Israel stocks lower at close of trade; TA 35 down 1.30% -Breaking
Investing.com – Israel stocks were lower after the close on Wednesday, as losses in the , and sectors led shares lower.
The closing in Tel Aviv saw the stock market drop 1.30%, to a 6-month low.
Teva Pharma Industries Ltd (TASE 🙂 rose 3.9% or 90.00 to close at 2,910.00. Tower Semiconductor Ltd. (TASE) gained 2.02%, or 310.00 points, to close at 15,690.00 Ormat Technologies TASE: was up 1.55%, or 400.00 points, to 26,280.00 by late trade.
These were the worst performers of the session. Shikun & Binui TASE:, which dropped 5.87% (101.00 points) to close at 1,620.00. Mivne Real Estate KD Ltd declined 3.80% (or 40.00) to finish at 1,013.00. Alony Hetz Properties and Investments Ltd fell 3.78% (179.00) to reach 4,551.00.
The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange saw falling stocks surpass advancing by 395, 98, and 30, respectively.
Shares in Shikun & Binui (TASE:) fell to 52-week lows; down 5.87% or 101.00 to 1,620.00.
July’s crude oil delivery rose 0.2% or 0.32 to $110.09/barrel. Brent oil, which is available for August delivery, rose 0.18 or 0.21 to $110.87 per barrel. The June Gold Futures contract dropped 1.08%, or 20.16, to $1,845.24 an ounce.
USD/ILS declined 0.19% from 3.34 to 3.57, and EUR/ILS dropped 0.87% to 3.57.
US Dollar Index Futures were up 0.45% to 102.33.