Investing.com – The Danish Stock Exchange closed higher on Wednesday; gains in, and sectors drove indices higher.
At the close in Copenhagen, 0.81% added to reach a new all-time high.
The best performance of the session in the was GN Store Nord (CSE :), with a rise of 2.79%, or 14.4 points, to settle at 529.8 at the close. They are followed by Coloplast A / S (CSE :), which advanced 1.36%, 13.2 points, to close at 981.4, and Ambu A / S (CSE :), which rose 2.72%, 6 , 4 points, until dismissing the session at 241.7.
The worst performer of the session was Orsted A / S (CSE :), which fell 1.06% or 9.20 points to trade at 857.60 at the close. Rockwool International B. (CSE 🙂 was down 1.00% or 31 points to close at 3058 and Demant A / S (CSE 🙂 was down 1.55% or 5.4 points to 343.2.
Rising shares outnumbered those that fell on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange by 79 to 66 and 14 ended unchanged.
Crude oil for July delivery fell 0.20%, 0.14, to $ 69.91 a barrel. Elsewhere in the commodity trade, Brent oil for August delivery fell 0.03% or 0.02 to $ 72.20 a barrel, while the August gold futures contract fell 0.00% or 0.05 to trade at $ 1,894.35 a troy ounce.
USD / DKK was down 0.10% to 6.1021, while EUR / DKK was up 0.03% to 7.4363.
US Dollar Index futures were up 0.00% to 90.078.
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