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FTSE follows US and Asia upward

The FTSE 100 is up 0.83 percent in early trading this morning, continuing on from a rise in both Asian and US shares. Oil and...
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Asian shares up before key data release next week

Asian shares closed on a two month high on Friday, making the most of the calm before key economic data is released next week. Japan's Nikkei...
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Netflix shares fall after disappointing US subscription figures

TV streaming company Netflix announced its results yesterday, gaining another 3.62m subscribers between July and September and bringing its revenue up to $1.74 billion. However,...
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JP Morgan results fall short of expectations

One of the world's biggest banks, JP Morgan Chase, has reported a net income of $6.8 billion, below analysts' expectations. Net revenue was $23.5 billion, down from...

SABMiller accepts InBev bid

Shares in brewer SABMiller (LON:SAB) soared this morning, after it announced that it had accepted a takeover offer from rival AB InBev. The deal has...

AB InBev raises SABMiller takeover offer to £67bn

Anheuser-Busch InBev, who brews Budweiser, Stella Artois and Corona, has made its fourth offer to takeover rival SABMiller in the hopes to create a...

Dell to buy EMC in a record technology deal

The computer company Dell Inc has announced that it is uniting with data storage company EMC Corp to create an enterprise tech powerhouse. This $67 billion...

Goldman Sachs: Oil rally will be short-lived

  Despite warnings, the price in oil has increased due to slowing of U.S. drilling activity and escalating conflict in the Middle East. This has led...
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Glencore accepting bids on Austrialian and Chilean mines

Mining giant Glencore (LON:GLEN) has announced plans to sell copper mines in both Australia and Chile, in an attempt to reduce its overall debt. The...

Strong day for China, mixed for Asia and dollar

Chinese shares had a strong day on Monday, rising over 3 percent to their highest level in seven weeks, whilst other Asian markets remained...