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Round-up of the financial news from around the world
Pearson traded lower Friday after it said it would launch a strategic review of its Wall Street English and Global Education businesses following a pre-tax loss of $3.3 billion.
A resignation from the Trump cabinet and worse-than-expected German growth left a sour taste in the mouths of investors
Levi & Korsinsky, LLP is investigating Pearson plc ("Pearson" or the "Company") (NYSE:PSO) in connection with possible breaches of federal securities laws.
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The ailing education and published company has slashed profit forecasts and cut its dividend. Here is why.
The world's largest education company suffered its worst one-day stock performance on Wednesday.
Company news came back to the fore for European stocks on Wednesday as earnings season approaches.
International education and media company Pearson noted that sales in its North American unit declined by 30% in the fourth quarter, hurting overall full year net revenue.
The U.K-based education publisher wants to sell to the books business to its joint venture partner Bertelsmann to finance further investment in its digital operations.
The British currency surged after the U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May outlined a Brexit plan.
Pearson shares plunged in Wednesday after the British publishing group slashed its dividend and cautioned that profits would underperform over the next two years.
London's FTSE 100 leads the decline across Europe as stocks and bonds fall on inflation fears.
Benchmark 10-year Gilt yields push past 1.16%, the highest level since the Brexit vote.
Investors might want to be cautious with these stocks, ranked a 1 on the S&P STARS scale.
Bank of England defies market expectations and keeps rate at 0.5%
A loss of contracts in New York and Texas, and restructuring measures weigh down the education company
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Pearson (PSO) said it's planning to eliminate 4,000 jobs or about 10% of its workforce as the learning company grapples with slowing demand for print-focused educational materials.
European stocks make a tentative recovery Thursday morning after more carnage in Asia, as investors look to commentary later Thursday from European Central Bank Chief Mario Draghi.
Pearson's restructuring aligns the company with an increased focus in digital education and a partnership with Arizona State and Starbucks is driving results.
European stocks retreat on Wednesday, erasing earlier gains amid a selloff in mining and metals companies.
Pearson (PSO) stock is down after the company issued a full year earnings warning.