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09/14/2021 | 11:38am

Every day, the Marketscreener team compiles and summarizes the most important news related to listed companies around the world. Today, Walmart denies a Litecoin partnership, after a false rumor briefly boosted the cryptocurrencies' price. Qualcomm proposes to acquire Veoneer for $37 per share, or more than $4 billion, while Alibaba and Tencent bow to Beijing pressure.

 

  • Stellantis will take control of the Chinese joint venture Jeep with GAC.
  • Valneva completes enrollment in its Phase III trial of its COVID-19 vaccine candidate in the elderly.
  • Intuit to buy Mailchimp for about $12bn in cash and stock.
  • Greenpeace criticizes Nestlé for its plastic consumption.
  • Vonovia already believes it holds enough Deutsche Wohnen shares to guarantee the success of its takeover.
  • Walmart denies a Litecoin partnership, after a false rumor briefly boosted the cryptocurrencies' price.
  • Mitsubishi will use a Nissan platform for all its Japanese models.
  • Qualcomm proposes to acquire Veoneer for $37 per share, or more than $4 billion, according to Bloomberg.
  • Nintendo is cutting the price of the Switch in Europe by 9% to EUR 299.99.
  • Volkswagen is considering buying out its Chinese joint ventures with SAIC Motor and FAW Group, Reuters has learned.
  • Apple is fixing a security flaw related to Pegasus.
  • CNBC reports that Siris Capital is negotiating to buy Radware.
  • Apollo is offering $27 per share to buy Tronox, Reuters reports.
  • Google is fined $177 million in Korea for its competitive practices.
  • Oracle loses 1.9% after disappointing quarterly results.
  • Safilo shines through Chiara Ferragni.
  • Alibaba and Tencent bow to pressure from Beijing and allow access to their competitors. 

 

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