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Stocks hold lower on Friday, threatening to snap a 10-day record-breaking streak for the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
European stocks were weaker and bonds higher as unease returned to markets.
Stocks hold lower on Friday in what looks to be the end to a 10-day record-breaking streak for the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average looks set to snap a 10-day record-breaking streak on Friday as stock futures in the U.S. follow European markets lower.
European stocks opened a holiday-thinned session with caution as U.S. dollar strength continues to drive sentiment.
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The German chemical giant blames falling sales on lower prices and the sale of its gas trading business, but says a major harbor fire will not affect the full-year outlook.
BASF staff were injured following an explosion at a facility in Ludwigshafen, Germany.
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Overall revenue for the Monsanto bidder falls short of expectations.
The German chemicals company sticks with its forecast for a slight fall in full-year operating profit and a significant decline in sales.
Results from the ChemChina bid target come on the heels of disappointing figures from former suitor Monsanto.
The Dutch maker of coatings and paints expects deflationary pressures and currency headwinds to continue.
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.
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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.
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