European exchanges closed higher, recouping a decline of the news from Paris

European exchanges closed higher, recouping a decline of the news from Paris


The British index FTSE 100 has made 6268,76 points, the German DAX 30 grew to 10971,04 points, French CAC 40 – up to 4937,31 item.

MOSCOW, Nov 17. Major stock indices in Europe closed the trading day Tuesday positive dynamics, having reduced after a series of attacks on Friday in Paris, according to data exchanges.

At the end of trading Tuesday, the British FTSE 100 accounted 6268,76 points, an increase of 1.99%, German DAX 30 grew by 2.41% to 10971,04 points, French CAC 40 — on 2,77%, to 4937,31 item.

Friday night in Paris there was a series of terrorist attacks. Unknown opened fire at one of the restaurants, three explosions were heard in the vicinity of the stadium “Stade de France”, where was held a friendly match the football teams of France and Germany, and attended by French President Francois Hollande. In addition, at a rock concert at the “Bataclan”, the unknown took hostages. According to the latest data, has killed 129 people, 352 were injured.

“At least now most of the stocks on a global scale do not significantly react to the events that occurred last week in Paris,” he told Agence France — Presse TrustNet Direct analyst Tony Cross (Tony Cross).