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  • *Germany's DAX share index sets new record high. *Royal Bank of Scotland falls after reporting losses. Germany's DAX set a new life-time high, the pan-European FTSEurofirst 300 and the broader STOXX 600 share indexes climbed to their highest level in more than seven years, and France's CAC touched its highest level since mid-2008.

  • European stocks set new multi-year highs, InBev helps Thursday, 26 Feb 2015 | 10:26 AM ET

    *Royal Bank of Scotland fall after reporting losses. LONDON, Feb 26- Major European share indexes climbed to new multi-year highs on Thursday, with the world's largest brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev leading the food and beverages sector higher after announcing a sharply higher dividend and a share buyback plan. Belgium- based InBev rose 3.2 percent after...

  • LONDON, Feb 24- Portugal's government debt market is likely to benefit more than any other in the euro zone from the European Central Bank's bond-buying programme that starts next month. While Portugal's total debt is one of the highest in the bloc, having been bailed out by the International Monetary Fund and the European Union during the debt crisis, its stock...

  • LONDON, Feb 18- Stocks continued their relentless march higher on Wednesday as investors shrugged off the protracted uncertainty surrounding Greece's debt negotiations with its creditors, pinning their hopes that a deal will be reached by the end of the week. Europe's main bourses followed Asia and Wall Street higher. In early trade the FTSEuroFirst 300...

  • *Tsipras says in six months Greece will be "different country". ATHENS, Feb 15- Greece said on Sunday it was confident of reaching agreement in negotiations with its euro zone partners but reiterated it would not accept harsh austerity strings in any debt pact. A day before a euro zone finance ministers' meeting in Brussels to shore up Greece's dwindling finances...

  • *Tsipras says in six months Greece will be "different country". A day before a euro zone finance ministers' meeting in Brussels to shore up with Greece's dwindling finances and help keep it in the euro zone, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras told Germany's Stern magazine Athens needed time to implement its reform program and shake off the mismanagement of the past.

  • France up just 0.1 percent, expects better 2015. BERLIN/ PARIS, Feb 13- Germany's economy grew by a robust 0.7 percent in the last quarter of 2014, well above forecasts, while France continued to wallow, official data showed on Friday. Domestic demand lifted Germany out of its mid-year lull and allowed it to achieve 2014 growth of 1.6 percent.

  • MILAN, Feb 12- UniCredit has signed a deal to sell its UCCMB bad loan management unit and a pool of non-performing loans to U.S. investment firm Fortress Investment Group, as the Italian bank sheds non-core assets to boost its balance sheet. UniCredit said on Thursday the bad loan portfolio being sold had a gross book value of 2.4 billion euros.

  • European shares pegged back by Greek angst Wednesday, 11 Feb 2015 | 12:41 PM ET

    *Capital concerns weigh on UniCredit. LONDON/ PARIS, Feb 11- European shares slipped on Wednesday, with investors uneasy over how euro zone ministerial meetings on Greece's debt crisis will pan out, while a fall in UniCredit weighed on bank stocks. "The big disappointment majors on capital," said Jefferies equity analyst Joseph Dickerson, commenting on UniCredit.

  • *Stocks, euro slip lower before euro zone meetings on Greece. *Russian, Ukraine markets sag before Minsk meeting. LONDON, Feb 11- European stocks and the euro fell on Wednesday and the dollar rose as Greece and the euro zone edged closer to confrontation.

  • ROME/ PARIS, Feb 7- In Paris and Rome, it was sugar coated; in Berlin and Frankfurt unequivocal. But the message from European capitals to Greece's new leaders was the same at every stop on last week's tour- stick to your commitments. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will head to his first European summit on Thursday duly warned that it will be near impossible, as Athens...

  • ATHENS/ BRUSSELS, Feb 6- Greece's new leftist-led government, isolated in the euro zone and under pressure from the European Central Bank, said on Friday it wanted no more bailout money with strings attached from the European Union and International Monetary Fund. The official said Greece was in effect asking for a "bridge agreement" to keep state finances...

  • WRAPUP 1-Isolated Greece rejects bailout extension Friday, 6 Feb 2015 | 10:45 AM ET

    *Greece said to want "bridge agreement" on finances. *Crunch meetings on Greece next week. Varoufakis returned empty-handed from a tour of European capitals in which even left-leaning governments in France and Italy insisted Greece must stick to commitments made to the European Union and International Monetary Fund and rejected any debt write-off.

  • Eurogroup finance ministers will discuss how to proceed with financial support for Athens at a special session next Wednesday in preparation for talks among European Union leaders on the issue the following day. The meeting, to start at 1630 GMT in Brussels, will be a chance for the leftist-led government elected on Jan. 25 to explain how it wants to reform its...

  • LONDON, Feb 5- Falling oil prices and rate cuts in Europe are giving emerging market central banks the green light to ease their own monetary policies but investors are fearful that political pressure may be prompting some shifts in stance. Turkey is among several emerging economies that have cut interest rates in 2015 in response to plunging oil prices and...

  • *Rosneft faces $7 billion debt repayment to banks on Feb. 13. LONDON, Feb 3- Rosneft is raising money from Swiss trader Trafigura days before it must repay a $7 billion debt and squeezed by sanctions, industry sources said, seeking new options after a foray into the bond market fuelled a devaluation of the rouble. Now the Feb. 13 deadline for the repayment of another $7...

  • *China and euro zone PMIs in focus. BRUSSELS, Feb 1- The Federal Reserve's upgraded view that growth in the world's biggest economy is "solid", and so capable of withstanding an interest rate rise this year, will be put to the test by U.S. jobs data this week. Ructions over Greece's new anti-austerity government will also continue to grip markets, and could overshadow...

  • European gains tracked a late rally on Wall Street on Thursday, where stronger-than-expected U.S. jobs numbers and a rally in Apple and Boeing helped offset some disappointing earnings. "Retail sales in Germany and Spain, as well as consumer spending in France, are above expectations. These are the first signs for the positive impact from low oil prices and are a...

  • Germany's DAX, up 0.3 percent, outperformed the pan-European index after data showing German retail sales increased for a fifth consecutive year in 2014, rising by 1.4 percent in real terms, reflecting the buoyant mood among consumers in Europe's largest economy. "Retail sales in Germany and Spain, as well as consumer spending in France, are above expectations.

  • *Nordea, Deutsche Bank lead with results this week. LONDON, Jan 26- The euro zone's attempt to kick-start its stagnant economy should provide a bright spot for European bank bosses in a results' season that will be grim for investment bank revenues, sluggish for returns and where cost-cutting is key. Deutsche Bank's co-CEO Anshu Jain said QE could cause "real...