This Thursday morning, after the British parliament dismissed an irregular Brexit, European shares hit a five-month high.
On Thursday evening another vote is expected to delay the departure from the European Union. For this reason markets remain in a cautious mood.
After gains during the previous sessions, Sterling was experiencing a withdrawal and this brought about a reduction in stock prices, with the FTSE 100 lowering 0.1 percent. As the growth of STOXX 600 pan-European increased 0.3 percent at 0817 GMT.
According to Goldman Sachs analysts, the chances of an agreement without Brexit have been reduced by 5 percent. The analysts wrote: “We now see a 60 percent chance (from 55 percent) that a near-variant of the current Brexit Prime Minister agreement has been ratified” .
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