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European shares rose on Monday morning in the first session of the week, continuing gains for a second session in a row, as investors' risk appetite rose, especially after positive data from Chinese factories in March, as well as reports on the status of the " Within the British Parliament.
The Dow Jones Stoxx Europe 600 rose 0.5% until 11:05 GMT, and the index ended Friday's session up 0.6%, after positive signs of trade talks between the United States and China.
The index rose 11% over the first quarter of this year, posting its biggest quarterly gain in four years, with high sentiment as the US and China continued to make significant progress in trade talks, with major European companies and banks achieving positive results in the quarter. Last year.
The Stoxx Europe Index rose Monday morning in its first weekly session to continue its gains for the second session in a row, with most major stock exchanges and sectors in the Green Zone.
Mining and Basic Resources topped the list of gainers in Europe, rising more than 2% after data in China showed factory activity unexpectedly increased in March for the first time in the past four months, signaling economic recovery in the largest metal consumer And commodities in the world.
S & P 500 futures rose more than 0.5%, and the index ended Friday's session on Wall Street, up 0.7% in the second daily gain, respectively.
The Euro Stoke 50 index rose 0.6%. In France, the CAC 40 index gained 0.6%. In Germany, the DAX added 1.0% to top the gainers list in Europe.
In London, the FTSE 100 index rose 0.7% as UK lawmakers are expected to vote later on Monday on a number of alternatives to the country's secession from the EU. Meanwhile, British Prime Minister Teresa Mae may The separation deal has to vote for the fourth time in parliament on Tuesday.
The United Kingdom now has about two weeks to decide what it will do to move forward with its break-up from the European Union or risk leaving the union on April 12 without an agreement.