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Standard Life Aberdeen has agreed to sell the bulk of its insurance business to Phoenix Group for 3.24 billion pounds ($4.51 billion).
Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska plans to step down as the president of aluminium giant Rusal, the company said in a statement on Friday.
Swiss Re reported better-than-expected annual net income on Friday despite huge claims during a disaster-heavy 2017.
Equities in Europe traded just above the flatline as investors reacted to earnings and waited for a report from the Federal Reserve.
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Italians go to the polls on March 4 in an election that could either help to rebalance the political environment or send shockwaves through the country and beyond.
The euro rose to a day's high on Thursday shortly after the ECB released minutes of its January meeting.
The banking crisis rocking a small Baltic nation in Europe has turned into a potential diplomatic incident.
The warning wiped more than a third off the Finnish firm's stock price amid deepening doubts about its valuation.
Market participants have distorted expectations on how much consumer prices will change in the future, an economist told CNBC Thursday.
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There is a risk of Italy's mafias "conditioning" the general election in March, Italy's Interior Minister Marco Minniti warned Wednesday.
Barclays CEO Jes Staley has no plans to leave the British bank despite an ongoing investigation by regulators.
European stocks recovered losses made earlier in the day.
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