The leading Western European stock market indices have opened up on Friday.
The main index of the London Stock Exchange, the FTSE-100 Index, was 0.58 percent, the Frankfurt DAX Index 1.04 percent, and the Paris CAC-40 launched a 0.76 percent increase. EuroStoxx50 rose by 0.84 percent from the euro area companies’ aggregates.
The euro was registered at $ 1,1229 on the international interbank foreign exchange market at 9 am on Friday morning, with a 0.08 percent increase in the single European currency compared to the closing day of the previous day.
The two major crude oil blends, the North Sea Brent and the West Texas Intermediate (WTI), are the most important for global trade.
In the July futures subscriptions, the Brent dropped 0.40 per cent plus $ 70.67 per barrel, while the June delivery WTI earned $ 0.53 per profit.
On Thursday, major European stock exchanges closed strongly. The London FTSE-100 index fell 0.87 percent to 7207.41, the Frankfurt DAX index fell 1.69 percent, down to 11,973.92, and the Paris CAC-40 index fell 1.93 percent to 5313.16. In Milan, the benchmark index fell by 1.82 percent and in Madrid by 1.43 percent. Among the pan-European indicators, the Stoxx Europe 600 and FTSE Eurofirst 300 index fell by 1.65 percent, while the EuroStoxx50 euro area index dropped by 1.95 percent.