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The Nasdaq tumbles and the S&P 500 slides. The Dow rises slightly.
Telcomms are the best performing sector in Europe Thursday
Vodafone looks to put India woes behind it.
The second-quarter earnings season picks up speed.
The initiative will tout American manufacturing after a rocky week for the White House.
Vodafone helps Smart Meter, LLC. provide a new level of accessibility to people with diabetes and their caregivers
European stocks rose Thursday while London fell as a general election and the latest ECB decision took centre stage for investors.
Vodafone sets out new global rules to prevent its advertising from appearing alongside extremist content, as the U.K. prime minister takes aim at tech firms following Saturday attack in London.
Here is something to chat about this weekend.
European stocks were mixed Tuesday as London's blue chip benchmark set a new record while indices on the Continent were hit by losses at the region's big automakers.
Stock futures move higher on Tuesday as crude oil continues to climb, though another controversy from the Trump camp keeps markets on edge.
European stocks edged higher again Tuesday, with fresh record highs in Britain and Germany, as investors continue to extend a global equity market rally amid improving economic data.
Investors await key economic data from Eurostat
Vodafone shares rose to the top of the FTSE 100 leaderboard Tuesday after a bullish 2018 outlook offset weaker-than-expected full year profits and slowing revenues.
The interminable wait for details of tax reform continues in the coming week. Don't expect any big swings upwards for markets until that comes to pass.
'We no longer expect to be able to achieve an upgrade to our pre-Vodafone credit rating,' Verizon said.
The company is expected to report its first year-over-year revenue decline since going public in 2013.
No, people aren't suddenly deciding they want to go back to shopping at the mall, says Jim Cramer.
This month's resilience in the market has a lot to do with short squeezes in big tech names.
U.S. stock futures are lower and European stocks decline Monday after G-20 Finance Ministers drop a pledge to oppose trade protectionism because of resistance from the Trump administration.