Among the heavy weights, the ABB workshops and Atlas Copco workshops take the largest up with a price increase of 1.6 and 1.8 per cent respectively.
Atlas Copco has received its target price raised by analysts in the stockbroker Jefferies stock before raising the course.
The share of Ericsson, the Swedish competitor, rises 0.9 per cent since the Trump Government introduced a ban on the provision of components and technology to Huawei without the express permission of the government. Around 70 other companies are subject to the same penalties.
In the morning, Handelsbanken announced its intention to abolish its operations in the Baltic countries. The proportion has fallen by 0.4 per cent.
The TV company NENT Group, which recently originated from MTG, takes SEK 1.5 billion in a new bond loan. The proportion falls by 0.8 per cent.
The world's crude oil prices rise for the third consecutive day due to increasing geopolitical tension in the Middle East. It is considered that the risk of conflict is higher than the practice after attacks on the oil industry in Saudi Arabia and since the US moved its embassy in Baghdad in part.
The krona loses a couple of ears against the dollar, which costs 9:61 kronor. At the same time, one euro is SEK 10:75, unchanged from Wednesday.