Investing.com – France: The stock markets have finished the session higher on Friday; the progress of the sectors Gas and water, Financial general, and Food and medicines has contributed to this increase.
In the closing session in Paris, the CAC 40 index took on 0,67%, while the SBF 120 index is granted 0,66%.
The best performance of the session for the CAC 40 index is to be put to the credit of the title Worldline SA (PA:WLN), an increase of 2,79%, or 1,400 points for a closing price of 51,500. In the second position, we find Schneider Electric (PA:SCHN) who wins 2,78%, that is 2,00 points for a close at 73,90. The title Safran SA (PA:SAF) completes the top three with an increase of 2.14% 2,55 points for the end of the session to 121,90.
Credit Agricole SA (PA:CAGR), sign the worst performance of the session, losing 4,59% 0,490 points for a closing price of 10,185. Kering SA (PA:PRTP) abandons 1,73% 8,50 points and ends at 482,70. For its part, Carrefour SA (PA:CARR) loose 1,07% or 0.18 points for a closing price of as 16.68.
The best performance of the SBF 120 index return on Casino Guichard Perrachon SA (PA:CASP), which is awarded by 7,48% during 30.03 step, Eramet SA (PA:ERMT) increase of 3.97% 51,88 and Genfit SA (PA:GNFT) which wins 3,43% for a closing price at 21,720.
The values of the least-performing Credit Agricole SA (PA:CAGR) declined 4.59% to 10,185 in closing, Amundi SA (PA:AMUN), which lost 3.85 per cent at 57,45 and Rexel (PA:RXL), down 3.84% 10,01 in close.
The titles on the rise and have exceeded the number of titles down to the Paris stock Exchange by 353 values to 205 and 79 stable.
The CAC 40 VIX, which measures the implied volatility of the options on the CAC 40 index, has lost 6.76 per cent up to 16.20.
On the other hand, the gold for delivery in June lost 0,11%, with 1.45 points, to $1.283,95 a troy ounce. Regarding other raw materials, crude oil for delivery in July rose by 0.62% or 0.36 points for a $58,27 per barrel, while Brent crude for delivery in July gained 0,69% 0,47 points for a $68,23 the barrel.
The pair EUR/USD has recorded an increase of 0.23% to 1,1206, while the pair EUR/GBP was down 0.22% at 0,8812.