European stocks were mixed to lower on Thursday, as the U.K. left its first-quarter GDP growth estimate unchanged.
European stocks were mixed to lower on Thursday as the U.K. left its first-quarter GDP growth estimate unchanged and worries over Greece continued ahead of next week's loan payment deadline.
European stocks were back in positive territory on Wednesday, recovering from a three-day decline amid stronger than expected German consumer confidence.
European stocks were back in positive territory on Wednesday, recovering from a three-day decline amid stronger-than-expected German consumer confidence and as deal momentum boosted individual stocks, including Imperial Tobacco.
Dutch supermarket retailer Royal Ahold may have the upper hand in early-stage merger talks with smaller Belgian peer Delhaize Group, but getting a deal done won't be easy.
European markets struggled for direction Wednesday, as telecom stocks grabbed the spotlight.
European markets struggled for direction Wednesday as Altice made a $9.1 billion deal for a majority stake in U.S. cable company Suddenlink.
Continuing a hard line on telecom mergers, the European Commission said it would let Orange buy Jazztel after the firms agreed to commitments to ensure fair competition in Spain.
European stocks rebounded on Wednesday, as euro-area growth gathered pace in the first quarter and amid strong earnings from several corporates.
European stocks rebounded on Wednesday, as eurozone growth gathered pace in the first quarter and as investors toasted strong earnings from brewer SABMiller and packaging and paper producer Mondi.