Volstritt shares and European stock exchanges now show a jump in value, and the situation is the same as the dollar and the euro.
The European indices are mainly predominantly, with Germany DAKS rising 0.1%, FTSE in London of 0.3%, while KAK French has recorded fewer changes, AP reports.
The shares of energy companies dominated with the price increase on Volstritt, eliminating some of the losses recorded the previous day.
The S & P index increased by 500 points or 0.5 per cent to 2,735 points, Dau Jones Industrial by 107 points or 0.4 percent to 25,394 points, and Nasdaq Technological by 31 points or 0.4 percent to 7,232 points.
Recovery of oil prices has helped boost the value of energy company shares.
Today, US "lightweight" oil increased 1.6 percent to $ 56.59 barrel in New York and North Sea "Brent" from 1.9 percent to $ 66.73 in barrel in London.
The dollar rose to 113.92 yen of 113.86 yen yesterday, and the euro to 1.1316 dollars with 1.1268 dollars.
In Asia, Japan's Nikei index rose 0.2 percent, dropping Kospi South Korea by 0.2 percent, and Hang Seng Hang for 0.5 percent.
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