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Stocks rebound, shrugging off volatile and weak China

LONDON - Stocks rose on Tuesday, with Europe snapping a five-day losing streak as investors shrugged off further weakness in commodity markets and Chinese shares to focus on more encouraging merger activity and earnings.

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German 'wisemen' say euro zone states should be able to go bankrupt

BERLIN - The German government's panel of independent economic advisers favors the creation of a sovereign insolvency mechanism for euro zone states to prevent future crises and says countries should be able to leave the currency bloc as a last resort.

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Teva to buy Allergan generic business for $40.5 billion, drops Mylan bid

TEL AVIV - Israel’s Teva Pharmaceutical Industries will pay $40.5 billion in cash and stock for Allergan’s generic drugs business, solidifying Teva's position as the world's No. 1 maker of generics while freeing Allergan to focus on branded drugs, paying down debt and potential "transformational" acquisitions. | Video

Deals, Israel, Health 27 Jul 2015

Baidu profit weighed down by offline mobile services push

- Baidu Inc's quarterly profit missed analysts' estimates as China's biggest Internet search company spent heavily to diversify away from its core search advertising business, which is becoming less profitable and more competitive.

Tech, China 27 Jul 2015

VW overtakes Toyota as world's biggest carmaker

MUNICH/TOKYO - Volkswagen overtook Toyota as the world's largest carmaker by sales in the first half, achieving its long-held ambition three years ahead of target.

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Syngenta says Monsanto's $2 billion break-up fee comes with caveat

FRANKFURT - Syngenta has said a $2 billion break-up fee that unwanted U.S. suitor Monsanto has pledged to pay if its proposed $45 billion merger failed would only apply in limited cases, leaving its shareholders exposed to the bulk of regulatory risks.

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