DNB and Statoil raised the stockexchange to this years best trading day

Oslo Stock ExchangeOslo Stock Exchange.Photo: Paul Kleiven / NTB scanpix
Statoil and the DNB stood for the increase at the Oslo Stock Exchange Wednesday. The main index ended at 619.62 points. That’s an increase of 1.5 percent and the highest end registration this year.
DNB was today’s most heavily traded stock, and without having had news to bring the market got the company increased its share value with the whole 3.8 percent. Statoil also had a good day, with a rise of 2.2 percent.
In addition contributed among other Marine Harvest (+ 0.2), Telenor (+ 1.3), Norwegian Hydro (+ 0.7) and Storebrand (+ 1.3).
One of the big winners was Petroleum Geo-Services, which had increased its share value with the whole 14.1 percent. The stock is among those who have gone a lot both up and down in the past,
and in one year, the value is nearly cut in half. Also, the John Fredriksen-controlled rig company Seadrill could refer to a good recovery Wednesday, with 15.3 per cent. Also, this stock has had a bad development in the past year, with an impairment of over 70 percent.
Of the most heavily traded companies was only Yara and Orkla as dropped, both with 0.3 percent.
North Sea oil was traded for on Wednesday afternoon 49.18 dollars a barrel, which is an increase of 0.3 percent from the day before.
Out in Europe, there was also a positive development. In London, the FTSE-100 index rose 0.7 percent while the CAC 40 in Paris and the DAX 30 in Frankfurt rose by respectively 1.3 and 1.6 percent. for the increase of the Oslo Stock Exchange Wednesday. The main index ended at 619.62 points. That’s an increase of 1.5 percent and the highest end registration this year.
DNB was today’s most heavily traded stock, and without having had news to bring the market got the company increased its share value with the whole 3.8 percent. Statoil also had a good day, with a rise of 2.2 percent.
In addition contributed among other Marine Harvest (+ 0.2), Telenor (+ 1.3), Norwegian Hydro (+ 0.7) and Storebrand (+ 1.3).
One of the big winners was Petroleum Geo-Services, which had increased its share value with the whole 14.1 percent. The stock is among those who have gone a lot both up and down in the past,
and in one year, the value is nearly cut in half. Also, the John Fredriksen-controlled rig company Seadrill could refer to a good recovery Wednesday, with 15.3 per cent. Also, this stock has had a bad development in the past year, with an impairment of over 70 percent.
Of the most heavily traded companies was only Yara and Orkla as dropped, both with 0.3 percent.
North Sea oil was traded for on Wednesday afternoon 49.18 dollars a barrel, which is an increase of 0.3 percent from the day before.
Out in Europe, there was also a positive development. In London, the FTSE-100 index rose 0.7 percent while the CAC 40 in Paris and the DAX 30 in Frankfurt rose by respectively 1.3 and 1.6 percent.
Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today

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