News by: Himanshu Singh
And Total is auctioning a stake in one of North Sea's most promising natural gasfields in the first of a wave of deals.
Investors awaited this week’s Federal Reserve meeting for hint on the timeline for higher US interest rates.
And TSB staff in line for hefty windfall from £1.7 billion Spanish deal.
And Eni on Friday became the first of the world’s biggest energy companies to cut its dividend after a near 50% plunge in crude prices.
And Morrisons to close 23 M Local convenience stores as it suffers £792 million loss due to turmoil in the industry.
Weaker retail sales paused the dollar's recent rally and tempered the outlook for interest rates lifting stocks.
And European cement group Holcim and Lafarge rethink €41 billion deal as the Holcim shareholders have raised concerns over the terms.
The dollar's sharp rise added to worries the currency will continue to weigh on US multinationals' earnings.
The S&P 500 registered its biggest decline in two months, as investors fretted that the Federal Reserve may raise rates as soon as June.
And breaking up the 'big four' banks could stop public getting poor deal, say Treasury select committee.
And Apple spotlights apps to woo Watch buyers that will let users be more productive, unlock doors and view photos.
Apple shares ended slightly higher following the long-anticipated rollout of its watch.
And Marks & Spencer to offer gift card to shareholders instead of dividend as part of an overhaul of the perks the high street retailer offers to its investors.
Better-than-forecast US jobs data fanned expectations that the US Fed may raise interest rates sooner than previously thought.
And former BHS director Tony Brown joins Alteri Investors, which is plotting an offer for the retailer.
And the dollar soared to its highest level for nearly 12 years last night after a hiring spree by American companies set the scene for an interest rate rise this summer.
The gains followed two sessions of losses, though major benchmarks remained perched near all-time highs reached earlier in the week.
And AbbVie buys California-based biotech company Pharmacyclics for $21 billion.
The Dow industrials and S&P 500 plunged to their lowest levels in nearly two weeks, as investors stepped back ahead of jobs data due later in the week.
And the Bank’s top regulator has told MPs that HSBC bosses should take personal responsibility for the scandal at its Swiss private bank.