European stocks opened today’s market session in positive positions as investors continue to tread the waters lightly in order to avoid risk sentiments as political disagreements, while the U.S. President, Donald Trump refuses to to show any sign of ease.
European stock are expected to continue in the bullish directions throughout the week and will be followed with a solid session in Asia, where stocks posted their strongest one-day rise in almost a month of lows that was pushed even farther up because of the U.S. Dollar mellowing down and the Stabilizing Oil.
Britain’s FTSE 100 is in for an early 27 point gain, according to financial bookmakers IG, while German and French benchmarks are all ready to to last week’s advances in the opening minutes of trading.
To add a note of positivity, The Huntsman Clariant is set to have an increase in sales to up to $13.2 billion which is based on the pro-forma 2016 sales that were adjusted in order to gain a profit of $2.3 billion. The agreement is set to take form before the year ends which was a statement that was released by the company.
In other news, the MSCI Asia ex-Japan index, which is a regional benchmark, was up by 0.9% higher while Japan’s Nikkei 225 was up by 0.45% in the green closing the session at 19,678.28 points amidst the dollar’s weakness which pushed the yen to higher crunches in the overnight trading.