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The focus of the week was most definitely the retailers...
The “Trump factor” has been good for business, equities business. But while some pundits have warned the feel-good is all priced in by now, stirrings in the US Treasuries market point to more mileage in US President-elect Donald Trump’s crusade to “Make America Great Again”
Mars is buying the pet health care company VCA Inc in a deal valued at around $7.7bn. It's a perfect deal
Several major companies have faced the wrath of US President-elect Donald Trump during or since the November elections. Now a foreign-owned business has been put in its place too. But how long will it last in government?
London stocks enjoyed a record high end to 2016 and Wall Street has had a rally for 6 weeks but are the signs out there that things will moderate in 2017?
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Retailers, wholesalers as well as banks, are expected to do well in 2017, according to analysis from Citi who at the weekend upgraded Costco Wholesale Corp
The tech sector is going through a topsy-turvy period of reform right now
Investors were treated to another stock rotation opportunity – read surprise – on Wednesday when US President-elect Donald Trump struck a conciliatory tone with technology company chiefs in a New York meeting
The markets have defied the implications of a US interest rate rise on Wednesday, preferring to rise to the challenge of getting the Dow Jones ticker to break a record 20,000 this year
Workplace software specialist ServicePower Technologies PLC (LON:SVR) looks set to exit AIM after agreeing to be taken over by an American private equity company called Diversis Capital.
OPEC and non-OPEC producers will meet this weekend in an attempt to ratify the extra 600,000 barrels that need to be taken off the market.
A look at some significant themes form the Brexit debate this week
At a time when corporate Britain fears an exit by the banks to Frankfurt or Switzerland, McDonald's has decided to move its tax status in Europe from one of the founding fathers of the Treaty of Rome, Luxembourg, to the UK
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After his Nov. 9 victory investors jumped out of tech stocks and flocked to banks expected to benefit from deregulation, gun-makers on the hope that he won’t curb their sales, and pharmaceutical stocks on the understanding that Trump was never going to go after them the way rival Hillary Clinton vowed to do. A month is an...
Amazon is no stranger to controversy, be that in its fiscal arrangements around the world or putting high street stores out of business as it cannibalises retailing online
Elsewhere, Asiamet Resources raises £2mln; Berkeley Energia adds another piece to the Salmanca puzzle; Tissue Regenix opens another door in the US; plus much more…
The United States relations with communist island Cuba are possibly heading into reverse under US President-elect Donald Trump, and even seven weeks before his inauguration, the next head of state’s stance has been felt in corporate sectors. On Friday, American Airlines Group said it is cutting 25% of its scheduled flights...
The markets responded well to OPEC ministers put away their differences and agree to a production cut.
Tech stocks have had a rough month since the election of Donald Trump to be next President. But some commentators think there is a silver lining
Goldman Sachs reckon WTI could rally to US$61 if Russia joins in, and OPEC members actually comply with the agreement.
It looked like a deal that could break forever the credibility of the oil cartel OPEC. But on Wednesday, just ahead of a 1600 GMT press conference, the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries delivered the supply cull that had been awaited
Brent crude rose more than 5% to change hands just below US$49 per barrel, whilst West Texas Intermediary futures were up 4.5% to US$47.40.