European stock markets rebound as trading resumes after holiday weekend

Europe’s major stock markets experienced gains on Tuesday as trading resumed following a three-day holiday weekend.

In London, the benchmark FTSE 100 index increased by 0.2 percent, reaching 8,330.20 points after being closed for a public holiday on Monday.

Meanwhile, Frankfurt’s DAX index saw a rise of 0.3 percent, reaching 18,822.59 points, and the Paris CAC 40 edged up by 0.1 percent, hitting 8,140.16 points.

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