US stocks continued their strong start to the month, setting yet another record close after comments from a Fed governor and a boost for auto manufacturers from strong sales data.
Stocks on the Continent ended on a mixed note, even as Wall Street continued to push higher, amid renewed weakness in the periphery.
The EU is gearing up to hit ecommerce giant Amazon with a multi-million euro bill for unpaid taxes related to its operations in Luxembourg, The Financial Times reported on Tuesday.
The autonomous Kurdistan enclave in Northern Iraq plans to hold presidential and parliamentary elections on 1 November after Kurds vote for independence in last month's referendum.
The chief executive of controversial ride-hailing app Uber has arrived in London for crunch talks with Transport for London, which refused to renew the company’s licence to operate in the capital.
Markets in Asia were mixed on on Tuesday, amid more quiet trading as a number of exchanges remained closed for holidays.
US futures pointed to a marginally higher open on Wall Street on Tuesday following record high closes in the previous session, with little on tap other than a speech by Jerome Powell.
A general strike will take place across Catalonia on Tuesday as citizens of the region respond to violent outbursts by security forces during Sunday’s independence referendum.