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Bank and commodity stocks dragged European benchmarks lower Tuesday as mining stocks pared Monday's gains and the second-quarter earnings season got underway.
European stocks are firmly on the back foot.
Ericsson shares fall the most since October.
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Ericsson's chairman departs.
Analysts are using creative math and high multiples to argue stocks that have already soared will continue doing so. It's not the first time this has happened.
European stocks traded mixed early Wednesday, but Asia was also in focus.
Ericsson stock lept Wednesday after investors' hopes of a turnaround at the beleaguered communications firm were buoyed by an activist investor having taken a stake in the Swedish company.
Ericsson shares have fallen more than 40% over the past two years.
Unlike its 2011 patent deal with Nokia, Apple's latest settlement with the company makes no mention of royalties. That likely has a lot to do with its battle with Qualcomm.
- On the eve of the 101st running of Indianapolis 500, Verizon and Ericsson are testing fifth generation (5G) wireless technology in a home in the shadow of Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Ericsson reported disappointing 1Q earnings Tuesday.
European stocks traded higher on Tuesday as investors regained some optimism for tax cuts and fiscal stimulus from President Donald Trump.
Ericsson said Tuesday that it will take a much larger-than-expected restructuring hit as it seeks to steady its finances and realign its business model under new CEO Borje Ekholm.
European stocks traded firmly in the green early Tuesday as investors regained some optimism for tax cuts and fiscal stimulus from President Donald Trump.
The giant carrier's unlimited data plan should help it gain and hang on to customers, even if it doesn't immediately add to revenues.
In light of International Women's Day, State Street Global Advisors is pushing companies to put more women on boards, and preparing for proxy battles for companies that don't.
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