National carmaker expected to be back in the black for the financial year of 2019.
Second-quarter revenue declines by 4.6%, hit by slowdowns for lending, trading and fees, while profit missed analyst estimates.
Ferrari’s profit and shipments slowed from more buoyant demand at the start of the year.
It attributes the decline to a 14% drop in operating revenue.
A Manchester City sponsoring deal has resulted in Puma's strong sales and profits in its second quarter.
McDonald's chief executive Steve Easterbrook has emphasized improvements to core menu items, as well as investments in smartphone apps and food delivery as elements to boosting sales.
As part of the planned cost reduction measures, Nissan is considering production cuts in markets including Southeast Asia and Latin America.
Total loans at the third-largest US bank by assets rose 3% to US$689 billion, while deposits increased 5% to US$1.05 trillion, excluding foreign exchange fluctuations.
Musk soothes investor concerns by saying the electric vehicle maker has a shot at a record quarter.
Growth at Disney parks in the United States boosted results above analyst expectations.
It’s a sign Electronic Arts can go toe to toe with Epic Games’ Fortnite, an early battle-royale hit that has become a cultural phenomenon.
The airports operator hopes to replace the baggage handling system and aerotrains at KLIA.
Philips' net profit climbs by over 30% in the first quarter, buoyed by sales of oral healthcare products.
The group's bottom line also suffered as it was ordered to recall over a million diesel cars to replace faulty components.
The airport operator expects Malaysian passenger traffic to grow by 4.9% in 2019.
Bayer sold off part of its existing seeds and pesticides businesses to rival BASF to get the Monsanto deal past competition authorities.
Under Armour's Class A common shares rose 2.7% in early trading following the results.
The Dutch bank's earnings fell by 4.1% to US$5.4 billion despite growth in its client base.
Panasonic forecast an operating profit of 385 billion yen (US$3.51 billion) for the year ending March, down from the previously predicted 425 billion yen.
Pretax earnings in its refining business were US$2.7 billion, up US$1.70 billion over the same period the year prior.
The social media giant's revenue soars 30% from a year ago to US$16.9 billion.
Adding to the overproduction by refiners are concerns that fuel consumption will decline because of a global economic slowdown.
UBS' net income for 2018 as a whole was up by 25% from the previous year.
The firm also notched higher revenues in financial advisory services, but lower sales in debt and equity underwriting.