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European shares flat on the week as earnings season peaks

European shares ended the day in positive territory after a choppy session, posting a slim weekly gain as investors digested a flurry of company results that included disappointing updates from Royal Bank of Scotland and Valeo.

European shares flat; poor updates weigh as BT rallies

European shares steadied on Friday as investors digested a flurry of company results, including disappointing updates from Royal Bank of Scotland and Valeo, while BT rallied after Britain's telecoms regulator set network access prices.

LIVE MARKETS-What "correction"? Big tech sets new records

Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Julien Ponthus. Reach him on Messenger to share your thoughts on market moves: julien.ponthus.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net WHAT "CORRECTION"? BIG TECH SETS NEW RECORDS (1450 GMT) It feels like only a few days since a sharp global sell-off wiped out a chunk of 2018's gains in global equities. But big tech has hardly blinked. While the S&P 500 is still more than 5 percent below the record it hit on Jan. 26, NYSE FANG futures - a benchmark for global tech giants provided by exchange operator ICE - are breaking new records. It seems Q4 results are helping to dispel any doubts over their ability to maintain paradigm-shifting rates of growth. NYSE FANG comprises Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, Google, Alibaba, Baidu, NVIDIA, Tesla and Twitter . (Danilo Masoni) ***** EUROPEAN STOCKS SHRUG OFF ECB MINUTES (1303 GMT) The euro might have spiked briefly immediately after the release of the ECB minutes, but there was nothing as exciting among European stocks - the STOXX 600 remains where it was, down 0.6 percent. The minutes showed that ECB policymakers felt it was too early to change their communication stance to signal a normalisation of policy. Here's Capital Economics' takeaway from the minutes: "The account of the ECB’s January meeting suggests that the Bank will drop the easing bias from its policy statement as soon as the next meeting on 8th March, but gives few signals as to when asset purchases will end." Also of note in the minutes were comments around the euro's appreciation and the drivers behind that: "Although the past appreciation of the euro had so far had no significant negative impact on euro area external demand, volatility in foreign exchange markets represented a further risk that needed monitoring." (Kit Rees) ***** BEFORE ECB MINUTES, STOXX DRIFTS SLIGHTLY LOWER (1151) European shares are retreating slightly with the STOXX 600 down 0.7 percent at around lunchtime. Here's how the main regional indexes look just ahead of the release of the ECB minutes which are unlikely to grab the same interest of those the Fed released yesterday. (Danilo Masoni) ***** LOOKING FOR SIGNS OF HOPE IN THE BANKING SECTOR (0923 GMT) Though the broader European banking index may be down around 0.7 percent, results from Barclays and Belgium-based KBC Groep are helping stem losses. It seems that investors have been looking for capital returns from the banks - HBSC's shares dropped after there was no mention of a share buyback earlier this week, whereas Lloyds gained yesterday after announcing a buyback of up to 1 billion pounds. And today analysts are pointing to Barclays promising to restore its full dividend. "Full-year dividend back to 6.5p next year and talk of buybacks should have investors purring with delight even though a series of one-off charges meant Barclays slid to a loss in 2017," Neil Wilson, senior market analyst at ETX Capital, said in a note. Interestingly while analysts at Investec described Barclays' results as "fairly awful", they also think that the outlook has improved thanks to the aforementioned dividend payment intentions and a better-than-expected performance in Barclays' investment banking division. Moreover, higher interest rates in the U.S. should also benefit the sector more broadly. While Barclays' shares lost more than 9 percent last year, so far they have gained around 4.7 percent in 2018. (Kit Rees) ***** OPENING SNAPSHOT: EUROPEAN SHARES PULL BACK (0820 GMT) Europe has opened, and fallen. There seem to be a number of drivers: yields on 10-year U.S. treasuries are fast approaching 3 percent (a level now crossed by the 30-year) after the Fed's latest policy minutes, which in turn is hitting the equity market. Not