European stock markets open higher

European stock markets started the week with a rise.

After the opening, the Stoxx Europe 600 benchmark index is trading at 425.8 points with an increase of 0.24 percent, and the DAX 40 index in Germany is trading at 13,936 points with a 0.31 percent gain.


In the UK, the FTSE 100 index rose by 0.26 percent to 7,351 points, the CAC 40 index in France increased by 0.28 percent to 6,471 points, the IBEX 35 index in Spain was 8,127 points with a 0.18 percent gain, and the MIB 30 index in Italy was at 8,271 points. It is at 23,736 points with a premium of 0.2.

The euro/dollar parity, which closed the day at 1.0590 with a decrease of 0.3 percent on Friday, is currently trading at 1.0630, 0.4 percent above its previous close.

Analysts reminded that the global stock markets followed a negative course with the recession concerns that strengthened after the central banks signaled that they would continue to increase interest rates, and stated that reaction purchases were effective in the opening of the new week in Europe.

Analysts said that the energy crisis concerns were put into the background with the solution of natural gas supply problems in Europe, at least for this winter, by filling the tanks, and that the Ifo business index to be announced in Germany today will be followed.


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