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11/24/2021 | 12:18pm

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

 

 

 

  • Valneva signs a purchase agreement with the European Commission for its inactivated COVID-19 vaccine, VLA2001.
  • Dell: The share gains 1.5% after the close and the publication of solid results.
  • HP Inc: The stock soared 7% after the publications of its quarterly results.
  • The Gap: The stock plummets 16% after a downward revision of forecasts due to supply problems.
  • Toshiba 's largest shareholder opposes the split.
  • Elon Musk sells another €1.05bn worth of Tesla shares.
  • Booking and CVC will buy Etraveli for €1.63bn.
  • Dechra Pharmaceuticals and Electrocomponents to enter the FTSE 100 in place of Darktrace and Johnson Matthey.
  • Apple announced Tuesday that it has filed a lawsuit in California against Israeli firm NSO, creator of the Pegasus spyware, which it accuses of monitoring and targeting users of its products in the United States.
  • Tesla CEO Elon Musk has sold additional shares of the car company for $1.05 billion , a stock advisory shows. 
  • Dell Technologies - The computer maker said Tuesday it expects to report better-than-expected sales for the current quarter, helped by strong demand for PCs and servers. The stock is up 3% in pre-market trading.
  • Hewlett Packard on Tuesday reported a more than fourfold increase in quarterly profit and a 13% jump in revenue from its personal computer division. The stock gained 7.2% in pre-market trading.
  • Nordstrom fell 23% in after-hours trading as the retailer said Tuesday it expects shortages during the holiday season.
  • Blackrock, Ford- The world's No. 1 asset manager has invested €700 million in Ionity, an electric vehicle charging station company founded by several automakers, including Ford, in a round of financing.
  • Contextlogic - France has asked for the dereferencing of the American e-commerce site Wish because it does not respect consumer protection rules and will ban it if it persists in this way, warned Wednesday Bruno Le Maire, Minister of Economy and Finance.
  • Alibaba - U.S. private equity firm Warburg Pincus, a shareholder in Alibaba subsidiary Ant Group, has cut its estimate of the Chinese fintech's value by 15 percent to less than $200 billion, according to a source with direct knowledge of the matter. 

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