France shares decrease at shut of commerce; CAC 40 down 0.86% By


© Reuters. France’s stocks fall at close of trade; CAC 40 down 0.86% – France stocks were lower after Thursday’s close as losses across sectors and sectors drove lower stocks.

At the close of trading in Paris, the value fell 0.86% while the index was down 0.84%.

The best performers in the session were Dry SA (PA :), which rose 1.09% or 6.40 points to close at 594.40. Meanwhile, Societe Generale SA (PA 🙂 added 0.24% or 0.04 points to end on 02/17 and Worldline SA (PA 🙂 was unchanged at 0.00%, or 0.00 points, to 79.10 in late trade.

The worst performers at the session were saffron SA (PA :), which fell 2.56% or 3.05 points to close at 115.95. Schneider Electric SE (PA 🙂 was down 2.11% or 2.55 points to finish at 118.30 and Pernod Ricard SA (PA 🙂 fell 2.06% or 3.30 points to 156.80.

The top performers of the SBF 120 were Eramet SA (PA :), which rose 2.53% to 42.92, Neo SA (PA 🙂 which is up 2.45% to 62.70 and Mcphy Energy (PA :), which rose 2.38% and closed at 34.35.

The worst performers were Devoteam SA (PA :), which fell 5.00% to 93.10 in late trade, Remy Cointreau (PA :), which lost 3.97% to settle at 152.30, and Safran SA (PA :), which fell 2.56% to 115.95 in the close.

The fall in stocks on the Paris Stock Exchange was 301 higher than the rise in stocks, to 255, and 92 ended unchanged.

Neoen SA (PA 🙂 shares rose to all-time highs; Increase of 2.45% or 1.50 to 62.70.

The value that measures the implied volatility of CAC 40 options declined 13.30% to 18.96.

Gold futures for February delivery rose 0.50% or 9.55 to $ 1902.95 a troy ounce. Elsewhere in commodities trading, crude oil for delivery fell 0.56% or 0.27 to $ 48.13 a barrel in February, while the Brent oil contract fell 0.58% or 0.30 to $ 51.33 in March per barrel fell.

EUR / USD fell 0.47% to 1.2237 while EUR / GBP fell 0.77% to 0.8953.

The US dollar index futures rose 0.17% to 89,805.

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