© Reuters. Danish Indices Close Higher; OMX Copenhagen 20 rises 0.38%
Investing.com – The Danish Stock Exchange closed higher Thursday; gains in, and sectors drove indices higher. At the close in Copenhagen, it was up 0.38%. The best performers of the session on the was Ambu A / S (CSE :), which rose 2.73% or 6.6 points to trade at 248.2 at the close. Meanwhile, Genmab (CSE 🙂 advanced 2.71%, 70.0 points, to close at 2,649.0 and the ISS A / S (CSE 🙂 rose 2.35%, 2.40 points, to lay off the session at 104.50. The worst performer of the session was Chr Hansen Holding A / S (CSE :), which fell 4.99% or 30.2 points to trade at 575.0 at the close. Orsted A / S (CSE 🙂 was down 1.53%, or 18.50 points, to close at 1190.50 and Simcorp A / S (CSE 🙂 was down 1.05%, or 9.0 points, to finish at 848.0. Rising shares outnumbered those that fell on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange by 80 to 53 and 20 ended unchanged. Genmab (CSE 🙂 shares rose to all-time highs; up to 2.71% or 70.0 to 2649.0. Crude oil for February delivery fell 0.34%, 0.18, to $ 52.73 a barrel. Elsewhere in the commodities trade, Brent oil for March delivery fell 0.89% or 0.50 to $ 55.56 a barrel, while the February gold futures contract fell 0.50% or 9.20 to trade at $ 1,845.70 a troy ounce. USD / DKK was up 0.23% to 6.1336, while EUR / DKK was down 0.02% to 7.4382. US Dollar Index futures were up 0.06% at 90.388.