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European stock benchmarks moved sharply higher Wednesday as investors responded to dissipating political risks and a seemingly brighter outlook for the U.S. and economies across Europe.
European stocks slumped Wednesday as the latest skirmish in Washington, over President Donald Trump's unorthodox stewardship of the Oval Office left markets jilted.
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CRH shares gained Wednesday after it reported a rise in first quarter sales and said second half earnings in the U.S. will benefit from President Donald Trump's infrastructure spending plans.
European stocks rose as optimism renewed among investors and the Trump Trade returned.
Britain's benchmark FTSE 100 index hit a record high Wednesday as bank stocks gained on renewed speculation of a March rate increase from the U.S. Federal reserve.
European stocks whipsawed as investors reacted to a White House resignation, poor eurozone data and Yellen putting tightening on the table with lawmakers
Mexico's Cemex, Greece's Titan and Italy's Buzzi Unicem have the most to gain from the President-elect's promised construction splurge, says Exane BNP.
Building materials group CRH sees sales rise on favorable weather.
Jimmy Choo shares surge as first-half revenue jumps, Entertainment One plunges.
Jimmy Choo shares surge as first-half revenue jumps.
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European stocks are mixed on Thursday as mining shares stoke modest gains in London but eurozone indices stutter.
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European stocks rally, following Wall Street and Asia higher, amid mounting optimism the Federal Reserve will be able to increase interest rates next month without roiling markets.
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The roller coaster week in European stocks continued Thursday, as markets posted strong gains following Wednesday's falls, Tuesday's rise and Monday's tumble.
Europe's markets rose gently Friday, despite the continuing impasse over the Greek bailout, which sent yields rising dramatically on Greek debt.
The Lafarge CEO could become co-chairman, while Lafarge's CFO has emerged as a candidate to head the combined group, according to sources.
Lafarge agrees to negotiate a new exchange ratio but rules out Holcim's demand for more control in management of the combined group.
European markets continued their upward march this morning, buoyed by continued European Central Bank bond buying and ahead of the U.S. Federal Reserve's meeting.
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