Google announced on Monday that it will permanently close its Campus in East London because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Wall Street stocks recorded solid gains on Monday as major indices bounced back from their worst week since October.
Wall Street trading got off to a positive start on Monday as major indices looked set to attempt a bounce back from their worst week since October.
All eyes on Tuesday will be on Federal Reserve chief, Jerome Powell, as he testifies before the US House of Representatives Select Subcommittee on Coronavirus Crisis, at 1900 BST.
European shares finished higher on Monday as investors appeared to shake off concerns of tighter US central bank policy.
Spanish President Pedro Sánchez will propose to the Council of Ministers on Tuesday granting a pardon to the nine convicted Catalán separatist leaders jailed following their role in the so-called 'procés'.
Hyundai announced on Monday morning that it had completed a deal to acquire robotics company Boston Dynamics.
London stocks closed in positive territory on Monday, despite worries about inflation, as Morrisons led supermarkets higher after rejecting a £5. 5bn takeover offer.
UBS downgraded shares of miner Rio Tinto to 'sell' from 'neutral' on Monday as it argued that iron ore is approaching an inflection point.
Dr Martens revealed on Monday that non-executive director Robyn Perriss had acquired 20,000 ordinary shares in the FTSE 250-listed boot-maker.
Helium One announced the presence of helium-enriched gas in drilling mud in the lake bed formation while drilling the Tai-1 well at the wholly-owned Rukwa Project in Tanzania on Monday.
Gold and copper exploration and development company Kefi updated the market on its operations on Monday, reporting that the Tulu Kapi gold project in Ethiopia remained on track with previous guidance.
Equity strategists at JP Morgan stood by their forecasts for exceedingly fast growth in European companies' earnings per share, adding that the recent flattening seen in the government bond curves might end up being "materially premature".
London’s FTSE 250 was up 0. 3% at 22,381. 56 in afternoon trade on Monday.
Armenia and Kyrgyz Republic-focussed gold mining company Chaarat has entered into a new investment agreement with Turkish mining construction and contract company Çiftay İnşaat Taahhüt ve Ticaret, it was announced on Monday.
London’s FTSE 100 was up 0. 2% at 7,033. 69 in afternoon trade on Monday.
US biotech Moderna is to ramp up production of its Covid-19 vaccine, it was reported on Monday.
Amber Group, a cryptocurrency financial services firm, has raised $100m in a fresh funding round.
Minerals exploration and development company Alien Metals announced the completion of its phase 2 drilling programme on the Hancock tenement on Monday, which is part of the Hamersley Iron Ore Project in Western Australia.
Citi stayed at a 'buy' on European names in the hydrogen space, telling clients that their shares had found a "base" following recent price drops.
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