Jul 30, 2015 11:33 AM ET
Rupee continues to drift lower despite the recent collapse in energy and gold prices, two largest imported items by India. Essar Oil quarterly profit surged 54%. Nestle India net swung a loss. Dr. Reddy''s Lab net jumped 14%. NTPC net fell 3%. Crompton Greaves secured a contract in Portugal.
Jul 30, 2015 10:12 AM ET
BT profit climbed 16% to £632 million. BAE Systems net declined 8% to £398 million. Enel profit soared 10% to €1.8 billion. Lloyds agreed to sell its Irish commercial loans business to Bank of Ireland for about £827 million. Shell profit plunged 25%. RBS profit surged 27%.
Jul 29, 2015 6:16 PM ET
Federal Reserve left its key rate unchanged and said economy and job markets continue to improve. Fed comments lifted broad array of market indexes. S&P 500 index has rebounded nearly 2% after a correction of more than 3%.
Jul 29, 2015 4:25 PM ET
Nikkei average in Tokyo closed down in lacklustre trading and investors focused on domestic earnings. NTT DoCoMo estimated higher annual revenues. Fanuc plunged the most in seven years after lowering annual outlook. Dentus wins Olympic rights in Asia for 2018-2024.
Jul 29, 2015 3:15 PM ET
Australian market indexes rebounded on the back of higher closing in international markets. However, weaker commodities prices dampened the mood. NAB completed the divestment of its stake in the U.S. based Great Western Bancorp and booked a loss.
Jul 29, 2015 1:00 PM ET
Dabur said quarterly profit climbed 24% on 11% increase in revenues. Pidilite net soared 34%. Godrej Consumer Products net surged 39%. Yes Bank profit climbed 28%. SpiceJet net swung to profit.
Jul 29, 2015 12:54 PM ET
American Tower net plunged 44% but revenues soared 14%. Anadarko Petroleum net tumbled 73%. Anthem net surged 18% on 8% jump in revenues. General Dynamics net climbed 39%. Hilton Worldwide net soared 177%. MasterCard profit fell 1%. Twitter net loss narrowed.
Jul 29, 2015 11:40 AM ET
Barclays profit surged 31% to £2.1 billion. Bayer net increased 3% to €2.46 billion on revenues increase of 16.5%. LVMH profit jumped 5% to €1.6 billion. Sky net soared 125% to £1.9 billion.
Jul 28, 2015 2:08 PM ET
U.S. market indexes staged a slight rebound but commodities prices continue to test new lows and European markets lacked directions. Sell-off in China intensified in smaller exchanges. Volkswagen surpassed Toyota as the world’s largest automaker.
Jul 28, 2015 1:34 PM ET
Nikkei average in Tokyo declined following another day of route in commodities complex and in China indexes. Kao Corp and Tokyo Electron were in focus after quarterly results. Toyota Motor estimated flat annual global unit sales after first-half sales declined 1.5%.