News by: Himanshu Singh
And Italy hired JP Morgan to hammer out €50 billion bad bank bailout plan.
And 'take a sledgehammer' to Brexit risks with new stimulus, says Bank of England's chief economist.
The S&P 500 and the Dow Jones hit records on investors' rosy outlook for big banks' second-quarter results.
And pound is on track for its best week since 2009 after Bank of England leaves interest rates unchanged.
And Bank of England could cut interest rates to boost economy after Brexit vote.
Energy companies in the S&P 500 fell 0.7% yesterday after oil prices slumped.
And Mark Carney said no silver bullet to address Brexit woes as policymakers warn of buy-to-let slowdown.
Alcoa closed up 5.4% after the company’s profit and sales both beat market expectations.
And the FTSE 100 charged into bull market territory and the pound spiked above $1.30 after May won the race to succeed Cameron.
Stocks rose in response to a better-than-forecast jobs report that brightened the economic outlook.
Japan's Nikkei 225 surged 3.3% despite the yen remaining relatively strong.
And Brexit is a golden opportunity for stronger US-UK trade ties, according to Osborne.
And Italy is holding emergency talks with Brussels over bank bailouts.
And Brexit will drag down eurozone growth for next three years as rising populism 'threatens its existence'.
And property fund turmoil continues as three more firms cut value post-EU referendum.
But gains in Costco and tech shares lifted the Nasdaq Composite.
Healthcare shares led the markets higher yesterday, with Merck adding 2.0% and Celgene rising 4.3%.
And Italy’s banking crisis threatens to collapse the eurozone's financial system and bankrupt the entire bloc, experts have warned.
And property funds of Aviva and M&G suspend trading over Brexit fears.
Four of the top five decliners on the S&P 500 were bank stocks, with JP Morgan, down 2.8%, weighing the most.