U.S. stock futures were higher this morning, after Friday's biggest intraday reversal on Wall Street in four years. Stocks in Europe and Japan were sharply higher in Monday trading.
Glencore shares skyrocketed as much as 72% on Monday in Hong Kong on hopes it would be able to cut debt with a sale of a stake in its agricultural assets.
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European equities pared losses to trade higher on Friday, after official jobs numbers from the U.S. came in way below expectations.
CNBC's Kate Kelly details Glencore's attempt to stop the bleeding and potentially cut its debt by $10 billion.
Glencore is scrambling to sell its metal-byproducts business and agricultural business as it deals with high debt.
CNBC's Kate Kelly reports on commodity giant Glencore's efforts to reduce its debt, after the stock hit an all-time low on Monday.
Asian stocks were mixed on a subdued Friday, as investors awaited the crucial U.S. nonfarm payrolls report for September.
Glencore has fought this week to reassure investors, employees and counterparties on its financing, with mixed results.
Glencore is moving ahead with a $10 billion debt reduction plan. CNBC’s Kate Kelly discusses the company’s future plans.
Steve Jacobs, fund manager at BTG Pactual, explains why Glencore has “more tools in its armory” than they’re credited for by the market.
The firm that triggered a massive share price crash for Glencore this week believes it's too early to relax over the commodity giant's financing.
Jeremy Wrathall, head global natural resources at Investec, says Glencore may have to undertake further restructuring.
European stocks closed mixed to lower on Thursday, as start-of-quarter enthusiasm petered out among investors and telecom stocks weighed on investor sentiment.
Traders have started to quote prices for Glencore debt in a manner normally associated with lower-quality paper, the FT reports.
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Officials at Glencore sought to reassure credit investors after a market rout earlier this week.
U.S. stocks closed higher, following a rally in global markets, but the major averages still posted the worst quarter in four years.
The euro lost ground on Wednesday on data showing euro zone inflation dipped back into negative territory in September.