Europe - China, shares rise (By Sylodium, international trade directory)

European shares increased today to recover from sharp falls in the previous session, as robust Chinese trade data boosted expectations that the global economy would strengthen and in turn maintain demand for equities. Data showed Chinese exports grew 25 percent in January from a year earlier versus a forecast of 17 percent in a Reuter’s poll while imports climbed 28.8 percent, highlighting robust domestic demand. Expectations of a gradual economic recovery has led many investors to step in to buy up shares on days when the market has fallen, preventing any major pull-back on equities. Cyrille Urfer who heads up asset allocation at Swiss bank Gonet said "I think China is clearly moving in the right direction, and this should support the equity markets". Sylodium (global import export directory) you can advertise for free your company or your project, at the intersection of cities that you want, for example; Beijing (China) - Brussels (Belgium) or any city around the World.

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