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Umicore revises slightly its 2021 outlook Umicore revises slightly its full year 2021 outlook and now expects adjusted EBIT to approach € 1 billion. This compares to the previous expectation of adjusted EBIT slightly exceeding € 1 billion as communicated on 30 July and reflects the recent decline in PGM prices, as well as a stronger than anticipated impact of the global semiconductor shortage on car production. Despite this more challenging market context, Umicore remains fully on track to deliv
BOUSSARD & GAVAUDAN HOLDING LIMITED Ordinary Shares The Directors of Boussard & Gavaudan Holding Limited would like to announce the following information for the Company. Close of business 15 Oct 2021. Estimated NAV Euro SharesSterling SharesEstimated NAV€ 28.1508£ 24.3964Estimated MTD return 0.91 % 0.88 %Estimated YTD return 8.54 % 7.15 %Estimated ITD return 181.51 % 143.96 % NAV and returns are calculated net of management and performance fees Market information Euro SharesAmsterdam (AEX)Londo
SAMPO PLC STOCK EXCHANGE RELEASE 18/10/2021 at 08:30 am Sampo plc’s share buybacks 15/10/2021 On 15/10/2021 Sampo plc (business code 0142213-3, LEI 743700UF3RL386WIDA22) has acquired its own A shares (ISIN code FI0009003305) as follows: Sampo plc’s share buybacksAggregated daily volume (in number of shares)Daily weighted average price of the purchased shares*Market (MIC Code) 21,91945.63AQEU 36,83045.68CEUX 1,63445.66TQEX 60,17045.68XHELTOTAL120,55345.67 *rounded to two decimals On 1 October 202
PARIS & LONDON & NEW YORK, October 18, 2021--Antin Infrastructure Partners announced today to that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire a majority stake in Origis Energy.
BRUSSELS, October 18, 2021--Regulatory News: AudioValley (Paris:ALAVY) (Brussels:ALAVY), an international specialist in B2B digital audio solutions, (ISIN code: BE0974334667 / ticker symbol: ALAVY) is today publishing its results for the first half of 2021 and its turnover for the third quarter of 2021. The half-yearly accounts for the period ending 30 June 2021 were approved by the Board of Directors on 15 October 2021.
BOUSSARD & GAVAUDAN HOLDING LIMITED Ordinary Shares The Directors of Boussard & Gavaudan Holding Limited would like to announce the following information for the Company. Close of business 15 Oct 2021. Estimated NAV Euro Shares Sterling Shares Estimated NAV € 28.1508 £ 24.3964 Estimated MTD return 0.91 % 0.88 % Estimated YTD return 8.54 % 7.15 % Estimated ITD return 181.51 % 143.96 % NAV and returns are calculated net of management and performance fees Market information Euro Shares Amsterdam (A
GENEVA, Switzerland, October 18, 2021--Regulatory News: GeNeuro (Paris:GNRO) (Euronext Paris: CH0308403085 - GNRO), a biopharmaceutical company developing new treatments for neurological and autoimmune diseases, announced today that the NINDS, part of the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH), presented novel pre-clinical results at the American Neurological Association (ANA) annual meeting, October 17-19, confirming in pre-clinical models of ALS the neurotoxic properties of HERV-K ENV, a ret
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Having kissed goodbye his own newborn baby daughter to go on the Wallabies tour, prop Allan Alaalatoa can empathise with star winger Marika Koroibete's shock decision to stay home.In a blow to Australia's hopes as they take on Japan, Scotland, England and Wales over the next five weeks, workhorse Koroibete opted to remain with his Melbourne-based family, who welcomed a third son in July.
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The Washington Football Team retired Sean Taylor's number on Sunday at FedEx Field before their game against the Chiefs.
Decommissioning the first step in Telix Pharmaceuticals’ plan to commence production of medical radioisotopes in EuropeMELBOURNE, Australia and BRUSSELS, Belgium, Oct. 18, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Telix Pharmaceuticals Limited (ASX: TLX, ‘Telix’, the ‘Company’) and SCK CEN (the Belgian Nuclear Research Centre) today announce that the first of two cyclotrons has been removed from the Company’s licensed radiopharmaceutical production facility in Brussels (Seneffe), Belgium. This follows the Belgia
South Australia's new parliamentary speaker will forgo the perks of his job, including a big pay bump, with a pledge to donate the money to his local community.Dan Cregan took over as speaker earlier this month when Labor backed a controversial move by crossbench MPs to ensure the office was held by an independent.
Taiwan tech giant Foxconn unveiled its first three electric vehicle prototypes on Monday, underscoring ambitious plans to diversify away from its role of building consumer electronics for Apple Inc and other tech firms. The vehicles - an SUV, a sedan and a bus - were made by Foxtron, a joint venture between Foxconn and Taiwanese car maker Yulon Motor Co Ltd. Foxtron Vice Chairman Tso Chi-sen told reporters that electric vehicles would be worth a trillion Taiwan dollars to Foxconn in five years time - a figure equivalent to around $35 billion.
Ashes aspirants from NSW and Victoria are hopeful of finally playing some competitive cricket next week, making a belated start to the race for spots in Australia's Test squad.Nathan Lyon headlines the list of players based in Sydney and Melbourne itching to launch their season after a long break, having been in a holding pattern since the start of September.
Malaysia's Court of Appeal on Monday granted a request from former prime minister Najib Razak, who was convicted on graft charges last year, to temporarily release his passport so he can attend the birth of his grandchild in Singapore, a prosecutor said. Najib was sentenced in July 2020 to 12 years' jail for corruption and money laundering in a case linked to a multibillion-dollar scandal https://www.reuters.com/world/asia-pacific/how-malaysia-is-seeking-recover-billions-dollars-missing-1mdb-2021-05-11 at now-defunct state fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB). The court on Monday allowed Najib to retrieve his passport from Oct. 20 to Nov. 22 so that he could be with his daughter who is expected to give birth in Singapore next month, media reported.
Matt Harmon recaps the five things he cares about and five things he does not care about coming out of the Week 6 Sunday NFL action.
Though there weren’t ‘dozens of people’, there were enough that ‘collectively, they could have gotten together and done something’
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When Nigel Upson checks the plucked chicken carcasses dangling from a rotating line at his poultry plant in England, he sees cash haemorrhaging out of his business from a collision of events that has distressed every part of the farm-to-fork supply chain. Like food manufacturers across Britain, Upson was hit this year by an exodus of eastern European workers who, deterred by Brexit paperwork, left en masse when COVID restrictions lifted, compounding his already soaring cost of feed and fuel. Such is the scale of the hit, he cut output by 10% and hiked wages by 11%, a rise that was immediately matched or bettered by neighbouring employers in the northeast of England.