The market of the shares of Israel closed occurrences, TA-25 fell by 0.74%

The market of the shares of Israel closed occurrences, TA-25 fell by 0.74% – stock exchange Israel ended the Sunday in the autumn on the background of negative dynamics on the part of the sectors , and .

At the time of closing on the Tel Aviv stock exchange fell by 0.74%.

The heads of state and heads of government growth in the components of the index according to the results of today’s trading were the shares of the Gazit-Globe, Ltd. (TA:), which rose to 117,00 P. (3,56%), in the vicinity at around 3,400,000. Quotes Mylan NV (TA:) rose 340,00 P. (2,34%), the completion of the trade at the level of 14.900,0000. Paper Avner, O&g Par (TA:) the price has risen to 5.7 p (2,15%), disabled 271,0.

The leaders of the falling began, the shares of OPKO Health Inc. (TA:), the price fell to 860,000 P. (19,50%) and ended at around 3,550,000. The shares of First International Bank of Israel (TA:) climbed to 30,00 P. (0,53%), in the vicinity of the level 5.620,000, Bezeq and Ord (TA:) the price has decreased to 2.0 p (0,27%) and ended the trade at 730,0.

On the Tel Aviv stock exchange the number of securities in the price (273) exceeded the increase in the number of closed in the red (91), quotes, and 81 shares almost unchanged.

Futures on WTI with delivery in February rose by 0.24% or 0.13, reaching $53,90 per Barrel. In respect of other products, the prices of Brent crude oil for March delivery fell by 0.19% or 0.11 to $56,74 per Barrel. Gold futures with delivery in February fell by 0.53% or 6,10, up to the mark of $1.152,00 per fine ounce.

In the meantime, Forex-USD/ILS rose by 0,57% to 3,8650 and quotes EUR/ILS rose by 0.51%, reaching 4,0560.

The USD-index fell by 0.28% to 102,37.

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