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Every day, the MarketScreener team selects the most important news on listed companies around the world. Here is a small summary for your convenience (The list is updated during the day):

  • TotalEnergies and Deutsche ReGas are in talks for an LNG import deal in Germany.
  • Airbus is in talks to sell around 12 additional A220 jetliners to Delta Air Lines.
  • JPMorgan’s profit fell in the second quarter, hit by higher provisions to cover potential losses, amid quantitative tightening.
  • Morgan Stanley also posted lower quarterly earnings.
  • Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing announces a 76.3% increase in net profit in the second quarter.
  • Netflix selects Microsoft to manage advertising on its platform.
  • Hugo Boss raises its forecast for annual results.
  • Kone Oyj lowers its outlook for 2022.
  • Ericsson announces an operating profit of 7.3 billion SEK in the second quarter.
  • The Swatch Group announces an 18.5% increase in its net profit to 320 million Swiss francs.
  • Partners Group buys 19 logistics assets in Finland.
  • Panasonic wants to invest $4 billion in a battery factory in the United States.
  • Bayer is selling its Nebido testosterone treatment to pharmaceutical company Gruenenthal.
  • Deutsche Telekom will sell 51% of the capital of its antenna subsidiary to Brookfield and DigitalBridge.
  • American Airlines receives approval from the US Department of Transportation to serve Cuban airports.
  • Umicore plans to build an active cathode battery materials plant in Canada.
  • Intel said on Thursday it has begun notifying customers that it plans to raise prices for most of its products due to rising costs.
  • Twitter said it does not anticipate any company-wide layoffs, but will likely continue to restructure its operations.
  • Conocophillips has announced it will take a 30% stake in Sempra Energy’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant in Port Arthur, Texas, as the U.S. oil and gas producer expands its LNG operations to meet in high demand.
  • Occidental Petroleum – Berkshire Hathaway, led by Warren Buffett, said it bought an additional 4.3 million shares of the oil company this week, raising its stake to 19.2%.
  • Amazon – The e-commerce giant has offered to refrain from using seller data for its own retail operations and made other concessions in a bid to close an antitrust investigation, regulators said. the EU.
  • Regeneron Pharmaceuticals – The pharmaceutical company announced that the Phase III trial of Dupixent (Dupilumab) showed positive results in children aged 1-11 years with eosinophilic esophagitis.
  • Alphabet – The Italian competition authority (AGCM) announced Thursday that it has opened an investigation against Google for alleged abuse of a dominant position in data portability, an accusation that the group has denied.

Top earnings reports of the day: Taiwan Semiconductor, JPMorgan, Morgan Stanley, Barrick Gold Corporation… The whole agenda here.

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