European bourses closed higher during Tuesday as investors monitored earnings and awaited the start of a two-day policy meeting of the Fed.
Bourses in Europe closed lower on Tuesday with global sentiment dampened by a gridlock in U.S. politics over health-care reform.
Rio Tinto cuts its full-year iron ore export guidance to 330 million tons from 330 million to 340 million tons. Paul Bartholomew of S&P Global Platts weighs in.
Jim Cramer argues that stocks of companies with overseas business could be the market's next growth drivers.
European stock markets closed mixed on Friday as investors digested earnings reports from Wall Street banks and monitored developments from a meeting between the French and U.S. presidents.
European bourses provisionally closed lower Thursday on expectations of tighter monetary policy across the globe, while investors digested major share buyback plans from some of the U.S.' biggest banks.
Alex Leyland at Leyland Private AM said Glencore, which made a fresh counter bid for Rio Tinto's Australian coal assets, would gain greater synergies.
Dow futures tumbled and equities in Asia opened lower as the yen climbed and the euro spiked amid political and legal turmoil surrounding U.S. President Donald Trump.
European stocks closed lower Monday as investors reacted to Emmanuel Macron French election victory.
European markets edged higher on Thursday as investors continued to digest political uncertainties and reacted to corporate earnings.
Jonathan Barratt, Ayers Alliance Securities, weighs in on Rio Tinto guidance and says iron ore prices will find a base.
Despite Chinese property curbs, mainland construction will likely support iron ore pries going forward, says Paul Bartholomew of S&P Global Platts.
Rob Brierley of Patersons Securities explains why he thinks iron ore prices will stabilize this quarter.
European stocks closed higher on Wednesday as banking stocks snapped a six-day losing streak.
European markets were under pressure on Monday amid increased geopolitical risks as investors continued to digest the U.S. missile attack in Syria.
Asian equities finished mixed in Monday trade on the back of heightened geopolitical tensions in the Korean Peninsula.
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Asian markets closed mixed on Friday, as key health care vote in the U.S. was delayed.
Jean-Sebastien Jacques, CEO of Rio Tinto, says he isn't worried about the Chinese economy in 2017 even amidst ongoing restructuring.
Jean-Sébastien Jacques, chief executive for Rio Tinto, spoke with CNBC on Saturday morning at the China Development Forum in Beijing.