Eastern Fortune Network on the 15th, European time on Thursday, the main European stock index closed up. On the face of the market, auto stocks performed poorly. At the close, the UK's FTSE 100 index closed up 0.37%, rising for the fourth consecutive trading day at 7185.43 points; the German DAX 30 index closed up 0.13% at 11587.47 points. The French CAC 40 index closed up 0.82% to 5,341.78 points.
In the news, according to Xinhuanet, the lower house of the British Parliament voted on the 14th to veto an amendment to the second "Brexit" referendum. Earlier, the British Parliament had vetoed no agreement to leave the EU.
In terms of individual stocks, the Italian Defense Group closed up 13%, the biggest one-day gain in more than seven years, and recovered some of the decline since January 2018. Previously, the company said thatNet profitSignificant growth, sales growth in 2019. Lufthansa's decline was higher, eventually closing down 6.3%, the company reported that its fourth-quarter operating profit fell 11%.
France FebruaryCPIYear-on-year final value: 1.3%, Expected: 1.3% Today's value: 1.3%
France's February reconciliation CPI ring before the final value: 0.1%, expected: 0.1% today: 0.1%
Germany's February CPI year-on-year final value: 1.6%, expected: 1.6% today: 1.5%
Germany's February CPI ring before the final value: 0.5%, expected: 0.5% today: 0.4%
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The current British Parliament has repeatedly rejected the Brexit bill, leaving both the Eurozone and the UK subject to long-term uncertainty. Including the Bank of England and the European Central Bank, currently extremely lowinterest rateThe level is that they are worried about the measures that have to be taken in the event of a recession. The long position of the pound against the dollar will be constrained, unless there is a major turning point in the British Parliament, otherwise the exchange rate is more likely to oscillate in a certain range.