Sun: TASE opens week lower as banks fall

The banks and Delek led the TASE down today as Teva and NICE bucked the market.

The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange fell today. The Tel Aviv 35 Index fell 0.45%, to 1,867.85 points; the Tel Aviv 125 Index fell 0.80% to 1,896.77 points; and the BlueTech Global Index fell 0.69% to 386.76 points. The All Bond corporate bond index fell 0.10% to 377.83 points. Turnover totaled NIS 752.4 million in equities and NIS 1.48 billion in bonds.

On the foreign exchange market, the Bank of Israel set the representative shekel-dollar rate up 0.219% on Friday, at NIS 3.656/$, and the representative shekel-euro rate was set 0.110% lower at NIS 3.992/€.

Bank Leumi (TASE:LUMI) led the market today, falling 1.09% on the day's biggest trading turnover. Bank Hapoalim (TASE: POLI) fell 0.57%, Israel Discount Bank (TASE: DSCT) fell 0.65% and Mizrahi Tefahot Bank fell 0.77%.

Energix Renewable Energies (TASE: ENRG) fell 2.89% for the biggest fall on the Tel Aviv 35 Index today. Delek Group Ltd. (TASE:DLEKG) fell 1.49% and Big Shopping Centers (TASE: BIG) fell 1.50%.

NICE Systems Ltd. (Nasdaq: NICE; TASE:NICE) rose 1.45%, and Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. (NYSE: TEVA; TASE: TEVA) rose 2.55%. Camtek (Nasdaq: CAMT; TASE: CAMT) rose 2.62% for the biggest rise on the Tel Aviv 35 Index today.

Outside of the Tel Aviv 35 Index, Opko Health (NYSE: OPK; TASE: OPK) fell 16.22% after announcing a plan for a private offering of convertible senior notes.

Published by Globes, Israel business news - - on January 7, 2024.

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