January 30, 2023

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This will affect Oslo Bors on Friday

The 2022 stock market is coming to an end. After a year of wild trading, the benchmark Oslo Poor’s is set to end marginally lower by 0.3 percent.

Friday in isolation indicates a gain of 0.4 percent, according to IG Trading.

Analyst Roger Berntsen at Nordnet expects Oslo Poor’s to open up 0.1 percent – or in the range of negative 0.1 percent to 0.3 percent.

Yesterday’s trading ended up by 0.6 percent for the main index, to 1197.77 points – with Electroimportorn and the Norwegian Stock Exchange in separate directions.

However, oil prices slipped, with Brent down 1.8% to $82.51 a barrel and WTI down 1.9% to $77.45 a barrel. barrel.

On Friday morning, Brent oil rose 0.6 percent to $83.92 a barrel, and West Texas Intermediate crude oil rose 0.6 percent to $78.89 a barrel. barrel.

Ascent in Asia and the United States

Elsewhere in the world, many Asian markets are heading for a recovery.

Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index rose 0.6%. On the Chinese mainland, the Shanghai Composite Index rose 0.7 percent, while the CSI 300 large-cap index rose 0.7 percent.

Japan’s Nikkei 225 rose 0.1%, while the broader Topix index barely rose. In Australia, there is an increase of 0.3 percent on the Sydney Stock Exchange.

Thursday evening ended with a broad rally on Wall Street in the US. The Dow Jones rose just over 1 percent, the S&P rose 1.7 percent, and the Nasdaq technology rose 2.6 percent. At the same time, Tesla has rebounded again with prices rising just over 8 percent – but still down more than 60 percent in 2022.

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“It remains to be seen whether 2023 will be a turning point or not. On the positive side, it should be noted that the autumn months, which are often languid, took most people by surprise this year. In other words, there is a certain possibility that the global stock exchanges have arrived To the bottom at this time,” Nordnet’s Roger Berntsen wrote in his Friday morning commentary.

This is happening today:

Flour:

Norway: January currency transactions, at 10.00

United Kingdom: Nationwide house prices December, at 08.00

Spain: CPI December, at 09.00

USA: Chicago PMI December, at 15.45

Russia: CPI December, at 17.00

else:

Baker Hughes: Rig count, at 19.00

Excluding dividends:

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