European Shares Set to Rebound; Results Eyed


European shares were expected to open higher on Tuesday, rebounding along with the United States and Asia from sharp falls in the previous session, as investors prepared for a rush of corporate results.

Bookmakers in London said they saw Britain's FTSE 100 opening up 57 to 62 points, Germany's DAX up 69 to 76 points and France's CAC up 53 to 60 points.

Oil group BP and chemicals firm Akzo Nobel lead a clutch of companies reporting.