The benchmark index ended with +0.37 percent to 503.51 points. After messages on the sale of interests in the Gullfaks and Gudrun, and a new oil discovery off the coast of Trøndelag, Statoil became the far most traded share on the main index on Monday.
Gains were more moderate with +0.70 percent at closing. Most raise showed Norwegian shares, with 3.35 percent, followed by Marine Harvest which was 2.09 percent up. Among stocks on the benchmark index, which goes back, fell Rec-shares of 3.58 percent and Royal Caribbean Cruises by 2.25 percent. DNB fell down by 0.80 percent.
Besides the main index, Blom technology company dropped the stock to the crisis falling down with as much as 51 percent after Merckx investment company has bought Blom’s shares.
Among the large companies on the main index, Telenor was still, while the Norwegian Hydro increased by 1.62 percent and Yara by 0.24 percent. Seadrill fell by 0.69 percent. A barrel of North Sea oil was quoted at $110 at closing, a decrease by 0.534 percent. The price of U.S. light crude was at $106.80, down 0.72 percent.