IBM weighs heavily on the Dow

Revenues fall short of Wall Street expectations

Loans to buy US shares at record levels

Previous peaks have come ahead of stock market downturns

Honeywell rewarded after strong earnings

US stocks rally after sharp midweek volatility

Markets: Into uncharted waters

After the volatility, investors face the hard reality that stocks and bonds still look expensive

The sound and fury in global markets

The turmoil is a reminder of the importance of fighting deflation

US equity bulls need good earnings story

It just got much harder to make the case for rising stock prices

Market turmoil fuels doubts over Europe

Greek borrowing costs surge fuels concerns over structural issues

Baker Hughes sinks on geopolitical turmoil

Decline in drilling in Gulf of Mexico also weighs on margins

Fear returns with yield plunge

Market move is enough to spook anyone investing in equities

Warning light flashes on stock correction

Notion that the famous Cape ratio can show when stocks are expensive still holds

AbbVie drops £32bn bombshell on Shire

Panic set in as logic of takeover faced Treasury’s tax inversions crackdown

Intel slips despite record revenues

Chipmaker downgraded to ‘underweight’ on PC industry pressures

Valuing Japanese shares – part one

It does not appear reasonable for depreciation to be higher in Japan than it is in the US

J&J slips despite upbeat forecasts

Sales of Hepatitis-C drug helps drive Johnson & Johnson sales

US bull market takes a breather

Concern over whether shares have lost their upward momentum

CSX jumps on talk of approach

Canadian Pacific Railway said to have approached US rail operator

Buybacks: Money well spent?

Critics say corporate cash is being diverted from job-creation and investment

Commodities tell truth to equities investors

Low rates and lower raw materials prices are good for profits

Tesla retreats as Model D underwhelms

Dollar strength starts to cause headaches

Slide in stocks echoes Fed concern about dollar impact on exports

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