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 CSGS 314%  23.29% news
 AFOP 257%  24.50% news
 PTR 231%  113.50% news
 ISCA 194%  33.51% news
 LVNTA 191%  86.75% news
Intraday Unusual Volume

2013-07-02 02:00:08

Belgium to Make Minor Cuts

Belgium said it would trim its budget through minor cuts across a broad swathe of areas of government and social security, as it responded to warnings from the European Union over its deficit.


2013-07-02 02:00:08

Euro-Zone Jobless Rate Hits High

The rate of unemployment across the 17 countries that share the euro rose to a record in May, and is likely to increase further despite signs that the currency area's longest postwar contraction...


2013-07-02 02:00:08

Cameron Decries Pay-Rise Push

Britain's parliamentary watchdog appears to be on course to recommend a large pay rise for lawmakers at a time when hundreds of thousands of public sector jobs are being cut.


2013-07-02 02:00:08

Maersk Giant to Launch a Little Light

Maersk is set to launch the world's biggest container ship this month but will set sail below capacity because some docks aren't equipped to handle it when fully loaded.


2013-07-02 02:00:08

Croatia Joins EU, Amid Strains

EU flags were hoisted alongside Croatia's national standard around the capital's main square as the Balkan country marked its entry into Europe's club of democracies.


2013-07-02 02:00:08

Upbeat Numbers Greet BOE Chief

A fledgling recovery in the U.K. economy appeared to be gathering pace as Canadian Mark Carney began his first day as governor of the Bank of England.


2013-07-02 02:00:08

France, Spain, Italy Drag on Car Market

Europe's car market is struggling to get out of reverse gear with sharp declines in new-car registrations in France, Spain and Italy in June.


2013-07-02 02:00:08

Firm Revises Greek-Debt Offer

Japonica Partners, the firm that became an intriguing new name in European government bond markets last month with a plan to buy Greek debt, has slashed the price and extended the deadline on its...


2013-07-02 02:00:08

France Sells Stakes to Aid its Finances

France is set to raise €738 million through the sale of shares in airport operator Aéroports de Paris, the finance ministry said.


2013-07-02 01:00:12

Europe Raises Heat on U.S. Over Spying

French President François Hollande and German Chancellor Angela Merkel demanded clarity from the U.S. over allegations that the National Security Agency spied on European Union institutions.


2013-07-02 01:00:12

Snowden Seeks Asylum in Russia

Edward Snowden, the former National Security Agency staffer accused of espionage, seeks political asylum in Russia, but Russia's president says he must stop disclosing U.S. secrets.


2013-07-02 01:00:12

Spain to Try Again on Bank Sales

Spain's bank-bailout fund will try in the coming months to sell two loss-making lenders the government nationalized last year, NCG Banco and Catalunya Banc, four months after a previous attempt to...


2013-07-02 01:00:12

Portugal Finance Minister Resigns

Vitor Gaspar, the chief enforcer of austerity demands under Portugal's international bailout, is leaving amid growing resistance to budget-tightening from a recession-weary population.


2013-07-02 01:00:12

Amsterdam Debates Sex Trade

Lawmakers are proposing changes to the sex-for-hire industry following a recognition in the freewheeling Netherlands that its decision in 2000 to legalize brothels has failed to stem human...


2013-07-02 01:00:12

Nokia Buys Siemens Stake in NSN

Nokia ended its tie-up with Siemens, announcing a $2.21 billion deal to buy its German partner out of their telecom equipment joint venture.


2013-07-02 01:00:12

Belgium to Make Minor Cuts

Belgium said it would trim its budget through minor cuts across a broad swathe of areas of government and social security, as it responded to warnings from the European Union over its deficit.


2013-07-02 01:00:12

Euro-Zone Jobless Rate Hits High

The rate of unemployment across the 17 countries that share the euro rose to a record in May, and is likely to increase further despite signs that the currency area's longest postwar contraction...


2013-07-02 00:00:15

Europe Raises Heat on U.S. Over Spying

French President François Hollande and German Chancellor Angela Merkel demanded clarity from the U.S. over allegations that the National Security Agency spied on European Union institutions.


2013-07-02 00:00:15

Snowden Seeks Asylum in Russia

Edward Snowden, the former National Security Agency staffer accused of espionage, seeks political asylum in Russia, but Russia's president says he must stop disclosing U.S. secrets.


2013-07-02 00:00:15

Spain to Try Again on Bank Sales

Spain's bank-bailout fund will try in the coming months to sell two loss-making lenders the government nationalized last year, NCG Banco and Catalunya Banc, four months after a previous attempt to...

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