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Uber Technologies Inc. posted another big loss with little sign of recovery in its core ride-hailing business as the coronavirus pandemic drags on. Gross bookings for Uber's rides plunged 75% year-over-year in the three months ended June 30, the San Francisco-based company said Thursday. With...
07.08.2020
US stocks extended gains as investors saw progress on negotiations for the US’ next fiscal stimulus package as White House made some concessions to end the deadlock, although Democrats ask for more. A deal is not reached yet, but Hous...
06.08.2020
BMW AG said it swung to a loss in the second quarter during the coronavirus pandemic, and it confirmed its guidance for the year. The German luxury car maker posted a quarterly net loss of 230 million euros ($271.5 million) compared with a profit of EUR1.45 billion the same period a year earlier...
06.08.2020
Bayer Tuesday said it swung to a net loss of EUR9.55 billion ($11.23 billion) in the second quarter on provisions for its multibillion-dollar settlement with plaintiffs alleging the company's Roundup herbicides cause cancer, as the German firm slightly lowered its outlook due to the coronavirus...
05.08.2020
 
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