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Here are major companies whose stocks moved on the week’s news

GLOBAL ECONOMY

04-07-2021

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U.S. stocks ticked down Thursday during commentary from the Federal Reserve’s chief on the outlook.

COMPANIES

08-11-2020

Salman Sabir

Analyst


The blue-chip Dow index is poised to open lower, putting it on track to end its worst week and month

COMPANIES

31-10-2020

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The European Central Bank blamed a software defect for a disruption last week that left banks unable

STOCKS

12-08-2020

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The British competition authority (CMA) has expressed concerns about the planned acquisition by Norway's Adevinta of eBay's classified ads business, Adevinta said on Tuesday.

Reuters 16-02-2021


A group of major U.S. utilities, Tesla, Uber and others said on Tuesday they are launching a new group to lobby for national policies to boost electric vehicle sales.

Reuters 17-11-2020


PayPal is holding early-stage discussions to acquire cryptocurrency custody firm Curv, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday. The deal could be worth as much as $500 million, according to CoinDesk. Discussions could still fall apart as there's no guarantee of a deal yet.

Business Insider 03-03-2021


The largest U.S. banks have enough capital to withstand over $600 billion in losses from a short sharp economic slump, as well as a moderate longer-lasting downturn, and will be permitted to pay out dividends and buy back stock on a limited basis, the U.S. Federal Reserve said.

Reuters 18-12-2020


Following years of underperformance, value stocks posted a significant rebound over growth stocks in November as positive COVID-19 vaccine news led investors to begin buying the beaten down reopening trade, or stocks best poised to recover from a reopening of the economy. But despite the strong showing for value stocks last month, "growth stocks are not dead nor are they completing longer-term tops," Fundstrat's technical analyst Robert Sluymer said in a note on Tuesday.

Business Insider 01-12-2020


Facebook, Twitter and TikTok face fines of up to 10% of turnover if they fail to remove and limit the spread of illegal content under laws proposed by Britain on Tuesday.

Reuters 14-12-2020


Following years of underperformance, value stocks posted a significant rebound over growth stocks in November as positive COVID-19 vaccine news led investors to begin buying the beaten down reopening trade, or stocks best poised to recover from a reopening of the economy. But despite the strong showing for value stocks last month, "growth stocks are not dead nor are they completing longer-term tops," Fundstrat's technical analyst Robert Sluymer said in a note on Tuesday.

Business Insider 01-12-2020