Hafnia seeks transfer to Oslo Stock Exchange in record-high tanker market

Hafnia has applied for a transfer to the Oslo Stock Exchange from its current listing on Oslo Axess. The switch happens in a record-high market for product tanker vessels.

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While product tanker rates are setting records these days, Hafnia Tankers has applied for a listing on the Oslo Stock Exchange, informs the tanker operator.

Hafnia is currently listed on the smaller Oslo Axess exchange, and the company has applied to have its listing transferred to the main stock exchange instead. The move happens at a time when the tanker market is booming, and while the oil price is fluctuating big-time and has dropped significantly.

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