The release of Federal Reserve minutes first fuelled Wall Street gains, before flaming out as the market drew to a close on Wednesday sending stocks lower for the second straight session.
Holiday hangover? On the first day of trading after US bank holiday, a deflated performance as the three major market indicators broke their six days of session gains closing lower on Tuesday.
A raft of big UK banks will roll out earnings this week. US banks have had a successful run after a big lift from US tax reform in spite of the short-term pain from one-off charges. UK banks have Brexit
Japan's steel industry on Monday urged President Donald Trump to make an appropriate decision following the Department of Commerce's recent report outlining heavy tariffs on imports to protect the US steel and aluminium industry.
Demand remains robust in the UK housing market according to the latest indicators published on Monday by Rightmove, the UK’s largest property website.
Kiltearn Partners, an investment firm that owned 10% of the now-defunct Carillion, sent evidence to MPs saying it considered suing Carillion following its profits warning last summer.
Asian shares recovery and simmering tensions in the Middle East helped oil prices to add further gains.
The markets closed higher Friday but pared gains after news that Special Counsel, Robert Mueller, handed down indictments to 13 Russians and three companies he said conspired to meddle in US elections.
Technology stocks led the rally on the S&P 500 today as Wall Street added another round of gains on Thursday for the fifth straight day.
The stock market rallied as investors took heart overriding prior inflation fears even as consumer price index rises above expectations.
Stocks rose modestly on Tuesday after earlier choppy trading then rallying in the afternoon ahead of key inflation figures
The Bank of England's Prudential Regulation Authority and the Financial Conduct Authority tells banks they should have robust risk management in place for algorithmic trading.
The markets appear becalmed as Asian and European stock markets hold steady and US markets rebounded on Monday. However, analysts and experts argue whether last's week rout is quite over.
A number of European Supervisory Authorities issued a warning to European consumers about the perils of buying virtual currencies due to rising concern that people may be unaware of the risks involved.
BHP Billition, the Australian mining giant, said on Tuesday it would take a $1.8bn exceptional charge as a result of cuts in the US corporate income tax rate.