How Did European Stocks Close?
Jun 27, 2018
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Positive momentum in European markets continued from yesterday, and drove European markets higher, with the Euro Stoxx 600 +0.72%, the FTSE 100 +1.11%, the DAX +0.93%, and the CAC 40 +0.87%. Periphery markets were broadly higher as well with Spain’s IBEX +0.22%, Portugal’s PSI 20 +0.35%, Italy’s FTSE MIB +0.65%, while Greece’s ASE fell 0.13%. The VSTOXX fell 6 basis points, or 0.35% to 17.18. Yield on Italy’s 10-year fell 8.1 basis points to 2.801%, the German Bund is lower today with yield down 1.9 basis points to 0.317%, and UK treasuries rallied with the yield on the UK 10-year down 5.8 basis points to 1.243%. European currencies are weaker against the USD$, with the GBP£ -.066%, the EUR€ -0.57%, and the SEK -0.66%.
*Data in Price Return, Source: Stockdio
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