On Monday on the US and European stock exchanges positive prevailed - the main indices finished the trades with growth. The Dow Jones added 0.76%, the S&P 500 gained 1.19% and the NASDAQ gained 2.01%. German DAX gained 0.46%, British FTSE 100 gained 0.18% and French CAC 40 gained 0.52%.
The positive dynamics was promoted by the recently started season of the corporate reporting for the previous year and the last trimester. So far U.S. companies have presented their financial results, but later this week a number of European majors will do the same.
Players are also likely to see monetary policy easing by the Fed. Its two-day meeting will begin on the last day of January, at which analysts expect to reduce the rate hike step to 25 bps. According to senior analyst and Suzanne Streeter, which reports the agency "Prime" referring to the Franse-Presse, investors are hoping for an end to the concept of rates by the regulator soon. She also noted that the market was encouraged by China's repeal of strict anti-commodity restrictions.