Markets in Europe were up modestly at 6.10 AM New York time.
The FTSE rose .4% to 6,228. Barclays was 1.1% to 725.5. BP was down .1% to 572.5. BT was up 1.4% to 309.5. GlaxoSmithKline was down .1% to 1331. Prudential was up 1% to 711. Reuters was down 1.9% to 434.5. Unilever was up .2% to 1416. Vodafone was up .8% to 146.
The DAXX was up .5% to 6,588. Bayer was .7% to 40.52. BMW was up 1.4% to 43.68. Daimler was up 1.5% to 46.97. DeutscheBank was .6% to 101.38. Deutsche Telekom was .7% to 13.96. Siemens was up .7% to 73.55.
The CAC 40 was up .6% to 5,526. AlcatelLucent was .7% to 10.78. AXA was up .3% to 30.67. France Telecom was up .5% to 20.98. ST Micro was up .1% to 13.98. Vivendi was up 1.7% to 29.81.
Data from Reuters
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