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Denmark stocks lower at close of trade; OMX Copenhagen 20 down 1.28% By Investing.com


© Reuters. Denmark stocks are lower as of close to trade. OMX Copenhagen20 is down 1.28%

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

After the Copenhagen closing, the index fell by 1.28% and reached a new 1 month low.

They were the top performers at the session ISS A/S CSE:, which rose by 1.92% (or 2.60 points) to close at 138.30. In the meantime, Pandora The A/S(CSE) gained 1.54%, or 12.0 points, to close at 792.0. Orsted A/S/CSE was up 1.15% (or 9.80 points) to 858.60 late trade.

Ambu A/S(CSE:) was the worst performer of the session, falling 4.66% (or 8.9 points) to close at 181.0. Vestas Wind CSE: Systems A/S declined by 3.61%, or 9.3 points, to reach 248.2 Simcorp The A/S (CSE 🙂 fell 2.45%, or 18.6 to 741.2.

The Copenhagen Stock Exchange saw falling stocks surpassing advancing stock by 106 to 41, while 18 ended the same.

Crude oil rose 0.25 percent or 0.19 to $75.22/barrel for November delivery. Brent oil, which is available for December delivery, rose 0.30 percent to reach $78.61/barrel, and the December Gold Futures contract rose 0.19 percent or 3.35 cents to trade at $1760.35 per troy ounce.

USD/DKK declined 0.13% at 6.4141 while EUR/DKK dropped 0.02% at 7.4368.

At 94.078, the US Dollar Index Futures fell 0.17%.

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Mike Robinson
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