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European stock indices edge higher on Tuesday, helped by a strong performance on Wall Street on Monday and better-than-expected data from the euro-zone’s largest economy.
European stock indices edged higher on Tuesday, helped by a strong performance on Wall Street on Monday and better-than-expected data from Germany, the eurozone's largest economy.
The companies say the union of the two utilities will allow them to 'aggressively pursue' opportunities in sectors including wind power.
European stock indices are mixed, with core euro-zone indices helped by a bigger-than-expected decline in German joblessness.
European stock indices were mixed on Thursday, with core eurozone indices helped by a bigger-than-expected decline in German joblessness amid earnings reports from some of the region's largest companies.
Greek stock indices emerge as the early winners Tuesday as Greece and its international creditors move towards a solution to the Mediterranean nation’s debt crisis.
European stock indices were mixed on Tuesday as Greece moved toward a solution to its debt crisis and investors waited for Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's testimony to Congress.
The companies anticipate a long wait for regulatory clearances, reflecting what will likely be tough antitrust reviews.
European stock indices rise, with the biggest gains in southern Europe, amid renewed optimism about Greece's debt crisis.
European stock indices rose amid renewed optimism that Greece, its international creditors and eurozone leaders will agree on a solution to the country's debt crisis.