European car sales advanced a seventh consecutive month as new models to replace aging vehicles and an economic rebound in the U.K. boosted demand at Renault SA, Ford Motor Co. and PSA Peugeot Citroen.
Remy Cointreau SA fell the most in more than four months after the maker of Remy Martin cognac said fiscal full-year earnings slumped and reported sales that fell more than analysts anticipated on lower demand in China.
Co-Operative Group Ltd. posted a full-year loss after the customer-owned British retailer had to help bail out its former banking unit and wrote down the value of its acquisition of the Somerfield grocery chain.
Mulberry Group Plc, the U.K. luxury bag maker that recently parted company with its chief executive officer, reined back profit estimates for the second time in less than three months and said a plan to boost sales with more affordable new products will weigh on earnings.
India, the world’s second-largest gold consumer, will probably keep restrictions on imports to control the current account deficit and defend the rupee, said the managing director of the country’s biggest refiner.