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Global stocks were steady Tuesday as investors returned to big-name equities following yesterday's Facebook-led wipe-out of the tech sector and prepped for this week's interest rate decision from the U.S. Federal Reserve.
Thursday's mega-investment in Indian e-commerce company Flipkart is just the latest example of SoftBank's breakneck tech investment pace.
PIMCO's Q2 net client inflows hit record €52 billion.
UniCredit shares rose Monday after it confirmed plans for a $20 billion sale non-performing loans with Fortress FIG and PIMCO.
Allianz said cash flowed into its Pimco asset management division at the fastest pace in four years in the first quarter as Europe's biggest insurance group posted stronger-than-expected earnings.
Here is your round-up of the financial news from around the world
Generali stock fell Thursday after details of a strategy revamp in asset management failed were overshadowed by poorer than expected first-quarter results
While Continental stocks reversed losses convincingly, London remained under pressure as ex-dividends weighed
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European stocks traded higher on Tuesday as investors regained some optimism for tax cuts and fiscal stimulus from President Donald Trump.
Allianz shares edged higher in Frankfurt after a unit Europe's biggest insurance group had reached an agreement with Bill Gross over his departure from Pacific Investment Management in 2014.
Aberdeen Asset Management and Standard Life have confirmed plans to create Europe's second-biggest asset manager in a $13.5 billion all-share merger
Intesa Sanpaolo stock surged Monday after the lender walked away from a takeover of of the Mediterranean nation's largest insurer, Assicurazioni Generali.
Allianz rose to the highest in more than a year after it launched its first-ever share buyback and boost its annual dividend after better-than-expected full-year earnings
A softer session in Asia saw investors trim risk following a dollar retreat and scattered press conference from President Donald Trump
European stocks drifted lower Friday as investors trimmed risky positions following a pullback from recent market highs and an erratic press conference from President Donald Trump.
Allianz rose to the highest in more than a year after it launched its first-ever share buyback and boost its annual dividend after better-than-expected full year earnings.
The Italian lender Intesa plays down speculation about a planned takeover of insurer Generali.
The Italian lender Intesa has said that it is merely carrying out a case study of a possible merger with insurer Generali.
Generali shares rose to the highest level in more than a year on Wednesday after Italy's Intesa Sanpaolo confirmed it may make a takeover bid for the insurance group.
European stock markets saw a broad rebound from their earlier lull on Tuesday, although London fell on steep losses for BT and a stronger currency
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European markets fall at the last hurdle but round off a strong week, with Trump concerns now abating.
PIMCO sees first quarterly inflows since 2013 in the third quarter.
European investors protected weekly gains in early trading Friday amid a surge in global bond yields following Tuesday's U.S. elections.
Media reports continue to drive share gains, but legal issues remain key to a sustained advance.
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