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Markets pulled back from recent highs in Europe as investors fixated on a return of inflation and the IPO of Snap on the NYSE.
Deutsche Telekom posted solid domestic earnings growth Thursday but a writedown of its stake in Britain's BT offset improvements in its U.S. T-Mobile unit.
European stocks edged higher in early Thursday trading but gains were limited ahead of key Eurozone inflation data and disappointing earnings from some of the region's biggest companies.
M&A continued as a key influence for European stocks while politics also returned to the fore as polls narrowed in favor of Le Pen
European stocks traded higher across the board Monday as takeover news and solid economic sentiment offset ongoing concerns over political uncertainty in the region
European stocks traded higher across the board Monday as takeover news and solid economic sentiment offset ongoing concerns over political uncertainty in the region.
Deutsche Telekom shares rose firmly in Frankfurt Monday amid speculation of a potential merger between its majority-owned T-Mobile US unit with wireless rival Sprint S.
Luckily for investors, T-Mobile has great earnings and cash flow, along with the possibility for M&A, Cramer said.
Europe's largest telecom company says it may have been a victim of an external target.
Deutsche Telekom reiterates its full-year guidance.
The EU's 5G action plan could bring new regulatory hurdles for U.S. tech giants.
The Australian bank calls Vodafone's recent joint venture with John Malone's Liberty Global in the Netherlands an act of "desperation to do deals."
T-Mobile U.S.'s stellar performance is cushioning the blow of lackluster domestic performance.
Mining shares drag down the London benchmark while Frankfurt and Paris edge higher.
Be prepared for when the ECB starts buying corporate bonds.
The talks continue, and that may be the best Halliburton can hope for until the Department of Justice acts.
Dish Networks falls after reports that the FCC may oppose a portion of the discounts two of its partners received. T-Mobile drops as its merger talks with Dish stall.
Germany's blue-chip DAX index is going into a correction, but this offers opportunities for investors, one strategist says.
There's plenty of action in European markets Monday, despite continued nervousness about negotiations with Greece and some downsizing of expectations on the British economy.
If Dish CEO Charlie Ergen can agree to merger with T-Mobile, the satellite-TV operator will finally have a mobile platform for his enormous network spectrum.
U.S. stock futures are dropping as investors wring their hands over Greece's debt situation and await jobless claims data. Dish looks close to a deal to merge with T-Mobile.
European equities investors felt the impact of a sharp selloff of government bonds, and were skeptical of progress on the Greek crisis, with stock indices trading sharply lower on Thursday.
European stocks rebounded on Wednesday, as eurozone growth gathered pace in the first quarter and as investors toasted strong earnings from brewer SABMiller and packaging and paper producer Mondi.
T-Mobile (TMUS) CEO John Legere said he thinks it "makes some sense" to team up with Dish Networks (DISH).
The U.K. telecom company will issue $1.5 billion of new shares to help fund the $19 billion acquisition, which marks its return to providing wireless services after a 13-year absence.
T-Mobile US (TMUS) is up after the company announced an increase in user additions for 2014.