Oslo Børs opens on Thursday after the stock market on Vall Street and Asia.
After 20 minutes of trading, the main index was 898.66, which is 0.34 percent, and the shares were traded for 593 million.
Brent crude oil rose 0.29 percent to $ 72.28, while oil prices rose 0.32 percent to $ 61.87 a barrel.
By comparison, the North Sea oil pipeline was traded at 72.47 bars on the Stock Exchange in Oslo on Wednesday in Oslo.
Although the stock market has grown in the last few days, it is still slightly lower than when the Oslo Stock Exchange closed yesterday. This is because prices fell after US numbers were released on Wednesday.
According to EIA data, US stocks rose by 5.8 million barrels in the past few weeks, according to TDN Direct. It is planned to build 2.4 million barrels.
Otherwise, according to Tass agency report, yesterday announced that Russia and Saudi Arabia began to consider reducing production in 2019.
Commander Ole Hansen of Sako Bank says Opec and Russia will support the price of $ 70 per barrel.
"The introduction of US sanctions earlier this week against Iran has failed to lift the market, given that eight countries, including the three largest importers, will receive an exemption for raising Iranian crude oil for up to six months," he told Reuters. TDN Direct.
Earlier on Wednesday, Russian energy minister Aleksander Novak said, according to a news agency, that the oil market is still "very balanced".
Ecuinor decreased by 0.09 percent to 216.20 kronor. Aker BP fell 0.44 percent to 269.40 kroner, while DNO remained unchanged at 16.33 percent.
On Thursday, a series of quarterly data was published You can see everything here.
Among those who get the most out of the stock market after releasing the results are Subsea 7, which is 4.80 percent to $ 96.20 in large quantities. The company has just met the expectations of analysts for the K3, but delivered less than in the same period last year.
The company also reported seeing lower sales and adjusting EBITDA for 2019 than in 2018.
Photocure was also penalized by the stock exchange, and the stock is now down 14.80 percent to NOK 47.20. The company continued to lose money in the third quarter.
Idek did not release red numbers in the third quarter, and the stock weakened by 8.54 percent to 4.82 NOK.
Kjell Inge Røkkes Aker presented his third quarterly report on Thursday morning. The share fell 1.11 percent to 625.00 kronor.
Today's forecasts are the livestock of the fish in which it stands.
Austevoll Seafood can also show a strong growth in the bottom line, and the stock now stands at 4.52% to 138.60 crore.
Grieg Seafood, which presented its figures for the third quarter of Wednesday, rose by 6.43 percent to 127.50 kronor.
John Fredriksen's Marine Harvest rose by 2.35% to NOK 202.30, while SalMar rose 2.54% to 461.00 kronor. Norwegian royal salmon rose 2.58 percent to 219.00 kronor.
The fourth in the morning was reported that Element and Alpha Blue Ocean (ABO) agree on the standstill period for the tranche of three.
Share Element of action 13.39 percent to 1.99 crowns.
According to a press release, unity implies that ABO is not allowed to implement a tranche of three of NOK 500 million by 31 January 2019, unless the Element share reaches four crowns.