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Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

June 30 (Reuters) - The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Thursday: ** Shell SHEL.L said on Thursday it had suspended plans to sell its onshore oil assets in Nigeria, complying with a Supreme Court ruling that said it had to wait for the outcome of an appeal over a 2019 oil spill. ** Novartis NOVN.S prefers a spinoff of its generic drug unit over a potential sale to private equity firms, Bloomberg News reported on Thursday, citing people familiar wi
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is it over yet?

A look at the day ahead in markets from Dhara Ranasinghe. After a wild ride, markets are in a calmer mood for now. Yet, it is Friday 13 and those prone to superstition would be forgiven for being extra cautious on a day renowned for being unlucky. Given turbulence across asset classes this week, it's not hard to see why. Look at the euro, it suffered its biggest one-day drop against the dollar on Thursday since March 2020, tumbling over 1%.
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A turning point for markets

A look at the day ahead in markets from Dhara Ranasinghe. When the yield on Germany's benchmark Bund, considered one of thea safest assets in the world, posts its biggest one-day fall since 2011 (as it did on Tuesday), something has changed. The slide in borrowing costs in Germany, with 10-year yields back in negative territory where they remain this morning, echoes similar moves in other major bond markets and is symptomatic of a big shift in investor thinking.
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European shares dealt double whammy by hawkish ECB, tech slump

* European tech slumps 3.5% * Shell up after raising H1 share buyback target * Deutsche Telekom gains on positive T-Mobile results (Updates to market close) By Anisha Sircar and Ambar Warrick Feb 3 (Reuters) - European stocks tumbled on Thursday following signals that the European Central Bank would likely hike rates this year, while weak results from Facebook owner Meta added to pressure on global technology stocks.
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EU firms can scrap Iran deals if U.S. sanctions' costs too high, EU top court says

Dec 21 (Reuters) - European companies can end contracts with Iranian firms pressured by U.S. sanctions if upholding the deals would lead to "disproportionate economic loss," the EU's top court said on Tuesday. The judgment from the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in Luxembourg was prompted by a lawsuit from the German branch of Iran's state-owned Bank Melli against Deutsche Telekom DTEGn.DE after the telecommunications provider terminated a contract with the bank in 2018 prior to its expiry.
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