The Hitlist On Oslo Stock Exchange

We have been asked for stock tips on the Oslo Stock Exchange for a long time and by several institutions, so here they are:

Komplett Group AS is the Nordic region’s largest online retailer with a total of 14 online stores. The group had a total turnover of 7.3 billion in 2015. In addition to Norway, Komplett also operates an online store in Sweden and Denmark, as well as sales to computer retailers in Norway via Norek and Itegra. In Norway, the group owns the online stores,, and, and also has the distributor In the Swedish market, there is, as well as the distributor was established in 2007, and has had strong growth since its inception.

NRC Group engineer and build sustainable transport solutions. We provide in-house competence and expertise mainly for complex projects within rail, light rail and civil engineering. In a few years, we have become a leading infrastructure company in Norway, Sweden, and Finland. How we execute our projects, matters to us. Being entrepreneurial at our core is key for our commitment to succeed with our sustainable strategy.

Norske Skog ASA, formerly Norske Skogindustrier ASA (OSE: NSKOG), has long been among the world’s leading producers of newsprint and magazine paper. Due to a declining market for publication paper, the company has increasingly focused on other uses of timber and recycled paper, such as packaging. The company has its head office in Norway and factories in five countries[3] and an annual production of approximately 2 million tonnes of paper (2020). Norske Skog was established in 1962 as Nordenfjeldske Treforedling, and was previously largely owned by Norwegian forest owners and their associations. The first newsprint mill was put into operation in 1966 at Skogn. During the 1970s and 1980s, the company expanded to become the largest company within Norwegian wood processing. In the 1990s, the company expanded further into Europe through the construction or acquisition of factories in Norway, France, Austria and the Czech Republic. From 2000, the company became a global player with operations also in Asia, South America and Australasia.

Axactor ASA is a multinationaldebt buyer, headquartered in Oslo. The company is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange. The company was started in 2015 when Nickel Mountain Group acquired ALD Abogados in Spain. Axactor purchased its first NPL portfolio, through its Spanish subsidiary, in February 2016 worth approximately €500 million. In March 2016, IKAS Norge was acquired by Axactor, followed by similar acquisitions in Sweden, Germany, Italy and Finland.

Western Bulk is a global dry bulk shipping company operating around 150 vessels in the handy size to panamax category. The headquarters is located in Oslo, and the company has offices in Singapore, Seattle, Santiago and Casablanca.[1] Western Bulk is owned by about 225 shareholders, with Kistefos AS controlling about 75% of the shares through two of its wholly owned subsidiaries.

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