Laura Board is The Deal’s international editor. Based in London, she leads a team producing news and features on corporate finance and regulation from Brussels to Brisbane. Board joined the The Deal shortly after its 1999 launch from the Financial Times. Before that, she worked at Bloomberg News in Frankfurt and London and at Retail Week. She speaks French, Italian, German and Spanish.
The health technology company keeps its full-year forecast intact as third-quarter figures show that its revenue is becoming more profitable.
Nintendo extends Friday's losses after a new console leaves investors underwhelmed.
Forward-looking purchasing managers' indices and earnings from beleaguered lender Deutsche Bank feature among the other release highlights.
The Swedish telecom equipment maker promises additional restructuring measures and predicts up to three more quarters of troubles.
The dollar rises against major currencies, while oil declines.
The government data put the quarterly growth rate above the second-quarter level, though economists see challenges ahead.
Shares in the stock decline only marginally as the pharmaceuticals group sticks with its full-year forecast.
Oil stocks including PetroChina and Cnooc are among the best performers, while Mitsubishi Motors continues to gain on expectations of a chairman role for the CEO of backer Nissan.
The hedge fund manager's new CEO also announces a $232 million deal for 'real assets' investor Aalto as part of its diversification drive.
Uniqlo owner Fast Retailing leaps on a positive profit prognosis, while SoftBank rises as it teams with Saudi Arabia to launch a tech fund.
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