Laura Board is The Deal’s international editor. Based in London, she leads a team producing news and features on corporate finance and regulation from Brussels to Brisbane. Board joined the The Deal shortly after its 1999 launch from the Financial Times. Before that, she worked at Bloomberg News in Frankfurt and London and at Retail Week. She speaks French, Italian, German and Spanish.
Energy stocks rise even as oil prices give up initial gains.
An agreement to curb output boosts producers including Cnooc, China Petroleum and Inpex.
The German Finance Ministry says talk of it preparing a last-resort plan to take a 25% holding is wrong.
The Edinburgh lender's shares rise, despite the array of lawsuits and investigations it still faces.
Shares in the lender pare early gains amid new talk, denied by at least one party, of a potential state rescue.
Japanese indices drop, with banks and insurers among the decliners, and U.S. futures edge lower.
The TV production group could reportedly be valued at up to $1 billion.
The dollar rises against the yen and the euro after Clinton emerges as the "winner" in the first-round clash.
A trio of indicators from research institute Ifo runs counter to weak recent purchasing managers' indices and industrial output numbers.
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