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U.K. homebuilders continue their post-Brexit recovery in London, as financial stocks and miners also progress.
RYCEY's charts are improving, but its race to a bottom may not be over yet.
Benchmark indices rise for the first time since Thursday.
The engine maker sticks by its full-year forecast, though signals currency movements will prove unfavorable.
Here are some British stocks to consider. But don't buy now, wait for them to come lower.
Financial stocks will take a pasting after the Brexit decision. I'm watching three stocks that should benefit but not jumping in just yet.
The engineering company appeals to its staff as the U.K. government threatens higher taxes in a post-Brexit Britain.
Luxury goods maker Richemont bucks the positive trend after delivering a gloomy prognosis.
A public holiday in much of Europe decreases volume.
Rolls Royce shareholders expected to vote on ValueAct board nominee.
The Spanish oil producer becomes the latest in a parade of sector peers to post well-received quarterly numbers.
European bourses at highest level since the beginning of the year.
Stocks firm across the main European markets on Friday but Asian shares have another bad session.
Global regulators this week slapped a heavy burden on the aviation industry, which will prove a boon for this giant manufacturer of eco-friendly jet engines.
Foreign defense contractors might dodge a few bullets to enter China’s military-industrial complex but will eventually find an inroad.
Rolls-Royce is the leading manufacturer of low-emission, fuel-efficient aircraft engines.
European stock benchmarks move higher on Wednesday following a strong day in most major Asian markets as Federal Reserve policymakers prepare to announce their decision on U.S. rates.
Market volatility in the third quarter took a toll on even the largest hedge fund investors, but here are five stocks they bought into during the period.
European stocks appear to run out of steam on Friday, with most major indices little changed by late morning amid strong hints from the ECB boss of further monetary easing.
Delta CEO Richard Anderson's $10 million valuation for used Boeing 777s was panned by Boeing and others. It turns out Anderson was right, an expert says.
If you're concerned about market volatility but refuse to sit on the sidelines, these six growth stock stalwarts should provide both safety and capital appreciation for 2016.
General Electric is shedding its financials businesses and growing market share -- plus it's well-managed. Jim Cramer said there's a reason the stock is hitting a 52-week high.
Although negative comments are coming from Rolls-Royce, and weak results from Freshpet, it's too big a leap to think those companies' issues apply to their rivals, Cramer said.
Boeing, American and JPMorgan don't seem to accept Delta CEO Richard Anderson's suggestion that the market for used 777s is glutted and growing more so.
European stocks are higher Monday as a rise in commodities stocks offsets disappointing economic data out of the single-currency zone and the United Kingdom.
Tesla Motors (TSLA) CEO Elon Musk unveiled the electric automaker's first SUV - the Model X.
Elon Musk and Tesla are reinventing the SUV for the 21st century. The new Model X SUV doesn't disappoint.