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Reuters markets editor David Gaffen and Clear Alternatives CEO Diane Garnick take a look at the factors investors should look out for this earnings season.
Spanish wireless networks provider Gowex, at the heart of an accounting fraud scandal that has hit Spain's reputation among investors, has started insolvency proceedings, say lawyers. David Pollard reports
British luxury brand Burberry has reported faster than expected sales growth in its financial first quarter but as Melanie Ralph reports plans to give the new CEO a large bonus aren't going down well with shareholders.
Concerns about the health of a parent company of Banco Espirito Santo - Portugal’s largest listed bank - has hurt peripheral euro zone bonds. As Joanna Partridge reports it also curbed demand at Greece's second debt sale following its 2012 default.
Rob Cox talks to Breakingviews columnists about the billionaire's decision to kiss a portion of his Mexican telecom empire goodbye.
Public sector workers across Britain strike over pay, pensions and cuts as the Bank of England announces its latest interest rate decision. David Pollard asks if the industrial action should be a warning the UK may not be as far along the road to recovery as it would like?
The relatively higher income shopper at Costco is doing better than the one taking the bus to a Family Dollar store. Fred Katayama reports.
July 10 - Germany play Argentina for the third time in a World Cup final on Sunday. But who'll be victorious? And how good a tournament has it been? Betting analyst Nigel Seeley and Iain Axon of Reuters discuss
July 10 - Recent changes in the Vatican Bank can serve as valuable lessons for mainstream finance, says Breakingviews.
July 10 - Indonesia's inconclusive presidential race means investor favorite Joko Widodo is likely to struggle to institute reforms even if he's handed the victory markets already seem to be betting on.
July 10 - On Friday in Asia, investors looking for exposure to China's flight industry can snap up a piece of China Aircraft Leasing as it debuts in Hong Kong. Also, India's Infosys reports quarterly earnings.
July 10 - Allegations that Bank of China helped clients speed cash abroad may signal a wider crackdown on capital flight by Beijing that would have global implications, says Breakingviews' Peter Thal Larsen.
Minutes from the Federal Reserve's June meeting indicate policymakers may wrap up their bond buying program a little earlier than expected, prompting new speculation about how soon interest rates will rise. Bobbi Rebell reports.
Summary: Stocks rebounded aided by minutes from the last Federal Reserve meeting; American Airlines halt sector slide; Alcoa gains after earnings; Citi near $7b settlement; Container Store slumps. Conway G. Gittens reports.
Chris Rupkey, Chief Financial Economist at Bank of Toyko- Mitsubishi explains the potential risks to the Fed being behind the curve on raising rates that won't be clear for several years.
Greece's main civil servants stage a 24-hour strike over the government's economic policies. As Hayley Platt reports there are also protests taking place over the partial sale of the country's power company.
Lufthansa's new CEO outlines the German carrier's new plan to attract more price conscious travellers while battling competition. But after another profit warning Joanna Partridge looks at the airline's chances of success.
Nike has ended a 13-year deal to manufacturer Manchester United's football kit. Melanie Ralph looks at why and who will get the next multi-million dollar deal.
Rob Cox and Chris Swann discuss the D.C. lender's decision to hire an investment bank to assess Itaú Unibanco's controversial deal with CorpBanca in Chile.