The French Public Prosecutor's Office requests a fine of at least €2 billion on appeal against UBS Group.
Microsoft accelerates the reopening of its offices and promotes hybrid work. In addition, the group is reportedly in discussions to buy Discord for more than $10 billion, according to Bloomberg.
Roche Holding ends a trial on its Huntington's disease treatment.
Geely heckled on the stock market after results deemed disappointing.
Banque Cantonale de Genève nominates Jean-Philippe Bernard to its board of directors.
AMS AG buys back three convertible bonds.
Baidu's debut in Hong Kong was not very successful.
AB Volvo announces that semiconductor shortages will affect its production in Q2.
Smoore International collapses in Hong Kong on rumors of tougher Chinese legislation on e-cigarettes and tobacco.
Online course platform Coursera clarifies the terms of its IPO, with an offering of 15 million shares at a price between USD 30 and USD 33 per unit.
Forbo launches a share buyback program of up to 10% of its capital.
Bilibili is expected to raise $2.6 billion on a second listing in Hong Kong.