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While Amazon remains the cloud infrastructure market's 800-pound gorilla, Google's unique services are winning over more businesses.
Google has some ground to make up against competitors in the cloud industry.
RBS posted a larger-than-expected full year loss of £6.95 billion after massive litigation and writedown costs hammered the bottom line of the taxpayer owned bank.
Corporate earnings and resurgent concerns over politics hit European benchmarks on Thursday.
U.S. stock futures turn mixed Wednesday after breaking records again in the previous session and ahead of minutes from the Federal Reserve's meeting earlier in February.
Wall Street ended at records for its second session in a row.
Stocks trade above closing records on Tuesday as energy names rally on a boost to crude oil.
Paris and Frankfurt rose but London was hit by worse than expected earnings at HSBC
The Dow Jones Industrial Average climbs for its eighth straight session in a row on Tuesday as better-than-expected earnings from Walmart lift spirits for the retail earnings season.
Stock futures moved higher on Tuesday as positive earnings from retailers including Walmart and Home Depot lifted spirits across the board.
Following a record disappointment from HSBC, the rest of London's banks are now in the crosshairs
U.S. stock futures on Tuesday are rising following the extended weekend and ahead of earnings reports from some retail heavyweights.
Eventually the character of the price action will shift, and that will be our cue to change our view of the market.
U.S. stock futures on Tuesday are rising following the long weekend and ahead of earnings reports from some retail heavyweights
HSBC posted much lower-than-expected full year earnings and increased its share buyback program after taking a multi-billion dollar writedown on its European private banking assets
European stocks traded mixed Tuesday, with futures prices pointing to an uncertain open on Wall Street, as investors continued to focus on mounting regional political risks amid stronger-than-expected economic data
European stocks traded mixed Tuesday, with futures prices pointing to an uncertain open on Wall Street, as investors continued to focus on mounting regional political risks amid stronger-than-expected economic data.
HSBC posted much lower-than-expected full year earnings and increased its share buyback program after taking a multi-billion dollar writedown on its European private banking assets.
European stocks are expected to slip modestly at the open of trading Tuesday as investors continue to focus on a mixed earnings season on increasing political uncertainty in the region.
European banks will probably continue to struggle with the loss of investment-banking clients to the U.S., according to New York-based Goldman Sachs.
The New York-based banking giant said it is exiting the servicing industry by 2018, a move that comes amid a pullback by many of its peers since the financial crisis.
Hong Kong's benchmark, the Hang Seng Index, did well last year. But that wasn't the same story for China as a whole.
Hong Kong's benchmark Hang Seng index almost matched the heady performance of Western markets in the last 12 months, as the Year of the Rooster starts. China lagged.
HSBC Private Bank announced that Bill Shannon recently joined as Head of the Central Region.
The Road to Brexit continues to be full of potholes for the government as bank bosses call for a five-year transition period.
While market uncertainty continues to dampen the flow of goods across borders, new research from HSBC uncovers a bright future for global services trade.
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