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Denmark stocks higher at close of trade; OMX Copenhagen 20 up 0.72% -Breaking

© Reuters. Stocks in Denmark are higher after close of trade. OMX Copenhagen 20 is up 0.72% – Denmark stocks were higher after the close on Thursday, as gains in the , and sectors led shares higher.

After the Copenhagen closing, the gain was 0.722%.

They were the top performers at the session Vestas Wind Systems A/S, which rose 5.15% (or 11.0 points) to trade at 224.7 by the close. Orsted A/S(CSE:), which gained 4.52%, or 37.60 point to close at 868.80, and Demant A/S: was up 2.54% (or 8.0 points) to trade at 323.2 in late trading.

They were also the worst performers of the session. Rockwool International CSE:, which dropped 4.37% (or 126 points) to trade at 2760 by the close. Chr Hansen Holding A/S declined by 1.25% (or 6.4 points) to finish at 506.2, while DSV Panalpina was down 0.90% (or 13.0 points) to 1438.5.

The Copenhagen Stock Exchange saw rising stocks surpass declining stocks by 107 percent to 44 percent, while 18 ended the same.

Crude oil was $0.36 lower at $78.03/barrel for January delivery. Brent oil, which was due for delivery January 2, fell 0.23 or $0.3 to reach $82.02/barrel. The December Gold Futures contract, however, rose 0.26%, or 4.60, and traded at $1788.90 per troy ounce.

USD/DKK declined 0.09%, to 6.6339. EUR/DKK climbed 0.05% to 7.4363.

At 96.778, the US Dollar Index Futures fell 0.10%.

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Mike Robinson
Mike covers the financial, utilities and biotechnology sectors for Street Register. He has been writing about investment and personal finance topics for almost 12 years. Mike has an MBA in Finance from Wake Forest University.