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European stocks ended Monday's session with little change as benchmarks rose and then retreated to last week's levels amid ongoing concern over the political developments in the United States.
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European markets headed higher -- and the euro plunged against the dollar -- as a new bailout will keep Greece inside the euro currency in return for austerity measures.
European markets rose on Wednesday after European leaders gave Greece a Sunday ultimatum for a rescue deal or face eviction from the euro. The Chinese stock rout dampened the mood.
U.K. stocks rallied Friday as Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservative Party won a majority. Bank stocks rose, and continental stocks were increasing too.
North American regulators give their blessing to the $39 billion building materials union, while a major Holcim shareholder pledges support ahead of Friday's shareholder vote.
Russia's Eurocement Holding has thrown its weight behind the $40 billion merger of construction materials giants Holcim and Lafarge, just a week before a Holcim shareholder vote on the deal.
European stock indices rose on Thursday following modest gains on Wall Street ahead of a crunch Greek debt repayment to the country's international creditors. Carmakers gained.
European stocks rose on Monday as March gains in eurozone economic sentiment and the business climate indicator added to confidence that the recovery is gathering pace.
U.S. stock futures are trending upward Friday as investors regroup after a mixed trading day Thursday that hinged on oil price fears.
Europe's markets rose gently Friday, despite the continuing impasse over the Greek bailout, which sent yields rising dramatically on Greek debt.
Lafarge agrees to negotiate a new exchange ratio but rules out Holcim's demand for more control in management of the combined group.
U.S. stock futures are looking up Monday as investors bounce back from a rocky trading week and brace for the Federal Reserve Open Market Committee meeting starting Tuesday.
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.
European stocks were mixed on Thursday, with the U.K. leading the continent's major indices as mining groups rebounded.
European markets followed the Asian markets down, as investors worried that the strength of the U.S. economy might drive the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates.
European stocks are mixed Monday, driven in part by the mixed results of the latest manufacturing surveys.
European indices rise Wednesday on robust corporate earnings.
Shares of Anglo American (AAUKY) are down in heavy trading volume after the miner said that it would sell its 50% stake in Lafarge Tarmac to Lafarge (LFRGY).
Thanks to ego-driven insecurities the much-awaited Publicis/Omnicom mega-merger collapsed, according to rival ad giant, WPP and other sources.
Dow Jones (DJIA) futures are lower in the stock market today, the S&P futures are down, and the Nasdaq futures are also lower.
The trading panel says infrastructure stocks have fallen to attractive prices.
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