Two shipping companies enter top-25 on Oslo exchange

Two shipping companies have made it onto the list of the 25 most traded shares on the Oslo exchange. One of them is a tanker carrier that, like the rest of its sector, is riding a wave of high rates.

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Two shipping companies are now among the most liquid stocks on the Oslo Stock Exchange.

Every 6 months, the Norwegian exchange publishes its so-called OBX index, which shows the 25 most traded stocks. And in the latest version, shipping lines Frontline and BW LPG make the list.

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