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An impending trade war, rising bond yields and political instability in one of Europe's biggest economies has markets on edge Monday, but regional stocks are firmly in the green and Wall Street is looking for an opening bell rebound.
Some French companies will get a temporary windfall, but others will need to pay more tax.
Risk appetite among investors dissipated from the market Thursday
Low interest rates has led to multiple insurers considering changes to their business structure.
New Alliance Bernstein CEO Seth Bernstein and executives of major shareholder AXA have indicated they're inclined to keep former chief Peter Kraus's strategies, despite his unceremonious dismissal.
Axa, Europe's second largest. insurer will sell a minority stake in its US operations after ousting AllianceBernstein CEO Peter Kraus.
Low expectations offer investors promising opportunities if they know where to look.
Peter Kraus becameCEO in 2008.
It's not all about drugs in the Philippines, which is finally making good on promise shown some 60 years ago. Proposed tax changes should give equities a real boost.
French and German stocks posted a weekly loss Thursday as the Gallic election approaches while London eked out a minor gain
Improving economic conditions as well as low valuations has some European blue-chips looking attractive. We've found a few names from Validea's European model portfolio.
A series of profit warnings and a frustration over slow progress at the White House pushed stocks lower
Corporate earnings and resurgent concerns over politics hit European benchmarks on Thursday.
The Italian insurer is reportedly the target of Intesa Sanpaolo and Allianz.
A narrowing Clinton-Trump poll spread and a reversal of fortunes for U.K. stocks send markets into a tailspin.
Such companies tend to perform well over the long term.
Bloodletting renews in Europe on concerns over Italian banks, economic growth and UK property market
Calm remains elusive as another bloodbath in European equities pushes losses for some stocks toward 20%
The French insurer holds about $2 billion of tobacco company bonds and shares.
Short-term volatility and pressure will take a toll on European stocks in the near term, but its markets should rebound shortly, which makes this an entry point for investors.
U.S. stock futures are slumping on a busy earnings day, even as Greece announced it is expecting to finalize its bailout deal by Aug. 18.
European stocks were mixed Tuesday as the Greek equities selloff entered a second day and as companies from German carmaker BMW to French insurer Axa posted earnings.
The $520 million deal ends Genworth's three-year search for a buyer for the business.
European stocks were mixed on Wednesday, as falling oil prices dragged energy stocks lower and as investors awaited Congressional testimony by U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.
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