Netfonds and analyst Roger Berntsen believe the Oslo Stock Exchange will open 0.4 percent or within the range [-0,6, -0,3] percent.
"Asian stock exchanges are weak on Tuesday morning, and there is no help in this area, and developments in the United States on Monday night are not uplifting, in other words, investors have to invest in a drop in start-ups, oil prices are somewhat higher than yesterday's After that, stock markets around the world, including Oslo Børs, are still in correction mode, with Oslo Stock Exchange rising by 11 percent, with "normal" Oslo Børs adjusting between 10 percent and 15 percent and 1 to 1.5 times a year, "writes Berntsen in a morning report.
Oslo Stock Exchange
The main index ended on Monday at 865.36, which is 0.83 percent.
Inventories and equity certificates were traded at NOK 4,713 million.
Yara fell 3.54 percent after she stood in the lead. Lars Røsæg was appointed as CFO after Petter Østbø.
Spectrum and Evry also resigned to management, and Spectra fell 2.22 percent while Evry finished 0.83 percent.
Brent oil fell 0.34% to $ 66.56, while WTI oil fell 0.19% to $ 57.09.
For comparison, the North Sea oil was traded at 65.52 barrel on the Oslo Stock Exchange on Monday.
The increase in technology shares has not changed and the Nasdaq technology index fell 3.0 percent to 7,028.48.
Tech also pulled Dow Jones, which was mostly 512 points. The index ended by 1.56 percent, 395.7 points, to 25,017.44.
The S & P 500 declined by 1.66% to 2,690.73 and most sectors with the exception of real estate ended.
Some of the biggest heavy tech giants have fallen sharply in recent months, and many have fallen from 20 percent to 40 percent in recent months.
Amazon fell from a peak of September 4 to 26 percent, while Facebook fell by 40 percent.
On Monday, Amazon dropped 5.1 percent, while NVIDIA ended up 12 percent. Apple fell 4.0 percent, Microsoft dropped 3.4 percent, Facebook fell 5.7 percent and Netflix ended 5.7 percent.
In Japan, the Nikkei is 1.13 percent, while the broader Topix index is down 0.78 percent.
Shanghai Composite in China declined by 1.75 percent and CSI 300 declined by 2.02 percent. Hang Seng in Hong Kong weakens by 2.13 percent.
In South Korea, the Kospi index fell by 0.99 percent, the S & P / ASX 200 index in Australia dropped by 0.38 percent and the Straits Times in Singapore weakened by 1.26 percent.
This is happening today
- BW Offshore: 07:30, Presentation at Continental Hotel at. 09.00
- Fjord1: 08.00, Presentation on board MS "vision of fjords", Langkaia 1 in Oslo on. 09.00
- Golden Ocean: Conference call at. 15.00
- Bulk carriers
- France: Unemployment, 3rd quarter, at. 07.30
- Germany: PPI, October, 08.00
- USA: Residential building, October, at 14.30
- Equinor: Autumn Conference, Norwegian Theater on. 09:00 – 12:30
- Elkem: Capital Markets Day, Felix Conference Center on. 09:00 to 12:00
- USA: API, weekly oil inventory, at. 22.30
Sources: Oslo Stock Exchange, TDN Direct and Statistics Norway (SSB)