European stock markets opened up with the strength of the mines and Vivendi

European stock markets opened up on Monday following the Asian market.

In Asia, the Chinese market is closed and the United States is also free.

A wide Stoxx index of 600 after a half hour of trading 0.6 percent increase. The strongest rise in the divisions is in the media, whose share prices have risen by an average of 3.3 per cent.

Basic industry companies are also growing by just over 2.5 per cent on average, mainly driven by mining companies. The mining sector is being driven by rising metal prices. The price of copper will be at its highest level since 2012.

The media industry is pulled by the French Vivendin a 19 percent increase in stock. Vivendi said on Saturday it would split 60 percent of the sound production company Universal Music Group (UMG) shares to its shareholders. UMG is scheduled to be listed separately on the Amsterdam Stock Exchange this year.

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