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Twitter shares surged April 26 after its quarterly update showed improving growth in user numbers, offsetting concerns over a decline in revenue and another net loss for the social network.
Microsoft Corp said this week it had wrongly reported that a sharp increase in US government surveillance requests took place during the first half of 2016, revising its official numbers to show the amount remained flat over previous intervals.
BENGALURU: Most emerging Asian currencies weakened on Thursday as risk sentiment remained fragile after much-awaited tax reform plans from US President Donald Trump did not boost investor confidence as expected.
MANILA (Reuters) - China's support for finalising a code of conduct in the hotly contested South China Sea is generating some hope in Southeast Asia of settling disputes, but those working out the terms remain unconvinced of Beijing's sincerity.
NEW YORK: The Nasdaq hit a record intraday high on Thursday, powered by a string of strong earnings from technology companies, while the S&P 500 and the Dow were little changed.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain would find it difficult to refuse a request for military assistance in Syria from the United States if President Donald Trump decided to take action against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad over chemical weapons use, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said.
WASHINGTON: President Donald Trump expressed optimism on Thursday the United States, Canada and Mexico can successfully renegotiate a trade accord he deems unfair to American interests but vowed to scrap the 23-year-old pact if a “fair deal for all” cannot be reached.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said a "major, major conflict" with North Korea was possible over its nuclear and ballistic missile programmes, while China said the situation on the Korean peninsula could escalate or slip out of control.
LONDON: If anyone doubted how closely traders need to watch US President Donald Trump’s public words or actions, data on Thursday showed trading volumes on the world’s biggest financial market have routinely jumped on-year after some of his most high-profile comments.