The Frankfurt Stock Exchange DAX Index rose 1.61 percent to 12.124.17 points while the Paris Stock Exchange CAC40 increased 1.03 percent to 4975.50. London's FTSE 100 Index closed 1.47 percent at 7050.23.
The pan-European index Stoxx 50 increased 1.21% to 3.153.91.
The European stock market, which was on a downward trend when the technology stock fell in New York the day before and the uncertainty surrounding the brecksheet agreement rose, recovered some of the decline on the previous day due to the influx of purchases on the day. However, it is unclear whether the upward trend will continue in the long term.
Dean Popplewell, Vice President of OANDA, a foreign brokerage firm, said in a statement to AFP that "technology and auto shares lead the market," he said.