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Germany's Dax gains boost from strong earnings from SAP and Volkswagen.
The announcement comes after several states filed lawsuits claiming the diesel scandal dates back to 1999.
The German car maker reports forecast-busting first-half profit, while in the U.K. strong labor market figures bolster the pound.
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VW's North American unit is also working on building electric vehicles and hybrids for the continent.
German sentiment gauge is now at its lowest level since November 2012.
The activist, Children's Investment Fund, accumulated a stake in the brewer of Miller Genuine Draft, suggesting that pressure may be building on Anheuser-Busch to hike or restructure its offer.
Volkswagen and Peugeot the big losers in June auto registrations, while BMW and Renault see increase.
Ford joins an investor group that is providing $6.6 million to Silicon Valley startup Civil Maps.
The Japanese automaker is too small, theoretically, to exist on its own. But building a stronger brand may lead to more collaboration or a merger.
There are potential roadblocks to the advent of driverless cars, such as software reliability and cybersecurity.
Fallout from the U.K.'s decision to leave the E.U. looks likely to hit mid-market carmaker names the hardest.
The carmaker keeps its full-year guidance for a 'slight' earnings improvement intact after reporting 5.6% quarterly growth.
Nonfarm job payrolls increased by 287,000, but the U.S. unemployment rate rose by 0.2% to 4.9%.
The pound falls to a new 31-year low and government bond yields decline.
M&G joins Aviva and Standard Life in stopping investor withdrawals.
Yields on government bonds fall as markets rise in Brexit turmoil.
Hopes of central bank intervention spur indices in Europe and Asia.
Fed Governor Powell spurs excitement about potential rate cuts.
Prime Minister David Cameron is meeting with EU leaders in Brussels tonight to discuss exit plans.
On top of the $14.7 billion deal reached with the federal government and class action lawyers, the German carmaker will pay $600 million to American consumers.
Volkswagen (VLKAY) reached a settlement of $14.7 billion with the DOJ on Tuesday over the emissions test cheating scandal.
Stocks recover from a two-day selloff on Tuesday as Brexit worries are priced into the market and hopes of further stimulus rise.
U.S. indices are poised to open higher Tuesday as first-quarter GDP was revised and world markets start to stabilize.
Stock futures push higher on Tuesday and are on track to snap Wall Street's two-day selloff centered on the Brexit shock.
Shares in the German auto-maker accelerated sharply on Tuesday as the market reacted to news of its $14.7 billion deal with the Department of Justice.
U.S. stock futures are pointing to a strong rally for Wall Street on Tuesday after two days of bruising losses following Britain's vote last week to leave the European Union.