Stock prices finished higher on Thursday after swinging between highs and lows in late-afternoon trading demonstrating what a volatile bull market looks like.
The Dow hadn’t managed to re-cross the 25,000 line mid-afternoon
Snap Inc Chief Executive Officer Evan Spiegel received $637.8m (£457.53m) as total compensation during 2017, the year the company went public, according to a security filing on Thursday.
Shares in Flybe have soared by more than a fifth after the owner of London Southend Airport said it was weighing a potential swoop for the regional airline.
Retailers do not need to fear Amazon taking “over everything” as there are limits, according to a leading economist
Shares in Go-Ahead have gathered steam after the group pencilled in a rosier outlook for the rail business following a “one-off” boost linked to the London Midland franchise.
Shares in Rovio Entertainment, the makers of Angry Birds, fell by more than 45% on Thursday after the company missed fourth-quarter sales expectations and warned revenue would be flat or lower in 2018.
Moneysupermarket’s share price took a hiding today as the financial comparison site revealed that it expected earnings to be flat in 2018.
Centrica, the British gas and electricity provider, announced 4,000 job cuts on Thursday as part of its cost efficiency programme after a set of weak annual financial results in 2017
British American Tobacco reports group revenue up 37.6%, with profit from operations up 39.1%, due to the acquisition of RAI, improved revenue from the NGP portfolio, pricing and a translational foreign exchange tailwind due to the relative weakness of sterling.
Barclays promise of a higher dividend policy on Thursday helped ensure a positive share price reaction, even after the UK bank reported a full-year net loss - hit by charges related to an asset sale and US tax reforms
Serco, the government outsourcing group, reported lower full-year profits for 2017, hit by a "difficult" market that ultimately led to the collapse of rival Carillion earlier this year