(AGI) Rome, Sept 26 - European markets closed higher on Fridaythanks to a good session on Wall Street after the U.S. raisedits estimated gross domestic product (GDP). Frankfurt was theonly exception, falling 0.2 percent to 9,490.55 points due to asharp 6.07 percent drop for Allianz after PIMCO investor BillGross joined Janus. Milan closed with the best results inEurope, the FTSE MIB rising 1.88 percent to 20,795.37 thanks tothe banking sector's performance. Other rises were: Paris's CAC40 by 0.91 percent to 4,394.75 points; Madrid's Ibex by 0.63percent to 10,851.4 points; and London's FTSE 100 by 0.15percent to 6,649.39 points. (AGI) . .