Wall Street sinks as Amazon, Alphabet earnings spark growth concerns

U.S. stocks plunged on Friday as grim earnings reports from Amazon and Alphabet rekindled a rush to dump technology and high-growth stocks, but data showing economic growth in the last quarter slowed less...

Market outlook: 200-DMA at 10,772 now crucial for Nifty; stay cautious

Rollovers and expiry of December derivative series saw the market trading on a tricky turf, oscillating within a limited range on Thursday, before ending the day with modest gains. Despite a strong opening,...

Sensex snaps 3-day losing streak, rallies 373 pts; Nifty reclaims 10,600

India's benchmark stock indices advanced about 1 per cent on Monday, as investors stepped up equity purchases after a string of declines last week. Firm Asian cues, and a persistent decline in global...

Hedge fund Kreos Capital is first in line for Wonga payout deal

A Mayfair hedge fund is at the front of the queue to be paid by collapsed Wonga as fears grow that thousands of its hard-up customers will get nothing.Kreos Capital lent Wonga about...

Asos chief raked in £1.2m from selling shares just weeks before profit warning

Asos chief raked in £1.2m from selling shares just weeks before profit warning cut the clothing giant's value by more than...

FTSE CLOSE: Shares head higher into the weekend

FTSE CLOSE: Shares head higher into the weekend; Fuller's to sell beer business to Japan's Asahi for £250m; Vodafone reports sale...

Royal Mail fined £50m for bullying small rivals after Whistl complaint

Royal Mail fined £50m for bullying small rivals after complaint by WhistlBy City & Finance Reporter for the Daily Mail Published: ...

Exxon planning $1.9B expansion at Baytown petrochemical complex

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Saudi energy minister says oil market on "right track"

ABU DHABI: Saudi Arabia's Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih said on Sunday the oil market is "on the right track" and will quickly return to balance, but oil producers are willing to do more...

Crooks' new weapon to steal YOUR life savings: New online accounts can be opened...

Fraudsters are exploiting a new type of online account that can be opened without photo ID. Unlike High Street banks, some so-called prepaid card providers only ask for the customer's name, address and date...

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