News by: Himanshu Singh
And treasury proposal may fine tax evaders up to 200% of amount owed.
Mylan shares were off 4.3% as political pressure mounted on the company in the wake of price increases for its EpiPen allergy treatment.
And big banks are planning to coin new digital currency to clear and settle financial trades over blockchain.
Materials were the best performing sector, led by a 4.8% climb in CF Industries.
And China caught in 'dead money' trap as central bank pleads for fiscal stimulus.
Investors looked ahead to a key speech from the top Federal Reserve official.
And May under pressure as big project spending slumps after Brexit vote.
A signal might emerge from a Fed gathering this week in Jackson Hole, Wyoming that the US central bank is gearing up to increase interest rates.
And if wind and solar power are cheaper and quicker, does UK really need Hinkley Point?
And from bear to bull market in 16 days as oil hits highest level since Brexit vote.
And shoppers in UK shrug off Brexit vote with spending spree sending the pound and stock markets upwards.
Investors also digested fresh economic data as well as the minutes from the Fed’s July meeting.
And UK to avoid recession and world economy to ‘stabilise’ as Brexit shock passes.
Target was down 6.4% while Lowe's was down 5.6% after they cut full-year earnings forecasts.
And half of the large fund managers plan to ditch holdings in UK companies over Brexit.
Fed officials stoked speculation over interest-rate increases despite evidence of uneven growth in the world’s largest economy.
And sterling sunk close to its lowest levels again as market braces for truth on Brexit.
Dollar weakened as traders pushed back bets on higher interest rates amid uneven growth in the US economy.
A rally in Chinese stocks helped offset news of Japan's economic growth slowing to a halt last quarter.
And London is set to bear brunt of post-Brexit vote downturn, say experts.