European shares rise in support of corporate profits


European shares rise in support of corporate profits and bid for the American Tobacco Company
European shares rise in support of corporate profits and bid for the American Tobacco Company
European stocks rose during trading on Friday with the support of corporate earnings, which rose by 13% during the third quarter. As well as news from the show by the British American Tobacco Company for the purchase of the American Tobacco Company Rinodlz in a deal worth $ 47 billion. Prompting the British American Tobacco shares rise 2.6%.


By 8:28 am GMT, the Dow Jones Stoxx 600 index rose 0.1% after the stock jumped to its highest level in two weeks after comments from the governor of the European Central Bank, "Mario Draghi," which pushed the euro down.


Across Europe, Britain's FTSE 100 rose 0.13% on the London Stock Exchange, as the German DAX index rose by 0.05% at the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, and finally the French CAC 40 index fell 0.09% on the Paris Bourse.