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Because financial information is consumed like pastries, hot and at breakfast time, Anthony Bondain gets up at dawn to serve you the Morning Meeting every morning.
A financial journalist and stockbroker for more than two decades, an inimitable editorialist and phlegmatic leader, he is editor-in-chief of ZoneBourse.

Every morning, the Zonebourse team identifies and summarizes the key information concerning listed companies around the world, to have the main news from the start of the stock market day. The content includes a section on France and the other on the main international markets, in particular American companies and those in large European markets (UK, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Spain) and Asia-Pacific.

In France

Important (and less important) announcements

  • Alstom equips Phoenix Sky Harbor airport in the United States.
  • Vinci denies the renovation of the Mexican airport of Monterey for $820 million, explaining that this amount was used to enter the capital.
  • Pernod Ricard takes control of Cockorico.
  • Bouygues, Colas and Alstom sign a major contract for the Abidjan metro.
  • Technip Energies will equip the ethane cracker of CPChem and QatarEnergy in Texas.
  • CMA CGM rises to 10.43% of the capital of Eutelsat.
  • Valeo enters into a strategic agreement with China’s Ningbo Swell Industry.
  • Electricité de France has granted its 2023 production range, with the next winter as its target.
  • The BioMérieux VIDAS KUBE system
  • The Company of the Alps
  • Icade is finalizing the acquisition of a building in Nanterre for €63 million.
  • Hoffmann Green Cement signs a 3-year cement supply contract with ECBL.
  • Hydrogen Refueling Solutions receives the order for a bus refueling station.
  • PCAS’s return to profits is thwarted by late payment from a major customer.
  • Abivax receives FDA approval for pediatric development plan with obefazimod in IBD.
  • The US EPA has approved Amoéba’s biocide for use in closed cooling systems.
  • Altheora finalizes the acquisition of Chris-France Plastiques.
  • Figeac Aero has published its accounts.

In the world

Important (and less important) announcements

  • 3M Company will stop production of the “eternal pollutant” PFAS by the end of 2025.
  • Musk will resign from Twitter when he finds a replacement. Tesla stock fell again yesterday.
  • The EU has conditionally approved the €34.5 billion bailout of Uniper by Germany.
  • Electricity trader Danske Commodities received a capital injection of €3.5bn from its parent company Equinor.
  • General Motors is recalling 140,000 Chevrolet Bolt EVs due to fire hazards.
  • Nike gains 13% off session after the publication of its results.
  • Fedex gains 4.5% off session after the publication of its results.
  • BlackBerry lost 2.6% off session after the publication of its results.
  • Hennes & Mauritz is pulling a Justin Bieber collection after a furious post from the star.
  • Big setback for the European Space Agency, which lost two satellites yesterday in the failure of the first commercial flight of the light launcher Vega-C (Avio).
  • Activist investors are urging Six Flags to monetize its real estate, according to the Wall Street Journal.
  • Dufry discovered the refinancing of its main bank credit facilities.
  • L3Harris Technologies has obtained regulatory approvals for the acquisition of ViaSat’s data link assets.
  • Wells Fargo will pay $3.7 billion to enter into litigation over undue remuneration on loans.
  • The Swatch Group does not intend to enter the second-hand luxury watch market.
  • Legal & General is seeking to oust the directors of Capricorn Energy.
  • Lithium Americas will acquire Arena Minerals.
  • The financial director of MorphoSys leaves his post.
  • Aurubis is launching a €530 million investment program to promote its growth in the United States and Germany.
  • Philip Morris, Altria, Sempra detachment of dividends.
  • Main publications of the day: Micron, Cintas, Le Toro, Aurubis… The whole agenda here.

Conferences 2022

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