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U.S. stock futures are lower on Thursday, and European stocks extend their declines.
The French telecoms and cable group controlled by billionaire Patrick Drahi raised its stake in SFR Group.
Billionaire Patrick Drahi could have Charter in his sights
Talk of a pending settlement between the German institution and the Department of Justice buoys the shares.
The pound continues to fall as markets await Prime Minister Theresa May's speech later on Wednesday.
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The Amsterdam-listed cable investor launched a $2 billion equity sale, and released details of the $8.6 billion in bonds issued to buy Cablevision.
European stocks start the first trading day of the fourth quarter in positive territory, amid signs of continued growth in the single-currency zone.
Cable network valuations are tumbling. The moguls running them are taking heat from investors to stop the buybacks and start merging.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed Thursday at 16,674.74, a drop of less than 1%.
The roller coaster week in European stocks continued Thursday, as markets posted strong gains following Wednesday's falls, Tuesday's rise and Monday's tumble.
European stocks were little changed on Friday, largely recovering from early losses on disappointing German economic data, as investors waited for non-farm payroll figures from the U.S.
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The unsolicited offer would make Numericable-SFR France's largest wireless service provider, but the deal is likely to face government and antitrust authority opposition.
U.S. stock futures are rallying as a potential Greek debt deal lifted a cloud over U.S. markets too.
European stocks are strongly up as a resolution to the Greek debt crisis seemed at hand -- for now, anyway.
New York-based Cablevision is looking to make a deal, giving CEO James Dolan the choice between an acquisition or selling the company.
John Malone's conquest of the cable TV market would gain real traction with this deal.
Continued worries about a Greek debt default weighed on European markets, as stocks reacted to progress made by challenger parties in elections in Spain and Poland.
Charter Communications falls as it faces potential competition for a Time Warner Cable deal. Frontier Communications hits a new 52-week low.
AT&T advances as the telecom behemoth unveiled plans to expand its footprint to Mexico. T-Mobile soars after its major investor indicates a willingness to merge with a partner.
Shares of Time Warner Cable and Charter Communications head higher on the notion that both companies stand to gain in the event of a merger.
Cablevision surged by double-digits following an analyst upgrade. Time Warner Cable soars that a number of buyers want the company.
Time Warner Cable is profitable, has operations in large U.S. cities and has made it clear it's for sale. No wonder France's Altice along with Charter Communications are interested.
European markets struggled for direction Wednesday as Altice made a $9.1 billion deal for a majority stake in U.S. cable company Suddenlink.
European stock indices edged higher on Tuesday, helped by a strong performance on Wall Street on Monday and better-than-expected data from Germany, the eurozone's largest economy.
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