Oslo Stock Exchange


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Oslo Stock Exchange

An exchange founded in 1819 and trading stocks, bonds, and stock options that is considered the options market of Norway.

Oslo Stock Exchange

The main stock market in Norway. Tracing its origins to the early 19th century, it was first organized in 1881. It is particularly known for stock in oil and international shipping companies.
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The broker was the global co-ordinator of Gjensidige Forsikring's initial public offering (IPO), ahead of the listing on the Oslo stock exchange in December 2010.
Statoil (NYSE:STO), a Norway-based oil company, has announced that its board of directors has decided to start a process to list its energy and retail business on the Oslo Stock Exchange.
The Norwegian firm fears it might be denied work in the Iraqi Kurdistan region after its shares in the Oslo Stock Exchange nosedived by 55% on Thursday, according to a statement by the company, which said that it was discussing ways with the KRG to solve the problem as soon as possible.
The Oslo Stock Exchange had released information about a sale of DNO shares in October 2008.
Birdstep Technology is traded on the Oslo Stock Exchange (OSE) under ticker BIRD.
The operator has received listing applications from Norwegian group Cardinal Foods ASA and from London-listed Avocet Mining PLC (LON: AVM) for listing on the Oslo Stock Exchange.
28 May 2010 - The board of the Oslo Stock Exchange approved yesterday the application of Swedish miner Dannemora Mineral AB (STO: DMAB) to list its B-series shares on the Oslo Axess alternative market, the latter said.
This is the first dual listing under the cooperation agreement between the Oslo Stock Exchange and the Singapore Exchange, signed in July 2009.
TGS-NOPEC Geophysical Company ASA is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange (OSLO:TGS).
17 March 2010 - Swedish miner Dannemora Mineral AB (STO: DMAB) said today it has initiated discussions regarding a potential listing of its B-series share on the Oslo Stock Exchange.
Petrojarl is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange where it trades under the symbol "PETRO".
Norwegian oncology radiopharmaceuticals developer Algeta ASA (OSL: ALGETA) was the biggest winner on the Oslo Stock Exchange in 2009, gaining 781%.