On the European Stock Exchange on Tuesday morning, stock prices rose for the second day in a row, and the STOXX 600 index reached an all-time high.
The STOXX 600 index, which leads European stocks, rose 9% at 9:30 am and reached a new record level.
At the same time, the London FTSE index rose 0.10% to 7,059 points, while the Frankfurt DAX index rose 0.70% to 15,548 points, and the Paris CAC rose 0.10% to 6,414 points.
The market was positively affected by yesterday’s Wall Street growth. The Dow Jones Index rose 0.5%, while the S&P 500 Index rose 1%, and the Nasdaq Index rose 1.4%, mainly due to a rise in the price of technology stocks by more than 2%.
Therefore, the industry is the biggest winner of the European Stock Exchange this morning, with an average growth rate of 1.1%.
At the same time, after news that Europe’s largest real estate group Vonovia (Vonovia) bid 18 billion euros to acquire rival German competitor Deutsche Wohnen (Deutsche Wohnen), Germany’s DAX index hit a record high.
DW’s stock price has risen by nearly 16%, while Vonovie’s stock price has fallen by more than 6%.
In the Asian stock market, stock prices rose this morning, so the MSCI Asia Pacific Stock Index, which excludes Japanese stocks, rose 1.3% at around 9:30 a.m. and reached a two-week high.
At the same time, on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, the Nikkei index rose 0.7% to 28,553 points.