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Some French companies will get a temporary windfall, but others will need to pay more tax.
European stocks rebounded with a bang Friday as recent central bank actions fell by the wayside and markets took heart from the latest bailout deal between Greece and the EU.
Most major benchmarks were down Thursday, with Madrid and Frankfurt the deepest in the red, while London bucked the trend thanks to a weaker sterling
Morgan Stanley leads the banks, while Kirkland & Ellis tops the law firms.
Commodity exposure drove London higher, Paris broke even and Frankfurt dipped
Defense stocks were onto a winner Tuesday, following President Trump's pledge to boost military spending, while investors were also optimistic about the looming address to Congress.
Weak earnings and ex-dividend dates drove a correction in stock markets across Europe.
Safran tie-up with French compatriot Zodiac could be a warning shot across the bow of Donald Trump's trade policy as investors brace for potentially damaging barriers and escalating protectionism.
The European Central Bank held rates steady and kept its stimulus plan in place, but that wasn't enough for markets to gain.
A deal between two French aerospace companies create the third biggest aerospace supplier.
Europe's defense sector emerges as a clear winner from Brexit and Trump.
Safran will offer $10.5 billion for the troubled maker of Boeing and Airbus interiors, securing a deal that few Safran shareholders want, according to analysts.
Infineon lifted its 2017 margin forecast to 17% amid the strengthening U.S. dollar.
Eyes on whether the chip maker can maintain growth as more rivals expand through M&As.
Here are stock picks from Danton Goei, portfolio manager for the Davis Global Fund.
Safran is down almost 2% so far in 2016, but the French aerospace giant's stock will rocket higher as the transition to narrowbody jets takes off.
General Electric's record $150 billion jet-engine backlog is propelling its aviation business toward becoming the manufacturer's biggest profit generator.
The joint-venture between General Electric (GE) and Safran (SAFRY), CFM International, received a $2 billion engine order from BOC Aviation.
The bank says value shares are poised for a rebound during the next 12 months.
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