The following stories on European companies appeared in European media this weekend. For European debt crisis, see here.


*GNE Store Nord Agrees to Pay as Much as $151 Million for Audigy

*Barclays Africa Said to Attract Abraaj-Led Group for Stake

*Tyrells Acquires Germany’s Aroma Snack Foods

*Buffett Said to Back Group Bidding for Yahoo Internet Assets

*KKR, Macquarie, Others Said to Bid for U.K. Green Bank: Sky News

*Hines Said to Offer $5.5 Billion Real Estate Portfolio Sale

*CMA to Rule on Ladbrokes, Coral Merger Within Days: Sunday Times

*Bonomi May Be Studying RCS MediaGroup Bid: Sole 24 Ore

*Softbank Said to Weigh Sale of Finnish Game Developer Supercell


*Tesco CEO Says Online Retailer Tax Advantage a Problem: Observer

*Lloyd’s Wants U.S. to Stop Providing Flood Insurance: FT Reports

*U.K. to Ask Rolls-Royce to Cut Fees in Jet Contract: Telegraph

*Shell Considering Spin-Off of None-Core Assets: S. Telegraph

*EUR Risk Reversal Spread at 2011 Low on Brexit Hedges: Karamanis

*Alchemy, Electra Considering Options for Parkdean: S. Times

*Trichet Sees Very Negative Impact For U.K. in ’Brexit’: Corriere

*Carney: Negative U.K. Interest Rates, ’Highly, Highly Unlikely’

*Goldman Sachs to Face U.K. Parliamentary Panel Over BHS: Times

*U.K. CMA to Demand Banks Fund Price-Comparison Service: Times

*RBS Said to Mull Radical Overhaul to Williams & Glyn: Telegraph

*Brexit’s Effect ’Uncertain’ to 38% of U.K. Voters: ComRes Poll

*China General Nuclear Denies Sole Plans for Hinkley Point: Reuters

*More Than 600 Bank Branches Shut in Past Year: BBC Survey


*Statoil Seeks to Resume Regular Output Capacity Within Week

*Low European Power Prices Here to Stay, Says Engie CEO: FT

*Adidas’s Landau Says Co. Aims For ‘2-Digit’ Profit Margin: FAS

*NovImmune IPO Not Currently Attractive, Investor Ebner Tells SZ

*Swisscom Shares May Fall on Services Profit Vote, Leuthard Says: SZ

*China Concerned About EU’s Steel Anti-Subsidy Probe

*Spain’s Podemos-IU Gains, PP Leads by 30.8% in El Espanol Poll

*German Professors Sue ECB for QE: Corporate Bond Program: Welt

*Volkswagen to Halt Brazil Production on Lack of Seats: Estado

*Greece Could Return to Markets in 2017, Tsipras Tells Real News

*Germany Will Pay About EU93.6b for Refugees by 2020: Spiegel

*Germany Clears Deutsche Bank Employees in Libor Scandal: Spiegel

*Banco Popolare-BPM Said to Plan 1,800 Voluntary Departures: Ansa

*Aareal Bank’s CEO Says Ready for Acquisitions: Euro am Sonntag

*LVMH’s TAG Heuer to Open Silicon Valley Office: Le Temps

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