LONDON ( The Deal) -- European stocks rebounded on Monday with a recovery of shares in energy companies after a shaky start to the week in most of Asia, where Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe won an electoral mandate on low voter turnout to continue an economic reform program dubbed Abenomics.
In London, the FTSE 100 rose 0.85% to 6,354.49. In Frankfurt, the DAX gained 0.71% to 9,662.84. The CAC 40 in Paris rose 0.70% to 4,137.54.
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In Paris, shares in oil field surveyor CGG (CGG) plunged as much as 40% and were recently down more than 30% after French energy-sector services company Technip (TKPPY) abandoned a takeover plan after fruitless discussions about a series of variations to a 1.46 billion euros ($1.8 billion) offer that Technip pitched in November. Shares in Technip were up almost 6% while in Milan peer Saipem was a beneficiary of the failure of the French companies' merger discussions, rising close to 5%.
Also in London, Infinis Energy (INFSY) was down more than 4% on news that Terra Firma Capital Partners Ltd. plans to sell its entire 69%. The buyout firm is considering various options including market selldowns and a sale to a single buyer.