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Centrica the U.K.'s biggest supplier of energy, stock gained in the first minutes of trading after it announced the disposal of two power plants
European benchmarks rose Tuesday as fallers from the previous session paired losses and concerns over political risks receded, in favor of a renewed focus on economic data and monetary policy.
European benchmarks were roundly higher at the close Friday following what was a volatile session for London, with British politics delivering yet another upset to pundits and pollsters alike.
Britain's general election could hammer the pound if voters fail to deliver a majority government to parliament, some analysts have cautioned.
Most major benchmarks were down Thursday, with Madrid and Frankfurt the deepest in the red, while London bucked the trend thanks to a weaker sterling
European stock markets were mixed Wednesday's as investors responded to yet another raft earnings reports, company statements and comments from policy makers across the continent.
Corporate earnings and calm in the mining sector helped to lift benchmarks across Europe Tuesday
Centrica and other energy stocks were under pressure in London Tuesday after the U.K. government said it will cap energy prices if it is re elected in June
Investors should look at cheap, inflation-proof stocks, which could be very cheap.
Corporate earnings and resurgent concerns over politics hit European benchmarks on Thursday.
But don't confuse the verb "may" with the British Prime Minister's surname.
A public holiday in much of Europe decreases volume.
The company expects two planned acquisitions to put pressure on its credit rating.
The Spanish oil producer becomes the latest in a parade of sector peers to post well-received quarterly numbers.
The energy company in the midst of a cost reduction program.
Shell leads decliners of major energy stocks after disappointment in Doha talks.
A 5%-plus fall in oil prices drags down global stock benchmarks as well as BP, Shell, Total and other producers.
European stocks cede modest gains Thursday morning ahead of a meeting of eurozone monetary policy makers.
European markets look poised to end a nine-session winning streak on Tuesday, slipping into the red as investors turn their attention to the second-quarter reporting season.
U.K. stocks rallied Friday as Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservative Party won a majority. Bank stocks rose, and continental stocks were increasing too.
European markets were relatively steady this morning, despite fears that Greece's latest request for a six-month extension to its $196 billion bailout might still fall on deaf ears.
European and Asian markets shrugged off last week's geopolitical gloom on Monday, as Russia stepped back in Ukraine and on hopes that U.S. airstrikes in Iraq may slow Islamist rebels.
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