surprising then, that the biggest sectoral losers early on are the "bond proxies" - consumer staples and telecoms. Throw into the mix a number of not-so-well-received results from the likes of Moneysupermarket.com (-19 pct), Ingenico (-12 pct) and Playtech (-8 pct) as well as several FTSE big-hitters going ex-div and you can see why the mood is pretty downcast. Here's your opening snapshot: (Kit Rees) ***** EUROPEAN HEADLINES: MORNING ROUND-UP (0749 GMT) Earnings season is in full swing and the flurry of publications today is offering precious indications as to whether Q4 was indeed a strong vintage. Clues are expected on the health of sectors which have suffered recently, such as telecoms, utilities or consumer staples but also areas where optimism has risen yesterday, such as banks, thanks to Lloyds, and miners with Glencore. Barclays grows annual profit by 10 percent, restores dividend ProSiebenSat.1 sells stake in digital business to General Atlantic Henkel gives cautious outlook after beauty decline Deutsche Telekom hikes dividend despite record investment Nestle in talks to end supermarket row as pricing pressures build Spain's Telefonica reports 23 pct rise in core profit in Q4 Insurer AXA's 2017 profit rises ahead of planned IPO of U.S. business Novo Nordisk gets nod from U.S. drug purchaser for new diabetes hope Utility Veolia 2017 core earnings up 2 pct, says 2018 started strongly BAE Systems posts 8 percent rise in annual earnings Serco meets forecasts and reiterates outlook despite "bumpy road" RSA posts above-forecast 663 mln stg op profit in 2017 Anglo reports 45 percent leap in earnings, cuts debt British American sales, profit helped by Reynolds deal KBC net profit ahead of consensus on Czech gains French conglomerate Bouygues' 2017 profits beat expectations Arkema beats 2017 profit target on strong units growth UCB full-year core profit beats expectations, cautious about 2018 Safran sees quick ramp-up of Mexico composite fan blade plant Italy competition watchdog extends broadband probe into Telecom Italia Pipe maker Vallourec cautious after beating 2017 profit forecasts Britain's Centrica posts 17.4 pct fall in FY profit BRIEF-ISS FY 2017 Net results at DKK 2.42 Bln EUROPE RESEARCH ROUNDUP-Aurubis, Dunelm Group, Fortum Oyj (Julien Ponthus, Tom Pfeiffer) ***** EYES ON THE DATA (0740 GMT) Nerves have cooled a little since the sell-off earlier this month, but investors will be watching the flurry of economic data today for any sign that this is as good as it gets in terms of economic momentum in Europe. Yesterday's PMIs showed that, while business growth remains robust, it has slipped slightly from January's peak. "The data is in line with our expectations of European growth peaking in Q1, but the still-elevated survey levels continue to support our above-consensus 2018 growth forecast and our preference for European stocks on a three- to six-month horizon," analysts at Credit Suisse's Wealth Management division said in a note. From the chart below, you can see how the euro zone's Euro Stoxx Index has tracked a rise in PMI readings, suggesting that an economic expansion has been filtering through into optimism around the region's equities. (Kit Rees) ***** DOWN IT IS (0735 GMT) Futures are confirming earlier financial spreadbetters indications: European bourses are set to slump at the open and follow the downward trend from Wall Street and Asia. With so many companies reporting results today, however, the old continent may find a trend of its own. (Julien Ponthus) ***** EARNINGS AND INDICATORS GALORE (0639 GMT) For those who may be experiencing U.S. rates and inflation fears fatigue, there will be plenty of indicators and corporate news to animate the session in Europe today. We're expecting, among other business climate for Germany, France and Belgium, CPI data from France and Italy and industrial orders from Switzerland and Italy. In terms of earnings, the season is in full swing as you can see below in this non-exhaustive but still very long list below: Aeroports de Paris SA FY 2017 Earnings Release Anglo American PLC Earnings Release Arkema SA FY 2017 Earnings Release AXA SA FY 2017 Earnings Release BAE Sys FY 2017 Earnings Release Barclays PLC FY 2017 Earnings Release Bouygues SA FY 2017 Earnings Release British American Tobacco PLC FY 2017 Earnings Release Centrica PLC Preliminary 2017 Earnings Release CNP Assurances SA FY 2017 Earnings Release Saint Gobain SA FY 2017 Earnings Release