European shares rose at the beginning of Tuesday’s trading, with shares of travel and entertainment companies gaining 0.9%, despite the losses of Wall Street and Asian shares.
Final Eurozone and UK services PMI data for September is due later today.
In a separate context, the drug regulatory authorities in Europe agreed, yesterday, to give the booster dose of the “Pfizer” and “Moderna” vaccines to Prime Time Zone who have weak immunity against the “Corona” virus.
In terms of trading, the “Stoxx Europe 600” index rose by 0.2% to 452 points, while the French “CAC” rose 0.5% to record 6,509 points.
The German “Dax” rose 0.2% at 15,068 points, and the British “FTSE” rose 0.4% to 7,040 points.
The article, the rise of European stocks despite the losses of global stock exchanges, was written in Al Borsa newspaper.