U.S. stocks traded higher Monday as companies posted better-than-expected earnings and Japan's Softbank announced a deal to buy a U.K. semiconductor.
So just what will SoftBank do with ARM? It's likely to be business as usual, for now. Recode reports.
BlackRock's Richard Turnill sees three emerging-market headwinds transforming into tailwinds.
The "FMHR" traders take their positions on four stocks making news today, including Japan's Softbank, Bank of America and more.
Apple shares rose more than 1 percent, surpassing the $100 level for the first time since June.
Europe finished mixed on Monday, as investors cheered on the rally in ARM shares, but remained concerned over global geopolitical events.
Brexit and the devaluation of the pound did not influence the timing of Softbank's $32 billion bid for U.K. semiconductor giant ARM Holdings.
Japan's Softbank has agreed to acquire U.K. semiconductor firm ARM Holdings in a deal worth over $32 billion, the companies announced on Monday.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he is keeping an eye on shares of ARM Holdings after Softbanks' $32 billion bid, and Bank of America's quarterly beat.
U.S. stock-index futures rose slightly on Monday, following Asian and European stocks higher after an $32 billion Japan-U.K. semiconductor deal boosted markets.
Markets in Asia traded mostly up on Monday, ahead of a relatively data-light week in the region, shrugging off the failed military coup in Turkey.
Softbank has agreed to buy semiductor firm, ARM Holdings for over $32 billion. Neil Shah, research director of devices & ecosystems at Counterpoint Research, says the deal is a great strategic fit for Softbank.
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SoftBank founder Masayoshi Son's surprise plan to remain left investors unfazed by the loss of his high-profile heir apparent.
Japanese shares fell on Wednesday, as Asia closed mixed ahead of the upcoming British vote to decide whether to remain in the EU.
SoftBank Group's investment spree could come to an end after its president announced his resignation on Tuesday, according to a fund manager.
Softbank will likely be more concentrated with its internet investments after Nikesh Arora's abrupt departure, says T. Rowe Price's Joshua Spencer.
SoftBank said President Nikesh Arora would resign as of Wednesday's shareholders meeting, less than two years since he joined.