Stocks in South East Europe turned in a mixed performance this week as markets have been undermined by persistently high inflation and worsening economic prospects.
Shares of Facebook owner Meta Platforms Inc plummeted as much as 25.74% at 9:47 am ET on Thursday (Feb. 3). Meta is under pressure after the social media giant missed on Wall Street fourth quarter earnings estimates and posted a weaker forecast.
Twitter shares closed down on Monday (Nov. 29) following the resignation of co-founder Jack Dorsey as CEO of the NYSE-listed social media company.
Saint Petersburg-based SPB Exchange launched a new index, the SPB100, on Tuesday (Oct. 26), composed of 100 stocks most popular within portfolios of Russian investors.
Asia's most international, multi-asset exchange, the Singapore Exchange (SGX) announced on Thursday that it will become the first major bourse in the region to a
Spanish renewable energy developer Solarpack shares jumped as much as 43% in early afternoon trading on Wednesday (June 16) after reports that a fund affiliated with Swedish investment firm EQT is looking to buy and delist the company for €881.2 million in total.
Shares of State Bank of India (SBI) advanced 2.44% on Monday (May 24) on the BSE as most of the brokerage houses are bullish on the stock following the lender's quarterly performance. India’s largest bank reported an 80% surge in Q4FY21 net profit on Friday (May 21).
Losses in the broader regional stock markets did not stop investors from buying Latin American funds.
Carmaker Stellantis shares started trading on Euronext's regulated market in Paris on Jan.18, following the historic merger of French group Peugeot S.A.
Global emerging markets equities have proven relatively resilient through the market chaos of 2020.