The actions on Wall Street and in Europe are now mostly in synergy, while Asian stock markets record negative results.
In the afternoon, the British FTSE 100 rose 0.5%, French KAK 40 by 0.3% and German DAKS by 0.2%, according to the AP agency.
On Wall Street, the S & P 500 rose by two points or 0.1% to 2725 units, industrial Dau Jones by 91 units or 0.4% to 25,362 units, while only the Nasdak technology dropped by 57 units or 0 , 8% to 7,299 points.
Technological companies are still facing problems, while Apple shares are currently down 2.8% to $ 201.68.
Apple's shares fell Friday in nearly five years as the company showed poor revenue estimates for the fourth quarter and announced it would stop publishing quarterly data on the number of iPads sold.
On the other hand, Berkshire Hatavey's investment fund, owned by billionaire Warren Buffett, fell 4.7 percent to $ 216.29 after the group announced that it had tripling profits in the third quarter as it increased investment.
The dollar fell to 113.15 yen from 113.28 yen on Friday, the euro rose to $ 1.1399 from $ 1.1398 and a pound to $ 1.3031 from $ 1.2963.
In Asia, Japan's Nikei index fell by 1.5%, Kospi of South Korea by 0.9% and Hang Seng by 2.1%.
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