Shares of US stockmarket darling Tesla were on the skids after the outfit underwhelmed investors at its 2020 Battery Day.
US economic output put paid to the third quarter with a solid pace of expansion in September, the results of a closely-watched survey revealed.
The novel coronavirus will exact a much higher toll on job markets around the world than previously feared, according to the global watchdog for labour.
Hyundai Heavy Industries Holdings are in talks with the European Union antitrust regulators over its bid for Daewoo, reported Reuters on Wednesday.
The world's largest hydropower company has kicked-off a bookbuilding exercise for the sale of Global Depositary Receipts representing 5% of its capital prior to the offering.
UK ministers warned on Wednesday that a worst case scenario post-Brexit transition period would see queues of as many as 7,000 trucks in Kent.
Huawei claimed on Wednesday that Qualcomm had applied for a US government license to sell its chips to the Chinese tech giant.
US consumer health and drugs giant Johnson & Johnson has launched the last phase of clinical trials for its Covid-19 vaccine.
Wall Street futures were pointing to a positive open on Wednesday amid heightened restrictions to stem Covid-19 cases in Europe and an ongoing stalemate in negotiations for a second stimulus bill.
JP Morgan will become one of Germany's biggest banks when it moves about €200bn (£184bn) of assets from the UK to Frankfurt because of Brexit, Bloomberg reported.
German business activity increased in September driven by rising manufacturing production but growth slowed as activity weakened in the services sector.
Second-hand home sales continued growing at a brisk pace last month, the latest available industry data showed.
Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey has warned that the "hard yards" are ahead after the number of Covid-19 cases jumped and further lockdown restrictions appeared imminent.
Wall Street futures were pointing to a mixed session before the bell on Tuesday ahead of testimony from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell later in the day.
Airbus will attempt to cut costs without recourse to compulsory redundancies, but it cannot guarantee they won’t happen, CEO Guillaume Faury told French radio station RTL on Tuesday.
Europe’s top court on Tuesday backed European cities' crackdown on short-term home rentals in a move to solve the housing crunch.
UK regulators face “painful lessons” from upcoming reviews that will question how customers are and should be protected, the Financial Conduct Authority CEO said on Monday.
Libyan oil production and exports from the east of the country are set to restart following a conditional lifting of the blockade imposed by the Libyan National Army under the command of Khalifa Haftar.
US president Donald Trump has warned that the White House could block TikTok’s proposed tie-up with Oracle and Walmart if ByteDance seeks to retain overall control.
Microsoft said on Monday that it has agreed to buy ZeniMax Media, the parent of game developers Bethesda Softworks, for $7. 5bn in cash.