News by: Himanshu Singh
Shares rebound after Fed minutes showed policymakers have started to detail how the central bank will end its easy monetary policy.
And the BBC has offered to let its commercial competitors bid for hundreds of millions of pounds in programming budgets.
And UK economic recovery suffered a setback yesterday with May seeing the biggest monthly fall in manufacturing output for 16 months.
The Nasdaq slipped the most in two months as investors turned cautious before the start of earnings season.
And Anglo American has agreed to sell a 50% stake in UK joint venture Lafarge Tarmac to its French partner Lafarge for £885 million.
Cyclical stocks, which are tied to the pace of economic growth, ranked among the weakest of the day.
And Goldman Sachs is expanding its European wealth management business to offer loans to rich clients.
However, shares held near three-year highs on optimism about the US economy.
And BlackRock restricts share lending after losing £30 million in a short selling attack on Blinkx.
And Bank of Cyprus is set to become the latest lender in the eurozone periphery to issue shares.
And European officials have demanded that Luxembourg hand over documents relating to Amazon’s tax affairs as the online retail giant becomes embroiled in a crackdown.
Shares gain as June jobs report came in much stronger than expected and the European Central Bank disclosed details of its stimulus plans.
A positive data on private sector employment wasn't enough to interest buyers ahead of the highly anticipated June payrolls report.
And London house prices leap by 25% in rise unequalled since 1987, new data shows.
And BNP Paribas has agreed to pay a record $8.9 billion fine for working with countries subject to US sanctions, but most of its bankers will get their bonuses.
Shares gained as data showed expansion in US manufacturing and better-than-expected sales for major US automakers.
And mortgage approvals declined to an 11-month low in May, confirming that the lending market was already losing some steam before the Bank of England announced new curbs last week.
The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq scored a sixth straight quarter of gains as a surge in pending home sales offset weaker-than-forecast manufacturing data.