© Reuters. Danish stocks fell at the close of trading; OMX Copenhagen 20 decreased by 0.69%
Investment.com – Danish shares fell after closing Wednesday, as losses in industries and sectors caused stocks to fall.
Closed in Copenhagen, down 0.69%.
The best performers of the session were GN Store Nord (CSE :), up 1.28% or 6.8 points to trade at 538.8 at the close. Meanwhile, Demant A / S (CSE 🙂 added 0.44% or 1.3 points to finish at 297.2 and Genmab (CSE 🙂 was up 0.37% or 8.0 points to 2156.0 in late trading.
The worst performers during the session were AP Moeller – Maersk A / SB (CSE :), down 2.82% or 425 points to trade at 14655 at the close. Orsted A / S (CSE 🙂 fell 2.13% or 22.00 points to finish at 1012.00 and Chr Hansen Holding A / S (CSE 🙂 fell 2.02% or 12.2 points to 590.4.
The number of decliners outnumbered advancers on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange between 78 and 63 and 16 ended unchanged.
Shares of Demant A / S (CSE 🙂 rose to a 52-week high; increased by 0.44% or 1.3 to 297.2.
Crude oil delivered in May increased 4.50% or 2.71 to 62.89 USD / barrel. Elsewhere in commodity trading, June price of Brent crude rose 4.16% or 2.65 to $ 66.32 / barrel, while June gold futures fell 0.71% or 12. , 45 transactions at 1735.15 USD / ounce.
USD / DKK decreased 0.20% to 6,122, while EUR / DKK increased 0.03% to 7.4375.
The US Dollar Index Futures was down 0.20% at 91,657.
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