The main European stock indices closed trading on Monday with corrective growth after falling within 5% at the end of last week, according to trading data. As a result of the trading day, the British FTSE 100 index rose by 1.5%, to 7121.81 points, the French CAC 40 – by 0.64%, to 5920.09 points, the German DAX – by 1.06%, to 13265.6 item. Last week, key European indices ended with a fall of 4-5%, being under pressure from general market concerns about the prospects for the global economy. Traders’ fears intensified after the US Federal Reserve raised the rate by 75 basis points for the first time in 28 years. According to IG analyst Chris Beauchamp, quoted by Reuters, the absence of major decisions from global central banks this week will allow stock markets to stabilize, “albeit not for long.” Source: PRIME

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