The Asian stock markets trading is conducted today with rising prices, after yesterday there was no trading on Wall Street due to the “Presidents Day”.
The European indexes yesterday closed unchanged, except for the German DAX index which rose by 0.6%.
Good economic news from French, as when the local economy grows fastest since 2011 as services strengthen.
A composite purchasing managers’ Index climbed to 56.2 from 54.1 in January.
In the UK, HSBC shares slide after 62% profit fall.
HSBC attributed the fall to a string of one-off charges, including the sale of its operations in Brazil.
HSBC said its performance had been “broadly satisfactory” given “volatile financial conditions” but warned a rise in global protectionism was a concern.
The bank also announced a smaller-than-expected share buyback.
That also helped undermine shares, which were down by 5% in London.
Among global investors there are feared that the statistical office of President Donald Trump economic data going to be modified.
Trump has not appointed yet anyone from the Council of Economic Advisers in the White House.
The fears of manipulation of the data also arise from the unusual approach of Trump administration’s interpretation of economic data.
The president himself is talking about “real” unemployment much higher than the official, and uses data which cover all citizens of working age who are not employed.
The European stock markets trading is rising this morning.
The FTSE rising by 0.5%, the CAC adds 0.2% to its value, the DAX rising by 0.5%.
The European stock markets trading is conducted with rises.
The English pound strengthened by 0.2% after the British Parliament approved this morning the operation of the exit from the EU.
The FTSE rising by 0.1%, the DAX is climbing by 0.3% and the CAC rising by 0.5%.
There are gains on the European stock exchanges this morning.
The FTSE has remained stable, the DAX adds 0.2% and the CAC climbs by 0.6%.
The European stock markets trade is conducted in a positive trend, in light of the renewed focus on the continent what is happening in Greece, following a disagreement over the International Monetary Fund bailout continued transfer payments to Greece.
The FTSE rising by 0.6%, the DAX is strengthened by 0.3% and the CAC trading is unchanged.
The European stock markets trading is conducted on grounds gates.
The FTSE rising by 0.8%, the DAX is strengthened by 1%, the CAC rising by 1%.
Declines in Europe at the beginning of the trading week.
The FTSE decreasing by 0.9%, the DAX weakened by 0.7%, the CAC loses 1%.
The European stock markets trade is conducted with rising prices due to the increase in Asia and the gains on Wall Street last night.
The FTSE rising by 0.2%, the DAX is strengthened by 0.6%, the CAC rising by 0.4%.
With the beginning of the trading week in Europe, the Dax index falls by 1%, the CAC and FTSE indices lost 0.9% each.
The European stock markets trading is conducted with declines.
London FTSE decreasing by 0.2%, the Dax in Frankfurt weakened by 0.4%, the CAC in Paris decreasing by 0.3%.