Europe opens mostly higher after sell-off

Thursday, 15. September 2022 09:03

European stocks opened mostly higher on Thursday as markets began recovering from a global sell-off from earlier in the week and investors awaited trade balance figures from the Eurozone.

The FTSE 100 rose 0.26% at 9:02 am CET. Rolls-Royce, up 2.19%, led the gains.

The DAX added 0.15% at 9:03 am CET. The best performer was Deutsche Bank, whose shares climbed 1%.

The CAC 40 declined 0.08% at 9:02 am CET with Worldline down 1.23%, as the worst performer on the index.

The euro lost 0.22% against the dollar to go for 0.99605 at 8:57 am CET and the pound was down 0.18% compared to the US currency, selling for 1.15192 at the same time.

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