News by: Himanshu Singh
All three major indices set records for the fourth straight session after Fed Chair Yellen signalled higher interest rates are on their way.
And Co-op Bank up for sale after Bank of England warned its finances were off track.
Several banks rose on expectations that Trump will ease regulations imposed after the 2008 financial crisis.
South Korea's Kospi slipped as the market grapples with North Korea's ballistic missile test on Sunday morning.
And European Union urges Greeks and creditors to hammer out a deal quickly.
And fraud case and falling share price take shine off Lloyds’s farewell to taxpayer.
And UK economy fires on all cylinders as signs of more balanced growth emerge.
Financials were the best-performing group, up 1.4% after three sessions of declines, while energy shares gained 0.9%.
And Twitter misses out on ‘Trump bump’ as shares plummet and losses widen.
And US adds to pressure on Greece as Trump's planned ambassador to the EU says it could leave the euro.
The Nasdaq closes at a record high for a second straight day, lifted by big tech names.
And chairman refuses to rule out injecting more capital into the troubled Co-op Bank as chief executive steps down.
Consumer goods makers and technology companies led the gains, while energy stocks fell along with the price of crude oil.
And European Central Bank's Mario Draghi warns on liquidity shock as tapering nears.
Equities declined ahead of the next run of major earnings reports and as investors sought further clarity on Trump's economic policies.
China erases some opening gains, after Caixin January services purchasing managers' index came in at 53.1, weaker than December's 53.4.
And Brexit vote nixed a quarter of the value of commercial property deals as investors tread cautiously amidst the uncertainty.
And independent shopkeepers fear Tesco’s deal with Booker will force them out of the picture altogether.
And Snap’s unconventional IPO will test staid investors as questions about widening losses and a business in flux hang over ‘unicorn’ listing.
And Bank of England upgrades 2017 growth forecast but pound tumbles as Mark Carney cautions Brexit still has consequences.