June 10, 2023


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The plague sends arrows flying

On Wednesday, the stock is pointing up on the Oslo Stock Exchange. At lunchtime, the main index reached 1,212.52 points, up 0.7 percent. A barrel of North Sea oil is trading at $80.88, up 0.1 percent. The price of oil is now approaching the levels before the OPEC+ members surprised the markets with production cuts in early April. Equinor It rises 1.4 percent to NOK 306 Aker BP It rose 0.1 percent to 250.50 Norwegian crowns.

thinks analyst Christian Mork Spitalen at Arctic Securities techstep It now faces a turning point and upgrades the stock from hold to buy, while at the same time the price target rises from NOK 1.25 to NOK 2.70. The share rose by 20 percent to NOK 1.50.

reported Tuesday afternoon BergenBio that the company will raise up to NOK 250 million in a rights issue which will be particularly dilute to existing shareholders. The Covid Study has also been suspended indefinitely. DNB Markets cuts its target price per share from NOK 9 to NOK 1, and moves from hold to sell. The stock fell 46.7 percent to NOK 2.40.

Margins decreased Turbid carbon families The result before depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) was NOK 51 million in the first quarter of this year, an improvement of NOK 9 million compared to the same quarter last year. However, the result was 28 percent lower than the consensus. The share decreased by 9.4 percent to NOK 10.20.

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an average It reported sales of NOK 1.1 billion in the first quarter, which was 7-9 percent higher than expected, according to Pareto Securities. The EBITDA result ended at NOK 424 million. ABG Sundal Collier expects significant changes in estimates for 2023 and notes that the better-than-expected first-quarter numbers are driven by price increases that will also push the numbers up going forward. The share rose by 13.9 percent to NOK 10,240.

Sass Four billion SEK lost from November to March. In March, losses ended at SEK 400 million, but this is a significant improvement over the losses of SEK 900 million in February. The stock fell 1.2 percent to 0.27 Norwegian crowns.

ABG Sandal Collier It ended the first quarter with a profit before tax of NOK 87.4 million, compared to NOK 121.2 million in the same period a year earlier. The stock fell 0.2 percent to 6.06 Norwegian crowns.

in the first quarter turnover XXL of NOK 1.98 billion and had profit before tax less NOK 284 million. The stock rose 4.9 percent to 2.145 Norwegian crowns.