Norway

  1. Norway’s SWF Up Despite 5% UK Real Estate Haircut

    Norway's sovereign wealth fund returned 1.3% in the second quarter of 2016 despite ...
  2. Why Norway Does Not Anticipate $100 Oil (STO)

    Discover why Norway's Petroleum and Finance Minister Tord Lien does not think the ...
  3. 2 Best Norway ETFs for 2016 (ENOR, NORW)

    Learn about the top two exchange-traded funds, or ETFs, that track the Norway equity ...
  4. Weakest Currencies against the U.S. Dollar in ...

    The U.S. dollar has been pummeling other currencies, largely due to falling global ...
  5. The Currencies Most Affected by Falling Oil Prices

    Oil prices can dramatically affect countries that rely on energy production for a ...
  6. Is Norway's Statoil a Safe Oil Bet?

    For those who want to place a bet on oil, Norwegian state-backed company Statoil ...
  1. Why Norway Does Not Anticipate $100 Oil (STO)

    Discover why Norway's Petroleum and Finance Minister Tord Lien does not think the ...
  2. 2 Best Norway ETFs for 2016 (ENOR, NORW)

    Learn about the top two exchange-traded funds, or ETFs, that track the Norway equity ...
  3. Is Norway's Statoil a Safe Oil Bet?

    For those who want to place a bet on oil, Norwegian state-backed company Statoil ...
  1. Is Norway a developed country?

    Learn why Norway's GDP, anti-corrupt laws and oil exports make it a developed nation and one of the wealthier nations in ...
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