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09/29/2021 | 10:55am

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




  • Sanofi confirms that it is focusing its efforts on the development of its recombinant vaccine candidate against COVID-19, rather than the mRNA solution.
  • ASML raises its 2025 revenue forecast to the range of €24-30bn.
  • Unilever has shortlisted four bidders for the sale of its PG Tips and Lipton Ice Tea brands for £4bn, according to Sky News, mainly large investment funds.
  • Micron loses 3.5% in after-hours trading after slightly disappointing results.
  • Amazon launches a $1,000 voice-controlled home robot called Astro.
  • Lucid will start delivering electric cars with a longer range than Tesla in October.
  • HeidelbergCement takes 45% of Alkon for about $250M.
  • Apple 's iPhone 13 delivery delays lengthen as coronavirus hits suppliers in Vietnam.
  • Samsung Electronics is close to finalizing its chip factory project in Texas for an investment of around $17 billion.
  • China Evergrande will recover $1.55 billion by selling part of its stake in Shengjing Bank.
  • United Airlines is preparing to shed employees who refuse to be vaccinated.
  • A consortium led by TPG has a four-week exclusivity period to buy Australia's Smartgroup, which could be valued at $1 billion.
  • Salt is looking at ways to finance itself after abandoning its IPO in Zurich. 
  • The Boeing Company - A 737 MAX test flight in China last month was successful and the automaker hopes to have the two-year grounding of the model lifted before the end of the year, the chief executive of its Chinese operations said Wednesday. 
  • The Food and Drug Administration is leaning toward allowing half-dose booster shots of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine, Bloomberg News reported, citing people close to the matter. 
  • Netflix announced Tuesday that it has bought video game maker Night School Studio, a first for the online video specialist, and has launched five mobile games in several European markets.
  • Asbury Automotive Group announced on Wednesday that it has bought the Larry H. Miller car dealership network and the Total Care Auto chain for a total of $3.2 billion.


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