Earnings season: PayPal, Sanofi, Shopify, Rio Tinto, Qualcomm, GlaxoSmithKline, Boeing, Enel, Servicenow, Schneider, General Electric, BASF, Banco Santander, Deutsche Börse, and Teleperformance are among companies reporting their results today.
Among the publications of results:
Advanced Micro Devices: Intel's rival has raised its annual forecast, boosting the price after the US market closed.
Amgen: the laboratory raises its annual forecast.
Banco Santander: accounts turn red in the second quarter, even bright red, due to an exceptional depreciation of €12.6bn.
BASF: the German chemist is unable to provide annual forecasts.
Canon: the first quarterly loss in Japanese history causes the stock to fall by more than 10% in Tokyo during the session.
Deutsche Bank: The bank is on track to meet its targets, it said this morning, despite a half-year loss due to an increase in bad and disputed loans, even though provisions are not as high as analysts fear.
eBay: Quarterly results are not very good, with the stock losing more than 3% after closing.
L Brands: the stock soared 17% after the close on the news that the loss was smaller than expected.
Mondelez: There are positives and negatives in the quarterly results, which may cause the stock to move off Wall Street.
Starbucks: the American coffee company reassured and gained more than 5% after the publication of these post-quarterly results.
In other news. The CEOs of Amazon.com, Facebook, Apple and Alphabet are working this week in hearings before the US Congress to demonstrate that their companies are not the bogeymen usually portrayed, and that won't be easy. The Wall Street Journal reports that Visa and Mastercard have regularly fined Wirecard in the past for irregular transactions. South Korea is opening a security investigation into Tesla vehicles. According to information obtained by the Financial Times, Moderna plans to charge between USD 50 and 60 per dose for its future potential vaccine. Altice USA sells 49.99% of Lightpath for $2.3 billion. Intesa Sanpaolo succeeds in its hostile takeover bid for UBI Banca, securing 67% of the capital.