Lifecare falls sharply after the subsidiary Digid was filed for bankruptcy in Germany.
Published: Updated yesterday 13:57
On Tuesday afternoon, the main index on the Oslo Stock Exchange rose by 1.15 per cent to 1,071.05 points.
On the list of today’s most traded is Nel, which rose 6.6 percent from the start. The rise has slowed somewhat throughout the day, and is now up 3.26 percent.
The share has recently gained momentum, Nel Hydrogen Fueling received a purchase order for a hydrogen filling station in Canada this Easter.
Norsk Hydro started the trading day with an increase of 3.18 percent. During the day, however, the rise has reversed, and the company falls by 1.68 percent at 13 o’clock.
The rise comes after new record levels on Wall Street on Monday. On the week’s first trading day, the two leading indices were able to record new highs.
At 2 p.m., the oil price rises just over 1 percent to $ 62.88 a barrel. At its lowest level on Monday night, the price of oil was $ 61.24 a barrel.
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Lifecare today’s loser
On the list of today’s losers is Euronext Growth-listed Lifecare, which falls 20.68 percent. It comes after their German partner filed for bankruptcy.
Last year, Lifecare joined forces with the Swiss investment company IMS Capital Partners to establish the joint venture Digital Diagnostics (Digid, which worked on developing a rapid test for covid-19) and has received approval to start clinical trials in Germany.
The test, which has the name “Digid Cantisense”, should be particularly suitable for rapid testing, for example at airports, hospitals and larger events.
Earlier this week, Digid filed for bankruptcy at the Mainz District Court, the German newspaper writes Handelsblatt, which also receives confirmation from the company.
The company told E24 last week that they had not been notified of the bankruptcy notification, and that they would not be contacted by management.
German partner has filed for bankruptcy: Lifecare did not receive notice
Mixed mood in Asia
In the Asia-Pacific region, there was a mixed mood after recent PMI figures from China.
Opec + decided last week to gradually increase production from May. The market reacted positively to the news, but after Iran also announced increased production, oil prices have fallen again.
The price of oil was traded at night for over $ 63 a barrel. At the time of writing, it has fallen back, trading at $ 62.6 after a slight upswing at the stock market opening.
Published: April 6, 2021 08:09
Updated: April 6, 2021 1:57 PM
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