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Israel stocks higher at close of trade; TA 35 up 0.38% By

© Reuters. Israel stocks rise at the close of trading; TA35 up 0.38% – Israel stocks were higher after the close on Wednesday, as gains in the , and sectors led shares higher.

The added 0.3% reached a record high at the Tel Aviv close.

They were the top performers at the session Energix (TASE): The TASE rose 5.11%, or 71 point to trade at 1460 by the close. During the meantime, OPC Energy Ltd (TASE) gained 3.21%, or 104 points, to close at 3342. Alony Hetz Properties and Investments Ltd was up 3.08% (155 points) to 5180 in late trading.

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. (TASE:) was the worst performer of the session, falling 3.10% or just 102 points to close at 3188. ICL Israel Chemicals Ltd. (TASE 🙂 lost 1.85% (49 points) to finish at 2603. Nova was 1.85% (610 points) lower to 32320.

The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange saw rising stocks surpass declining stocks by 326 to 175, 21 ending unchanged.

Alony Hetz Properties and Investments Ltd shares rose to 52 week highs (TASE:), gaining 3.08%, or 155 to 5308.

The November crude oil delivery price was the same at 0.00%, or $80.64 per barrel. Brent oil, which was due for delivery December 31, fell by 0.06% (0.05) to reach $83.37/barrel, while December Gold Futures contracted rose 2.03% (37.55) to trade at $1795.05 per troy ounce.

US/ILS increased 0.07% from 3.2324, while EUR/ILS increased 0.47% from 3.7412.

At 94.162, the US Dollar Index Futures fell 0.38%.

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