European indexes on the green

European indexes finished trading on Thursday on the green territory as investors followed the news from the world's central banks, says CNBC.
The pan-European Stoxx 600 index ended 0.5% up. At the beginning of the session the London FTSE index rose to levels they last saw in August.
Markets brightened Thursday after the presentation of the minutes of the Federal Reserve on Wednesday evening. The documents showed that many members of the Federal Open Market Committee believe that the increase in interest rates in December would be appropriate, but they left a loophole for the same level.
The minutes of the meeting of the European Central Bank did revealed that the possible new stimulus in December.
French catering company Sodexo today presented its financial report and announced an increase in net profit and revenues for the fiscal year ended August 31. This sent the price of its shares and they ended up trading with an increase of about 10%.
British Royal Mail reported revenue for the first half of the year, which maintained its level compared to the same period last year, but the company slightly increased its dividend. That was enough to bring a 5% increase in the price of its shares.

On Wednesday, the US indexes recorded a jump of nearly 1.5%, after the minutes of the meeting of the Federal Reserve in October showed that most members of the Federal Open Market Committee believe that the increase in interest rates in December would be appropriate.
Investors followed the presentation of the Square and the Match today, which is listed on the stock exchange on Thursday. Square is proved disappointing after its shares were traded at cheaper than expected. The parent company of Tinder - Match shares traded at the lower end of expectations - 12 dollars per share.
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