Stock prices in Europe and Asian Stocks were mostly up on Monday as investors partially regained optimism after last week’s falls in financial markets, which were fueled by concerns that rising interest rates could lead to a recession.
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“There has been optimism in global financial markets as the week begins,” said Suzanne Streeter, senior investment and markets analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown.
“City Index” analyst Fawad Razakzada warned that the decline in world financial markets may continue.
US stock market indices “Dow Jones Industrial Average”, “Standard & Poor’s 500” and “Nasdaq “Composite” did not change on Monday, as the stock exchanges had a holiday.
of London the stock index FTSE 100 rose 0.9% to 7,232.65 points on Monday, the Frankfurt stock exchange index DAX 30 fell 0.3% to 12,773.38 points, while the Paris Stock Exchange’s CAC 40 index rose 0.4% to 5,954.65 points.
of New York In electronic trading of the stock exchange, the price of WTI crude oil rose by 1.8% to 110.37 US dollars per barrel on Monday. “Brent” crude oil price on the London Stock Exchange rose by 1.9% to 113.78 dollars per barrel.
Euro against the US dollar rose from 1.0414 to 1.0431 dollars per euro on Monday, the British pound against the US dollar rose from 1.2095 to 1.2116 dollars per pound, and the US dollar against of Japan yen increased from 135.21 to 135.69 yen per dollar. The euro fell against the British pound from 86.10 to 86.09 pence per euro.