Wall Streel indexes continued to stay in positive territory as financial sector was catching up. Global stock market responded and climbing to the highest level in 2016.
London's FTSE 100 rose on Wednesday to reach record high. European shares continued its rally led by mining stocks as China reported increase of export.
British currency suffered the biggest drop in one day, triggered by speculation Britain to leave. While Prime Minister Cameron stressed the importance of United Kingdom to stay in the EU.
As China crisis deepened, global stock market dropped on Tuesday and London's FTSE 100 experience a big loss of £20 billion ($28.5 billion). The market bounced back yesterday following the gain of Sage and oil price.
European shares begins to stabilize as Chinese stock rebounded. The condition also triggered U.S. stock to climb.
The encouraging rise in revenues and further growth potential have helped industrial equipment hire group Ashtead to top the FTSE-100 stocks in terms of price rise in the market.
A holiday in most of Europe thinned trade on Friday after a tumultuous week when the dollar dove, bond yields soared and stock markets in Europe and the United States weakened.
Asian shares stumbled on Friday and the dollar skidded against the safe-haven yen after Switzerland's central bank unexpectedly scrapped its currency cap - jolting markets already roiled by plunging commodities prices.
Bid speculation drove up the shares of medical devices maker Smith & Nephew (SN.L) on Wednesday, allowing it to outpace sluggish European stock markets in a shortened session ahead of the Christmas break.
World share markets extended their 'Santa rally' into a fourth day on Monday, as a recovery in beaten-down oil prices and the ruble and more calls for quantitative easing from the ECB helped lift sentiment.