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European Shares Rebound on Earnings Support

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European Shares Rebound on Earnings SupportEuropean Shares Rebound on Earnings Support

European shares exhaled a sigh of comfort on Tuesday. Companies’ profits, including Swiss bank UBS; Shipping giant Maersk also boosted sentiment after selling their capital in the previous session. Fears of global growth caused this. Across the continent, the STOXX 600 rose 0.6% after falling nearly 2% on Monday; Due to the economic slowdown in China and rapid growth in US interest rates. The miners made a profit after falling on Monday. Almost all sub-sectors and regional markets were black.

Bank shares, which have fallen more than 7% this year, are the best day in almost a week; Since it was a series of profit results for central European banks. UBS gained 1.8%; After announcing its best first-quarter net profit in 15 years. This is in stark contrast to the decline in profits reported by US peers this month.

The Spanish Santander gained 1.1%; Once the quarterly earnings exceeded the forecast. The 58% increase helped boost revenues and efficiency in Europe. HSBC fell 2.1%. After Europe’s largest bank warned that buying more shares this year was unlikely due to inflation and economic weakness, quarterly earnings fell less than expected.

Barclays, Credit Suisse Group, and Deutsche Bank are among the other European banks that will submit their reports in the coming days. Maersk saw a 5.6% gain. After raising the year-end forecast caused by high tariffs on container shipments. Novartis increased its quarterly revenue by 0.9% after 3%. Randstad added 1.0% as firms continued to hire workers.

European Shares and Biggest Moves

Meanwhile, investors focused on next week’s meeting of the US Federal Reserve and the comments of European Central Bank officials. The ECB should raise rates soon. Up to three growths are expected this year. The ECB interest rate hike is estimated at more than 80 basis points in the money markets by the end of the year.

However, PepsiCo shares fell in the supermarket; The company said it had shrunk to overly low lines in the last quarter. Consumers paid further for some of the firm’s major brands. Shares of General Electric fell 3.5% despite its highest quarterly earnings rating. The firm has confirmed its previous full-year profit guidance range; He also said he sees challenges from inflation and supply chain problems.

Shares of United Parcel Services gained 1.7%. Since analysts estimate it has surpassed the top and bottom lines. UPS announced adjusted earnings per share of $3.05, with total revenue of $24.38 billion. Experts expected a profit of $2.88 billion on the stock with revenue of $23.79 billion.

3M shares remained unchanged after the quarterly earnings announcement, which exceeded estimates. The company saw revenue of $8.83 billion. The share of D.R. Horton – home builders, rose 2.8% during pre-market trading; Has outperformed analysts’ estimates since the previous quarter. The firm announced an adjusted profit of $4.03 per share with revenue of $8 billion. Shares of SeaWorld rose 4.6%; After Rosenblatt Securities started buying and selling, it said that despite the resistance to the pandemic, the company was coping well with the current challenges.

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