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At this week's European Central Bank meeting it is all about slight changes in tone when it comes to their assessment of economic activity. With the French presidential run-off scheduled for May 7, there appears to be little appetite to rock the boat.
Mobile telecom equipment maker Ericsson also said industry trends in mobile broadband from 2016 were expected to prevail in 2017.
Before we keep the champagne flowing, here is a gentle nudge as to what could go wrong and why it may not all be smooth sailing for Emmanuel Macron.
Swedish banking group Swedbank reported first-quarter net earnings above market expectations on Tuesday.
Novartis's first-quarter core net income fell 4 percent, it said on Tuesday.
U.S. stocks surged after French presidential hopeful Emmanuel Macron won a plurality of votes in Sunday's preliminary election.
European politics is being redefined, though Macron needs to win big in June's legislative vote to really play a role.
The U.S. paintmaker that is pursuing a takeover of Akzo Nobel increased its proposed cash and share offer.
European banking stocks soared after the first round of French presidential election was won by centrist Emmanuel Macron. But will this rally last?
House prices in London have slipped by 1.5 percent over the past year, according to Rightmove in the worst annual fall since 2009.
Britain's Jimmy Choo has invited potential buyers to step forward as part of a strategic review launched by the luxury retailer on Monday.
Italy and Greece are the key problems facing the euro zone, according to Axel Weber, the chairman of Swiss bank UBS.
LafargeHolcim Chief Executive Eric Olsen will leave the company in July in the wake of a report into allegations the company paid armed groups in Syria to keep a plant open.
Philips, the maker of medical devices and healthcare products, reported better than expected core earnings of 442 million euros ($480 million) for Q1.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she was encouraged that Washington would take a look at a future trade agreement with the EU.
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