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Israel stocks lower at close of trade; TA 35 down 0.04% By

© Reuters. Stocks in Israel are lower after close of trade. TA 35 is down 0.04% – Israel stocks were lower after the close on Sunday, as losses in the , and sectors led shares lower.

The decline in Tel Aviv was 0.04% at the closing.

Tower Semiconductor Ltd., which gained 2.34% (or 223 points) to trade at 9739 by the end of the session was among the top performers. During this time, Maytronics The TASE: was at 7.56 and 157 respectively to reach 7561. Nova: (TASE 🙂 was at 1.51% and 500 to reach 33670 late in trade.

They were also the worst performers of the session. Ormat Technologies TASE:, which dropped 2.43% or 597 points to close at 22933. Alony Hetz Properties and Investments Ltd declined 2.07%, or 107 point to close at 5063. OPC Energy Ltd (TASE 🙂 dropped 1.77% to 33227, or 60 point.

By 258 to 228, falling stocks outnumbered those in the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, while 43 ended unaffected.

December crude oil delivery was stable at 0.00%. That’s 0.00 to $81.73/barrel. Brent oil rose 0.84 or 1.00% to $84.84 per barrel in commodity trading. The December Gold Futures contract dropped 1.65%, or 29.70, to $1768.20 an ounce.

The USD/ILS was up 0.5% to 3.221, and the EUR/ILS rose 0.12% at 3.7383.

US Dollar Index Futures were down 0.00% at 92.996.

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