Fri 24th Oct 14, 16:09:29
Mario Draghi, the European Central Bank's (ECB) president has warned leaders from the European Union that a "joint effort" is required to avoid a "relapse into recession."
Search news for stories that mention a company:
Show only the stories that interest you with news filter.
Tesco's credit rating suffered the third downgrade in twenty-four hours after Standard & Poor's (S&P) lowered its rating on the retailer giant to 'BBB-' from 'BBB'. 17 minutes ago
The coming week will see the flow of US macroeconomic data pick-up after a weekend in which investors will be closely watching the results of the ECB's Asset Quality Review and of the Brazilian presidential elections, both on Sunday. 2 hours ago
US stocks were largely unchanged on Friday, as investors looked to be worried by reports of the first Ebola case in New York, while the focus remained on company results. 58 minutes ago
Shore Capital may downgrade Tesco's financials further after the struggling supermarket failed to give any profit guidance in its first half results this week. 1 hour ago
Shore Capital is putting its 'buy' advice on C&C under review after the Irish drinks group said it was in talks about a possible counter-bid for Spirit Pub Company. 1 hour ago
US new home sales edged higher by 0.2% month-on-month in September to reach an annualised rate of 467,000, according to the Department of Commerce. 1 hour ago
Disclaimer: This news feed is provided by Digital Look Ltd. BullBearings Ltd do not necessarily share the views expressed within the stories. The stories are for general information purposes only and not a solicitation or personal reccomendation to deal. BullBearings Ltd accepts no liability or responsibility for any of the content contained in the information provided by Digital Look Ltd.
Even though GDP figures were not as good as last quarter, they still matched expectations. How does this affect our forex trades on the pound sterling against the US dollar, a trade traders call 'Cable'.
When I think of WH Smith’s (SMWH) I think of a familiar friend on the high street selling magazines, stationery and, in the good old days, 12-inch records from top 80s bands.
What I don’t think of is a rocket-powered growth machine, relentlessly driving earnings and dividends per share upwards every year. But in recent years that is exactly what it’s become.
2014 has seen a rush of companies looking to float on the London Stock Exchange. But while many recent initial public offers (IPOs) in London have looked overvalued, the flotation of luxury shoemaker Jimmy Choo (CHOO) looks a little different.
On the whole by the time the ‘little investor’ gets a chance to become involved, returns are normally skinny or end up losing money as many IPOs recently have soon traded below their initial offer price.
Defence and security business Cohort (CHRT) has made its second earnings-enhancing acquisition in the current financial year. The latest acquisition is expected to enhance 2015-16 earnings by 15%.
AIM-quoted Cohort sold its space business earlier this year and that gave it a cash pile to finance acquisitions.
Forex technical analysis on the Japanese yen against the pound sterling. The GBP/JPY pair is a currency market that moves quite violently at times.
There is a significant amount of volatility in this market and traders can see we have recently fallen off of a cliff, dropping from the 178 level all the way down to the 170 level over the last couple of weeks.