EU shares continue where they left off yesterday, solidly higher after Mario Draghi outlines the...

|By:, SA News Editor

EU shares continue where they left off yesterday, solidly higher after Mario Draghi outlines the ECB's bond-buying program. China's plans for infrastructure spending and surprisingly nice German trade figures must surely be helping too, although below-par U.S. payroll data later could burst the mood. EU Stoxx 50 +1.45%, London +0.4%, Paris +1.2%, Frankfurt +0.9%, Madrid +1.6%, Milan +1.8%.