Daily News | European shares climbed on Friday

According to the latest market data, European shares climbed on Friday. Allianz had the best performance – it rose up to 1.3 percent, and consequently Europe’s insurance index .SXIP rose 0.7 percent. Most experts agree that it has to do with the announcement of a 2 billion euro share buyback plan and with the rise of STOXX 50. Although European shares climbed on Friday, the euro zone blue chip index posted a weekly fall.

Also on Friday, U.S. President Donald Trump had a speech at a meeting of Asia-Pacific countries in Vietnam. He said that the USA will make bilateral deals with any country in the region if there is mutual respect and benefit. When he was speaking on North Korea, he said the region can’t be their hostage.

As for the market situation in Asia, Asian shares slipped on Friday due to the situation with the American tax reform. Japan’s Nikkei .N225 fell 0.8 percent after 9 consecutive week of rising, and MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan .MIAPJ000PUS fell 0.15 percent. All in all, the situation is quite interesting, and you will definitely find a way to react. Next week is bound to bring many new interesting opportunities, so stay with us for all the trading news you need.  

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