Leading European stock exchanges began to grow on Monday after Friday's weakening.
- In London, the FTSE100 index is 0.23 percent,
- In Frankfurt, the DAX 30 is 0.34 percent,
- while the CAC-40 in Paris began to increase by 0.28 percent.
On Friday the FTSE index in London weakened by 0.34%, DAX in Frankfurt by 0.11%, and the Parisian CAC exchange weakened by 0.17%.
Plus, BUX is open
Stock index in Budapest, BUX, rose by 15.60 points, on Monday by 39,333.99 points, which means an increase of 0.04%. Compared to Friday's closing.
On Monday, when the European stock market broke, the euro subscribed for 1.1405 USD after Friday's 1.1409 USD.
At the same time, the price of oil in the North Sea per barrel increased by 67 cents to 1 per cent, to 67.43 dollars.
The price of gold per ounce decreased by 2.50 USD, or 0.20 percent, to 1220.50 USD.