By Allison Prang
International stocks trading in New York rose Thursday.
Criteo S.A. and Orange were among the companies with ADRs that traded actively.
The S&P/BNY Mellon index of American depositary receipts rose 0.9% to 132.43. The European index increased 0.5% to 104.18, the Asian index improved 1.4% to 206.98, the Latin American index rose 0.7% to 138.06 and the emerging markets index increased 1.3% to 366.15.
ADRs of Criteo rose 21% Thursday to $16.95. The company reported its third-quarter earnings a day earlier and also gave fourth-quarter guidance. Revenue and profit both fell in the quarter from a year ago.
ADRs of Orange closed 6.9% higher at $11.19. The company reported its third-quarter results on Thursday and its board approved returning to its old dividend.
--Mauro Orru contributed to this article.
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