The following are some of the factors that may move German stocks on Thursday: BMW German premium carmaker BMW is considering building vehicles at the endangered Born plant in the Netherlands, which belongs to Japan's Mitsubishi Motors, a spokesman for BMW said on Wednesday. BMW and Toyota plan to expand a technological partnership, two sources close to the companies told Reuters, a deal that could prompt a shift in auto industry allegiances. Related news BMWG.DE-E] COMMERZBANK Commerzbank ...
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