LONDON / NEW YORK – Wall Street and European stock markets today jump in value, and the same situation is with the dollar and the euro.
The leading European indices mainly contemplate, with German DAKS rising 0.1%, London's FTSE by 0.3%, while French KEK has recorded fewer changes, reports AP.
The shares in the energy companies were dominated by an increase in Volstrites prices, which removed some of the losses recorded the day before.
The S & P 500 index increased by 13 points or 0.5 percent to 2 735 points, Industrial Dau Jones with 107 points or 0.4 percent to 25 394 points and Technological Nasdaq with 31 points or 0.4 percent to 7 232 points .
The recovery of oil prices has helped to increase the value of energy company shares.
The American "light" oil (WTI) increased 1.6 percent to $ 56.59 a barrel in New York, while Northwestern Brent fell 1.9 percent to $ 66.73 a barrel in London.
The dollar rose to 113.92 yen from yesterday's 113.86 yen and the euro to $ 1,1316 with $ 1,1268.
Japan's Nikei index increased by 0.2 percent, South Korea's Kospi dropped by 0.2 percent and Hang Seng Hang for 0.5 percent.