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01/12/2022 | 11:54am

Every day, the MarketScreener team selects for you the most important news about listed companies around the world.




  • The Boeing Company receives 535 net orders and delivers 340 aircraft.
  • Equinor announces a $1.8 billion impairment charge for the UK Mariner oil field.
  • Philips ' Q4 revenues come in lower-than-expected.
  • J Sainsbury raises its earnings forecast.
  • Just Eat Takeaway reports weaker than expected Q4 order intake.
  • The FTC is allowed to continue its antitrust suit against Meta Platforms.
  • Swissquote acquires Luxembourg-based online broker Keytrade Bank.
  • CNOOC raises its 2022 production target and expects peak oil in 2030.
  • Exxon Mobil launches the sale of its shale gas properties in Ohio.
  • UniCredit is among creditors interested in Russian bank Otkritie, which is opening its books to suitors.
  • Citigroup will exit retail banking in Mexico.
  • Acciona may divest an additional 8% of its renewable division.
  • Sony is addressing the PlayStation 5 shortage by making more PS4 consoles.
  • Pierer Mobility raises its guidance for fiscal 2021.
  • Swisscom exits France by selling Local.Fr directory service to a consortium.
  • Corticeira Amorim buys 50% stake in SACI for $55 million.
  • Apple - The U.S. tech giant's stock gained 0.5 percent in premarket trading as Goldman Sachs said iPhone delivery times suggest supply is now more than meeting demand after last year's supply difficulties.
  • Tesla - California authorities are seeking to determine whether Tesla's autonomous driving assistance FSD system qualifies for the state's autonomous vehicle standards, which would require the automaker to disclose information about any accidents involving its cars, the Los Angeles Times reported Tuesday. The stock is advancing 0.2 percent in pre-market trading.
  • Morgan Stanley - The U.S. bank will increase by more than 20% the variable compensation granted to its best-performing employees after a year 2021 marked by a strong activity of mergers and acquisitions, several sources close to the file said.
  • Biogen - The U.S. drugmaker, which has developed an Alzheimer's drug called Aduhelm, was down 7.3% in after-hours trading on Wall Street Tuesday, as the U.S. health agency CMS announced that the Medicare program would only cover treatments for the disease for patients enrolled in a clinical trial. 
  • Novavax - South Korean authorities gave the green light to its COVID-19 vaccine.
  • Dish Network - The satellite TV operator is up 7% in premarket trading after a New York Post report cited five sources as saying it is discussing a merger with rival DirecTV, an AT&T subsidiary.* Virgin Orbit - Richard Branson's company fell 5.9 percent in pre-market trading after the company announced on Twitter that it had postponed a satellite launch scheduled for Wednesday until Thursday.
  • Didi Global - The Chinese VTC giant's stock gained 5% in pre-market trading after a report in the South China Morning Post that the group is expected to list on the Hong Kong stock exchange in the second quarter and simultaneously delist from Wall Street.
  • Block (ex-Square) - Australian deferred payment group Afterpay announced Wednesday that its $29 billion takeover by digital payment company Block had received the green light from the Bank of Spain, the last hurdle for the project, which should therefore be completed on February 1.

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