Bergesen Books Big Loss On Kvaerner Sale

Thursday, July 13, 2000
Bergesen d.y. ASA booked a net loss of $24.3 million from the sale of all of its shares and rights issues in Kvaerner. Bergesen sold Kvaerner A-shares at 107.45 crowns and rights issues in A-shares at 24.45 crowns. From the first quarter of 2000 Bergesen's accounting has been done in dollars. It said as a result of the conversion from Norwegian crowns, the book value of the shares in Kvaerner were set at the dollar value at the time of acquisition.
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