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Denmark stocks higher after close of trade; OMX Copenhagen20 up 1.66% By Investing.com


© Stocksak Denmark stocks higher at close of trade; OMX Copenhagen 20 up 1.66%

Investing.com – Denmark stocks were higher after the close on Tuesday, as gains in the , and sectors led shares higher.

The added 1.66% was at its highest point for a month at the Copenhagen closing.

DSV Panalpina (CSE:) was the best performer of the session, rising 6.45% or 61.50 point to trade at 1,014.50 by the close. Meanwhile, Netcompany Group (CSE-) gained 6.44% or 15.60 point to close at 258.00. Orsted /S (CSE-) was up 4.45% (26.70 points) to 626.70 late trade.

The session’s worst performers were Jyske Bank A/S (CSE :), which dropped 1.01% or 4.20 point to trade at 409.60 at close. Danske Bank A/S (CSE) dropped 0.44%, or 0.45 points, to end at 101.60. Carlsberg’s A/S B was down 0.38%, or 3.40 to 895.00.

On the Copenhagen Stock Exchange, rising stocks outnumbered declining stocks by 80 percent to 59 percent. 20 ended unchanged.

Crude oil for December delivery rose 0.70%, or 0.59, to $85.17 per barrel. Brent oil for January delivery rose 0.48 or 0.53% to $91.69 per barrel. The December Gold Futures contract rose 7.05 or 0.43% to trade at $1661.15 an troy ounce.

USD/DKK fell by 1.02% at 7.46, while EUR/DKK remained unchanged at 0.01% at 7.44.

The US Dollar Index Futures fell 1.13% to 110.64

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