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Markets hit by Greece worries, though Greek market recovers somewhat.
European markets were mixed as worries over a possible Greek debt default contended with strong employment numbers from the U.K. and news of a Rolls-Royce deal with airline Emirates.
European markets were subdued on Monday morning, despite the continuing exuberance in Chinese markets, as the chairman of Volkswagen squared off against its CEO.
Britain’s industrial performance disappoints and Labour is ahead in the polls, but London index doesn’t flinch.
European stocks rose after a strong day in Chinese markets, despite strains over Greece's debt and an upcoming British election.
European markets lacked direction Tuesday, as weakness in Asia and worries over Greece and deflation seemed to weigh on sentiment even as the economy in Germany showed continued strength.
The Israeli drug company thinks the biopharmaceutical drug developer will strengthen its position in its core central nervous system segment.
Israeli drug company Teva Pharmaceutical Industries is buying Auspex Pharmaceuticals, with its portfolio of drugs to treat Tourette Syndrome, Huntington's chorea and a variety of other maladies.
London’s oil and resources heavy FTSE100 slips back while continental markets recover some of yesterday’s losses.
European markets were mixed Friday, with London's oil-and-resources-heavy FTSE 100 slipping back, while continental markets seemed to be recovering some of Thursday's losses.