Facebook’s latest financial earnings smashed expectations, propelling shares in the social network to a fresh all-time high on Thursday (April 28)
Volkswagen says it's confident of solid growth this year despite 'Dieselgate' but admitted the scandal could cost much more than the amount set aside so far and assets might have to be sold.
Apple has announced its first-ever fall in iPhone sales and first revenue drop in more than a decade causing the share price to fall.
Federal Reserve policymakers are expected to leave the cost of borrowing unchanged in the face of disappointing word on durable goods orders and consumer confidence.
BP has said it could reduce its capital spending further after reporting an 80 percent drop in profits in the first three months of the year.
Argentina is back selling government bonds for the first time in 15 years having settled a long-running legal battle with investors after it defaulted on its debts in 2001.
Oil hovered around one-month lows on Monday, as investors ditched some of their bullish bets on another price rise. This, also amid fading chances
Alaska Air Group says it has agreed to buy Virgin America for almost 2.3 billion euros. It wants to expand its presence on the US West Coast
Despite low oil prices Russian energy giant Rosneft says it is coping and has pledged to invest more to ensure it can honour its long-term supply deals.
Russia's central bank has left its main lending rate at 11 percent and signalled that it is not looking at cuts to the cost of borrowing anytime soon as it focuses on keeping inflation under control.
The London Stock Exchange Group has reported a 31 percent jump in profit for 2015 and said detailed discussions are continuing with Germany's Deutsche Boerse about a merger.
2015 was a grim year for mining company and commodity trader Glencore with profit down by almost a third as prices for copper, nickel, zinc, iron-ore and coal slumped to multi-year lows.
European shares closed at their lowest level in more than two years on Monday with investors concerned over the region's banks and slowing global growth.
The Bank of Japan tries to overcome deflation and stimulate the economy by forcing banks to pay interest on money they have on deposit with the central bank.
European shares steadied on Tuesday, recovering after sharp losses earlier in the session, as crude oil prices bounced back above $30.
Coupled with fresh falls in world oil prices, investor concerns deepen.
The Dow Jones was down by 2.6 percent at the close of Wall Street on Friday after European shares fell to their lowest since December 2014. Nervous
European markets opened the week on a rebound, clawing back some of the losses of the previous week, but the main market preoccupation continues to
The volatility in Chinese markets has continued. They were down sharply at the close on Monday, dragging Asian markets down with them. The Shanghai
European markets fell sharply on Thursday after China accelerated the depreciation of the yuan, but came off lows after the Shanghai and Shenzen
Oil slid below 33 dollars a barrel on Thursday as a result of rising US energy stockpile and China’s weakening currency. Benchmark Brent fell 4.7