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Because monetary info is eaten like pastry, scorching and over breakfast, Anthony Bondaine will get up on the first light to serve you Morning Meeting each morning.
A monetary journalist and stockbroker for greater than twenty years, an impeccable columnist and phlegmatic chief, he’s the Editor-in-Chief of JonBorse.

Every morning, the Zonebourse group compiles and summarizes key details about listed corporations from world wide to get entry to key information initially of the inventory market day. The content material features a part on France and one other on main worldwide markets, notably American corporations and sections on main European markets (UK, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Spain) and Asia-Pacific.

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Company outcomes

  • Rothschild: Half-year outcomes down from 2021 report. The yr needs to be good, whereas 2023 presents itself with much less favorable invites.

Important (and fewer necessary) bulletins

  • Fitch upgraded Stellantis’ credit standing to “BBB” from “BBB-“.
  • Sanofi and Innovent Biologics have signed a collaboration to accentuate oncology drug improvement and broaden their presence in China.
  • Électrique de France might promote its Italian subsidiary Edison, in response to Transalpine Press.
  • Epson has prolonged the deadline for its takeover bid for Epizyme to August 11.
  • Eurazio acquired a stake in Cevetis Animal Clinic for €250 million.
  • KKR’s takeover bid for Albioma, which has already been profitable, shall be reopened between August 8 and September 9.
  • Enertime indicators a contract to provide a 1.1 MW ORC for an incinerator in Bulgaria.
  • Europlasma recorded a capital achieve of €7 million on tools taken from Satma.
  • Abivax expects to enroll the primary affected person by the tip of Phase 3e A part III trial with ofazimob in ulcerative colitis.
  • Hexaom, Maurel… printed their accounts.

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Company outcomes

  • Allianz: Net revenue weaker than anticipated in Q2. The goal is to verify.
  • Amgen: The inventory reacted little to quarterly outcomes that beat expectations.
  • Orubis: The copper producer improves its Q2 revenue by 24%. The targets raised in April have been confirmed.
  • Deutsche Post: The German group confirmed its outlook with larger income within the second quarter
  • DoorDash: The title gained 12% out of session after releasing quarterly outcomes.
  • Lyft: Shares achieve 9% low cost session after quarterly launch.
  • WPP: The promoting group raised its forecast for natural development.

Important (and fewer necessary) bulletins

  • Ahold Delhaize might postpone’s IPO, in response to Dutch press.
  • Credit Suisse is about to chop hundreds of jobs to chop prices, in response to a number of sources. Also, the chapter of Mexican Credito Real will expose the financial institution to a tune of $100 million.
  • The Meta platform launched its first bond problem in its historical past, $10 billion.
  • Tesla shareholders vote in favor of a 3-for-1 inventory break up.
  • Elon Musk has accused Twitter of tricking him into main its takeover bid.
  • Apple has been accused of dealing with sexual harassment points, in response to the Financial Times.
  • Solvay is profiting from superb outcomes to redeem a senior bond.
  • Equinor plans to develop a big oil discipline within the British North Sea.
  • AP Moller Maersk to amass small Danish logistics firm Martin Bencher Group.
  • Deutsche Lufthansa floor employees attain pay deal after strike at German airport
  • Completes acquisition of D’Iteren Parts Holding Europe.
  • Major publications of the day: Allianz, London Stock Exchange, Hon Hai Precision, Deutsche Post, Itochu, Naturgy, Carl Zeiss, WPP, Deutsche Wohnen, Rheinmetall… Full agenda right here.

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