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Share report: company reports push markets higher

European stocks rose, rebounding from four days of losses, as companies including BMW and Credit Agricole reported better-than-expected quarterly profit.

5th August, 2014
Dublin’s Iseq index rose 0.7 per cent.

European stocks rose, rebounding from four days of losses, as companies including BMW and Credit Agricole reported better-than-expected quarterly profit.

Dublin’s Iseq index rose 0.7 per cent, led higher by transport companies Aer Lingus and Irish Continental, both up more than 2 per cent. Dragon Oil was up more than 1 per cent after it released interim results.

In London, the FTSE index was up 0.5 per cent, while in Paris, the CAC was up 0.7...

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