European equities finished sharply higher, with investors reacting to corporate earnings and focusing on comments by a member of the ECB.» Read More
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European equities closed lower on Thursday after mixed first-quarter earnings reports and as Greece's economic outlook deteriorated further.
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European equities closed in positive territory on Tuesday amid speculation that the ECB will announce a full-scale bond-buying program on Thursday.
Consumer goods giant Unilever reported lower than expected fourth-quarter underlying sales growth.
Some of Friday midday movers:
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Some of Thursday's midday movers:
European shares enjoyed a late-stage rally after better-than-expected economic data and in spite of worries over lackluster earnings.
Tesco's earnings statement reveals that the UK supermarket giant had overstated profits for the first half of 2014 by £263 million.
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