Global Exchange Recovery

Global Exchange Recovery has entered the sixth consecutive day. On Friday, stock market prices rose on the European stock exchanges for the third day in a row, thanks to the company’s good business results and market calming after a recent sharp fall. The STOXX 600 index of leading European stocks was around 15.30 in a plus of 0.7 percent, strengthening for the third day in a row.

The London FTSE index was at the same time gaining 0.60 percent to 7276 points, while the Frankfurt DAX strengthened 0.3 percent to 12.380 points, and the Paris CAC nearly one percent to 5268 points. European investors encouraged stock market growth on Wall Street six days in a row, continuing to recover sharply ten days ago, the highest in two years.

On February 8, all three major US indices were 10 percent lower than the record highs achieved in late January. Upon trading on Friday, American indices grew slightly after a strong jump on Thursday. According to Thursday’s rating, Dow Jones strengthened 5.3 percent in the last five trading days while S & P 500 strengthened 4.9 percent. Technological Nasdaq achieved the weakest recovery of 3.3 percent.
And on Asian stock exchanges Friday, stock prices rose the fifth day in a row. At the Tokyo Stock Exchange, the Nikkei index strengthened 1.2 percent to 21,720 points, while last week it rose 1.6 percent. The news from Japan is that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has appointed Central Bank Governor Haruhika Kuroda for another five-year term. Analysts estimate that this will continue the monetary policy incentives for the Japanese economy.