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European stocks were little changed on Wednesday as investors digested new data on euro-zone economic growth and retail sales ahead.
European stocks were little changed on Wednesday as investors digested new data on eurozone economic growth and retail sales ahead of Thursday's European Central Bank monetary policy meeting.
European stocks were mixed on Wednesday, as falling oil prices dragged energy stocks lower and as investors awaited a second day of Congressional testimony.
European stocks were mixed on Wednesday, as falling oil prices dragged energy stocks lower and as investors awaited Congressional testimony by U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.
Regulators are concerned GE's $12.9 billion agreement will leave only Siemens as a significant competitor in the European heavy-duty gas turbine market.
European stocks were mixed before euro-zone finance ministers gather in Brussels for crunch talks over Greece’s financial lifeline.
European stocks were mixed as eurozone finance ministers gather in Brussels for crunch talks over Greece's financial lifeline.
Last year's European Commission fine against Goldman Sachs Capital Partners for the cartel behavior of a former portfolio company 'pushes the boundaries' on financial investor responsibility.
The purchase is aimed at boosting the Japanese camera maker's exposure to the fast-growing video surveillance business.
European markets lost some steam on Wednesday as uncertainty over how Greece’s bailout demands will play out overshadowed fresh signs of the euro-area recovery gathering pace.