Wall Street's main stockmarket gauges were moving lower on Wednesday as investors opt to stay on the sidelines ahead of the latest policy announcement from the Federal Reserve.
US crude oil inventories shrank sharply during the preceding week as exports and refinery activity picked up.
Holland's coalition government is at risk of losing its Senate majority in provincial elections due to be held on Wednesday evening as the Eurosceptic Forum for Democracy climbs in the polls.
The chief executive of UBS has called the last three months one of the worst quarters in investment banking’s recent history.
Markets in Asia were mostly in negative territory as they closed on Wednesday, as investors struggled to make sense of the latest news from the ongoing trade tensions between the US and China.
International courier services and air freight giant FedEx reported a sharp drop in both sales and profits for its third quarter, blaming its weaker-than-expected performance on its international arm.
US stock futures pointed to a broadly flat open on Wall Street on Wednesday as investors kept their powder dry ahead of the latest policy announcement from the Federal Reserve.
US pharmaceutical group Pfizer has bought a 15% stake in Vivet Therapeutics and now has an exclusive option to buy out the rest of the privately-held French gene therapy company.
Google has been slapped with a €1. 49bn fine by the European Commission for breaking EU antitrust rules by abusing its market dominance in online advertising.
Shares of Bayer were unwanted on Wednesday after a California jury issued a preliminary ruling against the German chemicals maker.
Japan’s Toyota Motor Corporate and Suzuki Motor Corporation have unveiled plans for a wide-ranging collaboration, including jointly producing electric vehicles.
Shares in BMW slid on Wednesday as the German car maker warned that 2019 pre-tax profit would be "well below" the previous year's level amid rising manufacturing costs and announced a new cost-savings plan.
Australian copper producer Aeris Resources has offered to buy Glencore's CSA copper mine in New South Wales for $575m.
Wall Street trading wrapped up on a mixed note on Tuesday as investors eyed the start of the Federal Reserve's two-day policy meeting and digested conflicting trade reports.
Stocks on the Continent finished higher on the back of an unexpectedly strong reading on analyst sentiment towards Germany, helped by some positive headlines around Brexit and US-China trade talks.
US stocks opened higher on Tuesday as investors eyed the start of the Federal Reserve's two-day policy meeting.
The City watchdog has fined UBS more than £27m for failing to keep proper records on nearly 136m transactions over a decade.
Markets in Asia finished in a mixed state on Tuesday, as investors closed their wallets ahead of this month’s Federal Reserve meeting in the United States.
Institutional investors are suing Danske Bank for $475m of damages in connection with the money laundering scandal that hit the Danish bank last year.
Jones Lang LaSalle has agreed to buy capital markets services provider HFF in a cash and stock deal worth about $2bn.