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Commerzbank’s share fell as it said its profit in the second half of 2012 will be lower than in the first six month.
Germany’s second largest bank
Political troubles hammered Standard Chartered’s shares in London.
The sell-off came after it was accused of banking transactions with Iran that
Unilever is enjoying the success of its marketing strategy of focusing on emerging economies.
The world’s second largest consumer goods producer
Daimler is the manufacturer of the world’s third largest luxury car brand Mercedes, but it is not happy that it is now longer number one, despite
The eurozone crisis has finally caught up with Bavarian sporting-goods maker Puma which has cut its full-year forecasts because of a slowdown in
More bad news for Alcatel-Lucent as the French-American telephone equipment maker gave up on achieving its 2012 profit margin target.
The Barclays interbank rate manipulation case has sent fresh shockwaves through the European banking industry and could cost lenders dear.
A warning from France’s Danone on profitability because of declining sales in Southern Europe disappointed its investors and caused its shares to
Reaction in Madrid’s stock exchange to the European bailout fund for Spanish banks went from euphoria to realism on Monday. Most of the banking
The alcoholic beverages industry seems to have escaped the crisis and that was shown by the world’s spirits leader, British company Diageo
Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena was the best performer on the Milan stock exchange on Tuesday as investors anticipated a quick sale of 200 branches
Newly nationalised Bankia saw its share price plunge after asking for an additional 19 billion euros in state aid.
With investors doubting the
Deutsche Post’s ambitious goals seduced investors on Thursday and the share price of Europe’s biggest express delivery and mail company topped all
Burberry, the British luxury group’s sales enjoyed double-digit growth in all segments and all geographic areas in the financial year that ended in
As shares in the world’s biggest social network website start trading on the Nasdaq we ask if Facebook’s popularity is overshadowing doubts about its
Thyssenkrupp seemed set to be the big loser on the Dax in Frankfurt on Tuesday, but it ended up the second biggest winner.
The reason for that
Commerzbank, Germany’s second biggest lender, drastically improved the state of its finances in the first quarter, reassuring the markets and its
On a day when stocks fell throughout Europe Adidas’ over five percent jump in value bolstered the overall market, saw the company hit a new record
Siemens has slashed its full-year earnings target because of headwinds at its wind farm division.
The German industrial conglomerate’s quarterly
The Argentinian nightmare caught up with Repsol on the market on Tuesday as its subsidiary YPF was nationalised by Buenos Aires.
The Spanish oil
The European giant of the microchip industry, STMicroelectronics, is our focus on Behind Markets.
It was the biggest loser on the CAC 40 in Paris
Klaus Töpfer had already found his calling before he saw people in Kenya trying to make food grow in poor, dry earth.
His field is the environment
From bread and cereals to fruits and vegetables, world food prices have been soaring to record levels. But who is to blame for this frenzy? While in
The Greek crisis, euro crisis, Europe crisis… apart from a 750 billion euro backup plan, how can the European economy be put on a sound footing
The Germans have got their retaliation in first, perhaps miffed at being bulldozed into supporting Greece and the euro, by unilaterally banning naked