The trading on European stock exchanges ended yesterday with small gains,
The European stock markets activity was lower than usual in light of the fact that on Wall Street there was no trading on the occasion of the US Thanksgiving holiday.
The FTSE increased by 0.2%, the DAX added 0.25% and the CAC grew by 0.3%.
The European stock markets trade is conducted with higher prices, due to the continued rise in oil prices.
The FTSE is rising by 0.8%, the DAX adds 0.6% and the CAC rising by 0.8%.
The European stock markets open the week on the rise.
The FTSE rising by 0.3%, the DAX climbed by 0.1% and the CAC strengthened by 0.2%.
The European stock markets trading is conducted with price declines, continuing to the decline recorded yesterday.
The FTSE is unchanged, the DAX decreasing by 0.6% and the CAC decreasing by 0.2%.
Europe’s leading stock markets are trading with slightly rising prices when the German Dax index rising by 0.1%, the British FTSE rising by 0.9% and the French CAC added 0.6% to its value.
The trading on the European stock market opens the new week with gains.
The FTSE Stock Exchange rising by 1.1%, the DAX adds to value 1.1%, and the CAC strengthened by 1.4%.
The trading on the European stock markets are currently trading with a mixed trend.
The FTSE losing 0.5%, THE dax rising by 0.3% and the CAC retreated by 0.1%.
A strong positive opening in Europe:
The DAX rising by 1.3%, the CAC rising by 1.2% and the FTSE rising by 1.1%.
The European stock markets also react with price decline to the surprising choice of the US presidential Donald Trump , after Asian stock markets reacted with sharp declines, and Tokyo plunged more than 5%.
The FTSE drops by 2%, the CAC loses nearly 3% and the DAX lost 1.5%.
The European stock markets trading is conducted this morning with declines, at the background of disappointing production data in Germany and ahead of the US elections.
The FTSE decreasing by 0.2%, THE dax decreasing by 0.1% and the CAC retreated by 0.2%.