Denmark stocks higher at close of trade; OMX Copenhagen 20 up 0.99% By Investing.com
Investing.com – Denmark stocks were higher after the close on Tuesday, as gains in the , and sectors led shares higher.
The gained 0.9% at the Copenhagen close.
AP Moeller – Maersk (CSE:) was the best performer of the session, rising 4.64% to 16240 by the close. AP Moeller – Maersk A/S A (CSE 🙂 gained 4.46%, or 730 point to close at 17100. DSV Panalpina A/S A (CSE 🙂 was also up 2.89%, or 42.5 to 1511.0 late trade.
GN Store Nord, (CSE:) was the worst performer of the session. It fell 7.04% (30.8 points), to close at 406.4. Ambu A/S(CSE:), which fell 1.32% (or 2.4%) to trade at 180.1, was the worst performer of the session. Chr Hansen Holding CSE:: A/S was at 513.2, down 1.27% (or 6.6%)
The Copenhagen Stock Exchange saw rising stocks surpassing declining stocks by 87 percent to 56 percent, and ended the day unchanged at 21.
Shares in GN Store Nord fell 52 weeks to their lowest point, losing 7.04% (30.8 to 406.4). Ambu A/S shares (CSE:), fell to 52 week lows, down 1.32% or 2.5 to 180.1. The shares of Chr Hansen Holding A/S(CSE:), fell 52 weeks to their lowest point; falling by 1.27%, 6.6, 513.2.
Crude oil was 1.69 to $79.31 per barrel higher for November deliveries. Brent oil rose 2.3% or 1.65 to reach $82.91/barrel, and the December Gold Futures contract lost 0.42% (or 7.45) to trade at $1760.15 per troy ounce.
USD/DKK rose 0.1% to 6.4058 while EUR/DKK rose by 0.03%, to 7.4378.
US Dollar Index Futures were up 0.8% at 93.852
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