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The French consumer price index for April showed higher-than-expected increases of 0.5% from March and 1.3% from a year earlier, the Insee statistics office said.
France's gross domestic product grew 2.0% in 2006 after rising 1.7% in 2005, the Insee statistics office said, revising the figure downward from the 2.1% it initially reported.
Komal Sri Kumar, chief global strategist for TCW, told CNBC’s “Closing Bell” that for U.S. investors, there’s no place like home.
Stocks will take their direction from economic data today after yesterday's drenching from negative April chain store sales took the Dow down 147 points and bit 1.7% off the Nasdaq and 1.4% off the S&P 500. European markets are lower, following overnight weakness in Asian markets.
French state-owned utility EdF on Friday denied a report it contacted management of German utility RWE, or German authorities, in regards to a takeover.
Airbus parent EADS said on Thursday first-quarter operating profit plunged after it took a 688 million-euro ($931.3 million) provision at the planemaker as part of its Power8 restructuring programme.
French bank Societe Generale on Thursday reported a 1.9% drop in first-quarter net profit, as higher operating expenses offset strong growth at its international retail division.
French bank BNP Paribas reported a better than forecast 24.5% rise in its first-quarter net profit on Wednesday, helped by earnings growth at its investment banking and asset management units and capital gains.
Many Americans cheered the victory of Nicolas Sarkozy in France's presidential election, saying they welcomed the conservative's friendlier stance towards the United States after years of strained relations.
I'm in Paris, once more, for the second round of the French elections. The biting wind at our camera position is in stark contrast to the temperate warmth two weeks ago. The flirting with a new direction is over. France has her new President and Mr. Sarkozy appears to mean business.
Valeo may seek to block its biggest shareholder's right to vote at this month's annual meeting in the fight against a demand to take more than half the seats on its supervisory board and impose a strategy review.
Conservative Nicolas Sarkozy triumphed in France's presidential election on Sunday, sweeping aside his Socialist rival Segolene Royal on the back of a huge turnout that gave him a powerful mandate for reform.
Conservative Nicolas Sarkozy won France's presidential election on Sunday, beating his Socialist rival Segolene Royal by a comfortable margin and extending the right's 12-year grip on power.
It should surprise no one who watches the ups and downs of Wall Street that a horse named Street Sense would come from way behind to win the Kentucky Derby. The week ahead looks like it will put everyone's street sense to the test as a louder chorus of market watchers use the word "caution" when it comes to buying stocks.
If Nicolas Sarkozy, the conservative candidate, wins the presidency expect economic reforms that the market will love.
In just two days, the French people will choose their next president and incumbent Jacques Chirac will become history. Nicolas Sarkozy now seems very likely to succeed him to the presidency.
French oil major Total said Friday first-quarter net profit dropped 17% as improving refinery margins failed to offset lower crude prices and a weaker dollar.
French drugmaker Sanofi-Aventis on Thursday reported declining first-quarter profits, citing adverse currency movements, generic competition and a strong quarter in 2006.
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