3.5 C
New York
Wednesday, February 21, 2024

France stocks higher at close of trade; CAC 40 up 0.11% By Investing.com

France stocks higher at close of trade; CAC 40 up 0.11% By Investing.com


© Reuters. French stocks are up at the close of trading; CAC 40 up 0.11%

Investing.com – French stocks were higher after the close on Monday, with gains in , and sectors leading stocks higher.

At the close in Paris, the index gained 0.11%, while the index gained 0.09%.

The best performers of the session were Sanofi SA (EPA:), which rose 0.56% or 0.50 points to trade at 89.76 at the close. In the meantime, Hermès International SCA (EPA:) added 0.42% or 8.00 points to end at 1,918.80 and Compagnie de Saint Gobain SA (EPA:) rose 0.41% or 0.27 points to 66.66 in fence.

The worst performers of the session were Teleperformance SE (EPA:), which fell 1.53% or 2.05 points to trade at 132.05 at the close. ArcelorMittal SA (AS:) fell 0.85% or 0.22 points to end at 25.68 and Renault SA (EPA:) was down 0.65% or 0.24 points at 36.91.

The best performances of the SBF 120 are Voltalia SA (EPA:) up 3.99% to 10.42, Solutions 30 SE (EPA:) up 3.25% to 2.67 and Elior Group (EPA:) which gained 2.73% to close at 2.93.

The worst performers are Clariane SE (EPA:) down 3.14% to 2.40 at close, Valneva (EPA:) which lost 2.20% to 4.72 and X Fab Silicon Foundries EV (EPA:) which was down 1.83% to 10.18 at the close.

On the Paris Stock Exchange, falling stocks were 0 to 0 higher than rising ones.

The index, which measures the implied volatility of CAC 40 options, was unchanged 0.00% at 18.96, a new 52-week high.

Gold futures for February delivery fell 0.56%, or 11.70, to $2,071.80 a troy ounce. Elsewhere in commodities trading, crude oil for February delivery fell 0.61% or 0.44 to settle at $71.33 a barrel, while the March Brent oil contract fell 0. .10% or 0.08 to trade at $77.07 per barrel.

EUR/USD was 0.00% unchanged at 1.10, while EUR/GBP was 0.50% unchanged at 0.87.

U.S. dollar index futures rose 0.15% to 101.06.



Source link

Latest stories