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.
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- Vodafone, Qualcomm and Thales demonstrate the first ever smartphone with iSIM technology.
- Threat of strike at Airbus in the UK over wages.
- Nvidia would give up on buying ARM, according to concordant sources.
- Microsoft reports strong results and a higher-than-expected outlook, helping the stock gain 1.2% post-trade.
- Texas Instruments rebounds 3.7% post-trade after its results.
- Tod's revenues explode 40% in 2021.
- Vestas reports lower-than-expected guidance.
- General Motors invests $6B in electric vehicle production in Michigan.
- Meta (Facebook) looks like it's burying its cryptocurrency project, with Diem possibly going on sale.
- Macellum is asking Kohl's to sit on the board and publicly commit to exploring a divestiture.
- Advent and Centerbridge raise their offer for Aareal to EUR 31 per share.
- Pfizer and BioNTech launch clinical study of Omicron-specific COVID-19 vaccine.
- Electronic Arts and Lucasfilm partner to launch Star Wars video games.
- Intel - The European Court of Justice on Wednesday annulled the €1.06 billion fine imposed by the European Commission on Intel 12 years ago for anti-competitive practices.
- Apple - The iPhone maker became the top smartphone seller in China for the first time since 2015, according to a ranking released Wednesday by Counterpoint Research.
- Tesla - Elon Musk said on Twitter that he had driven around the group's Texas plant a prototype of the Cybertruck.
- The Boeing Company announced Wednesday that it plans to take a $3.5 billion charge in its fourth-quarter accounts due to longer-than-expected delivery delays of its 787s, which are facing problems.
- AT&T - The telecommunications and media company reported better-than-expected quarterly revenue Wednesday on strong growth at Warner Media and its HBO streaming platform amid a COVID-19 pandemic that boosted subscriptions to its services.
- Texas Instruments - The U.S. electronics company on Tuesday forecast better-than-expected sales for the current quarter after posting better-than-expected profit and revenue in the final three months of 2021 on strong chip demand.
- Anthem - The U.S. health insurer reported better-than-expected earnings Wednesday on lower COVID-19-related expenses and higher membership.
- Bank of America - The U.S. bank said on Tuesday it would give about 97 percent of its employees special bonuses worth about $1 billion, mostly paid in stock, according to an internal memo seen by Reuters.
- Robinhood - The online brokerage said on Tuesday it had taken steps to avoid limitations on trading and be in a "strong position" to deal with unlikely market events. The group said it has a net capital position of $2.7 billion, more than 25 times the amount currently required by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the U.S. securities regulator.
- Alphabet - Google, a subsidiary of the group, announced on Tuesday its intention to recruit 200 engineers in Brazil this year to improve its security and privacy tools in the Latin American country.
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