close of trading, the main index reached 1,275.12, rising by 0.5 percent.

Oil price

The April contract for North Sea oil fell by 0.4 percent to $82.46 per barrel. barrel. In comparison, the price was above $84 per barrel for most of yesterday.

US West Texas Intermediate crude fell 0.3 percent and is trading at $78.50.

The largest company on the stock exchange, Equinor, rose 2.3 percent to NOK 268.90, while Aker BP fell 0.3 percent to NOK 259.70. The third largest operator on the Norwegian continental shelf, Vår Energi, ended down 1.7 percent to NOK 34.10.

Industrial giant respectively

On Tuesday morning, Tomra shares rose after news that the Council of Europe and the European Parliament had reached a political agreement under which deposits would become mandatory in the European Union in 2029.

– Obviously political processes can change, but there seems to be a fairly harmonious agreement, says analyst Daniel Vardal Hoogland of ABG Sundal Collier.

The stock ended up a whopping 12.2 percent to NOK 145.30.

SmartCraft's CFO, Kjartan Bø, sold 38,000 shares at an average price of NOK 26.33, or just over NOK 1 million. After the deal, he owned 260,000 shares. The stock ended down 3 percent to NOK 26.00. So far this year, the rate has increased by 15 percent.

Tank Company down to the numbers

Hafnia shares fell 2.7 percent to NOK 75.05 on heavy volume after the latest figures.

The shipping company's revenues declined in the fourth quarter to $330 million, compared to $427 million in the same period of the previous year. The final tally ended at $178 million.

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Tank giant Frontline rose 3.3 percent to NOK 249.10 in the second-highest sales.

Nykode Therapeutics shares rose sharply when it became known that it had been bought by Erling Braut Haaland and Arne Fredly. However, the stock has declined steadily since then. Today, the stock ended down 3 percent to NOK 15.38 per share. stock.

BW LPG shares closed down 10.9 percent to NOK 108.50. The stock was priced ex-dividend at $0.90 on Tuesday.

The stock that tops the list of losers is SAS stock, which constantly fluctuates violently. The stock fell 17 percent yesterday after rising a whopping 560 percent last week. On Tuesday, the stock finished down 27.2 percent to NOK 0.045.

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