European stocks rose, EUR / USD weakens
stock markets this morning lost
position, but straightened after
as it became aware of the fact that English,
and European regulators left
interest rates unchanged. Till
It is a press conference, Mario Draghi (she
It continues until 17.30 MSK) briefed
You indexes. To date, the Stoxx
Europe 600 index rose by 0,90%, DAX
It added 1.41% SAS 40 firmed 1.30%.
British National FTSE index
100 added 0.51%.
I slid down to 0.58% in relation to
dollar and is now trading at 1.2414.
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Stock Europe again went into the negative
stock markets entered the longest
YTD period of continuous
reduction of quotations. Session on Tuesday
is the sixth in a row, ending in
red zone. The main reason for distrust
Investors – Greece. yesterday international
creditors received another offer
from Athens, which does not correspond to their
requirements. I reflected on the mood
European investors and the negative
macroeconomic data from China.
Stoxx Europe 600 yesterday
lost 0.39%. FTSE 100 eased
0.53%; CAC 40 decreased by
0.15%; DAX down 0.58%.
As for individual stocks, then 2.7%
Deutsche Securities lowered quotes
Telecom. Deutsche Bank goes through
investigation of clients’ operations. In his
offices are searched, so
capitalization of the largest German
creditor yesterday decreased by 2.5%.
HSBC Holdings yesterday
He became a major newsmaker credit
sector: he announced the reconstruction,
plans to cut costs and staff.
The logical consequence of minus 1% of the market
sector also dipped. Societe Generale reduced
evaluation of securities and Anglo American Plc
Rio Tinro c “buy” to
“Keep”. The result – the loss of capitalization
2% and 1.3% respectively.
The Australian will rise, and then fall
slightly recovered ground against most rivals Tuesday. its
role in this was played and the positive data from China and the positive dynamics
stock markets. This resulted in a large-scale restoration USD / JPY to
109.29 mark, and fall EUR / USD in the area of 1.1280. Chinese
Statistics from the sharp rise in export markets has attracted attention because it
perceived as the stabilization of the economy after a difficult period
slowdown and the collapse of financial sites. That is why the market
He came back positive, and under attack were the most “risk-free assets.”
markets continued their upward movement was greatly fostered by a positive
Chinese statistics. Meanwhile, Brent yet updated
4-month high of 44.93 dollars. / Bbl., But then go
able. Gold sharp pullback in the area in 1240 dollars. / Oz. On the understanding that
housekeeper in the world can all be not so bad.
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LONDON (Reuters) – European stock markets fell to a minimum of one month on the first trading day of the quarter on Friday due to the loss of the energy sector amid falling oil prices.
The pan-European FTSEurofirst 300 index fell 2.5 percent, the minimum value for the month, and by 17.16 GMT lost 1.45 percent. During the first quarter index decreased by 7.7 percent.
Shares of the energy sector slipped by 0.48 percent, as falling oil prices reduced the value of BP shares (LON: BP) and Total (PA: TOTF). [O / R]
Shares of German steelmaker Thyssenkrupp rose 6.57 percent, since the publication Rheinische Post reported that the Indian company Tata Steel plans to buy a stake in the European division of Thyssenkrupp.
(Atul Prakash. Translated Xenia Orlova)