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Denmark stocks higher at close of trade; OMX Copenhagen 20 up 0.41% -Breaking

© Reuters. Denmark stocks are higher as close to trade. OMX Copenhagen20 up 0.41% – Denmark stocks were higher after the close on Thursday, as gains in the , and sectors led shares higher.

At Copenhagen’s close, the index rose by 0.4%.

These were the best performers of the session ISS A/S (CSE:) traded at 134.00 after the close, rising 2.52% or 3.30 point. Meanwhile Vestas Wind Systems A/S, CSE:), gained 1.95% (or 5.2 points) to reach 271.9. Demant A/S: (CSE/) rose 1.46% (or 4.4 points) to 304.9 in late trading.

Carlsberg (CSE): was among the worst-performing session participants, with a drop of 1.51% (16.0 points) to close at 1042.0. GN Store Nord, (CSE:), fell 0.86%, or 3.6 point to close at 416.6 Rockwool International CSE: was at 2908 with a drop of 0.78%, or 23 points.

On the Copenhagen Stock Exchange, rising stocks outnumbered those in decline by 86 to 61% and 21 respectively.

Dec delivery crude oil fell 2.79%, or 2.33 to $81.09 per barrel. Brent oil, which was due for delivery December 1, fell 2.9%, or 2.22, to $83.60 per barrel. The December Gold Futures contract, however, fell 0.26 or 4.65, to trade at $1780.25 an ounce.

USD/DKK were up 0.12% at 6.3934 and EUR/DKK rose by 0.02% to 7.4406.

US Dollar Index Futures were up 0.1% at 93.638.

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