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Consumer confidence in France and Germany unexpectedly rises in August.
Jimmy Choo shares surge as first-half revenue jumps, Entertainment One plunges.
Jimmy Choo shares surge as first-half revenue jumps.
Urus drawn from concept shown in Beijing in 2012. CEO Stephano Domenicali showed the Centenario roadster on Saturday in Pebble Beach, California.
Mining stocks pull down London's benchmark index.
Volkswagen will hold settlement talks with several states over the diesel emissions scandal, beginning no later than November 1.
Central part of Italy hit by 6.2 magnitude earthquake.
Europe's manufacturing sector shrugs off Brexit vote.
The German automaker reaches a deal with two key parts suppliers in a desperate move to restart production of the flagship Golf hatchback.
Delphi Automotive and Mobileye team to develop a self-driving system; Volkswagen reportedly reaches a deal with two suppliers; Toll Brothers third-quarter revenue tops forecasts.
An ultra-high-end SUV once was thought improbable but the vehicle is sold out in the U.S. for the next year.
Volkswagen says six German plants may go on short-time working as a dispute with suppliers halts production of its Passat and Golf models. Daimler is also in dispute. with suppliers.
A dispute with two key suppliers could halt production of the Volkswagen Golf as early as next week and has already forced a slowdown at a plant building the Passat.
William Hill gains after 888 and Rank abandon $3.93 billion takeover attempt.
CEO Mark Fields, CEO says research and development on this project will double in size.
The Department of Justice has reportedly found evidence of criminal wrongdoing in its probe of Volkswagen's (VLKAY) emissions cheating.
Stocks hold record highs by mid-afternoon Monday as crude oil enjoys another session in rally mode.
Stocks climb on Monday, trading at new intraday records, as crude oil enjoys another session in rally mode.
U.S. stocks moved higher on Monday with the Nasdaq reaching a record high.
Stock futures climb on Monday, setting up for new intraday records, as a number of corporate deals boost sentiment.
German regulators agree to a software fix, as European owners miss out on the chance to sell their cars back to the company.
Luxury goods makers LVMH and Kering, and retailers Marks & Spencer and Sainsbury rise.
The E.U.'s statistics arm confirms second-quarter eurozone growth halved to 0.3%.
The SMMT industry association says the 0.1% growth rate points to a cooling market.
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.