Shipping and offshore shares on Oslo Exchange had a tumultuous 2018

Offshore equities on the Oslo stock exchange are headed for a total – albeit slim – gain this year. 2018 did not exactly offer smooth sailing, and the summer was particularly disappointing, says analyst while eying better times in 2019. Others are not quite as positive. 

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Oslo-listed shipping and offshore companies' 2018 show signs of ending at a slightly higher total valuation.

Altogether, companies on the Oslo Energy Index gained 4.37 in value since the beginning of the year. Equinor, Aker BP and Subsea 7 figure among these outfits.

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