Apple announced it was issuing bonds estimated in value at $12bn on Tuesday, despite a current cash reserve of $215bn.
New York Fed president William Dudley has dismissed speculation that the US Federal Reserve could adopt negative interest rates as “extraordinarily premature”.
Twitter lost users in the last three months, the company said on Wednesday, and the news sent share prices into a nosedive.
Another week, another Twitter acquisition rumor – and another spike in the company’s stock.
US stock markets suffered further heavy losses on Friday with the Standard & Poor’s 500, the index of America’s biggest companies, falling 2.2% to 1,880 points – the lowest since August 2014.
Happy new year, investors. US stocks have suffered their worst first week of the year since records began.
US stock markets closed down almost 2% on Friday following sharp falls across the world due to investors’ renewed concern about the health of the global economy after the US Federal Reserve decided to leave interest rates on hold.
World stock markets got off to a rocky start in September closing sharply down on fears that China’s slowing economy will hurt economies across the globe.