Euro zone stock markets start 2017 higher

Investing.com – Euro zone stocks climbed on the first trading day of 2017 on Monday for those markets that were open.

Italy’s rose 1.21%, was up 0.86% and added 0.35%.

Trading volumes were thin with several major markets, including the UK, closed for the New Year holiday.

Markets in the U.S. and Canada were also to be closed Monday.

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