Constellium NV Q4 2017 Earnings Call Deutsche Telekom AG Q4 2017 Earnings Release DIA FY 2017 Earnings Release Fnac Darty SA FY 2017 Earnings Call Gecina SA FY 2017 Earnings Call Henkel AG & Co KgaA FY 2017 Earnings Release Ingenico Group SA FY 2017 Earnings Call KBC Groep NV Q4 2017 Earnings Release Nyrstar NV FY 2017 Earnings Release Prosiebensat 1 Media SE FY 2017 Earnings Release Scor SE FY 2017 Earnings Release Serco Group PLC FY 2017 Earnings Call TBC Bank Group PLC HY 2018 Earnings Call Technip Earnings Call Telefonica FY 2017 Earnings Release UCB Q4 2017 Earnings Release Valeo SA FY 2017 Earnings Call Veolia Environnement SA FY 2017 Earnings Release (Julien Ponthus) **** MORNING CALL: EUROPEAN BOURSES SET TO RETREAT (0615 GMT) Good morning and welcome to Live Markets. European bourses seem set to follow Wall Street and their Asian peers lower this morning as speculation of faster hikes in U.S interest rates soured risk appetite globally. Spreadbetters expect Germany's DAX to open 134 points lower, France's CAC 50 points lower and Britain's FTSE 100 82 points lower. (Julien Ponthus) **** (Reporting by Danilo Masoni, Helen Reid, Kit Rees and Julien Ponthus)

LIVE MARKETS-European stocks shrug off ECB minutes

Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Julien Ponthus. Reach him on Messenger to share your thoughts on market moves: julien.ponthus.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net EUROPEAN STOCKS SHRUG OFF ECB MINUTES (1303 GMT) The euro might have spiked briefly immediately after the release of the ECB minutes, but there was nothing as exciting among European stocks - the STOXX 600 remains where it was, down 0.6 percent. The minutes showed that ECB policymakers felt it was too early to change their communication stance to signal a normalisation of policy. Here's Capital Economics' takeaway from the minutes: "The account of the ECB’s January meeting suggests that the Bank will drop the easing bias from its policy statement as soon as the next meeting on 8th March, but gives few signals as to when asset purchases will end." Also of note in the minutes were comments around the euro's appreciation and the drivers behind that: "Although the past appreciation of the euro had so far had no significant negative impact on euro area external demand, volatility in foreign exchange markets represented a further risk that needed monitoring." (Kit Rees) ***** BEFORE ECB MINUTES, STOXX DRIFTS SLIGHTLY LOWER (1151) European shares are retreating slightly with the STOXX 600 down 0.7 percent at around lunchtime. Here's how the main regional indexes look just ahead of the release of the ECB minutes which are unlikely to grab the same interest of those the Fed released yesterday. (Danilo Masoni) ***** LOOKING FOR SIGNS OF HOPE IN THE BANKING SECTOR (0923 GMT) Though the broader European banking index may be down around 0.7 percent, results from Barclays and Belgium-based KBC Groep are helping stem losses. It seems that investors have been looking for capital returns from the banks - HBSC's shares dropped after there was no mention of a share buyback earlier this week, whereas Lloyds gained yesterday after announcing a buyback of up to 1 billion pounds. And today analysts are pointing to Barclays promising to restore its full dividend. "Full-year dividend back to 6.5p next year and talk of buybacks should have investors purring with delight even though a series of one-off charges meant Barclays slid to a loss in 2017," Neil Wilson, senior market analyst at ETX Capital, said in a note. Interestingly while analysts at Investec described Barclays' results as "fairly awful", they also think that the outlook has improved thanks to the aforementioned dividend payment intentions and a better-than-expected performance in Barclays' investment banking division. Moreover, higher interest rates in the U.S. should also benefit the sector more broadly. While Barclays' shares lost more than 9 percent last year, so far they have gained around 4.7 percent in 2018. (Kit Rees) ***** OPENING SNAPSHOT: EUROPEAN SHARES PULL BACK (0820 GMT) Europe has opened, and fallen. There seem to be a number of drivers: yields on 10-year U.S. treasuries are fast approaching 3 percent (a level now crossed by the 30-year) after the Fed's latest policy minutes, which in turn is hitting the equity market. Not surprising then, that the biggest sectoral losers early on are the "bond proxies" - consumer staples and telecoms. Throw into