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01/11/2022 | 12:20pm

Every day, the MarketScreener team compiles the most important news related to listed companies around the world.




Airbus receives 507 net orders and delivers 611 aircraft in 2021.

Nokia 's margins will be higher than expected.

Holcim acquires French company PRB.

Volkswagen sales in China fall 14% in 2021.

Pandora posts better-than-expected fourth-quarter results.

Mizuho Financial Group is considering acquiring U.S. private equity placement agent Capstone Partners, Reuters reports.

Cerberus is reducing its stake in Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank.

Darktrace raises its forecast. Intel swipes its CFO from Micron.

Delivery Hero expects its food delivery business to break even in the second half of 2022.

Sika 's 2021 revenues up 17.3%.

Brussels reportedly blocks Daewoo Shipbuilding and Hyundai Heavy Industries merger in shipyards, FT reports.

Vodafone Idea falls after announcing a share issue to the Indian government.

Reply strengthens its presence in North America with the acquisition of Enowa LLC and The Spur Group.

Gilead and Merck to evaluate dual therapy for lung cancer in two clinical trials.

Abercrombie & Fitch sees its fourth-quarter sales increase by 4 to 6%, slightly less than expected.

Apple - South Korea's telecom regulator said Tuesday that Apple has submitted a proposal to allow third-party payments on the App Store, its app store, in line with a new law that prohibits major platforms from imposing their payment systems on developers.

Tesla - The U.S. automaker sold 70,847 vehicles produced in China in December, the highest monthly pace since its Shanghai plant opened in 2019, data from the China Passenger Car Association (CPCA) released Tuesday show. The stock rises 1.5 percent to $1,074 in pre-market trading.

Intel- The U.S. semiconductor manufacturer, which last month banned its suppliers from sourcing from Xinjiang, removed in its annual letter to its partners any reference to this Chinese region where Beijing is accused of carrying out a policy of repression and violating the rights of the Muslim minority of Uyghurs. In other news, Intel chose David Zinsner, the current finance boss at Micron Technology, as the group's new CFO on Monday evening, effective January 17. Intel shares jumped 5% in after-hours trading, while Micron fell 1.5%.

Amazon - The online retailer's stock gained 1% in pre-market trading after Morgan Stanley raised its price target on the stock from $4,000 to $4,200. The intermediary noted an improvement in the supply chain situation.

Merck & Co - The company said Monday that its oral treatment for COVID-19 should be effective against the Omicron variant and other strains of Sars-CoV-2.

Rivian Automotive - The automaker said Monday it will produce 1,015 electric vehicles in 2021, a figure in line with its lowered guidance announced last month. In other news, the group announced the departure of its deputy CEO, Rod Copes.

Illumina - The life sciences company announced Monday that it has signed four healthcare partnerships and said it expects this year's sales to beat Wall Street expectations on strong demand for its genetic sequencing products.

KKR - Qonto, a specialist in corporate financial management, announced on Tuesday that it had raised funds led by KKR, among others, bringing its valuation to 4.4 billion euros. In addition, the chairman of Telecom Italia (TIM) TLIT.MI, a telecom operator that the U.S. fund KKR wants to buy, will convene the board of directors of the group on January 21 to appoint a new managing director, according to a source familiar with the matter.

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