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24 Apr
Tesla posts wider-than-expected losses as US tax credit gets halved

Electric carmaker Tesla reported a wider-than-expected first-quarter loss on Wednesday after a valuable tax credit for American's purchasing its vehicles was cut in half at the beginning of the year.

24 Apr
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US close: Stocks close lower as earnings continue to stream in

US stocks closed lower on Wednesday as the previous session's energy rally lost steam amid yet another deluge of corporate earnings.

24 Apr
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Microsoft revenues top $30bn as cloud service sees continued adoption

Software giant Microsoft's quarterly revenue and earnings beat estimates on Wednesday, thanks to the continued adoption of its cloud computing service and its Office suite of products.

24 Apr
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Facebook revenues beat estimates as advertising sales improve

Facebook topped estimates on the Street for quarterly revenues on Wednesday, boosted by a solid performance from Instagram and rising advertising sales.

24 Apr
Thursday preview: US corporate results, BoJ in focus

Around the world, financial markets are likely to remain fixated on the US earnings season, although central banks will not be far from investors' minds.

24 Apr
Caterpillar digs lower as Asian slowdown overshadows rising revenue

Caterpillar on Wednesday reported that its first quarter revenues increased as the construction machinery and equipment company achieved record first-quarter profit per share, though construction sales declined in its key Asia Pacific market.

24 Apr
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US open: Stocks open lower as energy rally loses steam

US stocks edged lower at the bell as the previous session's energy rally lost steam amid yet another deluge of corporate earnings, with figures from the likes of Facebook and Microsoft set to come after the close.

24 Apr
AT&T falls short as WarnerMedia revenue slip weighs on profits

US telco AT&T came in shy of analysts' quarterly estimates on Wednesday, as lower-than-expected sales at WarnerMedia and a shortfall in revenues at its wireless business weighed on profits.

24 Apr
Boeing posts lower-than-expected Q1 numbers as 737 deliveries decline

The world's largest jetmaker reported a sharp decline in quarterly earnings as commercial airline deliveries slowed and suspended its guidance for 2019 on the back of the recent tragedies involving its best-selling 737 MAX.

24 Apr
No PG&E buyout in the works, Berkshire Hathaway's Buffett tells CNBC

Berkshire Hathaway has denied reports that it is plotting a takeover of troubled California utility PG&E, which would have marked its return to the M&A trail after a nearly four-year lull.

24 Apr
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US pre-open: Futures point to mixed start ahead of more key earnings updates

US stocks looked set for a mixed open on Wednesday ahead of yet another deluge of corporate earnings, including those from the likes of Facebook and Microsoft.

24 Apr
America's Lighthizer, Mnuchin to travel to China next week

America's top trade negotiators will travel to Beijing next Tuesday with a view to having a draft deal in place by May.

23 Apr
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US close: Markets finish higher as earnings deluge begins

US markets finished in the green on Tuesday, after a session in which investors were busy sifting through an avalanche of corporate earnings amid uncertainty around the potential fallout from stricter US sanctions on Iran.

23 Apr
Commodities: Brent climbs, but copper dips as US dollar strengthens

Energy futures continued pushing higher on Tuesday on follow-through buying after the Trump administration decided the day before to cut Tehran's crude oil exports to zero by not extending waivers from its sanctions against countries purchasing oil from Iran.

23 Apr
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Trump to make state visit to UK in June

Trump is set to make a state visit to the UK in early June that will be hosted by Queen Elizabeth II despite the risks of public protests kicking off again as they did during his last visit.

23 Apr
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US open: Stocks go green as earnings continue to stream in

US stocks opened higher on Tuesday with an avalanche of corporate earnings and uncertainty around the potential fallout from stricter US sanctions on Iran in focus.

23 Apr
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State Street sees income fall on lower fee revenues

US financial services firm State Street Corporation saw its profits slide during the first quarter, as fee revenues shrank.

23 Apr
P&G ups full-year guidance as sales of Olay and Tide jump

Procter & Gamble has increased its full-year guidance after strong demand and higher prices helped the consumer goods giant deliver a strong third quarter.

23 Apr
Tesla drops Nvidia chips from its vehicles

Tesla has started incorporating its vehicles with a self-driving computer designed in-house in a move that will see it transition away from chips supplied by Nvidia.

23 Apr
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Coca-Cola beats sales estimates in encouraging first quarter

First quarter revenues at soft drinks giant Coca-Cola came in ahead of estimates from analysts on the Street as sales of its water, sports drinks and its zero sugar beverages surged.