Actions on Wall Street and in Europe are now mostly a plus, while Asian stock markets posted negative results.
In the afternoon, the UK FTSE 100 index increased 0.5 percent, French KAK 40 0.3 percent, and German DAKS 0.2 percent, according to the AP agency.
On Wall Street, the S & P 500 index rose two points, or 0.1 percent, to 2,725 points, the Dau Jones industry by 91 points, or 0.4 percent to 25,362 points, while only Nasd Technology did not drop by 57 points, or 0, 8% to 7,299 points.
Technology companies continue to face problems, with Apple shares falling 2.8% to $ 201.68 today.
Apple shares fell the biggest decline on Friday in almost five years, after the company delivered poor earnings estimates for the fourth quarter and announced it would stop publishing quarterly data about the number of iPads sold.
In contrast, Berkshire Hatavey's investment fund, owned by billionaire Warren Buffett, fell 4.7 percent to $ 216.29 after the conglomerate announced that it had doubled four profits in the third quarter due to jumping in the value of its investment.
The dollar fell to 113.15 yen from 113.28 yen from Friday, the euro surged to $ 1.1399 from $ 1.1398, and the pound became $ 1.3031 from $ 1.2963.
In Asia, the Japanese index Nikei fell 1.5 percent, South Korea Kospi 0.9 percent, and the Hang Seng rose 2.1 percent.
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