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Denmark stocks higher at close of trade; OMX Copenhagen 20 up 0.78% -Breaking


© Reuters. Denmark stock prices higher after close of trade. OMX Copenhagen 20 is up 0.78%

Investing.com – Denmark stocks were higher after the close on Wednesday, as gains in the , and sectors led shares higher.

The rose was 0.78% at the Copenhagen close.

Ambu A/S(CSE:) was among the top performers during the session, rising 4.43% or 7.6 to trade at 179.2 by the close. Meanwhile, Genmab (CSE -) climbed 2.78% to 2629.0, and AP Moeller – Maersk / A (CSE -) increased 2.72% to 649.0. Late trade saw AP Moeller – Maersk AP A/S A (CSE -) rise 2.72% to 649.0.

They were also the worst performers of the session. Pandora CSE: A/S, which dropped 2.21% or 19.6 point to trade at 868.6 by the close. Danske Bank CSE:: A/S declined 1.08%, or 1.2 points, to close at 114.5. Orsted A/S: (CSE 🙂 fell 1.00% (or 8.40 points) to 835.60.

The Copenhagen Stock Exchange saw falling stocks surpass advancing stocks by 77 percent to 72 percent, and ended the day unchanged at 19 percent.

The January delivery of crude oil was 0.42 percent higher at $72.47 per barrel. Brent oil rose 0.37 percent to $75.81 per barrel in commodity trading. The February Gold Futures contract dropped 0.09% to $1783.05 an ounce.

USD/DKK fell 0.58% at 6.5615 while EUR/DKK increased 0.03% at 7.4363

The US Dollar Index Futures were down 0.4% at 95.985.

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