JD.COM IS FILLED IN WALL STREET
PARIS (Reuters) – Dividends are expected on Monday by Wall Street underwriters, with major futures futures down by about 0.3 percent:
* APPLE will lose 1.5% on market exchanges. According to Wall Street Journal, the group has lowered production orders for three iPhone models in recent weeks in September. Since the beginning of the month the shares have dropped by 11.6%.
* According to Financial Times news, MICRON TECHNOLOGY has dropped by 2%, Chinese authorities have been investigating antimonopoly violations by Micron and South Korean Samsung Electronics and SK Hynix. China, the world's largest importer of memory chips, last year reached half of the Micron.
* JD.COM – China's trading group is better off expectations than expected in the third quarter, but its turnover is 104.8 billion yuan ($ 13.2 billion compared to IBES Refinitiv 106.2 billion Initially, the stock market grew, , Reduced to 9%.
* PFIZER announced on Friday that it would raise 41 US drug prices in January after the first fall under the pressure of US President Donald Trump.
* PG & E – California Electric Company, investors are afraid to see Lock-fire after a firefighter camp, said another Friday morning on November 8 when another fire broke out. Extremely fluctuating, over 60% of its value has been lost since the accident.
* ZAYO GROUP HOLDINGS – Fiber optic operator in North America and Europe has received an interest in the group of investors, including funds managed by BLACKSTONE GROUP and KKR & Co, Bloomberg. On November 7, Zayo expressed its intention to distribute to two listed companies, one for communications infrastructure and the other for business. The title of "Zaan" gets 7% in Avant-Bout.
* COLFAX – Industrial Equipment Specialist announced Monday that it has purchased a DJO Global medical device manufacturer for paying $ 3.15 billion (2.76 billion euros) to BLACKSTONE.
* Avant-Borsada grew by 8.2% after RESOLUTE ENERGY announced its purchase of $ 1.6 billion by CIMAREX ENERGY.
* AQUESTIVE THERAPEUTICS hopes to approve Tadalafil for the treatment of erectile dysfunction competing with the PFIZER Viagra and Cialis ELI LILLY, despite the Friday's first negative response from Food and Drug Administration. FDA), the U.S. Health Authority. After that announcement, the name lost 6% of the market after sales.
* BLACKBERRY – The Canadian technology group listed in New York will rise to IPO from 2% to $ 9.14 after raising the CIBC's "neutrality" to "raise".