Indexes
Currency / Forex
Commodities
Market News
LONDON MARKETS : FTSE 100 Gains Ground As ITV Bounces Up
Top / Flop
14,87+14.74%
36,24+6.90%
21,82+6.86%
114,54+5.88%
175,11-5.35%
29,90-5.59%
22,16-13.34%
33,20-16.50%
Headlines
Wednesday, 26 July
Oil bounce, results keep stocks on high
2m ago - LONDON (Reuters) - Oil's rise back above $50 a barrel helped prod stock markets higher on Wednesday and company results and economic data continued to soothe worries that the world economy may be ripe for a another slowdown.
Australian watchdog takes Ford local unit to court over transmission complaints
5h ago - (Reuters) - Australia's consumer watchdog said on Wednesday it has started court proceedings against Ford Motor Co's local unit, accusing the company of engaging in misleading or deceptive conduct when responding to customer complaints.
Express Scripts says any new Anthem contract would be unfavorable
7h ago - (Reuters) - Pharmacy benefit manager Express Scripts Holding Co (>> Express Scripts Holding Co) said on Tuesday that a new contract with biggest customer Anthem Inc (>> Anthem Inc) would be on terms significantly less favorable for the company.
Noxopharm (ASX:NOX) 12 months on from listing
3h ago - Noxopharm (ASX:NOX) Managing Director and CEO, Dr Graham Kelly, talks about the company's first 12 months and clinical trial progress, and the potential for NOX66.
British lender Metro Bank swings to profit in first half
2h ago - (Reuters) - British lender Metro Bank Plc (>> Metro Bank PLC) posted a pretax profit in the first-half, driven by growth in lending and customer deposits.
State Street Votes Against 400 Companies Citing Gender Diversity
7h ago -
Japan's Japex to take $82 million loss for scrapped Canada LNG project
5h ago - TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan Petroleum Exploration Co (Japex) said on Wednesday it would take a loss of about C$102 million ($82 million) in the year to end-March due to the scrapping of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in western Canada.
Daimler 2nd-Quarter Net Profit Up Slightly at EUR2.44 Billion
2h ago -
More news