Exchanges in Europe ended the trading in different directions

The main European stock indexes closed yesterday's trading session in different directions. The DAX index (Germany) showed symbolic increase by 0.082%, FTSE 100 (UK) dropped by 1.01%, CAC 40 (France) added 0.24%. Yesterday the European Central Bank held a meeting at which it was The European Central Bank decided not to change the interest rate, keeping it at zero. The regulator's statement forecasts a continuation of This policy until inflation returns to the 2 percent level. At the same time, the central bank admitted that the volume of asset purchases under the PEPP program could be reduced. According to analyst Oanda analyst Edward Moya, this statement is a sign that that the current state of the economy is already allowing for a winding down of economic stimulus. The fall of the British index was triggered by the collapse of the share price of airline EasyJet. EasyJet, which exceeded 10% during the trading session. The impetus for this was the news that the latter refused to takeover by Wizz Air.