ADR Report: Wall Street Trade in Red
Monday, November 07, 2021 1:54 PM



The Bank of New York Index for American Depository Receipts’ (ADR) is trading down by 0.61 percent, or 0.76 points to 123.86 on Monday with Mexico-based wholesaler, Grupo Casa Saba, S.A. de C.V. C (NYSE: SAB ) being the biggest gainer in the index.

Casa Saba is trading higher by 9.37 percent to $10.50 on Monday. Among the biggest decliner, France-based communication services provider Alcatel-Lucent Common Stock (NYSE: ALU) was trading lower by 9.35 percent to $2.09 an ADR.

The European Index for the ADR’s was trading down by 1.10 points, or 0.95 percent to $114.00.

Among the gainers in the European ADR’s, Denamark-based oil carrier TORM A/S (Nasdaq: TRMD) is up by 3.45 percent to $1.20, and Ireland-based airline company Ryanair Holdings Plc (Nasdaq: RYAAY) higher by 2.56 percent to $29.26 an ADR on Monday. Among the decliners, Alcatel-Lucent fell by 9.35 percent to $2.09 an ADR and Netherland-based financial company, ING Group, N.V. (NYSE: ING ) lower by 4.92 percent to $7.93 an ADR.

The Asian ADR index was trading down by 0.37 percent, or 0.45 points to 119.65.

Among the biggest gaining ADR’s, China-based apprael company China Xiniya Fashion Ltd (NYSE: XNY) is higher by 5.91 percent to $2.15 on Tuesday and China-based television advertising company China Mass Media Corp American (NYSE: CMM) higher by 6.18 percent to $2.40. Among the decliners, China-based bio-diesel company Gushan Environmental Energy (NYSE: GU) fell by 5.80 percent to $1.95 an ADR and China-based e-commerce company E-Commerce China Dangdang Inc. (NYSE: DANG) lower by 6.02 percent to $6.09 an ADR.

The Latin American Index was trading up by 0.35 percent, or 1.23 points to 355.40.

Among the gainers, Casa Saba is trading higher by 9.37 percent to $10.50 an ADR, and Brazil-based electricity company CPFL Energia S.A. CPFL Energia (NYSE: CPL) up 3.87 percent to $26.25 an ADR. Among the decliners, Brazil-based low-cost airline operator Gol Linhas Aereas Inteligentes (NYSE: GOL) is down 2.80 percent to $8.32 an ADR and Chile-based financial services provider Banco De Chile Banco De Chile A(NYSE: BCH ) is down 1.96 percent to $80.83 an ADR.

 

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