European stocks were all in green, having followed the Asian trading on Friday after the recent manufacturing data from China and refreshed hopes for a settlement in a lingering trade deal between the Beijing and Washington.
The pan-European STOXX 600 added 0.58 percent to 375.16 at 12.54 GMT with Friday’s best performer Frankfurt’s DAX with its 1.29 percent jump to 11,664.72.
London’s FTSE 100 rose by 0.56 percent to 7,114.13, while Paris CAC 40 climbed 0.73 percent to 5,278.70. Milan’s FTSE MIB grew by 0.52 percent to 20,767.89, whereas Madrid’s Ibex 35 surged 0.79 percent to 9,350.60.
Europe’s trading in green on Friday was possible due to gains in auto sector with Faurecia in first row of best performers, which showed a 4 percent surge, despite the activity contracted data in Italy, Germany.
French LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton put on weight 2.10 percent on Friday, while British advertising company WPP showed a 7.02 percent augment.