International stock trading in New York closed mostly with gains on Thursday.
The S&P/BNY Mellon Index for American Depository Receipts rose 0.65% to 160.50. The European index fell 0.37% to 146.33. The Asian index rose 1.98% to 208.11. The Latin American index rose 1.89% to 179.73. The Emerging Markets Index rose 2.89% to 341.11.
Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. Its ADRs fell 6.29% when a New York jury found that the Israeli-based pharmaceutical company was liable for its role in promoting opioid addiction. Teva said it disagrees with the decision and plans to appeal as well as pursue the wrong decision.
Cemex SAB de CV’s ADRs rose 2.56% on Thursday after the Mexican building materials company agreed to sell its assets in Costa Rica and El Salvador to Cementos Progresso Holdings, which operates in Central America, for about $335 million. Is. The sale includes a cement plant, a grinding station, seven ready-mix plants, an aggregate mine and two distribution centres.
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