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The attack in France has cast a pall over U.S. futures, but data from China has investors there bubbly.
Bank of England defies market expectations and keeps rate at 0.5%; expects easing in August.
Shares in the potential German seller rise sharply, despite some suspicions the talks are a negotiating ruse by the St. Louis company.
Bank of England defies market expectations and keeps rate at 0.5%
UniCredit rises after the bank's chairman says asset sales won't address ECB capital demands, while BASF gains in Frankfurt on talk of the transfer of an agricultural unit to Monsanto.
Talk of alternatives to Bayer's rejected $66 billion eclipsed disappointing third-quarter results.
Expanded relationship will create new product and market opportunities supported by long-term financing structure
The German chemicals giant said it would buy Albemarle's surface chemicals division for $3.2 billion in cash.
Brussels statisticians raise their estimate of first-quarter eurozone growth, while Shell promises more cost cuts following its BG purchase.
The St. Louis seeds giant turns from bidder to target.
Competition open to U.S. and Canadian Ph.D. students and young researchers
Value-priced primers and clears made in North America
European stocks rise Monday while Asian shares move higher.
BASF wants to break up the planned merger of DuPont and Dow, but that likelihood seems slim.
Dow investors should rest easy, analysts say, as its proposed merger with DuPont faces no meaningful obstacles.
European stocks rose on Friday amid hopes that G20 policy makers meeting in Shanghai would take action to spur growth.
These stocks have underperformed the exchange-traded fund tracking them, according to the technical charts. With a rumored merger of DuPont and Dow Chemical, Cramer weighs in.
Maros Sefcovic says the 'politically sensitive' project is a threat to European energy security.
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.
The currently unloved chemical giant is poised to rebound on the strength of new leadership and internal streamlining.
Europe's major markets move lower Tuesday as investors warily turn their attention to the pending Federal Reserve and the Bank of Japan meetings.
Profits heading in the wrong direction does not inspire confidence.
Monsanto's third offer for the Swiss seeds company doesn't prove to be a charm.
Why Germany? The overall attitude of the people is upbeat, new construction is ample enough to easily notice and the cost of gasoline is lower.
European markets were mixed on Friday as positive earnings reports battled to gain the upper hand against worries about Chinese growth and slightly disappointing eurozone data.
Among other things the Swiss firm's chairman said he wants a heftier breakup fee than what suitor Monsanto is offering.