European shares boosted with cautious Eu Central Bank comments

collected by :Ros Roger

European shares ended on a high, buoyed with a weaker euro on the back of cautious comments from ECB president Mario Draghi on inflation, When mergers & acquisitions (M&A) break news too sparked some sizeable stock moves. Pizza delivery company Domino's Pizza rose 2.6 per cent next a better-than-expected 10.2 per cent height in its complete year pretax profit. In France, the Cac fourty rose 1.3 per cent, When the German Dax finished 0.9 per cent higher. Atlantia, that approved preliminary talks with ACS over Abertis, gained 5.1 per cent, When Abertis fell four per cent. Shares in Hochtief, that had too bid for Abertis, rose 7.3 per cent.

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Positive earnings give Eu shares a boost however SocGen weighs

LONDON/MILAN (Reuters) - Eu shares rose on Thursday, buoyed with perfect results from companies involving insurance heavyweights Munich Re (MUVGn.DE) & Generali (GASI.MI), When Societe Generale (SOGN.PA) fell after its deputy chief executive officer unexpectedly resigned. SocGen shares fell as much as 4.3 % to their lowest standard in further than two months, however staged a late healing to finish drop 0.7 percent. Munich Re (MUVGn.DE) shares rose 2.8 % after the world's largest reinsurer lifted its 2018 profit forecasts & told it planned to purchas back one bn euros in shares. Dufry (DUFN.S) shares fell 6.2 % after results, with traders attributing the drop to a lack of clarity on its dividend plans. Overall, fourth-quarter earnings for the STOXX 600 are foreseen to promote 15.8 % from Q4 2017, & further companies than usual have beaten earnings & income estimates.

Positive earnings give European shares a boost but SocGen weighs
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European shares crawl higher as investors eye U.S. inflation data
(For a live blog on Eu stocks, type LIVE/ in an Eikon break news window)LONDON, March 13 (Reuters) - Eu shares edged higher on Tuesday, by trading muted as Businessmen awaited the latest inflation figures from the United States, When results drove large moves in Iliad & E.ON. French telecoms Corporation Iliad fell 6.7 % even as it announced higher annual discounds & profits for 2017, by traders pointing to flat fixed-line revenues in the last quarter. It comes as dominant French telecoms Corporation Orange returned to development last year for the 1st time ever 2009 after spending heavily to roll out high-speed broadband. E.ON got a more boost to the highest of the STOXX 600 on Tuesday, its shares gaining 4.4 % after its results. Veolia fell 2.8 percent, the highest faller on France's CAC 40, after the Qatari Gov purveyed its 4.6 % stake in the utility group.

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