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European stock benchmarks moved sharply higher Wednesday as investors responded to dissipating political risks and a seemingly brighter outlook for the U.S. and economies across Europe.
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European stocks slumped Wednesday as the latest skirmish in Washington, over President Donald Trump's unorthodox stewardship of the Oval Office left markets jilted.
Publicis shares surged to the top of the market in France and a three-month high after the world's third-largest advertising group said first quarter revenues slowed but topped analysts forecasts.
European stocks were mixed in the opening hour of Thursday trading amid a heavy slate of corporate earnings and cautious investor sentiment ahead of this weekend's presidential elections in France.
A Sunday victory for Marine Le Pen and Jean-Luc Melenchon would spell political disaster, but fear-induced volatility could create stock bargains.
Havas escaped a slump in European advertising stocks Wednesday after a move into China's lucrative media market through a joint venture with Guangdong Advertising Group.
Alphabet's YouTube is the latest to contend with controversial ad placements.
Both of London's indices set records on Friday while Frankfurt and Paris were also buoyant.
Publicis Groupe, the world's third-largest advertising group, revealed a heavy write-down on its U.S. digital business in the final report of outgoing CEO Maurice Levy.
Publicis shares fell to the bottom of the Paris market on Thursday after the world's third-largest advertising group revealed a heavy write-down on its digital business.
Publicis shares fell to the bottom of the Paris market Thursday after the world's third-largest advertising group revealed a heavy write-down on its digital business.
European stocks were mixed on Friday as Tesco jumps and German automakers drop.
Publicis Groupe traded higher Friday after the world's third-largest advertising company named its first new CEO in more than three decades.
Banks were the biggest detractor from returns as Monte Paschi and Deutsche Bank weighed amid risk-off trading
WPP's announcement follows similar statements by Publicis and Omnicom.
U.S. authorities may be looking into 'video production and post-production' practices in the global advertising industry.
Metals, mining and energy weigh on European markets
Worries about a short-term decline in U.S. advertising spending weigh on the shares.
Lufthansa leads the Frankfurt benchmark higher, with Deutsche Bank just behind on talk of Qatar support for a fundraising.
Ad agencies could suffer from marketing executives tightening purse strings in the fourth quarter
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