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.
German pay-TV company deems the $3.2 billion offer to minority shareholders as too low; CEO Brian Sullivan and other board members won't tender shares.
Global stock indices extend declines on Tuesday, with some European indices at a two-week low, as Federal Reserve policy makers prepared to begin a two-day meeting.
Dutch brewer Heineken confirmed on Sunday that it had received and rejected a takeover proposal from SABMiller.
European stock indices edge down ahead of critical retail sales and consumer data from the U.S. later today.
European stock indices are largely down on Friday, presaging a fifth consecutive day of losses ahead of critical retail sales and consumer data from the U.S.
European stock indices fall on Thursday, taking their cue from declining Chinese indices after price data pointed to economic weakness.
U.K.'s British Sky Broadcasting Group raises $5.2 billion in notes offerings toward the purchase of leading shareholder 21st Century Fox's Italian and German pay-TV interests.
Insurer Standard Life announces the surprise $3.7 billion sale of its Canadian business to Manulife Financial and said it would return $2.9 billion to shareholders.