SoftBank Group shares slumped 2.22 percent on Thursday (Nov. 7) after the Japanese investment powerhouse reported its first quarterly operating loss in 14 years.
Shares of Britain's Just Eat climbed as much as 24% on Tuesday (Oct. 22) after Prosus, the international internet assets division of South African conglomerate Naspers, announced a 4.9 billion pound bid ($6.34 billion) for the food delivery service.
Fast Retailing climbed 2.6 percent in Friday (Oct. 11) trading after Asia’s biggest fashion group reported record profits and sales.
Shares in Zalando plunged as much as 10 per cent on Tuesday (Sept. 17) after Swedish investment firm Kinnevik, sold a portion of its shareholding in Europe’s largest online fashion retailer.
BHP shares advanced 1.5 percent on Thursday (Aug. 8) after the Australia-based mining company approved $283 million in funding to develop an oil and gas project located offshore Trinidad and Tobago.
SAP shares slumped on Thursday (July 18) after Europe's largest software company reported poor results as trade tensions continue to take their toll on businesses around the world.
Altran Technologies (Euronext Paris: ALT) shares climbed 21.6% on Tuesday (June 25), topping the Stoxx 600, after Capgemini (Euronext Paris: CAP) announced an agreement to buy the engineering and digital services company for 3.6 billion euros.
Shares of Evry surged 18% on Tuesday (June 18) after Finnish IT services company Tieto agreed to pay 13.2 billion Norwegian crowns ($1.51 billion) for its Norwegian competitor. Tieto’s shares jumped 5.8% on the merger announcement.
Germany's industrial conglomerate Thyssenkrupp shares extended their losses on Monday (June 3) and fell to their lowest levels in almost 16 years, Reuters reported.
Thomas Cook saw its shares plunging by 40% on Friday (May 17) after Wall Street banking analysts cut their target price on the world's oldest travel company's stock to zero.