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Shares of Italy’s Pirelli soared to 9.67% Monday morning after it revealed late Sunday that it was in talks with U.S. telecom giant AT&T and its Mexican affiliate America Movil to sell two-thirds of its 80% stake in holding company Olimpia for 2.82 euros a share less debt.
Risk to euro zone inflation remain and the European Central Bank will do what is necessary to ensure stable prices, the authority's president, Jean-Claude Trichet, said in newspaper interviews published on Monday.
Cap Gemini’s shares increased 2.37% in Paris trade Friday after Exane BNP Paribas upgraded the IT group from ‘neutral’ to ‘outperform’, citing the company’s strong growth prospects based on its business mix, cost control and use of off-shoring.
Shares of caterer Compass Group gained 5.78% in midday London trading Thursday after it reported that trading in the first 5 months of the year has been ahead of its expectations and the sale of its European vending business is progressing.
Germany's unemployment rate fell to 9.8% in March from 10.1% the month before, the country's Federal Labor Office said Thursday, a steady decline that reflected the overall upswing in the labor market.
Despite concern over the U.S. economy, European finance ministers stuck to forecasts of solid economic growth in their part of the world this year as a second day of policy talks got underway in Brussels on Tuesday.
Here are some of Monday's big movers on European stock markets
Here some of Friday's big movers on European stock markets
Dutch publishing company Wolters Kluwer said Friday it is in talks with private equity fund Bridgepoint Capital to sell its education unit for 750 million euros-775 million euros ($999 million-$1.02 billion).
UniCredit said Thursday that fourth-quarter net profit more than tripled, boosted by good volume growth in Italy and Central Eastern Europe and higher net interest income.
Here are some of Thursday's big movers on European stock markets
Speaking about the correction, of course! Well, in percentage terms it didn’t even qualify as that, except perhaps in China. But even the Shanghai market is back in rollicking form.
We are on the verge of marking the 50th anniversary of the European Union -- taking as its birth the Treaty of Rome -- and politicians will spend this weekend in Berlin toasting the treaty.
Britain's Imperial Tobacco on Thursday confirmed it had made a bid approach to Altadis at 45 euros a share in cash valuing the Spanish firm at 11.5 billion euros ($15.2 billion).
Brett Gallagher, deputy chief investment officer at the Julius Baer Global Equity Fund, told CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” that he sees strong growth in Europe as the U.S. economy slows.
A draft final statement at a European Union summit on Friday set a binding target of 20 percent of renewable sources in EU energy consumption by 2020 but offered flexibility on how member states meet that goal.
The European Central Bank raised its key interest rate a quarter point to 3.75%, as widely expected, Thursday, while the Bank of England held rates steady for the second month in a row at 5.25%.
Carrefour, Europe's biggest retailer, posted a 3.3% rise in 2006 net profit Thursday, with a weaker performance in its home market in France dampening robust growth elsewhere.
Struggling auto maker Ford Motor expects its Ford Europe and Premier Automotive Group divisions to report a profit in 2007, according to a Ford executive, indicating its turnaround at those businesses may be gaining traction.
Is now a good time for investors to rethink their international strategies? John Praveen, Chief Investment Strategist at Prudential International Advisors and Reiner Triltsch, head manager of the U.S. Trust Excelsior Funds, joined "Street Sign’s" Erin Burnett this afternoon to take a closer look at current investment opportunities abroad.