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The launch of the stock market rose sharply on a stock market

On Friday, the stock market in Oslo ended quite evenly. The main index ended 0.05 percent to 864.63 points. Stocks and proprietary certificates traded for 4.3 billion Norwegian crowns. At the stock market in Oslo, Brent oil fell 0.41 percent to $ 65.40 per barrel.

Fresh figures on Friday showed that in June 60,093 was completely unemployed in Norway.

That corresponds to 2.1%. According to TDN Direct, the vacancy rate of 2.1 percent was also expected. 45 percent of the unemployed received unemployment benefits in June.

– After rising unemployment last month, the decline continued in June. In the first half of this year, the number of totally unemployed fell by 3,900, said Director of Labor and Social Security Sigrun Vågeng in his comment.

Furthermore, a very important G20 meeting has begun today, and investors around the world are eagerly expecting the outcome of talks between Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping.

Of heavy categories, Equinor dropped by 0.38 percent, while Yara grew by 1.42 percent. Schibsted has risen to 3.43 percent.

Stock Exchange Scanship continued its year-on-year growth and rose 6.25 percent.

As part of the collection of claims, Axactor grew by 4.47 percent, while B2Holding dropped by 1.0 percent.

Otherwise, we suppose Rec fell by 3.35 percent. The outcome of the G20 weekend meeting could be crucial to the company's future.

High LNG

On Friday afternoon, the Höegh LNG reported that AGL chose the Höegh LNG FSRU "Höegh Esperanza" for the Cpl Point LNG project in Australia.

The contract is for a period of ten years, and is expected to make an annual contribution of $ 31 million, which is approximately $ 264 million.

Höegh Esperanza is currently in contract with CNOOC – until June 2021.

The share grew by 3.24 percent.


Vodika's company Nel grew 9.41 percent in the second largest trade on Friday. Nela shares for a total of NOK 518 million have changed hands.

Earlier in June there was an explosion at the Uno-X hydrogen station in Sandvika Storsenter. The cause should be leaking water after the plug is incorrectly installed.

– We take the incident very seriously. The station in Kjørbu delivered Nel and we mobilized all our resources to get to the bottom of the case and to ensure that our customers get their cells in normal and safe operation as fast as possible. Hydrogen stations in Europe are of the same generation as Kjørbo, and we expect to be able to give green light for re-opening cells in the third quarter of 2019. We will also strengthen our ongoing security program for today's and future products, Nela Jon Andre Løkke's boss said on Friday .

Watch today's press conference with Nelom here!


EMGS seismic company has become one of today's winners with 5.38 percent growth.

The company reported this morning contract with BP for its own CSEM study, offshore Senegal and Mauritania.

Until now, this share grew close to 110 percent this year.

Drilling drilling

Tor Olav Trøim company Borr Drilling grew 3.13 percent. The company today announced that it has approved funding commitments totaling $ 645 million.

After rising earlier that day, Seadrill's company with heavy debt ended unchanged on Friday.

DNB Markets announced yesterday that it was a company analysts see growth of shares to around 400 percent compared to current levels.

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