The FTSE 100 in London was the only market to lose marginal ground in midmorning trading on Monday.
— November 30, 2015
Fears over hard landing in China put pressure on Europe’s stocks
— November 27, 2015
Many retail and luxury stocks were also up, including Hugo Boss, Zalando, Metro AG and Salvatore Ferragamo.
— November 26, 2015
Kering and L’Oréal are among those who have vowed to help slow down global warming ahead of the Paris climate summit.
A recent AlixPartners study shows that a staggering 55 percent of retail bankruptcies over the last 10 years ultimately ended in liquidation. Why?
Sales up, profits flat at Sir Philip Green’s Taveta Investments Ltd.
— November 25, 2015
Stocks are moving higher even though consumer spending was less than expected as personal incomes rose.
All major indices were on the upswing, with supermarkets logging solid gains.
The e-commerce company brings in new funding and scores $1 billion valuation.
— November 24, 2015