News: Renault SA (RENA.PA)

RENA.PA on Paris Stock Exchange

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Fri, Apr 24 2015

France to "talk again" with Renault but reaffirms vote plan

PARIS, April 24 - French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron said on Friday he would "talk again" with Renault boss Carlos Ghosn but reaffirmed his intention to boost the government's voting rights in the carmaker in defiance of Ghosn's wishes.

European shares rise on strong earnings, Greek market also firm

LONDON, April 24 - European shares rose on Friday, boosted by encouraging corporate earnings and upbeat economic data, while prospects for a deal over Greece's debt crisis also lifted Athens' volatile market.

European shares rise as DAX and Greek markets make progress

LONDON, April 24 - European shares rose on Friday, boosted by encouraging corporate earnings and upbeat economic data, while prospects for a deal over Greece's debt crisis also lifted Athens' volatile market.

European shares rise as DAX and Greek markets rally

LONDON, April 24 - European shares climbed higher on Friday, boosted by encouraging corporate earnings and upbeat economic data, while the volatile Athens market also rose on prospects for a deal over Greece's debt crisis.

Strong sales boost Renault shares as tensions with France simmer

PARIS - Renault shares powered to a seven-year high on Friday as forecast-beating quarterly sales overshadowed signs of growing tensions with the French government over its influence on the carmaker.

UPDATE 2-Strong sales boost Renault shares as tensions with France simmer

* Strong revenue growth comes amid tensions with French state (Adds share reaction, analyst comment)

European shares boosted by encouraging earnings towards 2015 high

LONDON, April 24 - European shares rose in early deals on Friday, boosted by encouraging earnings reports, with investors also cautiously optimistic over the prospects of a deal over Greece's debt crisis.

BRIEF-Renault shares open up 5 percent after Q1 sales

* Shares open up 5 percent after Q1 sales Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Reporting By Dominique Vidalon)

INSIGHT-France's "economic patriotism" is not what it seems

* Veto power, double voting for state has not stopped takeovers

Exclusive: France defends Renault stake increase in letter to Ghosn - sources

PARIS - French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron has written to Renault boss Carlos Ghosn to defend the government's surprise stake increase in the carmaker and reject claims it endangers the Renault-Nissan alliance.

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