Investing.com – Israeli equities were higher after the close on Sunday as sector gains and equities rose.
At the close of Tel Aviv, the 0.43% rise hit a new high of 52 weeks.
The best performers of the session were Melisron (TASE :), which increased by 2.66% or 660 points to trade at 25460 at the close. Meanwhile, First International Bank of Israel Ltd (TASE 🙂 added 2.23% or 250 points to finish at 11450 and Tower Semiconductor Ltd (TASE 🙂 increased 2.22% or 195 points to 8994 at the end of trade.
The worst performers of the session were Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd (TASE :), which fell 2.19% or 67 points to trade at 2992 at the close. New (TASE 🙂 decreased 1.35% or 410 points to finish at 30,000 and City Airport Ltd. (TASE 🙂 fell 1.21% or 70 points, to 5720.
Rising stocks outperformed those of the fall in the Tel Aviv stock exchange between 305 and 178 and 25 ended unchanged.
Melisron shares (TASE 🙂 rose to all-time highs; 2.66% or 660 to 25460. Shares of First International Bank of Israel Ltd (TASE 🙂 rose to all-time highs; 2.23% more or 250 to 11450.
Crude for the October delivery fell 2.58% or 1.64, to $ 61.86 a barrel. Elsewhere in the commodities trade, Brent oil to deliver in November traded up 0.00% or 0.00 to reach $ 64.75 a barrel, while the December gold futures contract fell 0.03% or 0.60 to trade at $ 1782.50 a troy ounce.
The USD / ILS fell 0.26% to 3.2387, while the EUR / ILS fell 0.04% to 3.7889.
US dollar index futures fell 0.13% to 93,470.
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