Investing.com – Denmark stocks were higher after the close on Friday, as gains in the Financials, Healthcare and Personal&Household Goods sectors led shares higher.
At the close in Copenhagen, the OMX Copenhagen 20 rose 2.57% to hit a new 3-months high.
The best performers of the session on the OMX Copenhagen 20 were Danske Bank A/S (CO:DANSKE), which rose 5.23% or 6.3 points to trade at 126.8 at the close. Meanwhile, Novo Nordisk A/S Class B (CO:NOVOb) added 4.36% or 13.2 points to end at 317.4 and DSV (CO:DSV) was up 2.73% or 14.2 points to 533.6 in late trade.
The worst performers of the session were Ambu A/S (CO:AMBUb), which fell 7.30% or 12.6 points to trade at 160.0 at the close. FLSmidth&Co. (CO:FLS) declined 2.79% or 8.5 points to end at 296.4 and Lundbeck A/S (CO:LUN) was down 1.16% or 3.3 points to 282.4.
Rising stocks outnumbered declining ones on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange by 82 to 45 and 15 ended unchanged.
Crude oil for March delivery was up 2.31% or 1.24 to $55.03 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Brent oil for delivery in April rose 2.53% or 1.54 to hit $62.38 a barrel, while the April Gold Futures contract fell 0.22% or 2.85 to trade at $1322.35 a troy ounce.
USD/DKK was down 0.19% to 6.5088, while EUR/DKK rose 0.02% to 7.4658.
The US Dollar Index Futures was down 0.08% at 95.232.