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European Shares Recover From Early Slide

European stocks were mostly higher on Monday as fears over political instability in Germany subsided and investors looked ahead to a heavy run of data due this week and a possible U.S. Senate vote on proposed tax changes. Read Full ...

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FTSE 100 Rises Ahead Of Data-heavy Week

U.K. shares rose on Monday even as underlying sentiment remained cautious ahead of a heavy run of data due this week and a possible U.S. Senate vote on proposed tax changes. Read Full Story

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DAX Recovers After Weak Start

German stocks erased early losses to trade modestly higher on Monday, with banks inching higher after leaders of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative party agreed to pursue a “grand coalition” with Social Democrats in a bid to break the deadlock in ...

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European Shares Set To Follow Asian Peers Lower

European stocks are likely to open a tad lower on Monday ahead of a busy week, with investors awaiting key data from the U.S. as well as Asia’s three-biggest economies for clues on growth and rate outlook. Read Full Story

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European Shares Seen Mostly Higher

European stocks were mostly higher in the mid-market Friday with positive German business confidence data. In Germany, data showed an unexpected improvement in business confidence, while investors were treading cautiously due to political uncertainty and without any prominent corporate news. ...

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U.K. Stocks Mostly Subdued

The mood at the London Stock Exchange is cautious with a slightly negative bias on Friday, due to absence of positive triggers, and several front line stocks from across various sectors are just wobbling around their previous closing levels. Read ...

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