Investing.com – Israeli stocks fell after the close on Thursday, as sector and sector losses led shares lower.
At the close in Tel Aviv, it fell 0.54%, hitting a new one-month low.
The biggest gainers of the day were Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd (TASE:), which rose 2.98% or 89.00 points and traded at 3,078.00 at the close. while, Energix (TASE: added 1.37% or 20.00 points to close at 1,482.00, and Alony Hetz Properties and Investments Ltd (TASE: 1.05% or 51.00 points) rose to 4890.00 points at the close of trading.
The worst performance in the session was ICL Israel Chemicals Ltd (TASE:), which fell at 3.09% or 93.00 points, and its price was 2,914.00 at the close. Shares in Mivne Real Estate KD Ltd (TASE:) fell 2.92% or 35.00 points to 1,163.00 and Israel Company (TASE:) It fell 2.91% or 4,300.00 points to 143,700.00.
Declining shares outnumbered advancers on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange by 258 to 221, while 38 closed unchanged.
Crude oil for October delivery fell 3.77%, or $3.34, to $85.14 a barrel. Elsewhere in commodity trading, Brent oil for November delivery was down 3.49%, or $3.28 a barrel, while gold futures for December were down 2.13%, or $36.35, to trade at $1,672.75 an ounce.
USD/ILS rose 0.76% to 3.45, while EUR/ILS rose 0.92% to 3.45.
US Dollar Index futures rose 0.04% to 109.42.