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Laura Board

Laura Board is The Deal’s international editor. Based in London, she leads a team producing news and features on corporate finance and regulation from Brussels to Brisbane. Board joined the The Deal shortly after its 1999 launch from the Financial Times. Before that, she worked at Bloomberg News in Frankfurt and London and at Retail Week. She speaks French, Italian, German and Spanish.
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Recent Articles By The Author

European Stock Markets Head Lower After Selloff in Asia

European stock markets fell on Tuesday, taking their cue from Asia, where Chinese indices led the region lower, with the Shanghai benchmark tumbling more than 6%.

Eurozone Stock Markets Rise After Greek Debt-Deal Progress

Mainland European stock markets staged a modest rebound on Monday, as China’s currency stabilized and the euro zone edged closer to a resolution to the Greek debt crisis.

Eurozone Stock Markets Edge Lower Before Payrolls After Weak German Industrial Data

European stock markets edged lower on Friday, having partially recovered by late morning from early losses on disappointing German economic data.

Euro-Zone Stocks Gain Data Booster; SocGen, Mediobanca Rise on Earnings Reports

Major European stock indices rose on Wednesday as investors reacted to some positive earnings reports and better-than-expected manufacturing and services data for the euro zone.

European Markets Rise After Greek Parliament Clears Bailout Conditions

European markets rose after the Greek parliament approves the tough austerity measures demanded of the country by its euro-zone creditors.

European Stock Markets Get Reality Check After Greek Bailout Deal

European markets slip as doubts set in about whether Greece’s bailout deal can overcome political opposition at home and other hurdles.

European Stock Markets Rise on China Equities Rebound, Hopes of Greek-Debt Deal

European stock markets rise on Thursday as the Greek government prepares to submit detailed proposals to secure its third bailout.

Inconclusive Meeting of Greek PM and French, German Leaders Fuels Optimism

European stock indices rise for the second consecutive day on Thursday, with Greek shares among the strongest gainers.

European Stocks Edge Lower as Markit Purchasing Managers’ Data Disappoints

European stocks struggle to gain impetus on Thursday after disappointing purchasing managers’ data from China to Europe offsets Fed minutes.

European Markets Rebound; Grocer Sainsbury Declines as it Swings Into the Red

Better than expected purchasing managers’ indices from Markit Economics and a slew of strong, or at least reasonable, corporate earnings help European indices recover from yesterday’s selloff.

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