Israel ranks higher at close of trade; TA 35 increased by 0.57%
Investing.com – Israel stocks were higher after the close on Sunday as gains in the sectors and sectors led shares to higher.
At the close of trading in Tel Aviv, the value rose 0.57%.
The best performers in the session were OPKO Health Inc. (TASE :), which rose 5.35% or 68 points to trade at 1340 at the close. Meanwhile, Tower Semiconductor Ltd (TASE 🙂 added 4.55% or 340 points to end at 7818 and Melisron (TASE 🙂 rose 3.10% or 450 points to 14960 in late trade.
The worst performers at the session were matrix (TASE :), which fell 5.58% or 440 points to close at 7450. Nice Ltd (TASE 🙂 fell 4.32% or 3620 points to 80180 and Liveperson (TASE 🙂 fell 3.42% or 620 points to 17520.
The rising stocks outpaced the declines on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange by 282 to 123 and 19 ended unchanged.
Crude for December delivery fell 2.43%, or 1.00, to $ 40.12 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Brent oil fell 1.91%, or 0.83, to $ 42.70 a barrel for January delivery, while the gold futures contract fell 0.80% or $ 15.05 in December rose, trading at $ 1,888.35 per troy ounce.
USD / ILS fell 0.03% to 3.3685 while EUR / ILS rose 0.22% to 3.9863.
The US dollar index futures fell 0.26% to 92.710.
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