News: Assicurazioni Generali SpA (GASI.MI)

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Wed, May 27 2015

UPDATE 1-European shares rebound on prospect of Greek creditor accord

* Nokia up 3.6 percent on acquisition plans (Updates prices at settle)

European shares rebound on prospect of Greek creditor accord

* Nokia up 3.6 percent on acquisition plans (Updates prices.)

Construction, material firms help European shares to rebound

LONDON, May 27 - European shares rebounded from a one-week low on Wednesday with the construction and materials sector leading the market higher after Holcim and Lafarge agreed with CRH on divestment plans.

UPDATE 2-Generali commits to boosting dividends, cash and capital

* Solvency II-aligned economic ratio at 186 pct (Recasts lead, adds analysts, CEO comments, shares)

Construction and material firms help European shares to rebound

LONDON, May 27 - European shares rebounded from a one-week low on Wednesday, with the construction and materials sector leading the market higher after Holcim and Lafarge agreed with CRH on their divestment plans.

European shares gain, Generali up on dividend commitment

LONDON, May 27 - European shares rose on Wednesday after sharp declines in the previous session, with Italy's biggest insurer Generali gaining after committing to boost dividends and enzymes maker Novozymes advancing on a UBS upgrade.

European shares gain, Generali up on dividend commitment

LONDON, May 27 - European shares rose on Wednesday after sharp declines in the previous session, with Italy's biggest insurer Generali gaining after committing to boost dividends and enzymes maker Novozymes advancing on a UBS upgrade.

BRIEF-Generali plan does not foresee acquisitions - CEO

May 27 - Assicurazioni Generali CEO Mario Greco said on Wednesday:

Generali commits to boosting dividends, cash

MILAN, May 27 - Italy's biggest insurer Generali said on Wednesday it expected to pay more dividends in the next four years as it focuses on increasing its cash generation and building a solid capital base.

BRIEF-Generali renews 2 bln euro revolving credit lines

May 20 - Assicurazioni Generali Spa said on Wednesday:

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