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GlaxoSmithKline beat analysts' expectations for fourth-quarter sales and earnings Wednesday but warned of a significant hit this year from anticipated generic competition to its Advair asthma treatment.
GlaxoSmithKline reports fourth-quarter earnings Wednesday, with investors looking for guidance on the fate of its key Advair drug and the recent pace of organic growth for new products sales.
Benchmarks in Europe were broadly higher after new Iran sanctions boosted oil, while investors focus on corporate earnings and solid jobs data.
European investors looked past weaker manufacturing data and a rate hike from China Friday, preferring to focus on a key jobs report from the U.S. later in the session.
Steady manufacturing data and company earnings helped investors to shake off the blues in Europe and to boost markets on Wednesday.
U.S. stock futures and shares in London and Asia fall Thursday after Donald Trump offers few details on his policies during his first press conference since winning the U.S. election.
European health care and pharmaceutical company shares were hit hard Thursday after President-elect Donald Trump accused some firms of 'getting away with murder' in his Wednesday press conference.
London stock markets lead as real estate and consumer stocks rise, buoyed by earnings and economic data.
Experts say mutual funds' stakes across an industry can thwart competition and that anti-trust regulators should require them to pare their holdings in that case.
European stocks hit three-month high due to gains made after payroll miss.
Better than expected economic data helps push Spain's IBEX and London's FTSE 250 higher, but many other indices close in the red.
The central bank cut interest rates to 0.25% and introduced measures to prop up the post-Brexit economy.
The pound falls 0.2% against the dollar ahead of the U.K. central bank's expected quarter-point rate cut.
Purchasing managers' surveys point toward a slowdown in U.K services and manufacturing
European stocks were following Asia higher in a quiet post-Christmas trading session.
European stocks rose on Wednesday, driven by earnings from companies including Dutch phone giant Royal KPN and global luxury leader LVMH, as well as continued M&A deal momentum.
European markets were higher Tuesday as they rebounded from a five-session losing streak, buoyed by big-ticket deal news out of the U.K. and some strong results.
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