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Stock Index Europe is pressing fact of disagreement among eurozone finance ministers on the question of providing direct finpomoschi banks.
However, the finance ministers of the eurozone countries approved the allocation of the next tranche of emergency aid to Greece. The volume of payments in this month of 9.2 billion euros, or 12.3 billion dollars is also approved as the new head of the Eurogroup of finance minister Netherlands Jeroen Deysselblum.
Adds confidence to the financial markets with information from the report of the ECB. At the end of 2012 the European Union has closed 511 banks. Most banks were closed in Luxembourg - 124. Next comes France with 105 closed institutions. Italy on the third line, where closed 55 financial institutions.
The European Central Bank noted that the stoppage of the banks was not only due to bankruptcy, but also as a result of mergers and acquisitions.
Sentiment index released today in the business environment of the institute ZEW rose in January by 24.6 points, reaching 31.5. Note that this value was a big surprise to many economists, since, according to the average forecast value of this indicator was increased to level 12, up from 6.9 in December.
FTSE 100 6,181.92 +0.94 +0.02%
DAX 7,710.82 -38.04 -0.49%
CAC 3,755.32 -7.71 -0.20%
Shares of the conglomerate media companies Vivendi SA fell 2.1%. Telephone unit Vivendi expects difficult market conditions over the next year and a half.
Stock ticker BP Plc declined by 0,5%, Total SA - 0.8%.
The market value of Siemens AG rose 1.1%. According to media reports, the company's profit in the last quarter was 1.3 billion euros, which corresponds to the same quarter last year.
The capitalization of the chip maker ASML Holding NV increased by 0.8%, generating National Grid Plc - 0.4%.
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