News by: Himanshu Singh
Home Depot shares plunged 2.5% even after the company reported stronger-than-expected quarterly results.
And global funds fear 'summer of shocks' despite boom in money growth.
And legendary investor Warren Buffett takes $1 billion stake in Apple.
Apple finished up 3.7% after Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway reported a stake worth about $1 billion in the iPhone maker.
Japan's Nikkei 225 gained 0.88%, while across the Korean Strait, the Kospi reversed losses to trade near flat.
And O2 boss mulls £8.5 billion management buyout after EU refused to allow its merger with CK Hutchinson.
And employment drops for first time since general election as Brexit fears mount.
And Brexit would prompt stock market and house price crash, IMF has warned.
And Bank of England issued unprecedented warning over EU vote, claiming exit could depress pound and raise unemployment.
Gains in telecommunications and consumer staples help make up for a slide in Apple to a two-year low.
And O2 up for grabs as competition watchdog in Brussels blocked its merger with Three.
Weak earnings from Walt Disney, Macy’s and Fossil fuelled concerns about consumer spending.
And the eurozone’s short-lived recovery is already losing steam as stimulus fades and deep problems resurface.
Shares of energy, chemicals and machinery companies traded mostly higher after China's cabinet approved measures to boost exports.
And the Pensions Regulator says it learned about BHS sale in the newspapers.
Energy stocks fell after US crude prices dropped 2.8% and traders assessed the impact of wildfires on Canada's oil output and a build in inventory.
Disappointing US jobs report raised questions about the underlying strength of the world’s biggest economy.
And more than $12 trillion has been siphoned out of emerging countries through offshore financing, a new research has revealed.
And second Chinese company CNNC poised to invest in Hinkley Point.
And poor jobs growth in US has wiped out the chances of an interest rate rise until 2017.