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01/27/2022 | 11:43am

Every morning, the MarketScreener team selects the most important news about listed companies around the world.




  • STMicroelectronics does better than expected in Q4 and will invest between $3.4 and $3.6 billion in 2022.
  • Tesla is down 0.8% post-trade after slightly higher than expected results.
  • Intel loses 2.8% after its results. Diageo reports a 16% increase in half-year revenues.
  • Assicurazioni Generali will become majority shareholder of its life and non-life joint venture in India.
  • Siemens Energy may reinstate Siemens Gamesa in its scope.
  • EasyJet is still suffering but expects an upturn this summer.
  • Samsung Electronics down 2% after its quarterly results, which were up sharply but a little weaker than expected.
  • China is reportedly considering breaking up China Evergrande Group to end the crisis, according to Bloomberg.
  • SAP will acquire a majority stake in US fintech Taulia.
  • Gimv acquires majority stake in surface treatment provider GSDI Group.
  • UBS acquires Wealthfront for $1.4 billion.
  • Aalberts to acquire wafer handling specialist ISEL Germany.
  • Woodside Petroleum to leave Myanmar.
  • Constellation Energy will replace The Gap in the S&P500.
  • Pershing Square bought more than 3.1 million shares of Netflix.
  • Deutsche Bank to return €700m to shareholders via share buybacks and dividends.
  • Givaudan acquires 48% of Brazilian Nanovetores Group.

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