Tesla shares rose in US premarket trading on Thursday, even after overnight filings showed chief executive and top holder Elon Musk had sold about $5 billion of the stock over recent days.
World stocks stayed close to record highs on Monday as investors weighed surging European business activity and a welcome US jobs report against worries about the highly transmissible Delta variant of COVID-19.
A gauge of global stocks hit an intraday record on Monday and US Treasuries yields held above five-month lows reached last week as investors looked for signs on whether the Delta variant of the coronavirus could dent global growth.
World stock markets perked up on Friday after a volatile week in which sentiment over the global economic outlook waxed and waned with each new headline on the Delta variant of the coronavirus.
Some 130 countries have backed a global minimum tax as part of a worldwide effort to keep multinational firms from dodging taxes by shifting their profits to countries with low rates.
Borrowings by US companies for capital investments rose about 17 per cent in June from a year earlier, the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association (ELFA) said.
US household wealth fell by a record $6.1 trillion in the second quarter to its lowest in a year as a bear market in stocks far outweighed further gains in real estate values,
Stock markets tumbled, the pound crashed against the dollar and oil prices slumped on Friday on growing recession fears after central banks this week ramped up interest rates to fight decades-high inflation.
To support healthcare organisations on their digital journey and accelerate the UAE’s digital transformation drive, a US-based company WebOps Global,