Investing.com – Denmark stocks were lower after the close on Wednesday, as losses in the Consumer Goods, Real Estate and Oil&Gas sectors led shares lower.
At the close in Copenhagen, the OMX Copenhagen 20 lost 0.45%.
The best performers of the session on the OMX Copenhagen 20 were GN Store Nord (CO:GN), which rose 13.05% or 37.4 points to trade at 324.0 at the close. Meanwhile, Danske Bank A/S (CO:DANSKE) added 3.75% or 4.7 points to end at 130.0 and Jyske Bank A/S (CO:JYSK) was up 1.41% or 3.5 points to 251.0 in late trade.
The worst performers of the session were Carlsberg A/S B (CO:CARLb), which fell 2.29% or 18.6 points to trade at 793.2 at the close. FLSmidth&Co. (CO:FLS) declined 2.21% or 7.2 points to end at 318.0 and Ambu A/S (CO:AMBUb) was down 1.37% or 2.1 points to 151.3.
Falling stocks outnumbered advancing ones on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange by 80 to 57 and 11 ended unchanged.
Crude oil for April delivery was up 3.19% or 1.77 to $57.27 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Brent oil for delivery in May rose 2.17% or 1.42 to hit $66.78 a barrel, while the April Gold Futures contract fell 0.57% or 7.55 to trade at $1320.95 a troy ounce.
USD/DKK was up 0.14% to 6.5604, while EUR/DKK fell 0.04% to 7.4616.
The US Dollar Index Futures was up 0.15% at 96.007.