European shares rose 2 Jin。8%, supported by commodity stocks jumped | European shares | close

  Remittance Network News December 24 – Wednesday (December 23) European stock markets rose, due to strong commodity and crude oil prices and China launched more signs of economic stimulus initiatives, boosting commodity shares soaring。
China is the world's largest metals consumer。   In the last full trading day before the Christmas holidays, European FTSEurofirst300 index of blue chip stocks ended sharply higher percent, 1 point。 Eurozone blue chip stocks EuroSTOXX50 strength index rose%。
  UK FTSE 100 index closed up percent, 6 points; German shares DAX index climbed%, to 10 points; French CAC40 share index rose percent to 4 points。   European basic resources index soared%, an increase of the end of August, the biggest one-day percentage, oil and gas stocks rose%。   CMCMarkets JasperLawler analyst said, "Resource stocks continued to lead European shares rebound…Brent crude oil above $ 35 a barrel and copper prices should be sufficient to resist the bearish pressures facing the commodity sector before the end of over $ 200 per pound。 "The London-listed mining stocks led the gains, due to higher LME prices, Glencore fresh rose%, Anglo American soared%。   Investors waiting for China's economic stimulus measures to support demand for metals in the country's further evidence that some early signs that the Chinese government to increase spending on the grid and housing。   Traders also cited Xinhua News Agency reported that China steel industry will reduce excess capacity as the primary task。
News helped ArcelorMittal (ArcelorMittal) surged 11%。   Despite Wednesday's surge%, but the FTSE 350 Mining Index fell nearly 50 percent so far this year。
  Germany's DAX index hour chart shows。