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Norwegian oil major Statoil posted better than forecast second-quarter profit on Tuesday.
France's Orange inched closer to a long-awaited recovery in the second quarter as customers shifted to high-speed mobile and broadband services.
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis insists he did nothing wrong running a secret project over a possible Grexit, The Financial Times reports.
A popular UK attractions operator has issued a profit warning ahead of its interim results, after a rollercoaster incident at one of its theme parks.
After a week dominated by U.S. quarterly results, it's time for Europe's earnings season to get into full swing, and so far the signs are upbeat.
The Bank of England’s interest rate decision may be about to get interesting again, after years of predictability.
Alstom is to accept a $333 million reduction in the price it will get for selling its power turbines unit to General Electric.
Allergan chief Brent Saunders says the sale of its generics business would allow the company to double down on its higher margin branded business.
Swiss lender UBS saw its profits soar over 50 percent in the second quarter compared to last year, after the bank reported earnings a day early.
Ryanair boosted its passenger target for the year on Monday and said full-year profits would be at the higher end of its earlier guidance.
British consumer goods maker Reckitt Benckiser posts a better-than-expected second quarter performance.
Philips, the lighting, consumer and healthcare products company, said its second-quarter net profit rose to $301.6 million.
The Greek stock exchange will remain closed on Monday but might reopen on Tuesday after a one-month shutdown, official sources said.
Luxury online travel company Secret Escapes announced a $60 million funding round on Sunday, as it looks to expand its appeal to Asian holidaymakers.
Some members of Greece's government wanted to raid central bank reserves and hack taxpayer accounts to prepare a return to the drachma.
Aid workers called for emergency accommodation for migrants who are camped out in the streets of the Greek capital as it struggles back from the brink of financial collapse.
UK-listed gold miners were spared the worst of the stock market slump last week. But they still face a precarious situation, the Financial Times reports.
Police opened fire on a car which drove through barriers set up for the final stage of the Tour de France in central Paris on Sunday.
Talks to agree a new bailout for Greece ran into trouble on Friday after Athens raised hurdles for negotiators, forcing them to postpone their arrival. The FT reports.
Pearson is in talks to sell its stake in the Economist Group, to other shareholders in the group, according to people familiar with the situation. The FT reports.
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European equities opened higher Tuesday, with investors around the world watching how Chinese stocks are trading after a sharp drop on Monday and volatile trade in the current session.
David Sleath, CEO of Segro, says the rise of internet retailing in the U.K. has increased demand for warehouses which is helping his company.
Will Ballard, head of emerging markets and Asia at Aviva Investors, discusses what investors need to watch out for if they are thinking of buying Chinese stocks.