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US stocks closed lower on Tuesday, as traders took their cues Asian and European markets and weak earnings, worries about US-Saudi relations and Italy's finances weighed on sentiment.
Xerox beat Wall Street estimates for profits on Tuesday as cost-cutting exercises implemented by activist investors Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason in their first quarter in control of the photocopier were successful.
Heavy machinery manufacturer Caterpillar reiterated its disappointing guidance for the full year on Tuesday, blaming its woes on rising costs coming as a result of the US and China's tit-for-tat trade war.
Fast food giant McDonald's turned in its third-quarter results on Tuesday, topping analysts' estimates on both the top and bottom line.
Essentra non-executive director Ralf Wunderlich purchased 10,000 ordinary shares in the FTSE-250 listed supplier of plastic and fibre products.
Wall Street trading began with heavy losses on Tuesday, with traders taking their cues from big declines seen across Asia and Europe, as worries about US-Saudi relations and Italy's finances weighed on sentiment.
Analysts at Credit Suisse lowered their target price on British advertising firm WPP on Tuesday as a result of lower than expected organic growth due to a recent speight of major account losses.
HSBC's pivotal Hong Kong arm faces losing corporate and retail banking market share to 'virtual banks', Citigroup warned on Tuesday, with loan growth potentially falling off a cliff in the third quarter.
US biotech Biogen saw third-quarter profits come in ahead of analysts' estimates as a result of double-digit sales growth of its muscular atrophy treatment Spinraza.
Republican lawmakers seem to be somewhat confused after Donald Trump told supporters over the weekend that Congress would be voting on a new tax cut for middle-class Americans following the midterm elections, despite those same lawmakers having never heard of any such legislative proposals.
United Technologies upped its full-year earnings guidance for the third time in a year on Tuesday on the back of a stronger than expected set of quarterly earnings.
1Spatial turned in a strong set of first-half results on Tuesday as the data management outfit expressed confidence regarding the remainder of its trading year following a significant narrowing in losses.
Video games developer Team17 revealed that long-time chief financial officer Paul Bray had decided to step down and retire in order to spend more time with his family.
Nexus Infrastructure expects the full-year profits to be in line with expectations after seeing significant improvements to its order book throughout the period.
Camellia expects volumes of all its core crops – Macadamia nuts, has avocados and tea leaves – to be at or near record highs following past investment and a year of favourable weather conditions.
Financial adviser Lighthouse Group will offer British Airways current and former staff financial advice on retirement planning, mortgages and investments until July 2021 after the pair renewed their contract.
Online property portal OnTheMarket revealed on Tuesday that it had reached an agreement with Belvoir Lettings to advertise the latter's UK residential sales and lettings properties at OnTheMarket. com.
Rightmove got a boost on Monday as UBS upped the stock to 'buy' from 'sell' following the recent selloff.
Crest Nicholson executive chairman Stephen Stone purchased 150,000 ordinary shares in the FTSE 250 housebuilder on Monday.
Wall Street trading got off to a mixed start on Monday with US-China trade developments back in the stoplight.