The results of the European session on Thursday the session went very well
trading European stocks
up – and again thanks to strong
quarterly reports of major companies.
Thus, the composite Stoxx Europe 600 index rose
Thursday at 0.56% – it seems that the indicator may
complete the July maximum monthly
increase in the last six months. British
FTSE 100 yesterday grew by 0.57%, the German DAX
– 0.4%, French CAC 40 – 0.58%.
companies are very good – says analyst
from Vontobel Asset Management Andreas Nigg. – A fall
indexes on Monday provided
new investors the opportunity to enter
To the market. In addition, the wave of deals
rose quotes those companies that
are considered potential targets
Shares of Royal Dutch Shell Plc
We went up to the end of the session 4.9% when
the company announced the sale of a stake of its shares (33.24%) of the Japanese Showa Shell Sekiyu KK for $ 1.4 billion.
Nokia shares rose 7.5% on positive
the income statement and on the background of an interesting
news, which was announced recently –
chambers for virtual reality.
Shares of Deutsche Bank rose 5.3% – Bank
tripled its profits in the last quarter.
Siemens paper yesterday rose by 4%, when
it became known that the company reduced
net profit of less than 1% – to 1.36
billion euros, while experts expected
only 1.03 billion euros.
Fiat Chrysler rose yesterday by 5.8% after the
forecast changes. But the paper
French Renault fell on Thursday
8%, because the pace of profit growth
Concern is behind compatriots
The value of shares
British HellermannTyton Group Plc soared
42% when Delphi Automotive Plc (formerly a division
General Motors Co.) announced the purchase of the company,
produces cable equipment
for cars, for $ 1.7 billion.
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