Whole Foods shareholders are expected to approve Amazon’s $13.7bn bid today from downtown Austin
Stocks were up across the board with technology stocks leading the charge as investors sought bargains.
Where did the tension go? Did President Trump and Kim Jong-un agree a play date?
Lloyd Blankfein, the CEO of Goldman Sachs, tweeted his thoughts on the US eclipse yesterday
Mixed day of trading for US stocks as energy and financials weigh and Dow and S&P 500 hover between positive and negative territory
Much interest (more below) in a possible Fiat-Chrysler deal with Chinese auto giant Great Wall.
Asian trading was modest overnight following last week’s severe share movement jolts, not to mention the sacking of Steve Bannon
Despite fears of further falls after a torrid Thursday, US markets showed resilience on Friday. The Dow Jones and the S&P 500 were slightly down after markets opened (0.20% and 0.22% respectively0 while the Nasdaq was fractionally up.