The European car market has experienced significant growth in October, with the registration of new cars increasing by 14.6 percent compared to the same month last year, according to the European Association of Automobile Manufacturers. This increase was driven by strong demand in countries such as France, Italy, Spain, and Germany. Electric cars also gained market share, with their percentage increasing to 14.2 percent from 12.0 percent at the same time last year.
Meanwhile, the net borrowing rate of the British public sector, excluding banks, reached £14.9 million in October – this is the second-highest level of borrowing since 1993 and exceeded the forecast of £13.7 million. The future of Wall Street is being predicted as an intermediate opening based on futures predictions.