Asia shares absorb Nvidia blow, sterling licks its wounds

Asian share markets turned mixed on Friday as hopes for a thaw in the Sino-U.S. trade standoff were tempered by disappointing results from U.S. chipmaker Nvidia Corp which slugged the tech sector.

China’s U-turn on market curbs brings back the speculators

Speculators are staging a forceful comeback in China’s stock market, bidding up shares in loss-making companies as regulators ease rules around trading, fundraising and backdoor listings to prop up struggling bourses.

Oil prices stable on expected OPEC cuts, but surging U.S. supply drags

Oil prices were stable on Friday, supported by expected supply cuts from OPEC but held back by record U.S. production.

Canadian securities watchdog asks Bombardier to halt exec share sales plan

The Canadian province of Quebec’s securities watchdog said on Thursday it asked Bombardier Inc to halt stock trades under a plan set up to facilitate share sales by certain senior executives at the company.

World stocks rebound, Brexit blow-up levels sterling

A gauge of global stocks climbed on Thursday after five sessions of declines as Wall Street surged on trade optimism, while sterling tumbled as political developments in Britain rippled through markets.

Troubled Greek jeweler Folli Follie seeks bankruptcy protection

Troubled Greek jewelry maker Folli Follie has asked for protection from creditors in order to finalize a restructuring plan, it said in a statement on Thursday.

Amazon to get billions in breaks for HQ2 development Inc said on Tuesday it had split its $5 billion second headquarters into two projects that would be located in the Long Island City neighborhood of New York City’s Queens borough and a Northern Virginia suburb of Washington, DC.

Tesla to deliver new Model 3 orders by year end

Tesla Inc Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk said on Thursday that Model 3s ordered in the United States by the end of this month will be delivered by Dec. 31, as the electric carmaker tries to take advantage of tax breaks.