your market intelligence analyst
Search Results
Edit Save
1,120 results
Daily Telegraph (Australia) 08/04/2020 20:00
Investors closely monitored efforts in Washington to negotiate a new virus relief package. Brent crude oil prices rose to the highest level since March 6, supporting shares of Exxon Mobil (+2.9%) and Chevron (+2%). American International Group shares tumbled 7.5% after posting a US$7.9 billion loss. Ralph Lauren shares dropped 4.4% after quarterly revenue plunged due to a slowdown in global demand for luxury goods. Shares of Microsoft -which is looking to buy short-video app TikTok's US operations -fell 1.5%. Netflix shares gained 2.2%. The Dow Jones index rose by 164 points or 0.6%. The S&P500 index lifted 0.4% and the Nasdaq index lifted 38 points or 0.4% to a record close.
Daily Telegraph (Australia) 08/03/2020 05:28
The Aussie market stabilised from early declines with the ASX 200 closing mostly flat for the day. Investors sold off banking, retailing & travel stocks as Victoria introduced stricter Covid-19 measures to battle the spread of the virus. Impressive gains for mining, healthcare and energy stocks helped balance out most of the declines.

Financial Services

Business Issues

Companies - Public

Companies - Venture Funded

Financial Results

Global Markets

Global Risk Factors

Government Agencies

Information Technologies

Job Titles

Legal and Regulatory

Political Entities


Strategic Scenarios



  • Actions
    • Bookmark and Share: Allows you to Bookmark the page for easy future retrieval and sharing with colleagues
    • Email: Opens a pop-up window where you can write a message to the recipient of the email
    • Copy URL: Copies the URL of the requested document for pasting in an email or other document
    • Previous Versions: Only shown if essentially the same document has been republished
  • Saved Searches and Alerts
    • Save your search for later viewing & updates by clicking the blue "Save" button to the right of the search box. 

Click here for more info on Search Results.