Brent oil is now tantalisingly close to the $60 mark.
After a weaker-than-expected result from the German elections the euro dipped lower.
Italy’s FTSE MIB has added 17% to its value this year and from September 2016 – September 2017, the European index is up 42%.
Strong economic data stemming from the eurozone supported the euro, propelling the single currency 0.2% higher against a basket of its peers.
The pound hovered just below a 15-month high on Monday.
Europe and US may push global oil demand to the highest point since 2015.
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The outlook remains bright in Europe as both soft and hard data remain strong.
In a small town in Wyoming, population 9,000, central bankers from around the world will gather to dissect their recent monetary policy decisions and, hopefully, layout the path to