News: Akzo Nobel NV (AKZO.AS)

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Tue, Nov 18 2014

BRIEF-Akzo Nobel reports fraud targeted at Chicago office

* Akzonobel subject to external fraud targeted at Chicago office

AkzoNobel hits targets, but sees slowing global growth

AMSTERDAM - Dutch paint and coatings company AkzoNobel met markets exceptions in the third quarter and stuck to its 2015 targets despite slowing growth in all of its major markets except the United States.

Akzo Nobel CEO solicited for Axalta bid worth more than $7 billion: Bloomberg

- Akzo Nobel NV Chief Executive Ton Buechner has been solicited for a deal to buy car paint coatings company Axalta Coating Systems [FLDTH.UL] for more than $7 billion, Bloomberg reported citing people familiar with the matter.

Akzo Nobel CEO solicited for Axalta bid worth more than $7 bln -Bloomberg

Sept 1 - Akzo Nobel NV Chief Executive Ton Buechner has been solicited for a deal to buy car paint coatings company Axalta Coating Systems for more than $7 billion, Bloomberg reported citing people familiar with the matter.

BRIEF-Solazyme, AkzoNobel expand partnership in surface chemistry

* Solazyme and AkzoNobel expand partnership in surface chemistry

Lisbon rallies as European shares edge higher

* Lisbon's PSI-20 equity index outperforms with 1.7 pct rise

European shares propped up by chemical and car stocks

LONDON, July 23 - Higher profits at carmaker Daimler and chemicals group Akzo Nobel lifted European shares on Wednesday, offsetting concerns about tighter Western sanctions on Russia over the Ukraine crisis.

Daimler, Akzo Nobel prop up European equities

LONDON, July 23 - Forecast-beating earnings from carmaker Daimler and chemicals group Akzo Nobel lifted European shares on Wednesday, offsetting concerns about a ramping up of sanctions against Russia over the Ukraine crisis.

Better earnings provide support for European shares, led by Daimler

EDINBURGH, July 23 - European stocks rose on Wednesday on the back of generally strong earnings despite investors' concerns over the possibility of fresh European Union sanctions against Russia over the Ukraine crisis.

UPDATE 1-AkzoNobel Q2 core profit beats expectations

* Q2 sales drop 4 pct on divestments and currency headwinds

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