BRIEF-Gemini reports Q1 net loss per share of $0.04
* Now expecting revenue for 2017 to be less than 2016 but expects activity to pick up in second half of 2017 into 2018 Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
LONDON, April 24 MSCI's gauge of global stocks hit an all-time high on Monday as abating political risk after a market-friendly outcome to the first round of the French presidential election stoked a risk-on rally.
The MSCI All-Country World was up 1.5 percent, surpassing its prior peak set last month before growing risks of a Brexit-like shock in the French election and doubts about the Trump administration's policies interrupted the so-called reflation trade.
Across major indices, France's CAC 40 rose more than 4 percent on the day and was on track for its best session in nearly five years. In the United States, the Nasdaq Composite rose 1.2 percent to a record. (Reporting by Vikram Subhedar, editing by Nigel Stephenson)
* Ironhorse announces Q1 2017 financial and operating results
* AT&T announces IBEW-represented employees vote to ratify midwest wireline agreement