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U.S. stock futures point to a mixed start for Wall Street on Wednesday, June 28.
Reckitt Benckiser said Wednesday it had fallen victim to the Petya ransomware virus, adding its name to a list of companies including AP Moerller-Maersk and advertising agency WPP.
U.S. stocks are higher in early trading.
Maersk said Wednesday that it has contained the Petya ransomware virus that shut down some of its systems in an ongoing global cyber attack.
A computer virus that locks up computers and seeks ransom payments has spread to the U.S.
The attacks freeze IT systems and demand $300 cryptocurrency to unlock trapped files.
WPP and Moeller Maersk have fallen victim to cyber attacks Tuesday that appear to have impacted companies and governments around Europe.
Qatar has been blackballed by its neighbors who say the country funds terrorism.
Higher oilprices left Maersk's shipping unit with an unexpected loss that was offest by strong gains at the the conglomerate's unwanted oil business.
AP Moeller-Maersk shares were among Europe's biggest decliners Wednesday after the shipping giant reported a bigger-than-expected loss as part of its efforts to shed its struggling oil business.
The world's biggest shipping line operator should have a strong year so long as Trump reins in his protectionism.
Rising freight rates are poised to drive a 30% increase in the value of the world's biggest shipping group, while an oil deal could be the cherry on top.
A.P. Moeller Maersk falls more than 3% on Trump's win.
Shares hit a 2.5 month low after the world's biggest container shipping firm said freight rates fell 16% year on year in the quarter.
U.S. election movements have investors on the back foot in global trading as Trump and Clinton hit the home stretch in their grueling presidential campaign.
Gainers include ArcelorMittal, Lafargeholcim, Nokia, Maersk
A report suggests that Denmark's Moeller-Maersk is considering a split into transport and energy companies.
William Hill gains after 888 and Rank abandon $3.93 billion takeover attempt.
Luxury goods makers LVMH and Kering, and retailers Marks & Spencer and Sainsbury rise.
The new CEO announces a strategic review in the wake of falling earnings.
Without the Al Shaheen concession Maersk Oil may be fatally diminished, while recent results leave it without a strategic purpose.
Mining shares drag down the London benchmark while Frankfurt and Paris edge higher.
A flooded offshore drilling market means that investors would be wise to secure any profits they have left in Ensco and wait for more clarity about the company's operations.