* Potential merged company would rival Potash Corp in market cap
Norwegian Cruise Holdings ( NCLH +0.5% ) and Royal Caribbean ( RCL +0.1% ) trek higher in early trading after rival Carnival tops estimates. Carnival's read on demand and onboard spending is viewed as positive for the sector. Post your comment!
OSLO, Sept 23 (Reuters) - Norway 's $870-billion sovereign wealth fund should be allowed to directly invest in infrastructure such as wind farms and solar plants, the country's opposition Labour party will propose, a plan gaining the support of the majority of parties.
early stage, and there can be no assurances that these discussions will result in any transaction," says Yara in a filing. Norway 's government and possibly parliament would have to approve of any deal, as the state holds 36.2% of Yara, plus an additional
CF Industries confirmed Tuesday that it has entered preliminary discussions with Norway -based Yara about a potential merger between the two crop nutrient producers. Both companies are big producers of nitrogen fertilizer
OSLO, Sept 23 (Reuters) - Fertiliser producer Yara International is in talks with CF Industries about a possible merger of equals, the Norwegian firm said on Tuesday.
* Says IKM Eiendom AS sold on Sept. 22, 2014 all of its 3,575,624 shares in Selvaag Bolig through bilateral trades after Oslo Børs' trading hours at 20.75 Norwegian crowns per share
OSLO, Sept 23 (Reuters) - In an unfashionable part of Oslo, head chef Esben Holmboe Bang's minimalist creations are stirring up food culture in a country where, a generation ago, the height of fine dining was boiled cod and potatoes.
Norway 's government says it will outline plans next spring regarding the electrification ..... about the timetable for providing power from land to the field, after the Norwegian oil directorate agreed with joint operator Statoil (NYSE: STO ) in saying
cheap and there's reason to suggest that the company could be bought out, by its own management. Seadrill is controlled by Norwegian shipping magnate, Mr. John Fredriksen. Fredriksen controls, through one entity or another, 370 vessels and oil rigs and