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Oslo Børs ended 0.15 percent higher


The old main building of the Oslo Stock Exchange. Photo: Terje Pedersen / NTB

Of NTB | 29.04.2024 17:24:08

Economy and business: The small jump in the main index did not change the color of the many large companies that had to see their share prices go into the red. Of the ten companies with the most turnover, eight had red figures.

Most traded was Equinor with 1.08 billion and a price decline of 1.15 per cent. Number two on the list, DNB Bank, had a turnover of less than half, but was in return in the positive with 1.59 per cent.

The stock market winner on Monday was Carasent, a company that supplies IT solutions in health. 1.3 million of the company’s shares, which at closing time were traded at a price that was up 31.47 percent.

When Oslo Børs closed its doors on Monday, North Sea oil was traded at 87 dollars, probably a dollar more than at closing time on Friday.

Outside of Europe, the DAX index in Frankfurt was barely below the line with minus 0.12 percent, the CAC 40 in Paris was minus 0.18 percent, while the FTSE in London was up 0.18 percent.


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