The purchase of Blistad’s stake led to the rise of Sim Offshore

The purchase of Blistad's stake led to the rise of Sim Offshore

On Wednesday, the main index on the Oslo Stock Exchange rose 1.3 percent before closing at 1,193.27 points. At the close of trading, a barrel of North Sea oil was traded for $106.99, up 4.4 percent. Equinor It rose 2.7 percent to 329.80 crowns, while Aker BP Its share rose 2.3 percent to 349.50 crowns.

The European Union is still working towards an agreement on a Russian oil embargo, and Hungary in particular is critical of such a decision. The effect of the embargo could be reduced if the embargo was eased to ease the concerns of Eastern European members.

On Tuesday afternoon, it was announced that Arne Blystad’s subsidiary Songa Capital had purchased 10.9 million shares in Sim Offshore. After this transaction, Songa Capital owns 14.3 million shares in the company, which is equivalent to a 6 percent ownership stake. On Wednesday, the stock rose 25.1 percent before closing at 12.56 NOK.

Nile Revenue increased 36 percent to NOK 213 million in the first quarter. According to TDN Direkt, it was expected to have a turnover of 266 million. The hydrogen company also announced an order in the period of 283 million. At the end of the first quarter, delayed orders were at a record NOK 1.3 billion. The stock rose 4.5 percent to 12.43 crowns.

Stocks plunged on Tuesday Kongsberg Gruppen 18.9% after the company’s quarterly presentation. On Wednesday, the stock rose 1.9 percent to 328 crowns.

Photocure It posted a profit before tax minus NOK 27 million in the first quarter of 2022, compared to a profit of NOK 20 million in the same period last year. Turnover was NOK 82 million in the quarter, compared to NOK 88 million in the previous year. The stock fell 3.2% to 105 crowns.

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moi It achieved a record result in the first quarter of the year, which was marked by high salmon prices. This benefits shareholders, as Mowi’s board of directors decided to pay a quarterly dividend of NOK 1.95 per share. a job. The stock fell 0.8 percent to 241.70 Norwegian crowns.

In the first quarter received Flex LNG A profit of $55.8 million, after the shipping company’s sales of liquefied natural gas reached $74.6 million. The first-quarter result was strongly supported by gains in derivatives of $31.9 million. The stock fell 1.4 percent to 247 crowns.

It is worth mentioning that Yara And Norsk Hydro Items currently in circulation. Dividends of NOK 30 and NOK 5.40 respectively.

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