Shares of food distributor SpartanNash were on the rise following its acquisition of Martin’s Super Markets
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Boeing and Apple were two of the worst-performing stocks on the Dow
Sonos CEO Patrick Spence told Barron’s he was “feeling pretty good” about the holidays
Prominent hard-Brexit MP Jacob Rees-Mogg said that he has submitted a letter calling for a no confidence vote to the Conservative Party's 1922 committees
Eastman Kodak, GNC Holdings and Abeona Therapeutics are also seeing trading action
A glance at the week’s top news from junior miners
Project updates, placings and the closing of acquisitions all featured in what was another busy week in the oil and gas sector.
Also in play before the New York bell are Wynn Resorts, the hotel and casino group and Square Inc
Office Depot, Etsy and Dean Foods are also seeing trading action
Market participants eye results of US mid-term elections on Tuesday which will determine control of Congress
The US added 250,000 jobs in October, above the consensus of 200,000 jobs with unemployment near a half century low at 3.7%
In Friday trading, Brent crude was priced above US$72 with WTI (West Texas Intermediate) holding above US$63 a barrel.
The jobs data is being released just days before critical US midterm elections next Tuesday
Also in focus before the New York bell are companies Newell Brands Inc and Symantec Corp
Also in the frame in pre-market is Spotify Technology and General Motors after yesterday's strong results
Visa, Goldman Sachs, Microsoft and Caterpillar were top gainers on the Dow
Trump's prediction the US will forge a “great” trade pact with China bolstered sentiment
Also in the frame in pre-market deals was Campbell Soup Co and Twitter and Chegg Inc
The S&P 500 fell briefly into correction territory by the end of the trading week
The US is about to impose sanctions on Iran but Saudi Arabia reckons that, despite that, we are in danger of having to cope with a surplus of oil
Microsoft is the top performer on the Dow after the tech giant posted better-than-expected profits
Also hitting headlines in pre-market deals before the bell is Bank of America, whose shares nudged up after its quarterly numbers.
It was another busy week in the smal cap oil and gas sector.
It was a bleak weak for Wolf Minerals but there was plenty of cheery news elsewhere in the mining sector
It was another busy week for London's mining stocks.