The main European securities markets were closed on Thursday; The New York Fair was closed for a national holiday.
According to non-final data, in London, the FTSE-100 index weakened by 0.06 per cent, while in Frankfurt the DAX index strengthened by 0.12 per cent, while the Paris CAC-40 index rose by 0.03 per cent compared to Wednesday’s closing value.
Of the pan-European indices, FTSE EuroFirst 300 was 0.08 percent, Stoxx Europe 600 was 0.10 percent, and the EuroStoxx50 index was 0.18 percent plus.
Oil prices fell. At the close of European markets, the price of Brent crude oil in the North Sea was 16 cents (0.25 percent) per barrel, down $ 63.66. The WTI American light oil variety in the western hemisphere was recorded at 34 cents (0.59 percent), down $ 57.
The euro stood at $ 1,1284 in the early morning after $ 1,1287.
The price of gold was 0.22 percent ($ 3.15), down $ 1417.75 an ounce.