Jul 17, 2015 1:37 PM ET
Nikkei index extended weekly surge to 4.4% as world markets advanced on the hopes that the third bailout for Greece will be approved. Sharp Corp reported quarterly loss as management struggles with liquid crystal display business. Eisai Co agreed to transfer its facility in North Carolina to Biogen.
Jul 17, 2015 12:56 PM ET
Comerica net plunged 9%. Domino''''s profit surged 19%. GE net swung to a loss. Google profit surged 17% on 11% increase in revenues. Honeywell net climbed 8% but revenues declined 5%. J B Hunt net soared 11%. Grainger net jumped 7%.
Jul 17, 2015 12:48 PM ET
German lawmakers approve Greek proposal but a significant minority of ruling party disapproved. Electrolux net swung to profit of 608 million kronor. Ericsson profit plunged 20% and revenues climbed 11%. Fortum net surged 86% to €4.9 billion. Givaudan net soared 16%. Scania profit jumped 14%.
Jul 17, 2015 11:40 AM ET
Market indexes in Sydney in volatile trading closed unchanged and trading volume was 30% below normal. For the week, the ASX index surged 3.2%. Metcash surged 10% after supermarket operator appointed a new chief. Santos Limited said quarterly production increased 12%.
Jul 17, 2015 10:57 AM ET
Tata Motors plans to raise ₹4,400 crore through a non-convertible debentures offering. Crompton Greaves won a contract in Saudi Arabia. MindTree agreed to acquire UK-based management consultancy.
Jul 16, 2015 12:37 PM ET
Market indexes on Wall Street and in Europe advanced and euro zone ministers and European Central Bank worked to expand emergency line of credit to Greek banks. U.S. jobless claims and housing data point improving economic conditions.
Jul 16, 2015 11:59 AM ET
BB&T net jumped 7%. Citigroup profit surged after credit loss and expenses declined. eBay net tumbled 88% but revenues climbed 7%. Goldman Sachs net plunged 53%. Intel profit dropped 3% on 5% decline in revenues. Netflix net plunged 63%. Philip Morris net rose 2%.
Jul 16, 2015 11:52 AM ET
Greek lawmakers approve tougher conditions demanded by international lenders. Carrefour sales jumped 4%. Elisa profit soared 12%. Investor net swung to a loss to 8.5 billion kronor. Nordea Bank profit climbed 39%. Rio Tinto lowered iron ore shipments forecast. Sports Direct net surged 33%.
Jul 16, 2015 11:22 AM ET
Nikkei extended gains for the fourth day in a row and the yen held firm after Greek lawmakers approved tougher conditions demanded by international lenders. Mitsubishi Chemical plans to integrate with plastics and rayon companies.
Jul 16, 2015 9:48 AM ET
Australian markets traded higher but the Aussie dollar dropped below 74 U.S. cents. Rio Tinto said global iron ore production in June quarter rose 9% but issued weak outlook for shipment. Woodside Petroleum second quarter revenues dropped 46%.