European markets are slightly higher as the general mood.
The increase in stocks is related to yesterday’s stronger-than-expected GDP for Europe.
The rise in European markets is an indication of a financial revival.
European shares struggled last month, with the Stoxx 600 index falling by 3% from January’s level and suffering its worst monthly performance since 2011 in its first month of January trading.
Today’s announcement from German trade figures that showed exports grew by 5.5 percent compared to last year is also likely to have helped market optimism about Germany’s economy going forward for 2017.”

The Office for National Statistics revealed slower-than-anticipated economic growth for the third quarter of the year in the U.K., with the gross domestic product falling 0.3% between July and September compared to 2021.

Shares increased overnight in Asia-Pacific markets as a result of increased optimism on Wall Street as a result of positive earnings.

After better-than-expected earnings and solid consumer confidence data helped boost markets for a second day, U.S. stock futures were restrained in early trade on Thursday.

European markets are slightly higher

Third-quarter UK economic growth is less than anticipated, according to ONS.

According to the Office for National Statistics, the UK economy shrank more than expected in the third quarter of 2022.

Between July and September, economic output fell by 0.3% quarter on quarter, a 0.2% decrease from the previous estimate of 0.2%.

Business investment fell 2.5% in the second quarter of the year, missing expectations of a 0.5% drop.

Manufacturing and construction slowdowns reduced the headline figure, despite a 0.1% increase in the services sector.

Household disposable income fell 0.5% for the fourth consecutive quarter.

Oil prices are rising due to a lack of heating oil and jet fuel.

Oil prices rose as the United States braces for a “dangerous cold” in the coming days, according to the National Weather Service.

Brent crude futures rose 0.52% to $82.63 per barrel, while West Texas Intermediate futures rose 0.64% to $78.79 per barrel in the United States.

Year-end vacation trips are also expected to increase jet fuel consumption.

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