European stock exchanges kick off into high gear, after Friday's drop on the back of a new wave of fears about the banking sector that hit more than other Deutsche Banks.
Paris rises by 1.27% with the Cac 40 at 7,103 points.
Frankfurt gains 1.18% with the Dax at 15,133 points.
London gains 0.95% with the FTSE 100 at 7,476 points.
The Milan Stock Exchange rebounds at the start.
The first Ftse Mib scores +1.47% at 26,273 points, to then smooth out the gap at the start with +0.83% at 26,101 points.
The banks are holding on
: Unicredit scores 1% and Intesa Sanpaolo +0.88%.
The spread between Btp and Bund drops to 184 points while the yield on the Italian 10-year bond, while decreasing, remains above the 4% threshold
Deutsche Bank rallied at the start after Friday's decline.
The stock of the German banking group rises by 5%, immediately putting aside the uncertainties about its solidity that knocked it down in the last session.
However, reassurances about the strength of the bank have arrived from many quarters.