Global emerging markets equities have proven relatively resilient through the market chaos of 2020.
Eighteen companies -all small-to-medium sized tech firm- began trading on Shenzhen’s Nasdaq-style startup board ChiNext on Monday (Aug. 25) in a first round of listings, gaining by an average 212% by the close.
London-listed Plus500 Ltd saw its shares lose over 10% percent of their value on Monday (June 8) after the online trading platform said that its outlook for 2020 remains unchanged. The company, a constituent of the FTSE 250 index, said its revenue stood at $249.0 million
LATAM Airlines shares plunged over 36% on Tuesday (May 27) after South America's largest air carrier announced it had filed for bankruptcy.
Almost half of the world’s wealthiest are expected to keep their stock market investments at current levels despite the coronavirus crisis, according to a UBS study.
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.