The S&P 500 cut earlier losses on Monday to end slightly lower, while the Dow declined for an eighth straight session, as investors assessed how the defeat of President Donald Trump's first major
Japan#39;s Nikkei 225 rose 0.82 percent, recovering most of its losses of 276 points, or 1.44 percent, seen yesterday.
Nifty, Bank Nifty,Tata Steel, Adani Ports, Bharti Infratel
A report just out reveals that sustainable investment assets reached $22.89 trillion globally at the start of 2016, with Europe accounting for more than half of them. There is a clear trend in this di
Fund giant Schroders, the grocer's third biggest shareholder, and US asset manager Artisan Partners have both delivered a stinging rebuke about the £3.7bn merger with wholesaler Booker.
The capital once again pipped New York to the top spot in the twice-yearly Global Financial Centres Index, despite concerns about the impact of leaving the European Union on the City.
Northern grocer Booths, a 170-year-old family business, has gained a foothold in Lancashire, Yorkshire and Cumbria. It has now teamed up with Hong Kong-listed Dairy Farm.
The losses on Wall Street – dubbed the 'Trump tantrum' – were mirrored elsewhere in the world with the FTSE 100 index 43.32 points lower at 7293.5 in London.
The oil and gas business said independent data had indicated it may have made the largest ever undeveloped discovery on the UK Continental Shelf.
The pollsters said split between those who want to leave the EU and those who want to remain is fairly evenly split at 50/50. Its latest survey showed 68 per cent agree Brexit should go ahead.
Under plans announced in 2012, around 150 company managers at the housebuilder are in line to receive 30.2m shares in the coming years, worth £630m at last night's closing price of 2088p.
Wayne Sheppard and 'a person closely associated with him', Carole Sheppard, sold 3.7m shares in the brick maker at 207p each.
The 14-year contract from the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, which includes the decommissioning of the Sizewell A plant in Suffolk, (pictured) will end nine years early.
Carnival shares are at records, having fully recovered from last year’s Zika-related concerns, and appear to have more upside if bookings hold up and international growth remains strong.
Gorden Lam, one of my best managers, has been pounding the table hard for Tesla. To flesh out Gorden’s investment thesis, I have three questions that are best answered by those with firsthand experien
The agenda was to listen to the issues faced by the industry
The Raiders are relocating to Las Vegas. But, there's some very big questions that impact the matter. How long till the move? Why did the Dolphins vote against? What about the A's? What about the Las
The United States, the largest importer of Indian shrimps, has pegged its preliminary anti-dumping duty on the perishable item at an average rate of 1.07 per cent.The US commerce department has announ
Castor seed prices declined by upto 2.5 per cent on Monday following 20 per cent margins levied on all buy side contracts by the National Commodity & Derivatives Exchange (NCDEX) to cool down spiralin
The rupee hit a nearly one-and-a-half-year high to close at 65.04 against the dollar
Passive funds that track benchmarks indices are not popular in India
More punitive action was needed against the company and the management, say experts
Toyota Motors has seen its U.S. sales decline by 9.1% so far this year compared to sales over the same period last year. While overall auto sales in the U.S. have declined, the industry-wide decline o
Any investors who think the failure of health-care reform was somehow a positive because it cleared the way for tax reform may be about to be rapidly disabused of that notion.
Earnings to grow by 25 per cent annually over FY17-19 on firm base metal outlook
Adobe successfully transformed its business model over the past few years, from a perpetual licensing vendor to a cloud-based Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) provider. As this transformation gained momen
Au Financiers' IPO is expected to garner Rs 800-1,000 crore
Billionaire bond investor Bill Gross has settled his $200 million suit against PIMCO, the trillion dollar bond firm he co-founded in the 1970s.
Malaysian palm oil futures fell to their lowest in more than five months on Monday in a third consecutive session of losses, weighed down by weakness in other oils and a stronger ringgit. CPO active
Investors with a short-term perspective can consider buying the stock of NIIT at current levels. The stock jumped 8.7 per cent on Monday, decisively breaking above an immediate resistance level as w.
Liquidation of stocks by dealers increased supply and that in turn has pulled the spot pepper prices further down on Monday.Consequently, 49 tonnes were tradedon the terminal market from different pa
Demanded necessary safeguards to protect them from increased cost burden after GST implementation
Kotak SecuritiesCarborundum Universal (Accumulate)CMP: ?285.50Target: ?305Carborundum Universal’s management has stated that the restructuring of Thukela Refractories and Foskor is moving on track an