European exchanges are recovering from a sharp falls on the eve
European stock indexes finished trading on Tuesday omnidirectionally. DAX and FTSE 100 increased by 0.41% and 0.43% respectively, the CAC 40 dropped by 0.4%. On Monday at the European the stock exchanges saw a collapse - the indices lost 3-4.5%. The decline was caused by the investors' concern about the deterioration situation with coronavirus in Europe. Number of new infections the quarantine measures are increasing, and the authorities of the countries toughen up. For example, in the UK, new restrictions are being introduced - among them it was decided to return the remote work format. Nevertheless, some analysts do not expect significant damage to the economy from the resumption of quarantine - according to David Madden of CMC Markets, it will be more focused on compliance with the social distances. Negative news about the decline of the indexes also contributed to the decline of the distance participation of the largest banks in the world, including European ones, in the laundering process money - the total amount is several trillion dollars.