European stocks close sharply lower on Wednesday as investors reacted to fresh corporate earnings and ongoing political uncertainty in the U.S.
European markets finished roughly flat on Wednesday, after investors waded through a raft of corporate earnings and news from individual stocks.
Technical secrets were stolen from the steel production and manufacturing plant design divisions of ThyssenKrupp in cyber attacks.
European stocks closed slightly higher on Thursday as investors focused on new economic data from Germany.
German steel-to-elevators group Thyssenkrupp forecast a smaller-than-expected rise in operating profit for its current fiscal year,
ThyssenKrupp full-year net profit declined by 4 percent, missing expectations amid difficult market conditions. CNBC’s Annette Weisbach reports.
CNBC’s Annette Weisbach reacts to the comments made by ThyssenKrupp CEO in a CNBC interview, while commenting on the firm’s strategy going forward.
ThyssenKrupp CEO Heinrich Hiesinger weighs in on whether the EU’s current tariffs on Chinese steel imports should be higher.
ThyssenKrupp CEO Heinrich Hiesinger weighs in on what a Donald Trump presidency may look like and how it impacts the materials space.
While discussing its earnings, ThyssenKrupp CEO Heinrich Hiesinger says if you work in the materials space, you have to get used to the market volatility.
European stocks finished in the black on Thursday as investors cheered on the sharp rebound in oil prices.
European stocks finished with strong gains on Monday after the S&P 500 index posted an all-time record high shortly after Wall Street opened.
European equities ended higher on Tuesday, as sentiment was lifted by a handful of positive earnings and a sharp tick-up in commodity stocks and prices.
Thyssenkrupp cut its full-year forecasts on a drop in prices for materials including steel that it said were sharper than it had expected.
Guido Kerkhoff, CFO of Thyssenkrupp, explains why the steel producer has cut its profit forecast on the back of falling earnings.
European equities finished mixed as investors digested a whole raft of new earnings, ahead of a number of important central bank meetings this week.
European stocks finished Friday in the red as investors digested the latest earnings and China data, ahead of a key oil summit this weekend.
India's Tata Steel is planning to take a stake in Thyssenkrupp's European steel unit, Rheinische Post reported, citing government sources in Berlin.
Japan has enlisted electronics firm Toshiba to help it try to win Asia's biggest defense contract, three sources said.
European equities finished in positive territory on Thursday as investors digested a slew of announcements from global central banks.