Bingo Industries, a Syndey-based waste management company, was the worst performing stock inside the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX)'s benchmark index on Monday (Feb.18), falling 49.1 per cent to A$1.17 from A$2.30 the previous session.
Denmark's jewellery maker Pandora jumped to the top of the European benchmark on Tuesday (Feb.
Shares of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba (NYSE: BABA) jumped over 3% in premarket trade on Wednesday (Jan.30), after the Hangzhou-based conglomerate reported better-than-expected fiscal third-quarter profit.
Shares in Richemont spiked 2.8 percent on Friday (11 January) after the Swiss luxury goods group reported that its third quarter total sales climbed 25 percent to 3.92 billion euros from last year's 3.13 billion euros.
Tiffany's stock did not have a glamorous day on Nov.
Elders spiked 19.7 percent on Monday after the historic Australian-based agribusiness reported a 9.1 percent increase in full-year underlying profit.
Airbus Group surged 4.06 percent in Paris trading on Wednesday after the European Aerospace giant reported higher profit in its first nine months of fiscal 2018.
HeidelbergCement, issued a profit warning on Thursday dragging lower construction stocks across Europe.
Australia's largest private education provider Navitas ended Wednesday's trading session higher by 21.84% after the S&P/ASX200 company announced it had received a 1.97 billion Australian dollar ($1.4 billion) buyout offer from a consortium
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) charged Tesla CEO Elon Musk with fraud, according to documents filed Thursday in Manhattan federal court.