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  • *Royal Caribbean, Expedia rise after results. July 31- Wall Street was set to open little changed on Friday following a spate of uninspiring corporate results including that of Exxon Mobil, and a drop in prices of crude oil and major industrial metals. Exxon Mobil and Chevron shares fell about 2 percent after quarterly profits fell sharply on falling oil prices.

  • July 31- Imperial Oil Ltd, Canada's No.2 integrated oil producer and refiner, reported a lower-than-expected quarterly profit, hurt by the slump in crude prices. Imperial, majority owned by Exxon Mobil Corp, said on Friday that its capital expenditure fell about 41 percent to C $819 million in the second quarter. Excluding a C $320 million charge related to an...

  • *Oil prices fell after OPEC indicated there would be no output cuts despite a huge global oversupply, while copper was lower on lingering worries about demand in top consumer China. *Exxon Mobil, Royal Caribbean and Chevron are scheduled to report before the opening bell. *Data expected on Friday includes the University of Michigan's final July reading on the...

  • LONDON, July 31- A surge of takeover activity involving healthcare, financial and retail companies lifted the value of deals in July over $430 billion, making it the seventh-busiest mergers and acquisition month on record, Thomson Reuters data showed. JPMorgan- in second place- advised on 30 deals with a value of $116.1 billion, and third-ranked Morgan Stanley...

  • Honda reported the first-quarter results under international accounting standards for the first time. Like other Japanese automakers, Honda has benefited from the cheaper yen, which boosts the value of repatriated earnings. Honda is still soaking up hefty quality-related costs as it continues to recall cars equipped with air bag parts made by top supplier...

  • TOKYO, July 31- Honda Motor Co said on Friday its quarterly net profit grew 20 percent, beating estimates as strong sales in North America, its biggest market, and a weak yen helped it absorb the impact of higher quality-related costs. Honda reported the first-quarter results under international accounting standards for the first time. Honda left its financial...

  • *Facebook, Whole Foods fall after results. *Expedia, Amgen jump in extended trade. Procter& Gamble, Facebook and Whole Foods Market all fell after quarterly reports that left investors wanting more.

  • *Facebook, Whole Foods fall after results. *Expedia and LinkedIn jump in extended trade. Procter& Gamble, Facebook and Whole Foods Market all fell after quarterly reports that left investors wanting more.

  • *Facebook, Whole Foods fall after results. Procter& Gamble, Facebook and Whole Foods Market all fell after quarterly reports that left investors wanting more. "We've been stuck in a 3- percent band since almost the beginning of the year," said Warren West, principal at Greentree Brokerage Services in Philadelphia.

  • *Skechers, Mondelez jump after profits beat expectations. Procter& Gamble fell 3.7 percent after the company reported its sixth straight quarter of lower sales while Facebook shares fell 2.6 percent after the social media company's profit decreased. Mondelez International rose 4.9 percent to $45.22 after reporting results that beat expectations.

  • UPDATE 1-Facebook shares dip as results fail to impress Thursday, 30 Jul 2015 | 1:04 PM ET

    July 30- Facebook Inc's shares fell as much as 5 percent on Thursday, after the company's weak advertising sales growth outlook dampened investor expectations boosted by Google Inc's strong report earlier this month. "The number one reason is that... some investors looking at these results are deciding to take their profits," FBN Securities analyst Shebly...

  • US STOCKS-Wall St lower amid weak earnings and GDP data Thursday, 30 Jul 2015 | 11:16 AM ET

    *Skechers, Mondelez jump after profits beat expectations. July 30- U.S. stocks fell in late morning trading on Thursday as earnings from Facebook and Procter& Gamble disappointed investors and data showed that the economy expanded at a slower-than-expected pace in the second quarter. Procter& Gamble's 3.7 percent fall dragged down the Dow, after the company...

  • *British arm becomes main profit engine, Spain lags. The stronger growth points to progress in Chairwoman Ana Botin's plan to improve profits by expanding lending rather than through acquisitions, as the bank tries to ride an economic recovery in Europe. In Britain-- now the group's biggest profit engine ahead of Brazil-- lending rose nearly 3 percent from the end...

  • July 30- U.S. stocks were set to open lower on Thursday after data showed that the U.S. economy grew at a slower-than-expected pace in the second quarter even as the Federal Reserve left doors open for a possible rate hike in September. Gross domestic product expanded at a 2.3 percent annual rate, the Commerce Department said, but economists had expected a 2.6...

  • LONDON, July 30- Gold mining companies are turning increasingly to derivatives to lock in future revenues, as an industry still smarting from losing out on a 12- year bull run gets creative over protecting its income during the metal's current downturn. Data released this month from Societe Generale and GFMS analysts at Thomson Reuters showed options...

  • July 30- U.S. stock index futures were little changed on Thursday ahead of second-quarter gross domestic product numbers that will give clues regarding the health of the economy even as the Fed left the door open for a possible interest rate hike in September. The S&P 500 has bounced about 2 percent higher in the past two days following a near-3 percent drop over...

  • LONDON, July 30- AstraZeneca revenue fell by a smaller-than-expected 7 percent in the second quarter, as income from spinning off assets offset generic competition to older medicines and a strong dollar. Chief Executive Pascal Soriot, who fended off a $118 billion takeover attempt by Pfizer last year, is banking on a promising pipeline of new drugs-...

  • *Panasonic tanks after missing expectations. TOKYO, July 30- Japan's Nikkei share average rose briskly on Thursday morning to break a four-day losing streak after the U.S. "The Fed's outcome was ideal for the stock market," said Hiroichi Nishi, general manager at SMBC Nikko Securities, adding that market also takes comfort from Chinese shares which he said were...

  • Facebook and Whole Foods fall after the bell following reports. *General Dynamics' report sparks rally in aerospace stocks. July 29- U.S. stocks finished stronger on Wednesday after the U.S.

  • *Corporate earnings lift U.S., European stocks. NEW YORK, July 29- Global equity markets rose on Wednesday, lifted by strong U.S. and European corporate earnings and a Federal Reserve statement that said the U.S. economy continues to strengthen, adding to expectations that an interest rate hike is getting closer. "The Fed is taking baby steps towards a rate hike," said...