S&P 500 futures down 0.5% to 2,926.50
Brent futures up 0.7% to $57.79/bbl
Gold spot up 0.1% to $1,502.89
US Dollar Index down 0.1% to 97.54GLOBAL NEWS:Earnings season. Carl Zeiss Meditec
, Novo Nordisk
, William Hill
, Taiwan Semiconductor
, Japan Post
, Sands China
are among companies reporting earnings today.Overview of quarterly earnings.
In the United States, disappointment on Uber
's quarterly results, which fell after the session after having increased its losses, while Activision Blizzard did better than expected. Innogy's results at half mast, but objectives confirmed. Novo Nordisk raises its 2019 forecast. Carl Zeiss Meditec
slightly raises its sales target. The organic decline in WPP is more modest than expected.Huawei presents Harmony.
The United States has so far waived special trade licenses with Huawei
. At the same time, the Chinese giant unveiled its future operating system. The system, called "Harmony OS", was presented by Executive Director Richard Yu at a group conference in Dongguan.79 net orders in 2019 for Airbus.
At the end of the first seven months of the year, Airbus
claimed 246 gross orders but only 79 net orders, for 458 deliveries. 2019 is an atypical year in which the manufacturer has already recorded 167 order cancellations, partly because some customers have opted for larger capacity aircraft but also because carriers have experienced economic difficulties. Airbus recorded 40 cancellations for the A220 (programme bought from Bombardier) and 44 for the A350 (mainly because of Etihad).Round-Up, the return. Bayer
would be willing to pay $8 billion to settle more than 18,000 claims filed in the United States against Monsanto's herbicide, according to information obtained by Bloomberg. The stock jumped on the stock market, a sign that the market believes that the German would get away with such a large sum. However, a few hours later, the Bayer group denied it. "Such an assertion (relating to a regulation) is pure fiction. We did not even mention compensation in our mediation discussions," replied Ken Feinberg, mediator in this case since the end of May.Heavy oil. Occidental Petroleum
completed the purchase of Anadarko for $38 billion, paving the way for Total to complete the purchase of Anadarko's African assets. The operation creates a new heavy truck sector in the United States.The ogre Broadcom.
As rumors suggested, Broadcom
bought its corporate business from Symantec for $10.7 billion. Broadcom, which comes from the semiconductor world, has started a diversification in software by buying CA Inc last year for $18.9 billion. The group is also looking at Tibco. He had failed to buy Qualcomm, after a veto by the American authorities.Ahold-Delhaize-Kroger
believes that a merger between Ahold Delhaize and Kroger now makes more sense, without having any specific indication on this subject. The engineering firm published a note in response to investor requests after yesterday's curious stock market moves, reminding us that it has been favoring this scenario for a long time.In other news.
Malaysia has prosecuted 17 current and former managers of Goldman Sachs
divisions involved in the 1MDB scandal. UniCredit's President, Fabrizio Saccomanni, passed away suddenly. Conzzeta
will pay an exceptional coupon of CHF 30 per registered A and CHF 6 per registered B. Santhera's CFO resigns.