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Carrefour, the world’s second largest supermarket chain, ended 2012 in a better state than it started the year.
Sales at the French retail giant
The latest quarterly sales of Britain’s third-largest supermarket chain, Sainsbury’s, disappointed investors in London and its shares ended the day
Italy’s biggest insurer Generali has ended the uncertainty over its strategy in Eastern Europe.
It has decided to take full control of GPH, the
The festive season ended up being a disappointment for Morrisons supermarkets.
Like-for-like sales at the UK’s fourth-biggest grocer fell 2.5% in
Retailer Next defied market gloom on Thursday in London by upgrading its full-year profit forecast.
The shares of the UK’s second largest clothing
ArcelorMittal, the world’s biggest steelmaker, enjoyed a strong start to the new year as its share price rose nearly 4.5 percent on Wednesday.
Bankia’s shareholders have received a nasty new year’s surprise. They may lose most of their investments or even all of them says the Spanish bank
BNP Paribas, France’s biggest bank, has agreed to sell its Egyptian arm to Emirates NBD. The price is 377 million euros.
Emirates NBD wants to
TUI AG does not plan to pay a dividend to shareholders for its fiscal year that ended in September, but the German tourism giant’s share still rose
Will new concessions by American company UPS overcome European objections to its proposed takeover of Dutch rival TNT Express? Investors certainly
Despite the lack of an official statement, it is considered almost certain that UBS will settle an ongoing investigation for manipulation of
French carmaker Renault was the second best performer on the Cac40 on Thursday after it said it was selling off its stake in the Swedish
Inditex – Zara’s parent company – defied the economic crisis once more in the third quarter, but there was no surge for the shares of the world’s
Despite posted a net loss five times bigger than feared and not paying a dividend, Thyssenkrupp saw its shares rise to be the day’s best performer on
STMicroelectronics will quit ST-Ericsson by the third quarter of 2013.
This announcement boosted the share price of the French-Italian chip maker
As the Cac40 was reaching its year’s peak on Thursday, GDF Suez spoiled the party in Paris, when it cut its profit outlook for 2013 and 2014.
The announcement that British retailer Tesco is considering leaving the US boosted its share price by over three percent on Wednesday.
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Reports that talks are being held about possible changes at EADS have pleased investors. The company and French President Francois Hollande have