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Norse Atlantic plunged on the stock exchange – down more than 22 per cent – Teknisk Ukeblad

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Norse Atlantic plunged on the stock exchange – down more than 22 per cent – Teknisk Ukeblad

Norse Atlantic plunged on the stock exchange – down more than 22 per cent

The airline Norse Atlantic fell by 22 percent on Wednesday on Oslo Børs after presenting figures for the fourth quarter. The stock exchange’s main index rose by 0.3 per cent to 1,263.8 points.

For Norse Atlantic, the arrow pointed sharply downwards after the airline presented its quarterly figures on Wednesday. There it emerged that Norse had a profit before tax of minus 64 million dollars. For 2023, the pre-tax loss was $169 million.

Oslo Børs responded by sending the share down 22.3 percent.

Then things went better for the seafood company Lerøy, which delivered better figures than expected. Turnover rose to a record high of NOK 30 billion in 2023. Here, the share price rose 12.3 per cent.

Among the heavyweights on Oslo Børs, Equinor rose 0.8 per cent, while DNB gained 0.76 per cent. Telenor and Aker BP went down by 0.59 and 0.38 per cent respectively.

A barrel of North Sea oil cost USD 81.78 at 5.30pm on Wednesday, down 0.51 per cent.

There were no major changes on the European stock exchanges on Wednesday either. The FTSE 100 in London was down 0.6 percent on Wednesday afternoon, while the DAX in Frankfurt and the CAC 40 in Paris were up 0.22 and 0.05 percent respectively.

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