Sika: the Swiss group raised its 2021 forecast after a good start to the year.
Zur Rose: sales rose 15.3% to CHF 420.9m in Q1. Targets confirmed.
Facebook is strengthening its audio offering with podcasts and chat rooms.
Credit Suisse announced the departure of the two heads of its prime brokerage business, an activity that was blamed for the Archegos Capital debacle.
A consortium led by DWS is said to be on the verge of buying French railway operator SNCF's leasing division, Emerwa, for €3 billion, Bloomberg has learned.
Vale's Q1 iron ore production came in below expectations.
Wirecard scandal begins to make its way into the political-financial sphere in Germany.
Johnson & Johnson reported better-than-expected quarterly results showing that sales of its COVID-19 vaccine, whose use is suspended in the U.S., earned it $100 million in the first three months of the year.
Procter & Gamble reported better-than-expected quarterly sales on Tuesday and confirmed its annual guidance.
Travelers reported first-quarter profit that beat market expectations as higher returns helped cushion the impact of the cold snap that hit several U.S. states in February.
Lockheed Martin raised its full-year revenue and profit guidance after its ship and helicopter manufacturing unit delivered a better-than-expected first-quarter profit.
Abbott’s profit more than tripled in the first quarter, supported in particular by strong demand for COVID-19 test kits, but its sales were below the Refinitiv consensus. The stock is down 2% in pre-market trading.
Apple will hold its first event of the year on Tuesday and may announce new products.
Chief Executive Elon Musk said a Tesla's autopilot was not activated when it apparently crashed into a tree in Texas on Saturday, killing both occupants. Two U.S. agencies have opened an investigation into the crash.
United Airlines reported a larger-than-expected quarterly net loss of $2.4 billion on Monday as fuel prices rose and the airline's flight volumes fell amid weak demand from the pandemic. In after-hours trading, it was down 1.8%.
Altria and Philip Morris lost more than 2% in pre-market trading after the Wall Street Journal reported that the U.S. is considering imposing a nicotine reduction on cigarette manufacturers.
Xerox is down 1.3% in premarket trading after reporting a weaker-than-expected first-quarter profit, as the company said its business is still being impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.