Global markets are encouraged by statistics and support from US authorities
World stock markets on Tuesday go up on the actions of the US authorities to maintain the country's economy and good statistics from China and the UK.
American indices on Monday rose slightly more than 3% against the backdrop of the actions of US President Donald trump to maintain American economy. Back on Friday, he signed into law $ 2.2 trillion to stimulate the economy amid a coronavirus pandemic. In addition, the US Federal Reserve continues to maintain stock market liquidity through the repurchase of mortgage and treasury securities from the market. Asian exchanges on Tuesday closed with growth within 2.2% after the US markets. European markets add 1.5-2% to investors' reactions to macroeconomic data from China. The index of business activity in the industrial sector of the Chinese economy in March rose to 52 points compared with a record low of 35.7 points in February and exceeded the forecast of 45 points. Market participants also drew attention to data on UK GDP, which, as expected on the market, in the fourth quarter of 2019 grew by 1.1% in annual terms. Later on, Eurostat, the European statistical agency, will publish annual inflation data in the eurozone. It is expected that in March, according to preliminary estimates, the figure was 0.8% compared to February at 1.2%.