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Romain Fournier

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Having worked in the British, French and Swiss financial press, Romain is able to report on local and international issues, as comfortable in French as in the language of Shakespeare, Romain Fournier leads the editorial team at Marketscreener. Fine connoisseur of the English-speaking markets, Romain delivers an editorial every day on US and UK markets.

Global markets live: Uber, NestlÚ, Ryanair, Zoom, Adobe...

09/16/2022 | 11:37am EST
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Everyday, the MarketScreener team selects the most important news about listed companies. Here is a short recap for your convenience (The list is updated during the session):

 

 

 

  • New car registrations rose 3.4% in August in Europe.
  • Fedex tumbled 20% after a profit warning.
  • Germany is close to nationalizing Uniper, VNG AG, Securing Energy for Europe (ex-Gazprom Germany) and Rosneft Germany.
  • Texas Instruments will boost its dividend and boost its share buybacks.
  • Uber is investigating a "cybersecurity incident" after a data leak.
  • Yara will build renewable hydrogen plant in Western Australia.
  • Holcim finalizes the sale of its Indian business.
  • Nestlé wants to reopen its Buitoni frozen pizza factory.
  • Ryanair to cancel 420 flights on Friday due to controller strike in France.
  • Zoom Video will "investigate the problems" after numerous user complaints.
  • Uber Technologies said Thursday it is investigating a cybersecurity incident after reports that its network was hacked and the company had to suspend several internal communications and engineering systems.
  • General Electric was giving up 5% in after-hours trading as the company said Thursday night it continues to face supply chain bottlenecks.
  • The Boeing Company, Raytheon Technologies - China will impose sanctions on Boeing Defense and Raytheon executives Ted Colbert and Gregory Hayes for their roles in the recent sale of U.S. military equipment to Taiwan, a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman said Friday.
  • Nordstrom - The department store chain's stock gained 1.7% in premarket trading after it announced a 9.9% stake in Mexico's Liverpool
  • Adobe - Oppenheimer lowered its recommendation to "perform in line with the sector" from "outperform" in the wake of the Photoshop maker's announcement that it would buy Figma for $20 billion.
  • JetBlue Airways - The airline's stock lost 1.6% in pre-market trading. The group announced that it had raised its average fuel cost estimate for the third quarter.
  • NCR falls 14.5% in premarket trading after announcing a plan to split into two independent companies, one dedicated to online commerce and the other to ticketing machines.

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Stocks mentioned in the article
ChangeLast1st jan.
ADOBE INC. 4.87% 341.91 Delayed Quote.-41.99%
BOEING 1.44% 177.8481 Delayed Quote.-14.65%
FEDEX CORPORATION 2.55% 182.34 Delayed Quote.-31.25%
GAZPROM 0.04% 198 End-of-day quote.-42.32%
GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY -0.15% 85.53 Delayed Quote.-9.53%
HOLCIM LTD -0.35% 48.76 Delayed Quote.5.20%
JETBLUE AIRWAYS CORPORATION 1.74% 7.865 Delayed Quote.-45.65%
NCR CORPORATION 2.90% 23.72 Delayed Quote.-42.59%
NESTLÉ S.A. 0.97% 112.34 Delayed Quote.-12.70%
NORDSTROM, INC. 0.96% 20.905 Delayed Quote.-9.33%
RAYTHEON TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION 0.10% 97.55 Delayed Quote.12.60%
RYANAIR HOLDINGS PLC -0.81% 12.825 Real-time Quote.-15.21%
TEXAS INSTRUMENTS 2.58% 177.03 Delayed Quote.-8.22%
UBER TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 4.32% 28.885 Delayed Quote.-33.79%
UNIPER SE -8.90% 4.362 Delayed Quote.-88.55%
YARA INTERNATIONAL ASA -3.29% 450 Real-time Quote.4.56%
ZOOM VIDEO COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 5.40% 74.225 Delayed Quote.-61.63%
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