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The Week's Gainers and Losers on the Stoxx Europe 50 --Dec. 2-6

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12/06/2019 | 12:47pm EST

By Carlo Martuscelli.

The biggest gainer this week on the Stoxx Europe 50 was Paris-listed Schneider Electric, which on Thursday said that it sold its Converse Energy Projects to Vinci Energies. It was followed by chip maker ASML Holding.

London-listed miner Glencore was the biggest loser on the European index, with shares down 9.7% over the course of the week. The company was hit by a bribery investigation by the U.K.'s Serious Fraud Office. According to a source, the agency is looking at the company's activities in the Democratic Republic of Congo and its relationship with Israeli diamond merchant Dan Gertler.

 
                              GAINERS 
 
Company                        Currency   Last Price  % Change 
 
Schneider Electric SE            EUR        90.58       3.40% 
ASML Holding NV                  EUR        252.6       2.27% 
ABB Ltd.                         CHF        22.33       2.10% 
Banco Santander SA               EUR         3.59       1.36% 
Unilever NV                      EUR        54.38       1.08% 
 
 
                              LOSERS 
 
Company                        Currency   Last Price  % Change 
 
Glencore PLC                     GBP         2.2        -9.66% 
Vodafone Group PLC               GBP         1.44       -5.86% 
Airbus SE                        EUR         127.04     -4.77% 
Prudential PLC                   GBP         13.17      -4.36% 
Daimler AG                       EUR         49.46      -3.41% 
 
 
 Source: FactSet 

Write to Carlo Martuscelli at carlo.martuscelli@wsj.com

Stocks mentioned in the article
ChangeLast1st jan.
ABB LTD 0.39% 23.19 Delayed Quote.-1.16%
AIRBUS SE 2.53% 136.78 Real-time Quote.4.83%
ASML HOLDING N.V. 0.26% 270.9 Delayed Quote.2.73%
BANCO SANTANDER, S.A. 1.20% 3.6775 End-of-day quote.-1.41%
DAIMLER AG -0.39% 46.69 Delayed Quote.-5.43%
GLENCORE 0.48% 243.2 Delayed Quote.3.34%
PRUDENTIAL PLC 0.71% 1416.5 Delayed Quote.-2.24%
SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC SE 1.73% 94.22 Real-time Quote.2.97%
SILVER 0.39% 18.003 Delayed Quote.0.63%
UNILEVER N.V. 0.77% 51.07 Delayed Quote.-0.31%
UNILEVER PLC 1.06% 4400 Delayed Quote.1.14%
VINCI 1.94% 102.4 Real-time Quote.3.43%
VODAFONE GROUP PLC -0.84% 154.38 Delayed Quote.5.19%
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