The main index on the Oslo Stock Exchange ended on Wednesday at 895.61, after an increase of 0.53%.
Shares and equity certificates were traded at NOK 4,947 million.
Wall Street opened right from the start of the US Middle East, where Democrats gained the majority in the House of Representatives.
It will make it two years more difficult for President Donald Trump.
The overall strategy of Christian Lie still expects equity markets to grow, but concerns about the recession in the United States by 2020.
Ton-indicating European equity markets are moving upwards.
British FTSE 100 rose by 0.9 percent, German DAX 0.6 percent and French CAC 40 one percent.
The oil calmed down again
Oil prices rose and brought Oslo Børs up around lunch, but both fell back during the day.
Brent oil rose by 0.5 percent to $ 72.47 in the afternoon, which is down to $ 72.80 in the closing time in Oslo.
WTI oil rose 0.2 percent to 62.37 barrel.
Russia and Saudi Arabia have begun to discuss production cuts in 2019, according to Russian Tass according to TDN Direct.
"I think it is a verbal intervention and an attempt to gain a speculative length on the market. The world balance between supply and demand does not look too tight next year, says analyst Olivier Jakob at Reuters Petromatrix.
Equinor on the Equator stock rose 0.8 percent to NOK 216.40.
Otherwise, the Petroleum company increased by 0.8 percent to 16.32 crowns, while Aker BP gave 2.5 percent to 270.60 crowns. The company will announce on Wednesday afternoon that a $ 1.5 billion banking facility returned in full.
Ship by number
Among the most traded, Wallenius Wilhelmsen has risen by 8.3 percent to NOK 32.15 due to his quarterly reports.
CEO Craig Jasienski said that freight loads are facing surplus bids and price presses, but a book with a very low order will follow up gradually.
The company also announced a $ 100 million cost reduction program over the next two years.
Carnegie analyst Marius Furuly believes that today's response to the process was justified.
"We are getting better results than expected today, and a better net margin, so I think they have a little better control than what they could worry about," he told TDN Direct.
Nordic Semiconductor also posted a positive 8.8% increase to NOK 41.
Up and down the salmon
Grieg Seafood was a long time today's quarterly data, but ended only by 0.4 percent to NOK 119.80.
"The data are broadly in line with the forecast, but the guidelines are somewhat weaker," says analyst Tore Tønseth at "Sparebank 1 Markets" in the update.
Otherwise, Bakkafrost salmon corrected for peeling based on yesterday's quarterly figures, namely 1.6 percent to NOK 472.60.
Kepler Cheuvreux upgraded supplies from the team but also lowered target prices – such as DNB Markets and Danske Bank.
DNB, Telenor and Yara have risen, while Marine Harvest has been among the relatively low negative weights after dropping by 3.3 percent to $ 197.65 on today's second highest volume.
We also expect the golden ocean to drop by minus 4.5 percent to NOK 62.70, while REC Silicon has repaired 7.5 percent to 79 o'clock.
Rally at purchase and release
The winning list is exhausted by TargetEveryOne, which is at the Merkur Market level of 15.4 percent to 1.50 crowns.
The closest to the photocur is 8.8% to 55.40 NOK, ahead of Nordic Semiconductor and Wallenius Wilhelmsen.
Secondly, we will find Panoro Energy, which grew by 7.7 percent to 17.60 crowns.
Examining mortgage loans
The list of losses is topped by WR Entertainment, which dropped 22.7 percent to 17 cents on Merkur Market.
The Gaming Innovation Group has been reviewed on the stock exchange yesterday's quarterly report, and today declined by 6.1 percent to 2.46 crowns. The fee was halved in 2018.
Mercury Market Duo Induct and Lavo.tv are lost. 19.4% to 5.40% and 12.7% to 62%.
Duo has both these financial papers called mortal loans from the Alpha Blue Ocean. Lavo.tv hit the alarm yesterday, while Induct announced a dispute last week about Alpha Blue Ocean.
"We have credit from Alpha Blue Ocean where they can transfer shares and get subscriptions," says Lavo.tv, businessman Tom Roger Sokki.
The effect of credit financing is, according to the paper, that the more Lavo shares fall into the exchange, the greater the equity stake of Alpha Blue Ocean investors on Lavo.tv.
Both companies and Oslo Børs will now investigate this matter.
Lift down – again
Of course we are not out of peace. Olsen Energy, as on Tuesday after submitting a new refinancing proposal.
The proposal includes the acquisition of $ 130-140 million in new events, as well as new loans, debt conversions, and the sale of the Bolette Dolphin.
Existing shareholders remain frightened, and investment economist Mads Johannesen at Nordnet is so happy in her advice to sell out immediately.
The stock dropped 13.2 percent to 1.38 crowns after it dropped to 1.30 crowns after opening.