Stock indexes in Western European countries has decreased at the end of trading on Friday and ended July in the red.
About it reports MarketWatch.
The publication says that reports of the companies failed to allay fears about the recovery of the world economy in the context of pandemic coronavirus
The composite index of the largest enterprises of the region Stoxx Europe 600 by the close of trading fell by 0.89% and amounted to 356,33 points. The index showed a monthly decline for the first time in four months.
British FTSE 100 has decreased on 1,54%, reaching its lowest level since may 15.
The German DAX fell by 0.54% – to the lowest level since July 1, the French CAC 40 – on 1,43%, also to its lowest level since July 1. Italy’s FTSE MIB was down 0.71%, falling to a minimum of 15 June, Spanish IBEX 35 and 1.7%, respectively.
The economy of the 19 countries of the Eurozone in the second quarter of 2020 fell by 12.1% in quarterly terms.