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Denmark stocks lower at close of trade; OMX Copenhagen 20 down 0.08% By Investing.com


© Reuters. Denmark stocks lower at close of trade; OMX Copenhagen 20 down 0.08%

Investing.com – Denmark stocks were lower after the close on Wednesday, as losses in the , and sectors led shares lower.

At the close in Copenhagen, the declined 0.08%.

The best performers of the session on the were Danske Bank A/S (CSE:), which rose 2.11% or 2.2 points to trade at 103.9 at the close. Meanwhile, ISS A/S (CSE:) added 2.11% or 2.80 points to end at 135.80 and Vestas Wind Systems A/S (CSE:) was up 1.95% or 4.9 points to 256.4 in late trade.

Novozymes (CSE:) fell 2.7%, or 10.1 points, to close at 477.7. Rockwool International B (CSE:) declined 1.80% or 58 points to end at 3162 and Novo Nordisk A/S Class B (CSE:) was down 0.96% or 6.2 points to 642.6.

The Copenhagen Stock Exchange saw rising stocks surpass declining stocks by 98 percent to 57, while 11 of them ended the same.

Crude oil was 1.26 percent higher at $71.75 per barrel for November delivery. Brent oil rose 1.33 percent to $75.69 per barrel in commodity trading. The December Gold Futures contract gained 0.044% to $1778.95 an ounce.

USD/DKK declined 0.10%, to 6.3358. EUR/DKK climbed 0.02% at 7.4358.

US Dollar Index Futures fell 0.08% to 93.127.

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Mike Robinson
Mike covers the financial, utilities and biotechnology sectors for Street Register. He has been writing about investment and personal finance topics for almost 12 years. Mike has an MBA in Finance from Wake Forest University.