Stock prices advanced broadly on Friday as investors stepped up their buying shrugging off recent interest rate and inflation worries.
There was little cheer from the FTSE 100 earlier, sinking -0.30% as IAG shares lost altitude, down -5.5%.
Tesla’s electric trucks could soon pay off, according to German juggernaut Deutsche Post DHL – the world’s biggest logistics company.
Bosses at UK house-builder Persimmon are to take cuts to their bonuses worth £51m after criticism from shareholders.
Standard Life Aberdeen, the newly merged fund management business, is to sell its insurance arm to Phoenix Group in a £3.2bn deal.
The number of iPhone owners using Apple Pay has doubled over the past 12 months, according to new estimates.
After a tumultuous week, the stock market, Miles Eakers, chief market analyst at Centtrip says is struggling for direction.
Snapchat has had a long week. Its redesign has been unpopular as 1.2 million users vote for a rollback and on Thursday the company had $1.7bn of share value wiped off after reality star, Kylie Jenner of Kardashian fame and uber Snapchat user, tweeted unfavourable views.
International Consolidated Airlines reported a near 19% rise in full-year operating profit on Friday, thanks to lower non-fuel costs, and increased capacity, while its strong cash position prompted the announcement of a share buyback