Denmark stocks lower at close of trade

Losses in the Healthcare, Oil and Gas and Chemicals sectors led to less stocks and Denmark shares were lower after closure on Friday.

Near Copenhagen, OMX Copenhagen 20 lost 1.41% to hit a new 1-month low.

Novozymes A / S B (CSE: NZYMb) added 1.17% or 3.6 points to end 310.2 and Chr. Hansen Holding A / S (CSE: CHRH) rose 1.05% or 6.2 points to 597.2 in late trading. The best representatives of the OMX Copenhagen 20 session were Pandora A / S (CSE: PNDORA), which rose 3.15% or 8.0 points to trade at 262.0 at the end.

Novo Nordisk A / S Class B (CSE: NOVOb) lowered 2.52% or 8.2 points to end 318.8 and Genmab (CSE: GEN) was down 2.29% or 27.5 points to 1171.0. The worst representatives of the session were William Demant Holding A / S (CSE: DEMANT), which fell 4.95% or 10.2 points to trade at 196.0 at the end.

Increased reserves were lower than those on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange from 66 to 51 and 24 were closed unchanged.

In commodity trading, Brent diesel for distribution in September rose 0.65% or 0.43 to hit 66.95 dollars per barrel, while Gold Gold Futures contract grew 0.30% or 4.25 to trade at $ 1410.95 a troy ounce. Crude oil for August delivery rose 0.60% or 0.36 to $ 60.56 per barrel.

USD / DKK dropped 0.06% to 6.6312, while EUR / DKK rose to 0.01% to 7.4667.

The dollar’s US dollar index fell 0.15% to 96,520./


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