European stocks were mainly in positive territory Tuesday as strong corporate news offset concerns about imminent U.S. and EU sanctions against Russia and ahead of the Fed meeting.
European stocks returned to positive territory Tuesday, as strong corporate news offset concerns about imminent sanctions against key sectors of Russia’s economy.
Investors in Banco Espirito Santo bet on Wednesday that the Portuguese lender can avoid being subsumed by the debt troubles of affiliates after the bank disclosed two significant shareholders.
European stocks rebounded Tuesday, as EU foreign ministers gathered in Brussels to discuss whether to ratchet up sanctions against Russia.
European stocks rebound Tuesday, as EU foreign ministers gather in Brussels to discuss whether to increase sanctions against Russia.
European stocks rose after the U.K. jobless rate fell to its lowest level in five and a half years and as China’s economic growth increased.
European stocks rise after the U.K. jobless rate falls and as China's economic growth increases for the first time in three quarters.
China has a relatively young antitrust regime, in comparison to the U.S. and the EU, and that could make closing M&A deals more challenging.
Portugal's Banco Espirito Santo insisted it would be able to absorb potential losses incurred through exposures to its largest shareholder after its shares plunged 17% and triggered a market rout.
European stocks continued to lose steam on Tuesday, as disappointing corporate news and an unexpected U.K. manufacturing slump caused some jitters.