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Oslo Stock Exchange at mid-morning hover

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Oslo Stock Exchange at mid-morning hover
Oslo Stock Exchange. File photo: Bjørn Erik Pedersen/Wikicommons
11:24 CEST+02:00
The Oslo Stock Exchange hovered at near standstill on Tuesday, with the main index climbing 0.04 percent in the first half hour of trading.

The main index was up by 474,06 points by mid-morning.

Four of ten of Norway's most-traded companies started the day off on the plus side.

Subsea 7 rose by 2.27 percent, Rec by 2.23, TGS-NOPEC by 1,87) while Aker Solutions, which on Monday announced a new deal with a UK partner, rose by 0.78 percent.

Statoil, meanwhile, was down by 0.24 percent,  DNB by 0.17, Seadrill by 1.12, Telenor by 0.41, Yara International by 0.58 and Marine Harvest by 0.24 at the start of the day.

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