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Facebook shares are poised to open lower Monday, as the social media platform pledges to invest £4.5 million in local UK community journalism.
European shares are higher Monday, boosted by optimism over the US-China trade dispute and some individual company news.
Telecom Italia shares are higher Monday, following the appointment of a new CEO for the firm.
Nissan shares closed lower in Asia overnight, amid news the Japanese car maker has uncovered evidence of financial misconduct by its Chairman, Carlos Ghosn.
VW shares are higher Monday, following an announcement Friday that it intends to invest €44 billion in the electrification of its vehicles.
Netflix shares are lower Friday, as the TV streaming services confirms its is testing a mobile-only subscription service, in Malaysia.
Blackberry shares are higher Friday, as the tech firm announced the acquisition of AI cyber-security business, Cylance.
Amazon shares opened lower Friday, as the tech giant begins its seven-day long Black Friday event.
European shares gave back earlier gains to move lower Friday, as Brexit blues remain firmly in place.
Vivendi shares are in the green Friday, following a strong third quarter earnings report from the French media group.
Facebook shares are lower Thursday, as the tech giant reels from multiple accusations of wrongdoing in an NYT article.
Google shares are lower Thursday, amid privacy concerns over a UK-based health app Streams now that AI expert DeepMind, has handed it over the the tech giant.
European shares are firmly in negative territory Thursday, as a raft of UK minister resignations following a Brexit plan agreement rock sentiment and risk aversion heightens.
European shares are lower again Wednesday, as a combination of concerns over economic growth, the oil price fall and Italian budgetary caution, weigh on the stock market.
Netflix shares closed in the green Tuesday, amid news it has signed a further lease on new Hollywood office space.
Moller Maersk shares are lower Wednesday, after the shipping giant warned ongoing tensions between the US and China could hurt demand for its services.
Facebook shares closed higher Tuesday, after the tech giant launched a new career development portal.
Amazon shares closed a little lower in the US Tuesday, after it confirmed its new HQ would be split across two US cities, New York City and Arlington, Virginia.
Oil price moves lower as Trump tweet warns against output reductions, OPEC cuts its 2019 demand outlook, again.
Amazon shares opened in the green Tuesday, amid reports the tech giant has selected two locations which its HQ2 will split across.
Apple shares slumped Monday, following an outlook reduction from one of the suppliers of its facial recognition tech, citing a lower order from a major customer.
European shares rise as sentiment gains on US-China trade talks optimism.
Volkswagen shares are higher Tuesday, amid news CEO Herbert Diess confirmed the company is ready to make 50 million electric vehicles as demand is on the rise.
Telecom Italia shares are lower Tuesday, after the Board revoked all powers from CEO Amos Genish, with immediate effect.
Apple shares are lower Monday, amid news the tech innovator has admitted to problems with the original iPhone X and some 13-inch screen MacBook Pros.