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  • China import tax cuts no remedy for retail slowdown Sunday, 31 May 2015 | 7:30 PM ET

    SHANGHAI, June 1- China's economic policymakers clearly didn't consult mother-of-one Chen Xuejun when they decided to try stimulating consumer demand by slashing import tariffs on sneakers to skincare. Private consumption now accounts for over half of China's GDP growth, but lags far behind levels in markets like the United States. High Street prices of...

  • *Metro, Morrisons slip; Beiersdorf gains. LONDON, May 7- European shares recouped most of their daily losses to trade modestly lower on Thursday, as a selloff in government bonds eased and the euro gave up its gains against the dollar, partly helped by some estimate-beating U.S. data. Germany's DAX index, which is heavily export-oriented and benefits from a weak euro,...

  • *Metro, Morrisons slip; Beiersdorf gains. LONDON, May 7- European shares fell to their lowest level in more than two months on Thursday, with a stronger euro and a global bond rout denting the appeal of shares. Britain's FTSE 100 index fell 1.6 percent on the day of an election that could yield a weak government, propel it towards a vote on EU membership and foster...

  • *Metro, Morrisons slip; Beiersdorf gains. LONDON, May 7- European shares fell to their lowest level in more than two months on Thursday, mirroring losses on Wall Street and Asia, with a stronger euro following a global bond rout and concerns about the outcome of the British election hitting sentiment. Britain's FTSE 100 index fell 0.8 percent on the day of an election...

  • PARIS, Feb 13- French cosmetics giant L'Oreal on Friday said it expected the weak euro and slump in oil prices to boost consumption in many regions such as Western Europe and help it increase profits substantially this year. The maker of Lancome cream and Yves Saint Laurent perfume said sales in Western Europe, where it made a third of revenue, enjoyed their...

  • BERLIN/ LONDON, Jan 26- An expensive fightback by top consumer goods brands is likely to provide only temporary relief as retailers improve the quality of their own products to attract thrifty European shoppers. For household goods companies like Nestle and Unilever, the advance of private labels has eaten into market share and dented prices and margins.

  • BERLIN, Jan 26- German business morale rose to its highest level in six months in January, climbing for a third consecutive month, a survey showed on Monday, in a sign that 2015 got off to a strong start for Europe's largest economy. On Sunday Greek leftist party Syriza won a snap election in Greece and leader Alexis Tsipras promised that five years of austerity, "...

  • *Beiersdorf, H&M boosted by strong sales reports. LONDON, Jan 15- European shares rebounded on Thursday, boosted by a bounce in mining and oil companies, as well as by strong sales at retailer H&M and Nivea cream-maker Beiersdorf. Copper climbed after hitting its lowest level since January 2009.

  • LONDON, Jan 15- European shares rebounded on Thursday, boosted by a bounce in mining and oil companies, as well as by strong results at retailer H&M and Nivea cream-maker Beiersdorf. Shares in Beiersdorf, up 5 percent, were the top risers in Europe after it reported a rise in 2014 sales and confirmed its full-year profit target. "I wouldn't put much trust in the bounce...

  • Real men don't cry—but they are exfoliating Saturday, 6 Dec 2014 | 1:00 PM ET
    Men's skin-care sales are on the rise.

    A threat to macho men is taking place across the land: the rise of 'mampering'—eye creams, exfoliation and facial moisturizers for guys.

  • The European staples resisting Russia's downturn Thursday, 13 Nov 2014 | 2:20 AM ET
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    Fears that Russia's economic downturn will ravage European multinationals may have been overstated in some cases, with companies that sell beer and soap defying expectations.

  • Europe Shares Close Higher After ECB Rate Decision Thursday, 6 Dec 2012 | 11:30 AM ET

    European shares finished in positive territory Thursday as the ECB and the Bank of England kept interest rates unchanged.