Fredriksen dominates the Oslo Stock Exchange

On the list of the 25 most valuable foreign companies on the Oslo Stock Exchange, John Fredriksen is listed as owner of four major shipping and offshore companies with addresses in Bermuda and Cyprus.

USD 9.209 billion. That is the combined market value of the four major foreign companies that Norwegian-born shipowner and shipping magnate John Fredriksen owns on the Oslo Stock Exchange.

In a survey of the market values of foreign foreign companies listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange, the Fredriksen company Seadrill alone accounts for 33.26 percent of the combined market value of the 25 biggest companies. The company's market value was listed at USD 8.177 billion.

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