Market sentiment has taken a downward turn amid an expected visit by US Speaker Nancy Pelosi to Taiwan.
The social media company reported adjusted earnings of 11 cents a share on revenue of $666 million.
Pelosi Taiwan trip pulls stocks off their highs of the day.
European markets: quiet before the storm as investors wait US job data.
Euro extends losses vs. the dollar, trading under $1.01.
Former Japanese PM Shinzo Abe dies after being shot during a speech.
A dark cloud hangs over Musk’s Twitter deal due to concerns over fake account figures.
Marks & Spencer reported a bounce in profits as its outgoing CEO Steve Rowe stated that the business has “significant future development potential.”
Record quarter piles pressure on the government to issue a one-off levy to curb rising energy bills.
Elon Musk is expected to temporarily take over as CEO.
The property developer said the Group remains on track to meet its earnings guidance for the year ending 30 April 2022.
Apollo Global Management is in the preliminary phases of evaluating a possible cash offer for UK education publishing company Pearson.
FTSE 100 on track for a 2.7 % weekly gain
FTSE reshuffle sees mining giants drop to the FTSE 250 index.
The blue-chip index back in negative territory as banks and miners drop.
Wall Street’s main indexes fall sharply at the open.
Capita swings to annual profit.
Amazon announces $10 bln share buyback.
Shares on the FTSE stock market indexes accelerated gains on Wednesday.
Stagecoach is now backing a sale to investor DWS Infrastructure.