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European stock markets on the rise of the indices. This is caused by the positive statements of the oil giant BP and Germany's biggest lender Deutsche Bank.
Were lower than forecast data on the index of business optimism and business sentiment in the Eurozone. Data on the labor market in Germany was at the level of the forecast.
U.S. financial markets do not work today with Hurricane Sandy.
FTSE 100 5,840.35 +45.25 +0.78%
CAC 40 3,440.99 +32.10 +0.94%
DAX 7,269.57 +66.41 +0.92%
BP shares rose 3.5%. BP's net profit in the third quarter of 2012 compared to the same period last year increased by 7.7% - to $ 5.434 billion profit, adjusted for one-off factors, was $ 5.2 billion expected by analysts at Bloomberg $ 4 billion company also announced an increase in dividend by 12.5% - to 9 cents per share.
Capitalization of Deutsche Bank AG rose 3.3%. Germany's largest bank increased its net profit in the third quarter of 2012 by 3% - up to 747 million euros from 725 million euros in the same period last year.
UBS AG shares jumped 5.6%. So the market reacted to the statement of the planned reduction in 10 thousand jobs, which has been discussed by investors and the release of kapitalozatratnyh trading.
5.1% shares fell Danske Bank, the largest bank in Denmark. This related to statements of intent to carry out an additional issue for 7 billion euros ($ 1.2 billion) by the end of next year to bring the capital adequacy ratio of the first order and 13%.
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