the mix a number of not-so-well-received results from the likes of Moneysupermarket.com (-19 pct), Ingenico (-12 pct) and Playtech (-8 pct) as well as several FTSE big-hitters going ex-div and you can see why the mood is pretty downcast. Here's your opening snapshot: (Kit Rees) ***** EUROPEAN HEADLINES: MORNING ROUND-UP (0749 GMT) Earnings season is in full swing and the flurry of publications today is offering precious indications as to whether Q4 was indeed a strong vintage. Clues are expected on the health of sectors which have suffered recently, such as telecoms, utilities or consumer staples but also areas where optimism has risen yesterday, such as banks, thanks to Lloyds, and miners with Glencore. Barclays grows annual profit by 10 percent, restores dividend ProSiebenSat.1 sells stake in digital business to General Atlantic Henkel gives cautious outlook after beauty decline Deutsche Telekom hikes dividend despite record investment Nestle in talks to end supermarket row as pricing pressures build Spain's Telefonica reports 23 pct rise in core profit in Q4 Insurer AXA's 2017 profit rises ahead of planned IPO of U.S. business Novo Nordisk gets nod from U.S. drug purchaser for new diabetes hope Utility Veolia 2017 core earnings up 2 pct, says 2018 started strongly BAE Systems posts 8 percent rise in annual earnings Serco meets forecasts and reiterates outlook despite "bumpy road" RSA posts above-forecast 663 mln stg op profit in 2017 Anglo reports 45 percent leap in earnings, cuts debt British American sales, profit helped by Reynolds deal KBC net profit ahead of consensus on Czech gains French conglomerate Bouygues' 2017 profits beat expectations Arkema beats 2017 profit target on strong units growth UCB full-year core profit beats expectations, cautious about 2018 Safran sees quick ramp-up of Mexico composite fan blade plant Italy competition watchdog extends broadband probe into Telecom Italia Pipe maker Vallourec cautious after beating 2017 profit forecasts Britain's Centrica posts 17.4 pct fall in FY profit BRIEF-ISS FY 2017 Net results at DKK 2.42 Bln EUROPE RESEARCH ROUNDUP-Aurubis, Dunelm Group, Fortum Oyj (Julien Ponthus, Tom Pfeiffer) ***** EYES ON THE DATA (0740 GMT) Nerves have cooled a little since the sell-off earlier this month, but investors will be watching the flurry of economic data today for any sign that this is as good as it gets in terms of economic momentum in Europe. Yesterday's PMIs showed that, while business growth remains robust, it has slipped slightly from January's peak. "The data is in line with our expectations of European growth peaking in Q1, but the still-elevated survey levels continue to support our above-consensus 2018 growth forecast and our preference for European stocks on a three- to six-month horizon," analysts at Credit Suisse's Wealth Management division said in a note. From the chart below, you can see how the euro zone's Euro Stoxx Index has tracked a rise in PMI readings, suggesting that an economic expansion has been filtering through into optimism around the region's equities. (Kit Rees) ***** DOWN IT IS (0735 GMT) Futures are confirming earlier financial spreadbetters indications: European bourses are set to slump at the open and follow the downward trend from Wall Street and Asia. With so many companies reporting results today, however, the old continent may find a trend of its own. (Julien Ponthus) ***** EARNINGS AND INDICATORS GALORE (0639 GMT) For those who may be experiencing U.S. rates and inflation fears fatigue, there will be plenty of indicators and corporate news to animate the session in Europe today. We're expecting, among other business climate for Germany, France and Belgium, CPI data from France and Italy and industrial orders from Switzerland and Italy. In terms of earnings, the season is in full swing as you can see below in this non-exhaustive but still very long list below: Aeroports de Paris SA FY 2017 Earnings Release Anglo American PLC Earnings Release Arkema SA FY 2017 Earnings Release AXA SA FY 2017 Earnings Release BAE Sys FY 2017 Earnings Release Barclays PLC FY 2017 Earnings Release Bouygues SA FY 2017 Earnings Release British American Tobacco PLC FY 2017 Earnings Release Centrica PLC Preliminary 2017 Earnings Release CNP Assurances SA FY 2017 Earnings Release Saint Gobain SA FY 2017 Earnings Release Constellium NV Q4 2017 Earnings Call Deutsche Telekom AG Q4 2017 Earnings Release DIA FY 2017 Earnings Release Fnac Darty SA FY 2017 