Nokia will be in focus after the Finnish telecom company reported disappointing third-quarter results.
The US Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation holds a hearing with CEOs of Facebook, Alphabet, and Twitter on the Communications Decency Act.
In arguably one of the biggest merger deals in 2020, AMD bought its rival chipmaker Xilinx in an all-stock deal with a total value of $35 billion.
Oil prices suffer from 2 major concerns: the coronavirus and Zeta, believed to turn into a hurricane and disrupt oil production in the Gulf of Mexico.
Renault reported an 8.2% decline in revenue in the third quarter of 2020, but it wasn't that bad as sales of Zoe, its popular electric car model jumped.
The company is planning to reach a record of delivering half a million vehicles in 2020, which is maybe a far-fetched target in the middle of a pandemic.
In comparison, the markets favor Democratic presidents rather than Republican ones.
Even during such gloomy and uncertain times for the world economy, some companies managed to stay in the green. We focus on some of them here.
Chinese data showed that the country’s GDP is below expectations. The second-largest economy in the world had a GDP of 4.9% lower than the expected 5.2%.