The leading indicators of the leading European stock exchanges moved minimally at the start of Monday’s trading compared to their closing closing values on Friday.
In London, the FTSE100 index rose by 0.11 percent, the DAX 30 index in Frankfurt fell by 0.08 percent, and the Paris CAC-40 index by 0.04 percent.
On Friday, London’s FTSE weakened by 0.06 per cent, while the Frankfurt DAX rose by 0.72 per cent and the Paris CAC stock market index by 0.27 per cent.
On Monday, at the European stock market, the euro was quoted at $ 1.1229 after $ 1.1237 on Friday night.
At the same time, the price of Brent crude oil in the North Sea rose by 57 cents (0.81 percent) to $ 71.19.
The price of gold per ounce fell by 0.37 percent ($ 4.75) to $ 1,282.65.