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Sunday, November 17, 2019

MARKETS

MARKETS

The Bank of Japan has introduced a negative interest rate policy for the first time as it seeks to shore up a stumbling economic...

Stocks were mostly unchanged on Monday, despite some positive economic data and a raft of big new merger announcements over the weekend. Hesitant traders continue...

Disappointing earnings from several big US companies put Wall Street investors in a selling mood, giving the stock market its first decline in four...

Russia has agreed with Opec members Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Venezuela to freeze oil production levels if other producers do the same. Energy minister Alexander...
Construction, Housing Market

Anyone fearing a Brexit- induced house-market crash in the UK would do well to remember one simple fact: The country isn’t even close to...

US stocks closed with sizeable losses after a technical outage forced the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) to halt trading for half the day. The...

Profits at oil giant BP plunged 44% to US$720m in the second quarter. The slump in underlying replacement cost profit, the benchmark industry measure, comes...
Bank of England, Interest Rates,

The FTSE 100 Index continued to move ahead at the opening of trading on Friday, building on large gains made after Bank of England...

London's top flight index pulled back from its 7% plunge after the Bank of England pledged to intervene to help shore up the markets. Bank...

About £9 million in Bitcoins will be auctioned in Sydney, Australia, after police confiscated the digital currency as proceeds of crime. Ernst & Young transaction...