Oslo's Børs was in the negative area on Friday afternoon, but picked up after lunch.
The main index currently stands at 860.48, after a drop of 0.15 percent.
Until now, shares and legal entities have been traded for NOK 1,811 million.
Future trading on Wall Street indicates a decline since the beginning of trading on Friday.
Investors are excited about the weekend at the G20 meeting in Buenos Aires, where US and Chinese presidents meet to discuss trade.
European stock market indices point to the tone.
British FTSE 100 drops 0.9 percent, German DAX 0.6 percent and French CAC 40 0.5 percent.
US President Donald Trump kicked off mixed signals on Thursday with a statement that he was close to receiving a job, but he is not sure whether to enter it.
"Trump did not give us many reasons for optimism on Thursday. Investors will hope the two presidents will be able and willing to make real progress in their trade dispute at the G20 meeting, avoiding the need for additional duties," said Craig Erlam, senior market analyst at Oande in London, Reuters.
Stocks of petroleum products continue to lose the price of oil, even with the expected reduction of OPEC production and their allies on the horizon.
– Short-term surplus hit Brent's price. We see an ever-growing rush of mobile crude oil storage, "said Jefferies analyst Jason Gammel Reuters.
Brent oil fell 1.5 percent to $ 59.01 a barrel, and yesterday fell from $ 59.70 at the time of closing in Oslo.
WTI's oil dropped by 1.8 percent to $ 50.54.
At the Oslo Stock Exchange, Equinor grew by 0.8 percent to 201.40 kronor. Aker BP fell 1.3 percent to 243 kronor, while DNO was down 0.9 percent to 14.44 kronor.
Frontline is in the process this week after Kepler Cheuvreux more than doubled the course goal.
On Friday, the share will adjust to 7.0 percent to $ 62.90 on the third largest trading day after DNB Markets lowered buy-backs to the team.
Withdrawal occurs while Frontline is experiencing the highest rate in two years.
According to Clarksons Plato's securities, prices now amount to $ 58,000 a day, according to Kepler Cheuvreux, term contracts indicate that this level will last last year.
For Frontline, with cash even at about $ 22,500 a day per ship, that means thousands of dollars right at the bottom of the line.
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Otherwise, the rash is very modest, but mostly positive among the most commonly traded.
Subsea 7 and BW Offshore are negative, with falling respectively. 2.1 percent to 91.60 kuna and 4.1 percent to 37.35 kuna.
The same goes for SalMar, which yesterday corrected 1.2 percent to NOK 482.
Market participants, according to TDN Direct Intraf, announce that price increases are in most weight classes but are not convinced that the level will be maintained for a long time.
"The market is not as strong as the breeders like to believe. In the future, a lot of fish is happening, says the buyer.
Norsk Hydro, DNB, Marine Harvest, Yara, Orkla, Aker and Storebrand are all down 0.5-1.0 percent.
On the positive side we notice Tomra, which increases 4.3 percent to 229 kr and a new overall height. Shares are in good trend and have risen 85 percent over the past 12 months.
The list was lost at the peak of Okeanis Eco Tankers, which dropped to 16.2 percent to 62 kronor on Mercury's market after She rented a brokerage house for yesterday.
In Friday's update, the company writes that the subscription is equivalent to the amount that will ensure that the combination of the new equity stake and valid credit facilities will cost $ 45 million within the given price range.
The element was completely reduced after a tiny three-month period, postponing refinishing the crypto, and employing a new, temporary CFO. The share currently stands at 14.1 percent to 1.00 kunas.
The tanker's team also falls double-digit, and that's the only remaining stock falling above the above-mentioned Frontline. The drop is more specific at 11.8 percent to NOK 7.50.
All time high and low in Oslo
The list of winners is complemented by soloist Aega, who is released 18.8 percent at 1.01 kronor on Oslo Axess after sending encouraging a quarterly report on Friday morning.
Scatec Solar rises 3.2 percent at all times high.
The closest Hiddn Securities is 6.9 percent to 1.39 kunas and Solstad Offshore from 6.8 percent to 2.13.
We also take Noreco, which grows by 5.7 percent to 210.50 kr.
The Altinex branch announced in mid-October about the acquisition of Shell's upstream operations in Denmark, and at the end of the pre-registration period none of the Danish Underground Consortium Partners (DUC) abolished their privileged rights.
The season ends on Friday and here you will find all the pioneers of the day.