Earnings Call Gecina SA FY 2017 Earnings Call Henkel AG & Co KgaA FY 2017 Earnings Release Ingenico Group SA FY 2017 Earnings Call KBC Groep NV Q4 2017 Earnings Release Nyrstar NV FY 2017 Earnings Release Prosiebensat 1 Media SE FY 2017 Earnings Release Scor SE FY 2017 Earnings Release Serco Group PLC FY 2017 Earnings Call TBC Bank Group PLC HY 2018 Earnings Call Technip Earnings Call Telefonica FY 2017 Earnings Release UCB Q4 2017 Earnings Release Valeo SA FY 2017 Earnings Call Veolia Environnement SA FY 2017 Earnings Release (Julien Ponthus) **** MORNING CALL: EUROPEAN BOURSES SET TO RETREAT (0615 GMT) Good morning and welcome to Live Markets. European bourses seem set to follow Wall Street and their Asian peers lower this morning as speculation of faster hikes in U.S interest rates soured risk appetite globally. Spreadbetters expect Germany's DAX to open 134 points lower, France's CAC 50 points lower and Britain's FTSE 100 82 points lower. (Julien Ponthus) **** (Reporting by Danilo Masoni, Helen Reid, Kit Rees and Julien Ponthus)

LIVE MARKETS-Before ECB minutes, STOXX drifts slightly lower

Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Julien Ponthus. Reach him on Messenger to share your thoughts on market moves: julien.ponthus.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net BEFORE ECB MINUTES, STOXX DRIFTS SLIGHTLY LOWER (1151) European shares are retreating slightly with the STOXX 600 down 0.7 percent at around lunchtime. Here's how the main regional indexes look just ahead of the release of the ECB minutes which are unlikely to grab the same interest of those the Fed released yesterday. (Danilo Masoni) ***** LOOKING FOR SIGNS OF HOPE IN THE BANKING SECTOR (0923 GMT) Though the broader European banking index may be down around 0.7 percent, results from Barclays and Belgium-based KBC Groep are helping stem losses. It seems that investors have been looking for capital returns from the banks - HBSC's shares dropped after there was no mention of a share buyback earlier this week, whereas Lloyds gained yesterday after announcing a buyback of up to 1 billion pounds. And today analysts are pointing to Barclays promising to restore its full dividend. "Full-year dividend back to 6.5p next year and talk of buybacks should have investors purring with delight even though a series of one-off charges meant Barclays slid to a loss in 2017," Neil Wilson, senior market analyst at ETX Capital, said in a note. Interestingly while analysts at Investec described Barclays' results as "fairly awful", they also think that the outlook has improved thanks to the aforementioned dividend payment intentions and a better-than-expected performance in Barclays' investment banking division. Moreover, higher interest rates in the U.S. should also benefit the sector more broadly. While Barclays' shares lost more than 9 percent last year, so far they have gained around 4.7 percent in 2018. (Kit Rees) ***** OPENING SNAPSHOT: EUROPEAN SHARES PULL BACK (0820 GMT) Europe has opened, and fallen. There seem to be a number of drivers: yields on 10-year U.S. treasuries are fast approaching 3 percent (a level now crossed by the 30-year) after the Fed's latest policy minutes, which in turn is hitting the equity market. Not surprising then, that the biggest sectoral losers early on are the "bond proxies" - consumer staples and telecoms. Throw into the mix a number of not-so-well-received results from the likes of Moneysupermarket.com (-19 pct), Ingenico (-12 pct) and Playtech (-8 pct) as well as several FTSE big-hitters going ex-div and you can see why the mood is pretty downcast. Here's your opening snapshot: (Kit Rees) ***** EUROPEAN HEADLINES: MORNING ROUND-UP (0749 GMT) Earnings season is in full swing and the flurry of publications today is offering precious indications as to whether Q4 was indeed a strong vintage. Clues are expected on the health of sectors which have suffered recently, such as telecoms, utilities or consumer staples but also areas where optimism has risen yesterday, such as banks, thanks to Lloyds, and miners with Glencore. Barclays grows annual profit by 10 percent, restores dividend ProSiebenSat.1 sells stake in digital business to General Atlantic Henkel gives cautious outlook after beauty decline Deutsche Telekom hikes dividend despite record investment Nestle in talks to end supermarket row as pricing pressures build Spain's Telefonica reports 23 pct rise in core profit in Q4 Insurer AXA's 2017 profit