Israel stocks lower at close of trade; TA 35 down 1.27% -Breaking
Investing.com – Israel stocks were lower after the close on Monday, as losses in the , and sectors led shares lower.
The closing in Tel Aviv saw the stock drop 1.27%, to a 6-month low.
These were the best performers of the session Strauss Group TASE: traded at 8545.00 after the close, up 1.42% (or 120.00 points). Meanwhile, Bank Hapoalim TASE: Added 1.40%, or 40.00 points, to bring the total up to 2,896.00 Azrieli Group Late trade saw a rise in Ltd (TASE) by 1.11%, or 280.00 points, to 25,600.00
Liveperson (TASE) was the worst performer of the session, falling 5.84% or 374.00 point to close at 6,026.00. Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. (TASE) fell 3.95%, or 105.00 point to close at 2,555.00 Energix (TASE:) fell 3.70%, or 40.00 points, to 1,040.00.
By 434 to 77%, falling stocks outnumbered those on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange. 22 ends unchanged.
Shares of Energix (TASE) dropped to 52 week lows. They fell 3.70% (40.00 to 1,040.00).
The June delivery of crude oil was 4.85% lower or 5.32 at $104.45 per barrel. Brent oil, which was due for delivery on July 11, fell 4.56% (or 5.13) to reach $107.26/barrel, and the June Gold Futures contract declined 1.00% (18.90) to trade at $1.863.90/troy ounce.
The USD/ILS exchange rate was up 0.2% at 3.43 while the EUR/ILS exchange rate rose 1.4% to 3.63.
At 103.44, the US Dollar Index Futures fell 0.25%.