The U.S. stock market indexes gained between 0.9% and 1.3% on Friday, extending their uptrend despite worse-than-expected advance GDP number release, as investors' sentiment remained very bullish.
U.S. chipmaker Intel agreed to buy driverless car technology firm Mobileye for $15.3 billion on Monday, positioning itself for a dominant role in the autonomous-driving sector after missing the market for mobile phones.

Shares fell today after soft U.S.

We were saddened last week to hear that at least 30 people were killed and many dozens more injured in ISIS-related suicide bombings that targeted an airport and train station in Brussels.

Stocks confirmed a higher revenue outlook, opening above average on Wednesday.

Intel might be looking into bitcoin, we read on CoinDesk:

U.S. stocks began to partially rebound, but weak retail sales numbers and poor outlooks from major companies hindered what could have been.
China has dropped major tech brands from its state purchasing lists, a move that could either lead to innovation or disaster.
Intel Corp.'s mobile division reported a major operating loss for 2014, but stocks remained (mostly) stable.
Intel reported results suggesting the two-year slump in sales of personal computers may have ended as consumers drop their fascination with smartphones in favor of laptops and desktops.