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NORWEGIAN STOCKS-Oslo bourse trades up in step with European stocks

Tue 27th March, 2018 9:17am
OSLO, March 27 (Reuters) - 
    ** Norwegian shares traded up on Tuesday, in step with
European stocks, which are joining in a global relief rally in
risk assets as trade tensions ease  urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nL8N1R91I3
    ** Oslo's benchmark index  .OSEBX  rose 0.84 percent, or
6.75 points, to 805.60 points and was down by -1.92 percent
year-to-date
    ** The broader Oslo All Share Index  .OSEAX  was up 0.78
percent
    ** European shares  .FTEU3  rose 1.18 percent, Japan's main
share index Nikkei  .N225  ended up 2.65 percent, while in China
Shanghai index  .SSEC  was up 1.04 percent and Dow Jones index
 .DJI  in the United States rose 2.84 percent on Monday
    ** Brent crude futures  LCOc1 , a trigger for the oil heavy
Oslo Bourse, rose $0.23 to $70.35 a barrel by 07:55 GMT O/R     
    ** Among the biggest firms on the Oslo Bourse, Statoil
 STL.OL  rose 0.58 percent, Telenor  TEL.OL  rose 1.26 percent
and DNB  DNB.OL  rose 0.90 percent
    ** Turnover at the Oslo Bourse was 649 million Norwegian
crowns
    ** Norsk Hydro  NHY.OL  says it is in talks with Brazilian
authorities about resuming full operations at its Alunorte
refinery, the world's largest alumina refinery  urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nL8N1R90IE
    ** Biggest gainers: DNO ASA 3.31 percent, Nordic Nanovector
ASA 3.04 percent and Golden Ocean Group Ltd 2.90 percent
    ** DNO: RBC raises the oil firm to "sector perform" from
"underperform". Says given that operations and payments in
Kurdistan region of Iraq, following September's Independence
Referendum, appear to have been unaffected, is taking a more
positive view on the region  urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nL8N1R90KX
    ** Biggest losers: Thin Film Electronics ASA  THIN.OL  -1.12
percent, Petroleum Geo Services ASA  PGS.OL  -1.11 percent and
Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics ASA  WWLO.OL  -1.07 percent

 (Reporting by Gwladys Fouche, Editing by Joachim Dagenborg)
 ((gwladys.fouche@tr.com; +47 23 31 65 94; Reuters Messaging:
gwladys.fouche.reuters.com@reuters.net; Twitter handle:
@gfouche))
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