- Compagnie Financière Richemont has no plans to lend to or invest in the struggling online retail platform Farfetch.
- Ferrovial sells its stake in Heathrow airport to Ardian and the British sovereign wealth fund for £2.4 billion.
- Apple's credit card partnership with Goldman Sachs is ending.
- Toyota sells its stake in Denso.
- Barclays plans 900 redundancies in the UK.
- Amazon announces new data center chip, as rivalry with Microsoft intensifies.
- FDA warns patients of thermal safety issue with Philips sleep apnea machines.
- JDE Peet's issues €1 billion of bonds, including €500 million of 4.125% bonds due 2030 and €500 million of 4.50% bonds due 2034.
- Uber announced on Wednesday its intention to open its platform to London cabs next year after ten years of tensions with the sector.
- Berkshire Hathaway - The succession plan at the investment conglomerate became clearer after the death on Tuesday evening of vice-chairman Charlie Munger at the age of 99, while chairman Warren Buffett was 93.
- UnitedHealth group announced Tuesday evening that it expects 2024 earnings to be broadly in line with Wall Street expectations, but warned that medical costs are likely to remain high. The health insurance giant expects adjusted earnings per share this year of between $24.85 and $25.00, against a consensus of $24.95.
- Farfetch - The British daily Telegraph reported on Tuesday that group founder Jose Neves was considering a delisting of the online luxury goods retailer. On Tuesday, Farfetch warned that it would not announce its quarterly results this Wednesday as planned, adding that earnings forecasts were no longer reliable.
- Netapp climbs 12.6% in pre-market trading after better-than-expected quarterly sales.
- Gamestop soared 15.1% in premarket trading in high volumes, after having gained 13% the previous day, its best performance in a single session for eight months.
- Crowdstrike Holdings gained 1.5% in pre-market trading, as the cybersecurity group published a quarterly profit forecast ahead of Wall Street expectations, against a backdrop of resilient demand.
- Okta fell by 6.4% in premarket trading, as the cybersecurity company reported that hackers had stolen user data from its customer support system during an attack two months ago.
- Workday gained 5.4% in after-hours trading after raising its full-year sales forecast.
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