|Day Low/High||29.86 / 30.59|
|52 Wk Low/High||18.46 / 38.10|
Slater & Gordon shares continue to fall on yesterday's lackluster results.
BHP Billiton (BHP) will be cutting CEO Andrew Mackenzie's annual bonus following a dam collapse in Brazil last year.
A collapse in a Brazilian mine co-owned by BHP Billiton (BHP) and Vale (VALE) was caused by drainage and design flaws, according to an investigation report released late Monday.
Benchmark indices across Europe are up but the FTSE falls after a holiday Monday.
Friday's strong finish failed to save stock markets from a second week of losses.
Macau's Galaxy Entertainment rises as mass-market gamblers from the Chinese mainland drive forecast-busting profit, while ChinaMengniu milks a 12% gain from a mixed set of first-half numbers.
BHP Billiton, for one, continues to benefit from easy central bank money.
Brent crude surges breaks $50 a barrel.
And Carlsberg is feeling the effects, as beer volumes fell in some markets in the second quarter.
Worries over the next rate hike superseded joy over the four-day rally in crude oil on Tuesday, sending stocks into the red and away from their record highs.
Stocks hold lower on Tuesday even as another jump in crude oil extends its rally into a fourth session.
Germany's Linde surges 11% on merger talks with Praxair.
The miner hit rock bottom and can only go higher from here.
We are bullish on gold as long as central bankers are stuck in the low-rate/low-growth cycle.
Stocks back off records on Tuesday as stronger-than-expected economic data and hawkish commentary from the Federal Reserve's William Dudley increases the chances of a near-term rate hike.
BHP Billiton CEO Andrew Mackenzie stopped by 'Bloomberg Go' Tuesday morning to talk about the company's annual report and future cash flow plans.
U.S. stocks moved lower Tuesday, after the three major indices closed at record highs on Monday.
Stock futures hold lower on Tuesday even as a reading on the housing sector jumps to a post-recession high.
BHP (BHP) posted a worst-ever loss in its fiscal 2016 results after yesterday's market close.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway lifts its stake in Apple by 55%; Morgan Stanley is ValueAct's latest target; Aetna to withdraw from 11 of its Affordable Care Act markets.
Investors tread cautiously in Asia on Tuesday, despite Monday's rallies on Wall Street and the European markets, while oil slides back.
The world's biggest mining company is hit by exceptional items, including a provision for a burst dam in Brazil.
Investors await Home Depot's earnings and the July consumer price index on Tuesday.
Anglo CEO Cutifani is under pressure to bundle South African operations to create a national mining champion.
Retail earnings and Federal Reserve speakers will be in focus for the week of August, 15.
The Federal Reserve will be the underlying current fueling market activity in the coming week as questions remain over when a rate hike might come next.