A day after the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 index suffered their biggest one-day plunge since the “Black Monday” 1987 market crash, US stocks showed a substantial move back to the upside on Friday (March 13).
Italian investment group Exor jumped 5.5% on Monday (Feb.10) after confirming Sunday (Feb.9) that it is in exclusive talks to sell Bermudian reinsurance firm PartnerRe to French insurance group Covéa.
Stocks tied to travel continued to take a hit on Tuesday (Jan. 28) on growing fears of the coronavirus outbreak that continues to spread.
Stocks in Aston Martin closed up 15.32%, the best performer in the FTSE 250 on Friday (Jan. 11), after the Financial Times reported that Chinese car maker Geely is considering an offer for a stake in the British luxury cars manufacturer.
Tesco shares soared 5.9% in early trading Monday (Dec. 9), after the UK supermarket chain announced that it is considering a possible sale of its Thai and Malaysian stores. The stock was up 12.3 pence at 244.4 pence at 0825 GMT, according to Reuters.
SoftBank Group shares slumped 2.22 percent on Thursday (Nov. 7) after the Japanese investment powerhouse reported its first quarterly operating loss in 14 years.
Shares of Britain's Just Eat climbed as much as 24% on Tuesday (Oct. 22) after Prosus, the international internet assets division of South African conglomerate Naspers, announced a 4.9 billion pound bid ($6.34 billion) for the food delivery service.
Fast Retailing climbed 2.6 percent in Friday (Oct. 11) trading after Asia’s biggest fashion group reported record profits and sales.
Shares in Zalando plunged as much as 10 per cent on Tuesday (Sept. 17) after Swedish investment firm Kinnevik, sold a portion of its shareholding in Europe’s largest online fashion retailer.
BHP shares advanced 1.5 percent on Thursday (Aug. 8) after the Australia-based mining company approved $283 million in funding to develop an oil and gas project located offshore Trinidad and Tobago.