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European ADRs Trading Higher

American depositary receipts of European stocks were trading 1.53% higher at 1,039.99 on the BNY Mellon Europe Select ADR Index on Monday.

In continental Europe, the gainers were led by medical device maker Edap (EDAP) and pharmaceutical company Novo Nordisk (NVO), which climbed 8.1% and 4.2% respectively. They were followed by software firm Talend (TLND) and semiconductor company Sequans Communications (SQNS), which rose 4% and 3.8%.

The decliners in continental Europe were led by online dating site operator Spark Networks (LOV) and telecommunications company Ericsson (ERIC) which fell 4.2% and 1.7% respectively. They were followed by Nokia (NOK), a provider of network infrastructure and semiconductor company STMicroelectronics (STM), which lost 1.4% and 1%.

In the UK and Ireland, the gainers were led by software firm Endava (DAVA) and pharmaceutical company Avadel (AVDL), which rose 1.8% and 1.7% respectively. They were followed by biopharmaceutical firm Amarin (AMRN) and biotech company GW Pharmaceuticals (GWPH), which were up 1.4% and 1.3%.

The decliners in the UK and Ireland included medical equipment maker Smith & Nephew (SNN) and consumer goods company Unilever plc (UL) which dropped 0.9% each. Alcoholic beverages distributor Diageo (DEO) moved 0.5% lower.

American depositary receipts of European stocks were trading 1.53% higher at 1,039.99 on the BNY Mellon Europe Select ADR Index on Monday.

In continental Europe, the gainers were led by medical device maker Edap (EDAP) and pharmaceutical company Novo Nordisk (NVO), which climbed 8.1% and 4.2% respectively. They were followed by software firm Talend (TLND) and semiconductor company Sequans Communications (SQNS), which rose 4% and 3.8%.

The decliners in continental Europe were led by online dating site operator Spark Networks (LOV) and telecommunications company Ericsson (ERIC) which fell 4.2% and 1.7% respectively. They were followed by Nokia (NOK), a provider of network infrastructure and semiconductor company STMicroelectronics (STM), which lost 1.4% and 1%.

In the UK and Ireland, the gainers were led by software firm Endava (DAVA) and pharmaceutical company Avadel (AVDL), which rose 1.8% and 1.7% respectively. They were followed by biopharmaceutical firm Amarin (AMRN) and biotech company GW Pharmaceuticals (GWPH), which were up 1.4% and 1.3%.

The decliners in the UK and Ireland included medical equipment maker Smith & Nephew (SNN) and consumer goods company Unilever plc (UL) which dropped 0.9% each. Alcoholic beverages distributor Diageo (DEO) moved 0.5% lower.

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