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Israeli markets fell at close of trade; TA 35 fell 0.21%

Investing. com – Israel stock markets fell after close on Wednesday Banking, Contact and Oil and Gas.

With the Tel Aviv stock market closing TA 35 fell 0.21%.

TA 35 and exhibited the most adequate performance of the session. Shapir Engineering Industry (TASE: SPEN) trades at 2,459,000, up 2.97%, or 71.0 points. Meanwhile Superior Left 01 (TASE: SAE) trading at 2.599,000, up 1.64% or 42.0 points Nova Measuring Instruments Ltd (TASE: NVMI) trades at 32.740,0000, up 1.61%, or 520.00 points.

Showing the worst performance of the session OPKO Health Inc. (TASE: OPK) fell 2.48%, or 30.00 points, to close at 1.181,000. Liveperson TA (TASE: LPSN) trading at 19.410,0000, down 2.32% or 460,000 points Shikun & Binui (TASE: SKBN) trades at 1.914,000, losing 2.30% or 45.00 points.

While the number of shares that lost value in the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange was 292, those that gained value were determined as 184. In addition, 27 shares remained stable.

Crude Oil WTI Futures for August delivery lost 2.11%, or 1.59, to trade at $73.66 a barrel. In commodities, on the other hand, Brent Oil Futures for September delivery fell 1.73%, or 1.32, to trade at $75.17 a barrel. Meanwhile, Gold Futures for August delivery rose 0.70%, or 12.65 percent, to $1 an ounce. It sees the process at 822.55 level.

USD/ILS is down 0.60% to trade at 3.2642, while EUR/ILS is down 0.11% to trade at 3.8621.

Dollar Index Futures traded at 92,382, down 0.41%.

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