Norwegian cruise stocks are at a premium over the past year and a half and some are seeing price drops as low as 1,100 Norwegian Kroner (NKR).
That is the lowest they have ever been.
Gevo, a Norwegian cruise operator, is one of the top Norwegian cruise companies.
It has had a steady rise in passenger numbers and has grown its share of the Norwegian market in recent years.
The Norwegian Cruise Index, a measure of Norwegian cruise ships, was recently at a record high of 9.05% in 2017.
However, according to a report by Invest Norway, the share of cruise ships operating in Norway has dropped to 8.4% in 2019.
In the past few months, Gevo has had its share price drop by more than 40%.
According to Invest Norwegian, Gevelo’s share price fell to 9.2% in July 2018.
Gevelos share price has since risen to a record 11.3%.
Gevo is one that has seen its share prices drop a lot in the past two years.
At the end of 2018, its share was hovering around 9.5%.
However, the stock price of the company was at 9.6% on July 27, 2018.
At that time, the company had $3.2 billion in revenue.
Gevelo is a Norwegian company with a Norwegian name.
The company is based in Iceland and operates in Norway.
In addition to its cruise lines, Gevos other businesses include the construction and development of a hotel in Reykjavik and a hotel chain in Copenhagen.
Gevilo was launched in 2018 and has since grown in size to include over 500 cruise lines in over 70 countries.
The number of Norwegian cruises in operation is currently around 100.
Gevos share prices have been stable in recent months, but there have been some ups and downs.
In 2017, the market price of Gevels stock was around 9,900 NKR.
But that is now at 10,600 NKR, according a report from Invest Norway.
The market value of the share has dropped by a total of 1,300,000 NKR (about $6,300) in the last year and it is expected to drop further.
Investors are now looking at buying Gevel.
Gevo’s stock price dropped to around 965,000 Norwegian Kroners in 2018, but has since dropped to 990,000 in 2019, according the report.
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