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Subsea 7 SA (SUBC.OL)

SUBC.OL on Oslo Stock Exchange

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15 Dec 2017
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Wed, Oct 11 2017

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Subsea 7 shares rise on report of Baker Hughes talks

OSLO Shares in oilfield services firm Subsea 7 rose on Wednesday on an unconfirmed report it had been in talks with Baker Hughes about a possible takeover, but that the talks had now ended.

Subsea 7 shares rise on report of Baker Hughes talks

OSLO Shares in oilfield services firm Subsea 7 rose on Wednesday on an unconfirmed report it had been in talks with Baker Hughes about a possible takeover, but that the talks had now ended.

Subsea 7 shares rise on report of Baker Hughes talks

OSLO, Oct 11 Shares in oilfield services firm Subsea 7 rose on Wednesday on an unconfirmed report it had been in talks with Baker Hughes about a possible takeover, but that the talks had now ended.

BRIEF-Subsea 7 says won't comment on report of Baker Hughes takeover talks

* says is aware of today's press speculation and subsequent share price movement ‍

BRIEF-GE's Baker Hughes recently held takeover talks with Subsea 7 SA - WSJ

* Baker Hughes A GE Co recently held takeover talks with Subsea 7 SA - WSJ, citing sources‍​‍​

BRIEF-Joint venture of Subsea 7 and Schlumberger wins Ophir Energy contract

* Subsea 7 announced contracts awarded to Subsea Integration Alliance

European shares rise as earnings roll in

LONDON Supportive crude prices and strong results from energy firms and auto companies helped European shares rise on Wednesday.

Autos and energy firms boost European shares as earnings roll in, banks held back

LONDON Supportive crude prices and strong results from energy firms and autos companies helped European shares inch higher on Wednesday, while banks were the worst-performing sector as results disappointed.

Energy firms boost European shares as earnings roll in, banks weigh

LONDON, July 26 Supportive crude prices and strong results from energy firms Subsea 7 and Tullow Oil helped European shares inch higher on Wednesday, while banks weighed on index-level gains as investors awaited a Fed policy decision and UK GDP figures.

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