There was a seismic reaction from the cryptocurrency market to news that the South Korean government is preparing a bill to ban local cryptocurrency exchanges sending major coins: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple and Litecoin tumbling earlier on Thursday before paring those losses.
Growth in global auto sales is expected to slow down in 2018 while remaining at record levels according to a recent report from IHS Market.
Time out was called on the recent market rally as stocks finished mostly lower on Wednesday for the first time since the start of the year and one depressant was a report that Trump will exit Nafta.
After a sluggish start, the stock market posted a sharp advance in Tuesday’s session powered by unrelenting investor optimism ahead of earnings season.
The Dow, which had its strongest rally to a new year since 2003, finished flat on Monday after mixed trading and as investors took a moment's respite while the S&P 500 and NASDAQ hit fresh highs.
Camera making company, GoPro’s share price tumbled on Monday after disappointing Q4 results and a litany of troubles including exiting the drone business and laying off 250 of its employees.
(Press Association) Vauxhall plans to cut a further 250 jobs at its Ellesmere Port factory, just months after saying it would slash 400 staff at the site.
AlphaShark’s CEO Andrew Keene has released his top three cryptocurrency predictions for 2018 and one of them includes bitcoin reaching a $25,000 zenith.
Celgene announced on Monday it had acquired privately held Impact Biomedicines in a $1.1bn deal
Nvidia announced two new partnerships with Uber Technologies and Volkswagen AG signalling its expansion into AI technology for self-driving cars.
The three major gauges extended gains in trading on Friday despite data that showed jobs growth slowed more than expected in December.
Headlining virtual currency Bitcoin is up 10.36% at $16,442 at 10:16 UTC while Ripple fell -6.91% at $3.34 according to CoinMarketCap.
(Reuters) - Uber Technologies Inc co-founder Travis Kalanick, who was ousted as chief executive in June, is selling nearly a third of his 10%t stake in the ride-services company for about $1.4bn (£1.03bn), a person familiar with the matter said on Thursday.
At the end of 2017, equity market participants can look back and say it was a very good year.
(Reuters) - Singapore on Friday fined five electronics parts makers a total of S$19.5m ($14.7m) for price-fixing and other cartel activities, the biggest anti-competition penalty in the city-state, the Competition Commission of Singapore said.