FEB 4, 2019
Sony Corporation Shares experienced the most significant drop today – by 8.9% – in trading in Tokyo over the past three and a half years, amid a general increase in the Nikkei index, as Reuters reports.
FEB 3, 2019
58 year old Bob Swan become a new CEO of Intel, the microprocessor manufacturer announced. Swan worked as the CFO since 2016, and he worked as the CEO since June 2018.
FEB 1, 2019
Tesla published a report on the results of the 4th quarter and the whole 2018. During the quarter, the company earned a profit of $139 million and unprecedented revenue of $7.2 billion.
JAN 31, 2019
The start of the cryptocurrency storage service from Fidelity Investments, which assets under management amount to $2.5 trillion, may take place in March, CoinDesk reports. According to sources, the system of the division of Fidelity Digital Asset Services LLC (FDAS) has been already operating, and it is used to store digital money currently.
JAN 30, 2019
The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is conducting an investigation of Nissan, the Japanese motor manufacturer, concerning payments to the Company’s managers.
JAN 29, 2019
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq indexes closed Thursday’s trade in the positive territory, while the Dow slightly declined, as continuing concerns about a slowdown in the global economy and trade contradictions between the US and China have negated optimism about companies’ reports.
JAN 28, 2019
The British pound reached a peak of 11 weeks on Friday after The Sun reported that the Democratic Unionist Party of Northern Ireland decided to support the Brexit plan proposed by Theresa May next week.
JAN 26, 2019
The net profit of Hyundai Motor, a South Korean automobile manufacturer, in 2018 decreased by 2.8 times compared with 2017 – to 1.65 trillion KRW (1.5 billion USD), follows from the Company’s report.
JAN 25, 2019
Shares of IBM, the American manufacturer of computers and software components, appreciated by 10.2 percent during trading on January 23, according to trading data on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).
JAN 24, 2019
The European Commission fined the Mastercard payment system for €570.6 million ($648.3 million) for abusing the dominant position in the EU non-cash transaction market.