European shares showed better-than-expected results


European stocks shares increased on Tuesday. Better-than-expected results could have been observed on Wall Street and on Asia stock exchanges. The figures for Halliburton, Swiss bank UBS, and Apple rose, while the European stocks benchmark increased by 0,6%. Auto shares increased in general sectors: spare parts producer Hella rose its figure by 2,8%. French company Faurecia jumped by 5,9% after its first half of the year profitability. British FTSE index was prepared to a forthcoming pound decline which is caused by Boris Johnson results in his prime minister race. Expectations that the ECB will reduce interest rates were another reason for positive changes.

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