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Global markets live: Credit Suisse, Unilever, Nvidia, Tesla, American Express...

01/25/2022 | 11:44am EDT

Every day, the MarketScreener teams selects the most important and relevant news about listed companies across global financial markets.




  • Credit Suisse takes another CHF 500 million in litigation provisions in Q4.
  • Ericsson's Q4 sales beat expectations.
  • The Swatch Group reports higher-than-expected annual operating profit.
  • Logitech raises guidance for fiscal 2021/2022 despite a 2% decline in quarterly revenue.
  • Hyundai reports lower-than-expected quarterly earnings.
  • TechnipFMC signs contract with Petrobras.
  • Bain and CRC among suitors for Credit Suisse's leasing division, according to Reuters.
  • Unilever plans to lay off thousands of regional and divisional managers in an effort to speed up innovation after its failed attempt to buy GlaxoSmithKline's consumer health business, according to Bloomberg.
  • Eni will take its Norwegian subsidiary Vår Energi public.
  • Bob Dylan sold his recording rights to Sony for over $200 million.
  • International Business Machines - The U.S. computer giant reported Monday a profit and revenue above expectations for the fourth quarter, the group's focus on cloud computing is beginning to bear fruit. 
  • Nvidia - The U.S. manufacturer of semiconductors is about to abandon its plan to buy $ 40 billion of Arm, a subsidiary of SoftBank Group, reports Tuesday the agency Bloomberg, citing sources close to the case.
  • Tesla is being sued by JPMorgan for $162.2 million over a bond contract, accused the bank on Monday of "bad faith and greed".
  • General Electric - The industrial conglomerate said Tuesday it expects its earnings and cash flow to rise this year after reporting better-than-expected results for the last three months of 2021.
  • American Express - The payment specialist reported quarterly earnings Tuesday that beat Wall Street expectations on the back of a record jump in spending on its credit cards. 
  • Verizon Communications - The telecommunications company said Tuesday it gained 558,000 new mobile subscribers in the fourth quarter, up from 548,000 expected by research firm FactSet, thanks to the rapid deployment of its fifth-generation services.
  • Johnson & Johnson - The drugmaker reported lower-than-expected fourth-quarter sales on Tuesday but said it expects a 46% jump in sales of its COVID-19 vaccine this year, which could represent $3.5 billion in revenue. 
  • Meta Platforms - Facebook's parent company announced Monday that it has developed a supercomputer with a new artificial intelligence (AI) that is touted as the fastest in the world.
  • The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Monday limited the use of antibody-based COVID-19 treatments developed by Regeneron and Eli Lilly, saying they could not be used anywhere in the U.S. because they are likely ineffective against the Omicron variant of the coronavirus.
  • Walmex, Walmart's Mexican subsidiary, said Monday it is considering "strategic alternatives" for its Central American operations, including a divestiture or joint venture.

Main earnings releases: Microsoft, Johnson & Johnson, Verizon, Texas Instruments, Nextera, Raytheon, American Express, General Electric, 3M Company, Atlas Copco, Ericsson, Coloplast, Tryg, Logitech, Rémy Cointreau, SEB...

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Stocks mentioned in the article
ChangeLast1st jan.
3M COMPANY 1.68% 149.51 Delayed Quote.-15.83%
AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY 2.56% 169.6 Delayed Quote.1.08%
ATLAS COPCO AB 5.68% 107.16 Delayed Quote.-31.51%
BAIN CAPITAL SPECIALTY FINANCE, INC. 1.17% 14.7 Delayed Quote.-3.35%
COLOPLAST A/S 0.63% 801.6 Delayed Quote.-30.36%
CREDIT SUISSE GROUP AG 3.20% 6.966 Delayed Quote.-21.48%
ELI LILLY AND COMPANY 3.20% 323.48 Delayed Quote.17.11%
ENI SPA -0.38% 14.192 Delayed Quote.16.14%
ERICSSON 4.75% 81.4 Delayed Quote.-18.43%
GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY 2.27% 78.76 Delayed Quote.-16.63%
HYUNDAI CORPORATION 2.78% 18500 End-of-day quote.10.12%
HYUNDAI MOTOR COMPANY 0.82% 185500 End-of-day quote.-11.24%
JOHNSON & JOHNSON 0.91% 181.09 Delayed Quote.5.86%
LOGITECH INTERNATIONAL S.A. 3.48% 57.06 Delayed Quote.-25.78%
META PLATFORMS, INC. 1.83% 195.13 Delayed Quote.-41.99%
MICROSOFT CORPORATION 2.76% 273.24 Delayed Quote.-18.76%
NEXTERA ENERGY 3.77% 77.43 Delayed Quote.-17.06%
NVIDIA CORPORATION 5.38% 188.11 Delayed Quote.-36.04%
PETROBRAS -4.76% 30.6 Delayed Quote.7.56%
RAYTHEON TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION 1.80% 96.71 Delayed Quote.12.38%
REGENERON PHARMACEUTICALS, INC. 1.37% 692.8 Delayed Quote.9.70%
S&P 500 2.47% 4158.24 Real-time Quote.-12.76%
SOFTBANK GROUP CORP. 3.43% 5341 Delayed Quote.-1.71%
SONY GROUP CORPORATION 1.42% 11425 Delayed Quote.-21.07%
TECHNIPFMC PLC -0.93% 8.56 Delayed Quote.44.59%
TESLA, INC. 7.33% 759.63 Delayed Quote.-28.12%
TEXAS INSTRUMENTS 2.21% 177.97 Delayed Quote.-5.57%
THE SWATCH GROUP AG 6.62% 235.1 Delayed Quote.-15.73%
TRYG A/S 1.69% 159.5 Delayed Quote.-1.24%
UNILEVER PLC -0.36% 3475.5 Delayed Quote.-11.91%
VERIZON COMMUNICATIONS 0.80% 51.4 Delayed Quote.-1.87%
WALMART INC. 1.97% 128.48 Delayed Quote.-12.92%
WISDOMTREE CLOUD COMPUTING UCITS ETF - ACC - USD 3.35% 30.115 Delayed Quote.-41.86%