Barclays Books GBP1.4 Billion PPI Charge
Barclays reported a 4.5% rise in pretax for the first nine months of the year, despite booking extra PPI costs following a late surge in claims ahead of the August deadline.
AB InBev Cuts Guidance Citing Headwinds
Anheuser-Busch InBev lowered its full-year Ebitda guidance, citing a number of headwinds which it expects to continue into the fourth quarter, but still reported a near three-fold rise in net profit.
Renault Cuts Outlook for Global Auto Markets
Renault cut its 2019 outlook for global automotive markets after having lowered its expectations for profitability and revenue earlier in October.
Citigroup Puts Jane Fraser in Line to Succeed Corbat as CEO
Citigroup tapped its Latin America chief, Jane Fraser, to serve as the bank's No. 2 executive, putting her atop the list to succeed Chief Executive Michael Corbat.
Amazon's Third-Quarter Profit Slides 26%
Amazon's profit machine sputtered again after more than two years of surging growth, weighed down by the tech giant's heavy investment into reducing shipping times for retail customers.
Twitter Shares Fall as Ad-Business Woes Weigh on Growth
Twitter shares dropped as software problems led some advertisers to pull back spending and weaker-than-expected summer ad buying weighed on revenue growth in the latest quarter.
U.S. Gives Venezuela's Citgo Temporary Shield From Creditors
The Trump administration extended a temporary shield over Venezuela's Citgo Petroleum Corp. ahead of a looming debt payment, protecting the Houston-based crude refiner from potential seizure by creditors for three months.
Visa Reports Better-Than-Expected Revenue
Higher spending on Visa's credit and debit cards drove profit and revenue higher in the latest quarter.
Intel Raises Outlook, Sending Shares Higher
Intel's third-quarter earnings rose and the chip maker again raised its full-year outlook, helping ease investor concerns over softening demand.
Vale's Third-Quarter Net Income Rises on Higher Production
Vale's profit jumped in the third quarter as production increased, prices rose and the financial impact of the deadly dam collapse at Brumadinho waned.