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Wall Street to rise at open after biggest drop in months

A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange February 3, 2014. REUTERS/Brendan McDermidWall Street kicked off a global equities selloff Monday, with the S&P 500 suffering its worst drop since June, after weaker-than-expected U.S. data added to concerns over growth in China and the outlook for some emerging economies. Bank shares could get a bump as U.S-traded shares of UBS and Ita Unibanco rallied in premarket trading.


US STOCKS-Wall Street to rise at open after biggest drop in months

* Michael Kors (Frankfurt: MKO.F - news) shares soar after results * International Paper profit nearly doubles NEW YORK (Frankfurt: HX6.F - news) , Feb 4 (Reuters) - U.S. stocks were poised to rise at the open on Tuesday, underpinned by a slew of sturdy corporate results, as the market regained its footing following its largest selloff in months a day earlier.

Fitch: EMEA Corporates' Sector Earnings Expectations

Fitch Ratings expects EMEA corporates' FY13 financial results to have generally underperformed company guidance and prior year results, driven by challenging market conditions in early 2013, delayed benefits of the fragile developed market recovery and sector-specific factors. We, however, expect some benefits from the developed market recovery to take hold in 2014, translating into improved profitability and cash generation over the next 12 to 18 months. Fitch expects that 2013 outturns for many oil and gas companies to have been weaker than those in 2012. Both BG Energy Holdings Ltd (BG) and Royal Dutch Shell (Xetra: R6C1.DE - news) (Shell (LSE: RDSB.L - news) ) have issued profit warnings - BG announced impairments to assets in the US and Egypt and revised down guidance for production in 2014-15;

Stock Market News for February 04, 2014

Weaker-than-expected domestic manufacturing data hammered benchmarks yesterday and the markets witnessed their worst selloff in many months

World shares slump as U.S. slowdown joins emerging-market woes

Traders are pictured at their desks in front of the DAX board at the Frankfurt stock exchangeBy Marc Jones LONDON (Reuters) - World shares slumped to near a four-month low on Tuesday as signs of a slowdown in the U.S. economy aggravated the anxiety caused by a sell-off in emerging markets. A report showing U.S. factory activity was weaker than expected had caused both the dollar and global equities to fall on Monday. Futures prices pointed to a 0.3 percent rebound for Wall Street later, but a mid-morning attempt at a stabilisation failed in Europe. And Europe looked almost rosy compared with Asia.


Shift in business focus boosts Panasonic earnings

A man walks in front of a Panasonic showroom in Tokyo Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2014. Panasonic Corp. says profit rose 20 percent in the October-December quarter as growth in businesses such as smart home systems offset its long struggling TV and appliance divisions. The Japanese manufacturing giant reported net income of 73.7 billion yen ($728 million), up from 61.3 billion yen a year earlier. (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi)OSAKA, Japan (AP) ? Profit rose 20 percent at Panasonic Corp. in the October-December quarter as growth in businesses such as smart home systems offset its long struggling TV and appliance divisions.


Shares slump as U.S. slowdown joins emerging-market woes

A man looks at at an electronic stock quotation board outside a brokerage in TokyoBy Marc Jones LONDON (Reuters) - World shares slumped to near a four-month low on Tuesday as signs of a slowdown in the U.S. economy aggravated the anxiety caused by a sell-off in emerging markets. A report showing U.S. factory activity was weaker than expected had caused both the dollar and global equities to fall on Monday. Futures prices pointed to a 0.3 percent rebound for Wall Street later, but a mid-morning attempt at a stabilization failed in Europe. The benchmark FTSEurofirst index fell 0.4 percent and headed for a third day of declines.


European shares fall again as earnings disappoint

European shares followed Asian and U.S. markets lower on Tuesday on concerns about the global economic outlook and on disappointing earnings reports from the likes of oil major BP and chip designer ARM. "After the falls at the open, that's possibly the low for at least a short while, with some better construction data helping (shares higher)," Simon Clark, trader at ETX Capital, said.
 

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