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Europe Market Update

China Worries Drag European Markets Led by Resource Stocks
Nov 27, 2015 10:56 AM ET
European stocks were under pressure on the deepening economic slowdown in China. Rio Tinto plans to invest $1.9 billion to expand bauxite output. Royal Bank of Scotland booked a loss of 265 million in the fourth-quarter. Pennon net surges 7%. >>

World Markets Trade Higher in Cautious Trading
Nov 26, 2015 6:19 AM ET
European and Asian indexes closed higher in cautious trading and markets in New York were closed for Thanksgiving. Crude oil and commodities staged a mild rebound and investors in Europe anticipated another round of stimulus as early as next week. >>

ECB Action Anticipation, Infineon Results Lift European Markets
Nov 26, 2015 10:47 AM ET
Stock markets headed north on Thursday, led by a rally in technology and mining. The euro tested seven-month low against the dollar. Infineon earnings were ahead of expectations and base metals price rebound boosted mining stocks. >>

DAX Leads European Rebound with 2% Rise, Metro and Lafarge In Focus
Nov 25, 2015 11:44 AM ET
Stock markets in Europe recouped losses on Wednesday as positive company announcements alleviated the pressure of political concerns. The U.K government announced plans to invest 15 billion in anti-terrorism security in the next five years. Metro AGs dividend exceeds expectations. >>

European Markets Fall 1% After Turkey Downs Russian Jet
Nov 24, 2015 10:18 AM ET
European bourses recorded losses on Tuesday as the political and tourism environments deteriorate. Zodiac Aerospace said core annual earnings declined 44%. Kingfisher revenues dropped 3%. Rolls-Royce announced a major restructuring. >>

FTSE, DAX Fall on Weak Commodities; Diebold Approaches Wincor
Nov 23, 2015 9:19 AM ET
Stock markets lost ground in Europe on weakening commodity prices. Playtech terminated merger agreement with Plus500. Tods agreed to acquire the Roger Vivier luxury brand for 415 million. The U.S.-based Diebold offered $1.8 billion to Wincor-Nixdorf. >>

ABN AMRO Jumps on Trading Debut, European Travel Stocks Drop
Nov 20, 2015 10:50 AM ET
Markets in Europe closed higher on Friday. Oerlikon soared 6% after asset sale. ABN AMRO jumped 3.5% on its first day of trading. Nationwide profit surged 31%. Fuller, Smith & Turner profit and revenues jumped. >>

European Markets Advance; Sodexo, ThyssenKrupp Net Soar
Nov 19, 2015 11:46 AM ET
European bourses recorded gains on the back of Sodexo stock buyback program and improving jobs market in the U.S. Royal Dutch Shell received Australian regulatory approval to acquire BG Group. Sodexo net soared 32%. >>

Cautious Mood in Europe, Air Liquide in 12.5B Deal with Airgas
Nov 18, 2015 10:40 AM ET
Stock markets recorded losses after Air Liquide agreed to pay 12.5 billion for the U.S.-based Airgas. SOCO Intl plummeted following a lower production forecast. UK Mail profit tumbled 82% but revenues jumped 5%. Travel and leisure stocks continue to fall in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks. >>

European Markets Jump Nearly 2%, Liberty Approaches Cable & Wireless
Nov 17, 2015 9:49 AM ET
European markets rallied on the strengthened expectations of additional stimulus steps. Cable & Wireless soared on a merger offer of 3.6 billion from Liberty Global. easyJet profit jumped 22%. United Internet profit and revenues advanced. >>

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