European shares edge ahead led by Ryanair, William Hill; energy stocks down

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Adds information, closing prices) * STOXX 600 up 0.2 pct, DAX surpasses after IFO survey * Ryanair rallies on bullish outlook * William Hill surges on bid interest * Monte Paschi plunges as stress test result looms * Oil & & gas index greatest sectoral faller By Sudip Kar-Gupta and Danilo Masoni LONDON/MILAN, July 25 European shares inched.
higher on Monday, with low-cost airline company Ryanair climbing after.
it released a bullish outlook while shares in William Hill rose.
on quote interest from its competitors.

The pan-European STOXX 600 index increased 0.2 percent,.
however came off earlier highs as oil & & gas shares extended.
losses after crude costs fell to 2-1/2- month lows. Germany’s DAX increased 0.5 percent after the IFO.
company spirits study showed the resilience of Europe’s biggest.
economy to the turmoil activated by UK’s vote last month to.
rather the European Union. Even though the IFO reading fell to 108.3 in July from 108.7.
in June, it still came in more powerful than the Reuters consensus.
forecast for a reading of 107.5. “For the time being, it appear nearly like company as normal.
for the German economy. German companies seem to be managing.
the present period of political unpredictability well,” economists at.
Berenberg stated in a note.

Ryanair increased 6.3 percent after the affordable carrier.
stated it stayed on track for its highest-ever earnings this year,.
although it likewise warned it may yet need to evaluate assistance because.
Brexit had actually developed huge uncertainty. “The company bewares on the impact of Brexit and we.
anticipate it to continue to provide deep discounts through the rest.
of the year to keep cabins full,” stated Cantor Fitzgerald.
analysts. “However, these results demonstrate the strength of.
the Ryanair business design and we anticipate consensus projection to.
be unchanged at this time,” they stated.

William Hill jumped 4.8 percent after online.
gambling group 888 Holdings and casino operator Rank.
Group stated they were signing up with forces with a view to.
trying. Shares in French household equipment business SEB.
increased 7 percent to a record high after its interim outcomes. Monte dei Paschi di Siena was the leading loser on the.
STOXX 600, down 8.3 percent, amid concerns over an anticipated.
rights issue at the Italian bank ahead of the results of a.
Europe-wide bank stress test on Friday. Europe’s energy index fell 2.1 percent, making it.
the biggest sectoral faller with weaker unrefined prices sending oil.
majors such as Royal Dutch Shell, Overall and.
Eni down between 1.4-2.2 percent. The STOXX 600 index is up some 10 percent from a low point.
reached in June after the Brexit vote, although the index.
remains down by almost 7 percent up until now in 2016. The STOXX 600 index’s recent rally has likewise started to stall.
slightly over the recently, and strategists at Goldman Sachs.
remained cautious over the near-term outlook for the marketplace. “Stretched valuations, lacklustre development, political.
unpredictability and pressure on financials might weigh on equities,”.
Goldman Sachs composed in a note.

( Modifying by Tom Heneghan).

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