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Twitter's bitter struggle: The social media giant is in never-never land... but investors shouldn't abandon hope just yet, says ALEX BRUMMER

Last month it looked as if its founder, chief executive Jack Dorsey, had discovered an escape hatch with speculation of a bidding war by other Californian giants.
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Wittington Investments paid out £109million according to its latest accounts, with another payment of £47million coming after the end of the financial year.
The 11 teams – which include top racing names such as Red Bull, Ferrari and McLaren – will now buy at most one third of the shares originally offered by Liberty Media.
John Browett, chief executive at Dunelm – one of the UK’s biggest homewares groups, worth £1.4billion – imports most of his stock and expects prices to rise on more than two-thirds of his products.
The broadcaster’s first-half profits are expected to be down 10 per cent at £673million because of the costs incurred after it bought Premier League football rights for three years from 2016.
Gold has been outperforming S&P 500 when a new President comes in
The stock market did well under Barack Obama, and it stands to keep going under Donald Trump. The key is the slow and steady pace of economic growth, not too fast or slow.
Automation and minimum wage hikes will help Amazon crush retail icons and kill millions of traditional sales jobs and cost investors in retail icons millions of dollars in losses.
This is a continuation of yesterday's The Week Ahead: The Reagan Markets and it focuses on the markets to watch this week.
Facebook ($FB), Amazon ($AMZN), Netflix ($NFLX) and Alphabet (formerly Google) ($GOOGL) are also known as the FANG stocks. They were some of the strongest performing stocks over the past few years.
What investors should watch the week of January 23-27.
Verizon is expected to report earnings of $0.89/share on $32.16 billion in revenue. Meanwhile, the so-called Whisper number is $0.90. The Whisper number is the Street's unofficial view on earnings.
Johnson & Johnson is expected to report earnings of $1.56/share on $18.14 billion in revenue. Meanwhile, the so-called Whisper number is $1.59. The Whisper number is the Street's unofficial view on ea
But the truth is, keeping your money in America is still the best way to get the most reliable, least volatile and strongest returns—and you can do it while protecting yourself from big market meltdow
Alibaba is expected to report earnings of $1.13/share on $7.48 billion in revenue. Meanwhile, the so-called Whisper number is $1.16. The Whisper number is the Street's unofficial view on earnings.
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Iron ore traffic has witnessed a rebound in this fiscal from the major port
Anchor investors have been earmarked (finalisation of allocation) 46,28,158 equity shares by BSE Ltd in its initial public offering at a price of Rs 806 per share totalling Rs 373 crore, a statement
PKC buy is earnings-accretive and will boost revenues by 17% in initial year
The BSE Midcap index slipped just 0.4%, while the BSE Smallcap index bucked the trend to surge 0.6% for the week
Some are hoping that the stock market will match the 113% gain the S&P 500 had during Reagan's two terms. It is likely many of you were not in the markets thirty-six years ago so I thought it might b
shares of Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. (NYSE: CTB) entered into oversold territory
Till January 20, rabi crops have been sown in 62.83 million hectares, 6% more than last year
ETFs have come to play an outsized role in the markets and like virtually anything that Wall Street touches, they became prone to excess and unintended consequences.
on Friday, shares of GE entered into oversold territory, changing hands as low as $30.30 per share. We define oversold territory using the Relative Strength Index
Government to get Rs 6,000 cr as disinvestment proceeds
PKC buy is earnings-accretive and will boost revenues by 17% in initial year
Healthcare stocks are the worst performing sector
TransDigm Group Inc (NYSE: TDG) entered into oversold territory
Philip Morris’ place in the Indian tobacco space may be under threat. Foreign investment in cigarette makers has been outlawed in India since 2010. However, tobacco firms are still allowed to invest t

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