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Asian markets get a steadying hand from Chinese rate cut at the weekend.
Asian markets strengthen on Monday, after the People's Bank of China announces its second interest rate cut in three months.
The Irish government rejected IAG's $1.5 billion offer for Aer Lingus this week, saying it needed more clarity about the buyer's employment and investment plans in Ireland.
European markets were mixed on a German parliamentary vote on the eurozone's Greek bailout.
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Workers distance themselves from key official who seems to support the Dublin-based airline's $1.54 billion takeover by British Airways owner International Consolidated Airlines Group.
European markets soar to new heights at the open, following Friday evening’s announcement of a deal to extend the Greek bailout for four months.
European markets are still celebrating a debt deal between the E.U. and Greece.
European markets stay steady, despite some skepticism over Greek government’s request for a six month bailout extension that Germans and other hardliners may still not accept.
European markets were relatively steady this morning, despite fears that Greece's latest request for a six-month extension to its $196 billion bailout might still fall on deaf ears.