Apple warned late on Tuesday of the risks of allowing iPhone users to download unapproved apps ahead of a debate in Congress where lawmakers are set to discuss a series of antitrust bills.
Wall Street stocks put on a mixed performance on Wednesday, with the Nasdaq Composite seeing out the session at yet another fresh record high.
London stocks fell back into the red in late trading on Wednesday, after a session which saw investors digesting the latest reading on the UK services and manufacturing sectors.
European shares retreated on Wednesday as investors fretted over eurozone surveys showing a better-than-expected rise in June activity, but alongside rising inflation pressures.
New home sales in the US fell sharply last month as the boom in demand for living in the suburbs in the wake of Covid-19 ebbed.
Deutsche Bank upgraded its recommendation on shares of builders’ merchant Travis Perkins to ‘buy’ from ‘hold’ on Wednesday, lifting the price target to 2,056p from 1,707p as it noted that trading remains strong.
Dispute financial specialist Litigation Capital Management has entered an agreement to provide a finance facility to Geoffrey Carton-Kelly, a partner of FRP Advisory, as additional liquidator of CGL Realisations, which until 21 October 2019 was known as Comet Group.
Location data management technology company 1Spatial said on Wednesday that it was still making “good progress” against its growth strategy, winning new customers amid an “expanding opportunity”.
Minds and Machines revealed on Wednesday that Lombard Odier Asset Management, of which non-executive director Henry Turcan is an interested party, had acquired 1. 0m new ordinary shares in the AIM-listed domain registrar.
London’s FTSE 250 was 0. 1% firmer at 22,705. 67 in afternoon trade on Wednesday.
Since El Salvador took the first step towards what in the crypto community is called 'bitcoinization' of the economy, thousands of experts and institutions have raised their eyebrows regarding the suitability of the creation of Satoshi Nakamoto to be used for such simple gestures as buying a loaf of bread or paying for breakfast. Many are the doubts that arise about the usefulness of bitcoin in shops of all kinds, from the supermarket to the hairdresser, despite the fact that since the decision of the Salvadoran Parliament of June 9 they are obliged to accept the cryptocurrency in any type of exchange of goods and services.
London’s FTSE 100 was up 0. 2% at 7,105. 45 in afternoon trade on Wednesday.
Despite the fact that the decision on whether the eurozone will develop and launch a digital euro is still on a very distant horizon - three or four years ahead, according to the president of the European Central Bank (ECB), Christine Lagarde -, the supervisor European monetary policy is developing a theoretical and technological model on which the future currency could be based. And it must be "a complement and not a substitute" for the euro as we know it, said Mayte Arráez, deputy of the market infrastructure support division of the European Central Bank (ECB).
Wall Street stocks traded slightly higher early on Wednesday after the Nasdaq Composite saw out the previous session at yet another fresh record high.
America's economy continued to expand at a very brisk pace in June, although inflation continued to be a potential risk, the results of two surveys revealed.
India's Health Ministry has upgraded a new variant of Covid-19 dubbed Delta plus to a "variant of concern".
The cryptocurrency market is stuck in a conflict between the seller panic caused by the latest news from China, where the country's government tightens restrictions on cryptocurrency businesses, from mining to buying and selling, and greater support of Wall Street investors. Digital currencies have suffered a new blow in the heat of the steps taken by the People's Bank of China to continue encouraging the exile of companies related to the crypto sector, but prominent members of the market remain upbeat and assure that it will be positive in the future.
Thor Mining updated the market on exploration at its wholly-owned Ragged Range Project in Western Australia’s Eastern Pilbara on Wednesday, including the first soil results from two reconnaissance soil surveys at the Sterling prospect.
Bitcoin rebounds with joy this Wednesday, after on Tuesday, June 22, the creation of Satoshi Nakamoto experienced strong downward pressure that led the cryptocurrency to pierce the level of $30,000, for many considered a market floor. With the comeback, the popular crypto is up almost 6% and on its way to $ 35,000, far from the six-month low of $28,900 hit yesterday. However, volatility does not disappear in the crypto asset and experts warn that "the downward trends are still in control.
Numis has upped its earnings forecasts for Moonpig, arguing that the online card retailer is well-placed to benefit from a shift in shopping habits.
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