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Oslo stabbing investigated as terrorist attack: police

Jan 18 2019

OSLO A knife attack in a supermarket in Oslo is being investigated as a possible act of terrorism, the head of the Norwegian police's security service (PST) said on Friday.

Norway's PM Solberg forms majority center-right government

Jan 17 2019

OSLO Norway's Prime Minister Erna Solberg struck a deal on Thursday to form a center-right majority government by adding the small Christian Democratic Party to her minority three-party coalition.

Euronext launches $729 million bid for Oslo bourse

Jan 14 2019

PARIS/OSLO Pan-European stock market operator Euronext launched its $729 million cash bid for Oslo Bors on Monday, just hours after the Norwegian stock market operator said it had found potential alternative bidders.

UPDATE 2-Nasdaq failed to supervise power traders properly - Norway FSA

Jan 10 2019

OSLO, Jan 10 Nasdaq's Nordic commodity exchange in Oslo failed to supervise trading members adequately, relying too heavily on shared resources with other Nasdaq units and blurring responsibilities, Norway's Financial Supervisory Authority said on Thursday.

UPDATE 2-Norwegian Air posts slower growth, yield edges up

Jan 07 2019

OSLO, Jan 7 Budget carrier Norwegian Air posted smaller-than-expected passenger growth in December and additional fuel hedging losses, but earned more money from each traveller, its monthly traffic report showed on Monday.

UPDATE 2-Norway's Vistin Pharma hit by $12 mln fuel trading loss

Jan 04 2019

* Vistin shares drop as much as 18 pct to record low (Adds CEO quote, background, bullets)

Oslo Bors seeks bids to rival offer from Euronext

Jan 04 2019

OSLO Norwegian stock exchange operator Oslo Bors called on Friday for potential buyers to come forward, hoping to find a more generous suitor after Euronext's 625 million euro ($713 million) offer to buy the company.

Oslo Bors seeks bids to rival Euronext offer

Jan 04 2019

OSLO, Jan 4 Norwegian stock exchange operator Oslo Bors is inviting potential buyers to come forward, it said on Friday in a direct challenge to Euronext's recent 625 million euro ($713.25 million) offer for the company.

DNO requires fewer Faroe shareholders to back bid, boosting chance of success

Jan 03 2019

OSLO Norwegian oil company DNO said on Thursday that it now requires only 50 percent of Faroe Petroleum shareholders to back its takeover bid after it lifted its stake in the UK firm, boosting the chances the hostile offer will go through.

UPDATE 3-Norway's central bank keeps rates on hold, sees slower tightening

Dec 13 2018

* Banks told to hold more buffer capital (Adds comment from news conference)

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