The stock markets are rising after comments from the Federal reserve Bank of new York.
World stock markets show upward movement on the background of the positive statements of the head of the financial regulator of new York.
Major US stock indices on Thursday rose within 0.4% in the correction to the previous decline. The participants of the market practically did not pay attention to the weak statistics on the labor market, according to which the number of initial claims for unemployment benefits in the U.S. rose to 216 thousand.
Asian markets on Friday showed a rise of 0.8-1%. Investors reacted positively to statements by the head of the Federal reserve Bank of new York by John Williams, who believes that monetary policy “is better to take preventive measures than to wait for a catastrophe”.
Market participants also drew attention to the statistics of Japan, according to which consumer prices in the country in June rose 0.7%, matching market expectations.
The major stock indexes of Europe on Friday, rising 0.6% to 0.9% including corporate news. Shares of the brewing company Anheuser-Busch InBev rose nearly 5% amid reports of the sale of the Australian division of the Japanese Asahi Group Holdings for 11.3 billion dollars.
The Russian stock market is also rising on Friday to 0.6-0.7% after the world’s stock exchanges. The ruble is declining moderately against the dollar and Euro amid falling world oil prices.