France stocks lower at close of trade; CAC 40 down 0.80% -Breaking
Investing.com – France stocks were lower after the close on Wednesday, as losses in the , and sectors led shares lower.
At Paris’ close, the dropped 0.80% while the index decreased 0.81%.
These were the best performers of the session Renault SA (EPA:) rose 3.79%, or 1.00 points, to close at 27.40. TotalEnergies SE, which gained 1.45% (or 0.81 points) to close at 56.52. STMicroelectronics NV, (EPA:), was also up 0.67% (or 0.25 points) to finish at 37.02.
ArcelorMittal SA(AS:), the session’s worst-performing participant, fell by 3.32% (or 1.02 points) to trade at 29,86 at the end. Danone SA (EPA:), fell by 2.72% or 1.51 to reach 53.98 Pernod Ricard SA (EPA:), was at 177.25 with a drop of 2.50% and 4.55 points respectively.
Renault SA (EPA :), which rose by 3.79% and reached 27.40 was the SBF 120’s top performer. Valneva (EPA) The settling price was 11.69, which was an increase of 2.59% Soitec SA (EPA.) gained 2.33% and closed at 175.60.
Korian Medica SA(EPA:), down 9.51% at 16.94 in late-trade, Atos SE [EPA:] which lost 5.83% at 25.03, and Air France KLM SA (“EPA:”) which was down 4.35% à 1.65 at close.
The Paris Stock Exchange saw falling stocks surpass advancing stock by 323 to198, and the 105 ending unchanged.
TotalEnergies SE shares (EPA:), rose 1.45% to 5.81 to 56.52. Korian Medica SA’s shares fell by 9.51%, or 1.78 to 16.94. Air France KLM SA shares (EPA:), fell by 4.35%, or 0.08 to 1.65 to their 52-week lows.
The was the index that measures implied volatility for CAC 40 options. It was stable at 0.00% and 18.96, an all-time 52 week high.
For August delivery, Gold Futures rose 0.32% to $1858.10 an ounce. Other commodities traded included Crude oil, which rose 3.21 percent to $122.62/barrel in July, and August Brent oil, which rose 3.32 percent to $123.89/barrel.
EUR/USD remained stable at 0.27 to 1.07 while EUR/GBP rose by 0.62% and to 0.86.
US Dollar Index Futures were up 0.9% at 102.42.