European shares traded sharply higher as buying was fueled by earnings and reports that the ECB would provide extra liquidity in the near future.» Read More
Stock markets across the globe followed Wall Street's lead on Friday with investors fleeing to so-called "safe havens" and dumping riskier assets.
“Silicon Allee” may not have the same ring as Silicon Valley, but California’s success has spawned would-be “Silicons” across Europe.
A global stock sell-off, led by the technology sector, weighed on major European bourses on Monday, which all closed lower.
Technology stocks led a global downturn on Monday, after a selloff in U.S. stocks on Friday hit market confidence.
European equities closed mixed on Tuesday, having wobbled in-and-out of positive territory on a day of disappointing earnings.
U.K.-based chip designer ARM Holdings reported a large drop in fourth-quarter profits.
Analysts say that a combination of slow movement and a culture of arrogance may cause Intel to lose out on the wearables revolution.
European equities closed higher for a fourth consecutive session on Monday, as upbeat U.S. sentiment data buoyed investors' spirits.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to further Wall Street gains on Monday, following last week's strong third-quarter growth number.
Apple shares received a bounce Monday But analysts have told CNBC that any upside for the U.S. technology giant could be limited.
Companies are making headlines after the bell Thursday:
Some of Friday's midday movers:
Jose Martins Soares, a chief strategist in emerging markets at Espirito Santo Investment Bank, says the "millennials" are a huge investment opportunity.
European shares closed higher following the latest U.S. jobs report.
The proposed merger between Applied Materials and rival chipmaker Tokyo Electron will not be allowed by U.S. regulators, CNBC's Jim Cramer said.
European shares closed higher on Wednesday.
European shares closed narrowly higher on Wednesday, having paused after rallying on Tuesday.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
When asked whether ARM Holdings would like to become part of, say, Apple, Simon Segars said the chipmaker can provide the best returns executing on its base business.
U.K.-based chip designer ARM holdings reported better than expected earnings on Wednesday, but the company's new CEO Simon warned about the rising cost of production.