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%.
Wall Street stock exchanges open the trading session with sharp gains.
The Dow Jones index rising by 1.4%, the Nasdaq and S&P 500 rising by 1.5%.
The trading on Wall Street ended with a rise yesterday.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose by 0.7%,the Nasdaq by 0.9% and the S&P 500 was up by 0.6%.
This was followed by positive economic data released in the US , including a nine-year high consumer confidence, and despite of the drop in oil prices.
The futures contracts on leading indices on Wall Street traded at this time with gains of 0.3%.
The trading on Wall Street closed higher for the third day in a row, while the Nasdaq rose by 0.8% to a record level of all-time.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose by 0.5%, led by shares of Boeing (131.87 1.00%) which rose by 1%, and S&P 500 by 0.6%, as the real estate segment increased by 2%.
Wall Street opened the trading day with gains of 0.5% in the leading indices.
The Nasdaq rising to a record level.
The European stock markets are going up this morning, after yesterday they closed at the lowest level for more than a month.
FTSE rising by 0.2%, the DAX adds 0.2% and the CAC rising by 0.1%.
The statistics office in France reported that the consumer price index rose in August. The index in August rose by 0.3% compared to July, and compared with the corresponding month last year it increased by 0.2%.
The data was in line with expectations.
Gains are recorded in Asia this morning, after the positive trend on Wall Street last night.
Tokyo rising by 0.4%, Hong Kong by 0.8% and Seoul by 0.5%.
The European stock markets trade is conducted with a rise prices after the markets closed yesterday their best month since 2015.
FTSE rising 0.4%, the DAX climbing by 0.6% and the CAC rising at a similar rate.
The trading day in the US is expected to open with slight declines in the stock indices, after the trading ended yesterday in a small rise.
The European stock markets are currently trading on a negative trend, in light of profit taking after the gains of the past few weeks.
At the background of the trading, the disputes between the heads of the Federal Reserve regarding the timing of the next interest rate rise (if any).
On Wednesday the protocol of the last Fed meeting will be released and they will reveal the differences of opinion.