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Tuesday, 26 September
Wall St. declines on tech selloff, North Korea concern
1d ago - NEW YORK (Reuters) - Wall Street dipped on Monday, as a selloff in technology shares weighed heavily on the Nasdaq, while the most recent statement from North Korea's to Washington added to a cautious tone.
Uniper CEO slams "hostile" Fortum offer, rejected bid in July
1d ago - DUESSELDORF/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - German energy group Uniper (>> Uniper SE) views as "hostile" last week's takeover approach by Finnish peer Fortum (>> Fortum Oyj), its chief executive said on Monday, adding it came after a previous bid that Uniper rejected after a careful examination.
European shares stay near highs as Merkel hangs on to power
1d ago - MILAN (Reuters) - European shares rose slightly on Monday after German Chancellor Angela Merkel secured a fourth term but saw her party weakened by a surge in support for the far-right.
Allergan boosts shares with $2 billion buyback
1d ago - (Reuters) - U.S. drugmaker Allergan Plc on Monday authorized a $2 billion (1.48 billion pounds) buyback of its common stock, sending its shares up after a week of disappointing news on its drug development pipeline.
Apologizing to London, Uber CEO offers change to keep license
1d ago - LONDON (Reuters) - Uber's [UBER.UL] new boss Dara Khosrowshahi apologized to Londoners for the taxi app's mistakes and pledged to make changes as the Silicon Valley firm tries to overturn a decision to strip it of its license in one of its major markets.
EQUITIES : After The Apocalypse This Weekend, Buy The Dip
1d ago - The S&P500 gapped up on Monday to the resistance regi on we noted last week between 2507-2510SPX. And, after testing it many, many times, it still has not been able to overcome that resistance the entire week.
No European banks have asked for UK licences as Brexit looms
1d ago - LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's financial watchdog has not had any applications as yet for licences from European Union financial firms operating in Britain which may lose the right to "passport" their services into the country once it leaves the EU in March 2019.
Aryzta returns to businesses after retail strategy backfires
1d ago - (Reuters) - Swiss food company Aryzta is shifting its focus back to just supplying businesses and ditching its foray into retailing after reporting a record billion dollar annual loss, it said on Monday.
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