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Frontline Ltd (FRO.OL)

FRO.OL on Oslo Stock Exchange

43.16NOK
17 Aug 2018
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Tue, Aug 14 2018

NORWEGIAN STOCKS-Norwegian Air rises, Frontline drops in flat market

OSLO, Aug 14 (Reuters) - * Norwegian shares traded down on Tuesday * Oslo's benchmark index fell -0.03 pct, or -0.28 points, to 896.89 points and was up by 10.16 pct year-to-date * The broader Oslo All Share Index was down 0.11 percent * Brent crude futures, a trigger for the oil heavy Oslo Bourse, rose $0.72 to $73.33 a barrel * Among the biggest firms on the Oslo Bourse, Equinor fell -0.46 pct, Telenor rose 0.34 pct and DNB fell -0.12 pct * Turnover at the Oslo Bourse was 1.8 billion Norwegian

NORWEGIAN STOCKS-Gjensidige gains on Goldman upgrade, Kongsberg spikes on U.S. Navy deal

OSLO, June 1 (Reuters) - * Norwegian shares traded up on Friday * Oslo's benchmark index rose 0.65 pct, or 5.67 points, to 881.21 points and was up by 7.50 pct year-to-date * The broader Oslo All Share Index was up 0.64 percent * Brent crude futures, a trigger for the oil heavy Oslo Bourse, fell $-0.04 to $77.51 a barrel * Among the biggest firms on the Oslo Bourse, Equinor rose 0.2 pct, Telenor fell -0.62 pct and DNB rose 1.60 pct * Turnover at the Oslo Bourse was 844 million Norwegian crowns a

Frontline expects scrapping, OPEC output to boost oil tanker demand

OSLO Increased scrapping of older oil tankers and the potential for higher output of OPEC crude are likely to boost vessel demand and thus rates, Oslo-listed shipper Frontline said on Thursday.

NORWEGIAN STOCKS-Frontline gains on outlook for more OPEC oil

OSLO, May 28 (Reuters) - * Norwegian shares traded up on Monday, recovering from last week's losses * Oslo's benchmark index rose 0.94 pct, or 8.12 points, to 872.10 points and was up by 6.08 pct year-to-date * The broader Oslo All Share Index was up 0.91 percent * Brent crude futures, a trigger for the oil heavy Oslo Bourse, fell $-1.03 to $75.41 a barrel * Saudi Arabia and Russia set to raise supplies by 1 million bpd, U.S. production keeps rising * Among the biggest firms on the Oslo Bourse,

BRIEF-Tanker firm Frontline CEO says current rates are some of the worst we have seen

* FRONTLINE CEO SAYS CURRENT TANKER RATES ARE SOME OF THE WORST WE HAVE SEEN

UPDATE 1-Tanker firm Frontline books $248 mln Q4 loss due writedowns

OSLO, Feb 28 Frontline, the oil tanker firm controlled by shipping tycoon John Fredriksen, reported a larger-than-expected fourth-quarter loss on Wednesday as impairments and goodwill writedowns hit results.

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