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Fiona Cincotta

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What to Watch: UK Banks Earnings When: HSBC (NYSE:HSBC):                     Tuesday, April 28 Barclays (LON:BARC) Bank (NYSE:BCS):     Wednesday, April 29 Lloyds (LON:LLOY) Bank (LON:LLOY_pa)...
Positivity in Asia overnight looks set to spill into Europe, with European bourses pointing to a higher start on the open. The upbeat mood in the market comes after BoJ action and amid an increased...
European markets are pointing to weaker start on Friday as they weighed up the impact that the coronavirus outbreak was having on the global economy and the failure of EU leaders to agree an ambitious...
When: April 29 after market close Q1 Expectations: Revenue $17.82 billion EPS $1.18 Facebook is both benefiting and being battered by coronavirus. On the one hand, Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) is expected to...
European markets are pointing towards a mixed start as investors digest the promise of more US aid to cushion the blow of the coronvirus hit, in addition to rising oil prices. However, with dire PMI...
European bourses have started stronger on Wednesday, as the mood in the market appears to be improving despite the price of oil continuing to decline. The FTSE which shed just shy of 3% in the...
AB Foods (LON:ABF) has pulled its interim dividend as it reported a fall in H1 profits owing to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. Prior to the coronvirus outbreak, the Primark part of the business had been...
After eking out small gains at the start of the week, the FTSE is heading lower on Tuesday as risk off mode returns. Amid concerns over the health of North Korea's leader Kim Jong-Un and the...
When: April 23 after market close Expectations for Q1: Revenue $72.5 billion Revenue AWS $10.3 billion, EPS $6.35 What to watch: While the past few weeks have brought turmoil of unprecedented levels...
Oil is extending its decline, dropping to the lowest level in two decades on fears that the world is running out of places to store crude, as demand is crushed. Output cuts have clearly proved to be...