Europe’s major markets climbed on the first day of trading after Spain was granted a €100bn bailout for its banking sector over the weekend.
Asian indices fell overnight, mirroring losses in the US and Europe, over fears about the impact a Greek exit from the single currency could have on the rest of the region.
Paris-based ABC Arbitrage, parent company of ABC arbitrage Asset Management, has reported strong growth in the first half of 2011.
17.16 This ends Investment Europe’s markets blog after an eventful Friday for capital markets on the Continent and in America. We wish you a restful weekend ahead of what's expected to be another busy day when markets reopen next week. For further analysis...
European equities trades increased 32% between the first quarter of 2010 and the first quarter of 2011, in a wider indication of the recovery of the market.