Stock indices closed mixed as Friday's terror attacks in Paris weighed on stock markets. Terror attacks' impact on markets was limited.
The European Central Bank (ECB) Vice President Vitor Constancio said in Frankfurt on Monday that terror attacks in Paris could have a negative impact on markets.
"It can compound all the problems that we were already facing," he said.
"Markets, so far, are taking it calmly," Constancio added.
He also said in a speech in Frankfurt on Monday that the central bank will continue its asset-buying programme until the inflation will pick up toward the central bank's 2% target.
Constancio pointed out that there are downside risks to the outlook for growth and inflation in the Eurozone from the slowdown in in emerging economies and "unfavourable developments in financial and commodity markets".
He noted that the inflation in the Eurozone remains low due to low oil prices and a lack of demand.
Meanwhile, the economic data from the Eurozone was positive. Eurostat released its final consumer price inflation data for the Eurozone on Monday. Eurozone's final harmonized consumer price index rose 0.1% in October, in line with the preliminary reading, after a 0.2% increase in September.
On a yearly basis, Eurozone's final consumer price inflation increased to 0.1% in October from -0.1% in September, exceeding the preliminary reading of 0.0%.
Restaurants and cafés prices were up 0.10% year-on-year in October, vegetables prices rose by 0.14%, fruit gained 0.07%, fuel prices for transport declined by 0.68%, heating oil prices decreased by 0.22%, while gas prices were down by 0.09%.
Eurozone's consumer price inflation excluding food, energy, alcohol and tobacco climbed to an annual rate of 1.1% in October from 0.9% in September, beating the preliminary reading of 1.0%.
Indexes on the close:
Name Price Change Change %
FTSE 100 6,146.38 28.10 0.46 %
DAX 10,713.23 4.83 0.05 %
CAC 40 4,804.31 -3.64 -0.08 %