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The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange opens its third trading day this week, after the New York stock exchanges changed the direction of trading last night and closed in a negative trend.

As of 10:50 a.m., the ta 35 index fell by 0.6%, ta 125 weakened by 0.65%, and the banks index fell by 1.4%.

On Monday, trading in Tel Aviv ended. The ta 35 index rose 0.8%, ta 125 rose 1%, and the {11092|banks}} index rose 1.6%.

On the European markets, trading opened on Tuesday with a negative trend. Dax falls by 0.74%, potsi weakens by 0.3%, and Hack loses 0.9%.

There was a mixed trend in Asian markets on Tuesday. The Japanese nikkei rose by 0.65%, the Shanghai index rose by 0.04%, and the Hang Seng fell by 0.95%.

New York futures are trading at this early time stable and close to the base levels, after a decline on Monday, when the Dow Jones index fell by 0.69%, the S&P 500 fell by 0.84%, and the Nasdaq lost 0.8%.

Double stocks returned to Tel Aviv this morning with a negative gap of 0.5% and overshadowing the indices. Of the flying stocks, there is not a single stock with a positive gap.

On the other hand, Horizon (NASDAQ:OPK) returned with a large negative gap of 4.7%, leibpherson (NASDAQ:LPSN) at 3.8% and Nature (TASE:TEVA) with a negative gap of 1.7%.

Among the ta 125 stocks this morning, energix (TASE:ENRG) shares stand out, which rise 3% later to 15% since the beginning of the month, equitel (TASE:EQTL) adds 2.7%, and Enlight (TASE: ENLT)-2.6%.

Returning from New York this morning, the Israeli company (TASE:ILCO) falls by 3.3%, and Leibpherson loses 2.9%, also amid an arbitration gap.

Shares of retilors (TASE:RTLS) fell 2% after the company announced the acquisition of Pot Locker Europe shares in a joint Dutch company that operates Nike (NYSE:NKE) stores across Europe.

The company plans to open a significant number of new stores in the coming years, and by the end of 2025, its goal is 80 to 100 Nike stores in Europe.

Shares of afhl (TASE:AFHL) rose by 2.8% amid reports that the company has concluded agreements on the conduct, planning and procurement of electric power and civil works (Design-Built) for the construction of wind turbines in the Golan Heights with an estimated cash amount of 84 to 87 million..

In the Forex market: the shekel is trading in a mixed trend on Tuesday morning: the dollar weakens compared to the shekel and falls by 0.15% to 3,442 shekels per dollar, while the euro is growing by 0.87% and is trading at 3,5266 shekels per euro.

The price of bitcoin dropped by 2% and it was sold on Tuesday morning at a price of $21,829 per bitcoin.

On Tuesday, oil prices rose slightly. The price of crude oil rises by 0.33% and is trading at $99.77.

The price of an ounce of gold fell 0.1% to $1,709.3.

Paul Roberts
Paul Roberts

Paul Roberts 51 years old Born in Edinburgh. Married. Studied at University of Oxford, Department of Public Policy and Social Work. Graduated in 1997. Works at Standard Life Aberdeen plc.

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