London’s FTSE-100 and Frankfurt’s DAX index weakened by 0.11%, while the Paris CAC-40 strengthened by 0.18%. The euro zone EuroStoxx50 index also ended trading with a gain of 0.04 percent.
At the close of the European stock market, the Dow Jones industrial average in New York was up 0.24 percent, the S&P 500 index was up 0.42 percent, and the Nasdaq was up 0.75 percent.
Brent crude rose 2.69 percent, or $2.18, to $82.79. Gold fell 0.43 percent to $1,976.15 an ounce.
The price of European gas also increased: in the TTF’s December futures quotation, it closed at EUR 45.75 per megawatt hour, which is 1.52 percent higher than Friday’s closing value.
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