Europe

European markets set to open mixed ahead of earnings, economic data

European markets are set to open mixed Friday, as investors monitor a fresh batch of corporate earnings and data.

Technology

Chip Makers Weigh on Asian Markets

A downbeat outlook from Taiwan Semiconductor prompted declines in technology names.

Energy

Oil remains close to late-2014 highs as ongoing supply cuts reduce inventories

Oil prices were firm near three-year highs reached earlier this week as OPEC-led supply cuts gradually drew down supplies.

United States

The 10-year Treasury could test the stock market's comeback

Traders are watching to see if the benchmark 10-year Treasury yield will regain its February high

Business

Asia shares hit by tech warning, oil holds near highs

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian shares slipped on Friday as a warning on smartphone demand from the world's largest contract chipmaker slugged the tech sector, while lofty oil prices stirred inflation fears and undermined sovereign bonds.

World

Asian markets slip as technology stocks decline

Negativity on Wall Street flowed through to Asian markets on Friday, with regional stock indexes tracking lower.

Business

Market report: Publicis’s strength aids WPP recovery

WPP shares clawed back lost ground after rival Publicis’s strong trading lifted hopes of a turnaround at the leaderless advertising giant as the market buzzed with gossip over boss Sir Martin Sorrell’s acrimonious exit and the firm&

Investing

Bitcoin Cash Approaches $1,000 Ahead Of Hard Fork

How is Bitcoin Cash's pending fork affecting crypto markets?

Finance

A security guy at JPMorgan spied on employees emails and phone calls using the secretive software tool Palantir

A security expert hired by JPMorgan used software by Palantir to conduct an extensive spying program on the bank's staffers and executives, according to a Bloomberg report. Palantir has raised billions in funding from investors in the private markets, but

World

Philip Morris Int'l stock slumps on poor earnings as iQOS growth in Japan 'plateaus'

Philip Morris International said growth of iQOS, its heat-not-burn tobacco product, slowed in Japan. iQOS warms tobacco to a temperature that's high enough to emit an aerosal but not high enough to cause combustion, the chemical process that makes sm

Business

Why Volatile Markets Are Good News for Careful Investors

Managing money involves a balancing act that trades off risk against return. This year is proving more challenging, with stocks and bonds swinging about. But it also shows how a return to a more normal level of market volatility might be good news for car

Finance

Oil's 'artificial' surge to multi-year highs could spark a new crisis, economist warns

An upswing in crude futures could be enough to fast-track the energy market's next crisis, one economist told CNBC.

Europe

European markets set to rally amid earnings; oil prices hit multi-year highs

European markets are set to rise on Thursday, as soaring oil prices triggered a broader rally across commodities.

Business

Resource stocks rally as oil surges, bonds suffer

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Resource stocks were on a roll in Asia on Thursday as oil prices hit heights not seen since late 2014, though the potential boost to inflation globally also pressured fixed-income assets.

World

Stocks in Asia notch moderate gains after Wall Street rises on earnings

Markets in Asia tracked modestly higher after U.S. stocks notched gains in the last session on strong earnings.

Business

Market report: Miners drive FTSE to 10-week high

London's mining giants propelled the FTSE 100 to a 10-week high as the fallout from US sanctions gripped metal markets, analysts predicted a huge surge in aluminium prices and Glencore’s long-standing interest in Bunge was being speculated o

Investing

Reverse QE Is Suppressing The Markets

QE made the markets go up and reverse QE will make them go down, it’s that simple.

Finance

Forget a trade war — there's a more threatening 'bogeyman' that should have traders very scared

As trade war fears and geopolitical tensions swirl, Macquarie says investors are overlooking a major market headwind. The firm breaks down the market's true "bogeyman" and offers some trading recommendations for navigating increasingly choppy waters. Wi

Investing

Texas Offers A Broad Range of Real Estate Investment Opportunties

Texas might as well be called the United States of Texas because of the broad range of real estate markets and is a microcosm of what's happening in the rest of the US - more of the growth, population, and real estate opportunity getting concentrated in f

World

Facebook's final conquest: Squeezing more ad revenue out of rest of the world

As the US and Europe move to regulate Facebook amid privacy concerns, the social media giant's best bet may be continued growth in developing markets.

Technology

Uber doubling down on India investments after exiting Southeast Asia

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Ride-hailing giant Uber Technologies Inc [UBER.UL] is "doubling down" on its investments in India, one of its biggest markets, after its recent exit from Southeast Asia, its chief operating officer said on Wednesday.

World

6 things to know before the opening bell

Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.

Business

ICE exchange to launch three-month Sonia futures contract in June

LONDON (Reuters) - The Intercontinental Exchange said on Wednesday it will launch a three-month futures contract based on "Sonia", the Bank of England's interest rate benchmark which aims to replace Libor.

Europe

Europe markets set to rise ahead of earnings, economic data

European markets are set to open higher on Wednesday, as investors monitored corporate earnings and economic data.

Energy

Oil prices edge up on lower US crude inventories, global supply risks

Oil prices edged up, lifted by a reported fall in U.S. crude inventories and by the ongoing risk of supply disruptions.

Business

Asia shares edge up with Wall Street, wary on China

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian shares crept ahead on Wednesday after Wall Street took heart from upbeat corporate earnings, though nagging concerns about trade barriers and the global growth outlook kept currencies and bonds subdued.

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