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European stock indices were mixed on Wednesday, with London markets moving lower on disappointing economic news and corporate worries.
European stocks are mixed on Wednesday, with London markets moving lower on disappointing economic news and corporate worries.
Struggling U.K. food retailer Tesco gained an unexpected, and possibly unwanted, ally in its turnaround efforts when Sports Direct International said it had taken an option in the company.
European stock indices are mixed on Thursday, after a predominantly negative day of trading in Asia.
The U.K.'s Royal Bank of Scotland Group sold a quarter of Citizens Financial Group below an indicative price range to value the Providence, R.I. lender at $12 billion.
European indices plunge amid fears that a Treasury and IRS clampdown on companies striking takeover deals to cut their tax bills will stem the tide of American dealmaking in Europe.
European stock indices plunge on Tuesday amid profit warnings from high-profile companies and fears that a U.S. clampdown will stem the tide of American deal-making in Europe.
Germany's Merck on Monday claimed to have made a "quantum leap" in its life sciences business after striking a $17 billion deal to buy Sigma-Aldrich of St Louis.
European stock indices rise after a strong day of trading in Asia and after Scotland rejected independence from the rest of the U.K.
European stocks rise, after a strong day of trading in Asia and as Scotland rejects independence from the rest of the U.K.