European markets ends higher - The New Indian Express

European markets ends higher

Published: 25th April 2014 08:18 AM

Last Updated: 25th April 2014 08:18 AM

European stock markets closed higher on Thursday. Europe's leading Blue-chip index, EURO STOXX 50 gained 13.84 points or 0.43 percent to settle at 3,189.81. The index has recorded a high of 3,206.80 and a low of 3,150.79 after opening at 3,188.38. STOXX's 52-week range was 2,511.83-3,206.80. Currently the index is up 26.99 percent from 52-week low and down 0.53 percent from 52-week high.While UK's benchmark index FTSE 100 went up 28.26 points or 0.42 percent to close at 6,703.00. The index has registered a high of 6,724.58 and a low of 6,667.65 after opening at 6,675. The FTSE's 52-week range was 6,023.40-6,875.60. Currently the index is up 11.28 percent from 52-week low and down 2.51 percent from 52-week high.Germany's benchmark index DAX went up 4.49 points or 0.05 percent to end at 9,548.68. The index has witnessed a high of 9,645.06 and a low of 9,410.33 after opening at 9,597. The Dax's 52-week range was 7,655.83-9,794.05. Currently the index is up 24.72 percent from 52-week low and down 2.51 percent from 52-week high.Meanwhile, French benchmark index CAC 40 went up 28.46 points or 0.64 percent to end at 4,479.54. The index has witnessed a high of 4,440.63 and a low of 4,499.32 after opening at 4,478.27. The CAC's 52-week range was 3,575.17-4,499.32. Currently the index is up 25.3 percent from 52-week low and down 0.44 percent from 52-week high.

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