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Romain Fournier

Chief Editor
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: Electronic Arts, Credit Suisse, Novartis, Merck, Tesla...

11/04/2021 | 11:15am EST

Every day, the MarketScreener team compiles and summarizes the most important information related to listed companies around the world.

 

 

  • Amundi reports higher quarterly results despite a large outflow in China.
  • Societe Generale launches a share buyback program after a strong third quarter that exceeded expectations.
  • Toyota Motor raises its profit forecast despite semiconductor shortages.
  • Electronic Arts revised its targets upwards and now expects sales of 6.925 billion dollars.
  • ING Groep reports a pre-tax profit of EUR 1.92 billion in the third quarter.
  • Credit Suisse reports a drop in third-quarter profit.
  • Novartis sells its stake in Roche to Roche for a total of 20 billion Swiss francs.
  • Relief Therapeutics prepares to list ADRs in the US.
  • Merck KGAA raises its annual guidance.
  • Vonovia raises its annual outlook again and says it is well positioned to integrate Deutsche Wohnen.
  • Commerzbank reports a quarterly profit of EUR 403 million.
  • Deutsche Post raises its targets again and aims for an operating profit of EUR 7.7 billion.
  • Telefonica continues to deleverage in the third quarter.
  • Stella-Jones acquires Cahaba Pressure Treated Forest Products for $66 million.
  • Merck is up 2.3% in premarket trading after the U.K. drug agency approved its oral treatment for COVID-19, a first in the world.
  • Moderna plunged 9.2% in premarket trading after the company lowered its COVID-19 vaccine sales forecast for this year due to production problems. The group now expects sales of between $15 billion and $18 billion, compared with $20 billion previously.
  • Regeneron Pharmaceutical reported better-than-expected earnings and sales Thursday, supported by strong sales of its monoclonal antibody COVID-19 treatment. The company's stock is up 2.7% in pre-market trading.
  • Tesla is up 1.8% at $1,236 a share before the Wall Street opening, heading for a record high. The stock has added about $350 billion to its market cap since Oct. 20 in the wake of strong third-quarter earnings.
  • Qualcomm on Wednesday night forecast better-than-expected profit and revenue for the current quarter on strong demand for its chips used in telephony, automotive and other connected devices. The stock jumped 8.1% in pre-market trading.
  • Alphabet, Google's parent company, announced Thursday that it plans to allow third-party payment systems for its app store in South Korea, after a new law was passed to that effect.
  • Craig Federighi, Apple's chief software officer, warned Wednesday at a Web summit in Lisbon about the risks of an EU bill that would force the iPhone maker to allow third-party application stores on its devices. He stressed that this could increase piracy and the spread of malware.
  • The Boeing Company - Steve Dickson, the head of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), told a Senate committee Wednesday that Boeing still has "a lot of work to do" as the aircraft manufacturer remains under investigation after the deadly crashes of two 737 MAX aircraft in 2018 and 2019.
  • Roku announced Wednesday night that it expects fourth-quarter revenue to be below the Refinitiv consensus. The streaming device maker's stock fell 7.3% in premarket trading.

 

Key earnings reports. Alibaba Group, Toyota Motor, Moderna, Square, Airbnb

 


ę MarketScreener.com 2021
Stocks mentioned in the article
ChangeLast1st jan.
AIRBNB, INC. -5.67% 154.69 Delayed Quote.-7.09%
ALIBABA GROUP HOLDING LIMITED -2.26% 128.6 Delayed Quote.8.26%
AMUNDI -1.43% 72.5 Real-time Quote.-0.07%
BLOCK, INC. -2.47% 130 Delayed Quote.-19.51%
COMMERZBANK AG -0.69% 7.38 Delayed Quote.10.33%
CREDIT SUISSE GROUP AG -1.35% 9.204 Delayed Quote.7.60%
DEUTSCHE POST AG -0.89% 53.72 Delayed Quote.-4.99%
DEUTSCHE WOHNEN SE -1.55% 35.61 Delayed Quote.-3.70%
ELECTRONIC ARTS INC. 2.66% 133.91 Delayed Quote.1.52%
GENSIGHT BIOLOGICS S.A. -16.39% 4.49 Real-time Quote.-19.24%
ING GROEP N.V. -0.33% 13.436 Real-time Quote.9.75%
MERCK KGAA -1.99% 190 Delayed Quote.-16.30%
MODERNA, INC. -8.85% 186.61 Delayed Quote.-26.53%
NANOBIOTIX -1.82% 7.82 Real-time Quote.6.98%
NOVARTIS AG -0.42% 82.1 Delayed Quote.2.70%
RELIEF THERAPEUTICS HOLDING AG 7.37% 0.0816 Delayed Quote.22.19%
REXEL -1.18% 20.94 Real-time Quote.17.44%
ROCHE HOLDING AG -0.67% 364.9 Delayed Quote.-3.10%
S&P 500 -1.84% 4577.11 Delayed Quote.-2.17%
STELLA-JONES INC. -0.64% 40.63 Delayed Quote.2.20%
SUEZ 0.00% 19.835 Real-time Quote.0.13%
TELEFÓNICA, S.A. 1.50% 4.065 Delayed Quote.5.53%
TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION -3.98% 2327.5 Delayed Quote.15.08%
VONOVIA SE -0.69% 47.62 Delayed Quote.-1.81%