Actions on Wall Street and Europe are now mostly plus, while Asian stock markets are posting negative results.
By midday, the FTSE 100 rose by 0.5 percent, the French KAK by 0.3 percent and the German DAXS by 0.2 percent, according to the Associated Press.
On the Wall Street, the S & P 500 index gained 2 points, or 0.1% to 2,725 points, the Dow Jones Industrial Average by 91 points, or 0.4% to 25,362 points, while only in the technology index fell by 57 points, or 0, 8% to 7,299 points.
Technology companies continue to face problems, with shares of Apple falling 2.8% to $ 201.68 today.
Apple fell last Friday on the biggest decline after the company passed poor fourth-quarter revenue estimates and announced quarterly data on the number of iPads sold had been discontinued.
In contrast, Berkshire Hatabi's investment fund, owned by billionaire Warren Buffett, fell 4.7 percent to $ 216.29 after the conglomerate said it quadrupled its third-quarter profit because it leapt in the value of its investment.
The dollar dropped to 113.15 yen from 113.28 yen on Friday, the euro jumped to $ 1.1399 from $ 1,1398 and the pound to $ 1.3331 from $ 1.1663.
In Asia, the Japanese index fell by 1.5%, South Korea's Kospi by 0.9% and Hang Seng by 2.1%.
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