© Reuters. The Danish stock market closed lower; as of the close, the Danish stock market was lower; OMX Copenhagen 20 fell 0.71%
Investing.com-The Danish stock market closed lower on Monday, and the decline in the shares and other sectors led the stock index lower.
At the close in Copenhagen, the index fell 0.71%.
The best performer in the meeting is Danske Bank A/S (CSE:) rose 2.32% or 2.6 points to close at 114.8. At the same time, Ambu A/S (CSE:) rose 1.16% or 2.2 points to close at 192.0, and Coloplast (CSE:) rose 0.89% or 10.5 points to 1184.5 in late trading.
The worst performance in this session was New company A/S (CSE:) fell 4.36% or 33.4 points to close at 732.2. Genome (CSE:) fell 3.07% or 84.0 points to close at 2650.0 and Vestas Wind Systems A/S (CSE:) fell 2.45% or 5.5 points to 219.2.
The number of stocks that fell on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange exceeded the number of stocks that rose from 90 to 65, which was flat on the 16th.
The share price of Coloplast A/S (CSE:) rose to a record high; it rose 0.89% or 10.5 to 1184.5.
Crude oil for January delivery rose 0.47%, or 0.36, to US$76.30 per barrel. In other aspects of commodity trading, Brent crude oil for January delivery rose 0.66% or 0.52 to US$79.41 per barrel, while the December gold futures contract fell 2.01% or 37.20 to US$1814.40 per troy ounce.
The US dollar/Danish krone rose 0.29% to 6.6102, while the euro/Danish krone fell 0.04% to 7.4369.
The dollar index futures rose 0.36% to 96.377.
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