11:05 AM EDT, 09/22/2023 (MT Newswires) -- European equities traded in the US as American depositary receipts ended the week on an up-note Friday, rising 0.67% to 1,207.08 on the S&P Europe Select ADR Index. However, the gain won't be enough to keep the index from closing out the week modestly lower.
From continental Europe, the gainers were led by biopharmaceutical company Cellectis (CLLS) and internet browser company Opera (OPRA), which rose 5.4% and 2.8% respectively. They were followed by oil and gas company Eni (E) and furniture maker Natuzzi (NTZ), which were up 2.7% and 2.6% respectively.
The decliners from continental Europe were led by financial services company ING (ING) and biotech firm Biophytis (BPTS), which dropped 5.2% and 2% respectively. They were followed by biopharmaceutical company DBV Technologies (DBVT) and 3D printer company Materialise (MTLS), which were down 1.4% and 1% respectively.
From the UK and Ireland, the gainers were led by financial services company Lloyds Banking Group (LYG) and mining company BHP Group (BHP), which were up 3.3% and 3.1% respectively. They were followed by biopharmaceutical company Mereo BioPharma Group (MREO) and oil and gas company BP (BP), which rose 2.3% and 2% respectively.
The decliners from the UK and Ireland were led by biotech firm Trinity Biotech (TRIB) and biopharmaceutical company Bicycle Therapeutics (BCYC), which lost 6.4% and 5.1% respectively. They were followed by biopharmaceutical companies Biodexa Pharmaceuticals (BDRX) and TC Biopharm (TCBP), which were down 3.5% and 1.8% respectively.
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