European stock markets rise due to tech firms.
European stock markets closed the first trading day of the week with an increase in the value of the shares of technology companies, after the sales experienced last week due to the pressure of individual investors on mutual funds.
The DAX 30 index in Germany closed the day at 13,622.02, with an increase of 1.41 percent, and the FTSE 100 index in the UK at 6,466.42, with an increase of 0.92 percent.
In France, the CAC 40 index increased by 1.17 percent to 5.461.68 points, while the FTSE MIB 30 index in Italy rose to 21.825.51 points, gaining 1.17 percent.
The euro / dollar parity (TSI) was traded at 1.207 levels with a 0.58 percent decrease as of 20.28.
At the close, the benchmark index Stoxx Europe 600 rose 1.24 percent, closing at 400.77 points.
The share markets completed the last week with a decrease, due to the concerns about the GameStop craze. The indexes followed a positive course on the first trading day of the new week, following the positive developments in the supply of vaccines in the European Union.
The bottom line – European stock markets rise due to tech firms.