rises ahead of planned IPO of U.S. business Novo Nordisk gets nod from U.S. drug purchaser for new diabetes hope Utility Veolia 2017 core earnings up 2 pct, says 2018 started strongly BAE Systems posts 8 percent rise in annual earnings Serco meets forecasts and reiterates outlook despite "bumpy road" RSA posts above-forecast 663 mln stg op profit in 2017 Anglo reports 45 percent leap in earnings, cuts debt British American sales, profit helped by Reynolds deal KBC net profit ahead of consensus on Czech gains French conglomerate Bouygues' 2017 profits beat expectations Arkema beats 2017 profit target on strong units growth UCB full-year core profit beats expectations, cautious about 2018 Safran sees quick ramp-up of Mexico composite fan blade plant Italy competition watchdog extends broadband probe into Telecom Italia Pipe maker Vallourec cautious after beating 2017 profit forecasts Britain's Centrica posts 17.4 pct fall in FY profit BRIEF-ISS FY 2017 Net results at DKK 2.42 Bln EUROPE RESEARCH ROUNDUP-Aurubis, Dunelm Group, Fortum Oyj (Julien Ponthus, Tom Pfeiffer) ***** EYES ON THE DATA (0740 GMT) Nerves have cooled a little since the sell-off earlier this month, but investors will be watching the flurry of economic data today for any sign that this is as good as it gets in terms of economic momentum in Europe. Yesterday's PMIs showed that, while business growth remains robust, it has slipped slightly from January's peak. "The data is in line with our expectations of European growth peaking in Q1, but the still-elevated survey levels continue to support our above-consensus 2018 growth forecast and our preference for European stocks on a three- to six-month horizon," analysts at Credit Suisse's Wealth Management division said in a note. From the chart below, you can see how the euro zone's Euro Stoxx Index has tracked a rise in PMI readings, suggesting that an economic expansion has been filtering through into optimism around the region's equities. (Kit Rees) ***** DOWN IT IS (0735 GMT) Futures are confirming earlier financial spreadbetters indications: European bourses are set to slump at the open and follow the downward trend from Wall Street and Asia. With so many companies reporting results today, however, the old continent may find a trend of its own. (Julien Ponthus) ***** EARNINGS AND INDICATORS GALORE (0639 GMT) For those who may be experiencing U.S. rates and inflation fears fatigue, there will be plenty of indicators and corporate news to animate the session in Europe today. We're expecting, among other business climate for Germany, France and Belgium, CPI data from France and Italy and industrial orders from Switzerland and Italy. In terms of earnings, the season is in full swing as you can see below in this non-exhaustive but still very long list below: Aeroports de Paris SA FY 2017 Earnings Release Anglo American PLC Earnings Release Arkema SA FY 2017 Earnings Release AXA SA FY 2017 Earnings Release BAE Sys FY 2017 Earnings Release Barclays PLC FY 2017 Earnings Release Bouygues SA FY 2017 Earnings Release British American Tobacco PLC FY 2017 Earnings Release Centrica PLC Preliminary 2017 Earnings Release CNP Assurances SA FY 2017 Earnings Release Saint Gobain SA FY 2017 Earnings Release Constellium NV Q4 2017 Earnings Call Deutsche Telekom AG Q4 2017 Earnings Release DIA FY 2017 Earnings Release Fnac Darty SA FY 2017 Earnings Call Gecina SA FY 2017 Earnings Call Henkel AG & Co KgaA FY 2017 Earnings Release Ingenico Group SA FY 2017 Earnings Call KBC Groep NV Q4 2017 Earnings Release Nyrstar NV FY 2017 Earnings Release Prosiebensat 1 Media SE FY 2017 Earnings Release Scor SE FY 2017 Earnings Release Serco Group PLC FY 2017 Earnings Call TBC Bank Group PLC HY 2018 Earnings Call Technip Earnings Call Telefonica FY 2017 Earnings Release UCB Q4 2017 Earnings Release Valeo SA FY 2017 Earnings Call Veolia Environnement SA FY 2017 Earnings Release (Julien Ponthus) **** MORNING CALL: EUROPEAN BOURSES SET TO RETREAT (0615 GMT) Good morning and welcome to Live Markets. European bourses seem set to follow Wall Street and their Asian peers lower this morning as speculation of faster hikes in U.S interest rates soured risk appetite globally. Spreadbetters expect Germany's DAX to open 134 points lower, France's CAC 50 points lower and Britain's FTSE 100 82 points lower. (Julien Ponthus) **** (Reporting by Danilo Masoni, Helen Reid, Kit Rees and Julien Ponthus)

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