Wall Street finished in the green on Wednesday, as investors mulled over the latest developments in Sino-US trade relations and digested the latest Federal Reserve minutes.
London stocks finished with solid gains and near their session highs on Wednesday despite the powerful drag from Sainsbury's after the competition watchdog cast doubt over its merger with Asda, with investors waiting on the release of the Federal Reserve meeting minutes after the close and possible developments from Theresa May's latest talks in Brussels.
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Low & Bonar chairman Daniel Dayan purchased 364,560 ordinary shares in the London-listed building materials outfit on Wednesday.
Little movement is expected from London stocks on Tuesday morning ahead of jobs data, the reopening of Wall Street after the long weekend and after results from HSBC disappointed.
By Brendan Pierson NEW YORK, July 23 (Reuters) – The operator of a shuttered bitcoin-denominated exchange pleaded guilty on Monday to federal charges that he defrauded investors and lied to U.S.