European shares start higher ahead of ECB verdict

European shares start higher ahead of ECB verdict

On Thursday, European stocks started higher because market participants were monitoring the European Central Bank's approaching monetary policy verdict, amid ascending expectations that the EU’s major financial institution will announce the unwinding of its highly anticipated asset-purchase program.

The EURO STOXX 50 grew 0.27%, Germany’s DAX 30 soared 0.56% and France’s CAC 40 gained 0.15%

The ECB was believed to leave interest rates intact later on Thursday. Traders were especially waiting for comments by ECB President Mario Draghi for any clues as for the future path of the key bank's stimulus program.

Besides this, market sentiment rose after Donald Trump concluded a shocking deal with Democrats in Congress for the purpose of extending the debt ceiling.

Well, if passed by the Republican-led Congress, the given agreement would ensure government funding until December 15, thus averting an unprecedented default on American government debt.

In London, FTSE 100 soared 0.04%, underpinned by Imperial Brands, whose equities rallied 2.94%.




Asian equities take a time out

On Tuesday, Asian equities took a tiny step back after three straight trading winning sessions, with financial markets consolidating hoping that an upswing in global surge could outlast a probable hike in American borrowing costs this week…


Bank of Canada Meeting

The Bank of Canada will publish its rate statement at 17:00 MT time on December 6…

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