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European markets added cautious gains at the open of trading Monday even as investors trimmed holdings in Italian stocks following Sunday's referendum result.
The chipmaker's shares weakened recently, offering an entry opportunity.
The German chipmaker predicts sales growth to the automotive sector will outstrip group expansion.
European stocks are trading cautiously at the open ahead of a key budget statement from U.K. Finance Minister Philip Hammond.
Infineon lifted its 2017 margin forecast to 17% amid the strengthening U.S. dollar.
Shares of Infineon Technologies were higher Friday because the Apple supplier is expected to report strong revenue growth next week.
Eyes on whether the chip maker can maintain growth as more rivals expand through M&As.
Uncertainty may deter some out of the U.K., but other companies continue to believe London ticks the right boxes.
The health care unit is Siemens' largest by revenue and could benefit from the change of U.S. government.
Shares in Infineon, NXP and ASML fall sharply.
Any news on the potential, and as-yet-unconfirmed, $41.5 billion transaction will eclipse third-quarter numbers.
From Allergan to Starbucks, these names look promising to TheStreet's Jack Mohr.
Linde gains in Frankfurt on renewed merger talks hope with Praxair after CFO departs.
Amazon competitor Ocado loses more than 14% as falling food prices put pressure on margins.
STMicroelectronics, Infineon Technologies and Imagination Technologies are among European companies in line for a booster from the new device.
Futures recently pointed to a positive U.S. open.
London markets lead a buoyant afternoon during the European trading session
Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse tumble on their ouster from the Stoxx Europe 50 index, while Italian lenders Monte dei Paschi and UniCredit post steep declines.
An automotive-sector expansion helps offset a smartphone downturn.
Investors take a glass-half-empty view of even solid company updates, including forecast-busting results from BMW.
European markets close modestly higher following calm session.
Cree is offloading Wolfspeed for $850 million as the LED products maker continues its journey to become a pure-play LED products maker.
- Combination further strengthens Infineon as leading supplier of power and radio-frequency (RF) power solutions in high-growth markets such as electro-mobility, renewables and next-generation cellular infrastructure relevant for the Internet of Things (IoT)
Bloodletting renews in Europe on concerns over Italian banks, economic growth and UK property market
The alliance will be formally announced Friday but the German automaker has said 2021 is target date for this self-driving BMW.
Solution combines powerful computing with safety-critical software to enable the advanced driver assistance systems necessary for self-driving vehicles
European markets rose a little, buoyed by Greek reforms to allow more detailed bailout negotiations. Strong quarterly results, especially in continental Europe, also helped the mood.