Weak February U.S. durable goods data and concerns about Greece’s debt crisis and the civil war in Yemen weigh on European stock indices on Thursday.
Weak U.S. durable goods data and concerns about Greek debt and war in Yemen weighed on European stock indices Thursday, with stocks falling sharply after a Wall Street selloff.
European stock indices rise on Tuesday after a volatile day in Asia as strong gauges of private-sector strength from Germany and the euro-zone offset weak Chinese data.
European stock indices edged higher on Tuesday after a volatile day in Asia, as gauges showed private-sector strength in Germany and the eurozone offset weak Chinese data.
Bain Capital is buying out and taking private Japan Wind Development, along with Japan Wind's CEO. Bain private equity investors will hold a large share of the company.
The retail-focused investment trust says the New York hedge fund's interests are out of sync with other shareholders.
The Spanish lender agrees to pay book value for TSB and to keep TSB's CEO and CFO at the helm.
European stock indices make modest gains on Thursday on the back of dovish commentary from the Fed yesterday.
European stock indices made modest gains Thursday after dovish comments from the Fed and despite drops in fashion retailers.
China's Baidu, KKR and Coatue stump up $170 million as the Chinese company expands into the business-to-consumer used-car sector.