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Because financial information is eaten hot and hot for breakfast, Anthony Bondain gets up at the crack of dawn to serve you the morning meeting every morning.
A financial journalist and stockbroker for more than two decades, an incomparable columnist and phlegmatic leader, he is the editor-in-chief of ZoneBourse.

Every morning, the Zonebourse team collects and summarizes key information about listed companies around the world to access the most important news at the start of the trading day. The content includes a section on France and the second on the main international markets, especially US companies and those from major European markets (UK, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Spain) and the Asia-Pacific region.

In France

Important (and less important) notifications

  • BNP Paribas, Société Générale and Crédit Agricole mocked by Disclose for their indirect role in deforestation in Brazil.
  • ALD launches a capital increase of €1.2 billion to buy LeasePlan, Société Générale will allow itself to be diluted from 80 to 53% of the capital.
  • Vinci is commissioning a solar power plant at a Portuguese airport.
  • Balenciaga (Kering) embarrassed after advertising campaign involving children and sexually charged accessories.
  • Technip Energies wins a contract for the TotalEnergies refinery in Grandpuits.
  • Electricité de France has announced the appointment of Anne-Marie Descôtes to the Board of Directors, replacing Jean-Bernard Lévy.
  • Nexans aims for more responsible copper production.
  • Atos named GSI partner of the year for the EMEA region by AWS.
  • Esker obtains a patent in the USA for its management automation solution.
  • Ipsos sells its retail services unit to US company RetailNext.
  • Jean-Louis Martin appointed Interim Executive Director of PCAS.
  • Groupe Berkem strengthens the collaboration with Barentz.
  • Capelli sells six programs for €60 million.
  • Metavisio raised €3.5 million via a private placement and PrimaryBird at €4.28 per share.
  • Le Havre Seine Métropole chooses Adeunis sensors to ensure energy efficiency and optimized maintenance of the Océane Stadium.
  • Inventiva obtains a patent that extends the protection of lanifibranor’s intellectual property in the United States.
  • TME Pharma must find a new CEO.
  • Lexibook launches new radio-controlled vehicles.
  • Medesis presents a scientific poster at a conference on Alzheimer’s in San Francisco.
  • Other publications: BigBen…

In the world

Important (and less important) notifications

  • Nestlé adjusts its organic growth forecast for 2022 from “around 8%” to “from 8 to 8.5%”. The group has also announced that it will limit its marketing practices to children under the age of 16.
  • Microsoft has planned to offer concessions to the European Union to win the antitrust green light for its acquisition of Activision Blizzard.
  • Apple threatens to ban Twitter from its App Store, says Elon Musk.
  • At Walt Disney, Bob Iger prioritizes the creativity and profitability of streaming.
  • EasyJet cuts its losses at the end of the 2021/2022 financial year.
  • John Wood Group confirms its revenue guidance for the 2022 financial year.
  • US banks, including JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo, are developing a plan to compensate victims of fraud on Zelle’s payment network.
  • Shell is going to buy Danish Nature Energy Biogas for almost DKK 2 billion.
  • BT Group is offering a pay rise for its UK staff to end the strikes.
  • Microchip Technology reiterates its fiscal third quarter sales forecast.
  • AstraZeneca buys Neogene Therapeutics for $320 million.
  • ASM International raises its fourth-quarter sales forecast following stronger-than-expected results in China.
  • Siemens Healthineers wins $140 million medical device order.
  • Shanghai Fosun Pharmaceutical is considering selling its Indian subsidiary Gland Pharma, Bloomberg has learned.
  • Exxon Mobil will leave Equatorial Guinea in 2026.
  • Bossard strengthens itself in Canada with an acquisition.
  • Contemporary Amperex Technology would be well positioned to acquire bankrupt Yajiang Snowway Mining Development.
  • Northvolt, backed by Volkswagen, is considering delaying its new battery site in Germany due to high energy costs.
  • Snap employees will work from their desks starting in February.
  • Today’s main publications: Wise, Motor Oil Hellas, Aroundtown, Trigano, Dottikon, Shaftesbury, EasyJet… Full agenda here.

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