Last week, the index fell 2.4 percent. On Monday, shares and equity certificates were sold for NOK 5.15 billion.
Equinor ranked second, but fell 1.6 percent to 205.10 kroons. The other losers were Yara, which fell by 3.5 percent, and Aker BP – by 3.3 percent. Subsea 7 fell 2.7 percent. The fall in Yara is due to the announcement that the company's CFO was announced on Monday.
The winners on Monday were Telenor, which grew by 1.1 percent, and the fish farms Marine Harvest and Salmar grew by 1.9 and 1 percent, respectively.
At the leading stock exchanges in Frankfurt, Paris and London, the picture was the same as in Oslo. The DAX 30 in Frankfurt fell 0.8 percent, while the FTSE 100 in London fell 0.1 percent. CAC 40 in Paris also fell 0.8 percent. Renault's share fell by 8.8% after it became known that the main boss of the Renault group, Carlos Ghosn, was accused of understating his income.
Oil from the North Sea is traded at $ 66.3 million at the end of Monday. US, while American light oil fell by $ 56.6 million. US in the spot market. This is about $ 20 lower than the price at the beginning of October.