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09/16/2021 | 11:35am

Every day, the Marketscreener team compiles and summarizes the most important news related to listed companies around the world. Australia abandons the vast conventional submarine program signed with Naval Group for a US nuclear model. Evergrande announces the suspension of all its onshore bonds for one session after Chengxin's downgrade, to ensure a level playing field for investors.

 

  • Australia abandons the vast conventional submarine program signed with Naval Group (in which Thales is a shareholder) for a US nuclear model.
  • Pernod Ricard resumes its share buyback program.
  • New car registrations fell by 18% in August, according to ACEA.
  • Nestlé will invest €1.2bn over the next five years to shift to regenerative agriculture and farming practices across its supply chain. An activist fund is calling for the departure of Solvay's CEO.
  • Chevron 's CEO says paying dividends to shareholders is better than investing in wind and solar.
  • Evergrande announces the suspension of all its onshore bonds for one session after Chengxin's downgrade, to ensure a level playing field for investors.
  • Rivian hopes to raise $8B in an IPO, Reuters has learned.
  • AMC Entertainment will accept Bitcoin for online ticket payments, as well as other cryptocurrencies like Ethereum, Litecoin and Bitcoin Cash.
  • Volvo Cars(Geely) is preparing for an IPO, according to Reuters, based on a $20 billion valuation.
  • A Volkswagen trial opens in Germany in connection with "dieselgate".
  • Walmart partners with Ford and Argo AI to launch self-driving delivery service in three U.S. cities.
  • Vifor signs a licensing agreement with Travere to market Sparsentan.
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