International Stocks Trading in New York Close Mixed


International stocks trading in New York ended the day with a mixed performance on Wednesday. Here is a summary of the closing numbers for each index:

S&P/BNY Mellon Index

The S&P/BNY Mellon index of American depositary closed virtually unchanged at 158.63.

European Index

The European index ended the day flat at 153.34.

Asian Index

The Asian index ticked down slightly by 0.1% to close at 183.46.

Latin American Index

The Latin American index edged up 0.1% to reach 206.38.

Emerging-Markets Index

The emerging-markets index recorded a slight increase of 0.1% and closed at 305.31.

Among the active stocks, Amarin saw a significant decline in its ADRs on Wednesday. The biopharmaceutical company’s shares slid by 24% after announcing a restructuring program. This program involves eliminating all sales force positions and about 30% of non-sales roles in the U.S. Additionally, Patrick Holt was appointed as the new president and chief executive of Amarin.

On the positive side, Exscientia experienced a 6.4% increase in its shares. The company had launched EXCYTE-1, a prospective observational study focused on investigating the relationship between ex vivo drug response in primary tumor-derived samples using its medicine platform and actual patient clinical response.

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