NYSE Stock Market News, NASDAQ on 04.10.2016

NYSE Stock Market News, NASDAQ on 04.10.2016

● Avast Software Company, one of the most popular antivirus solutions in the world announced the acquisition of AVG Technologies, another security software vendor
● Social network Facebook developed the Marketplace project, which makes it possible to sell and buy things from other users, who live a short distance from each other.
● Microsoft has placed bonds on $19,75 billion to buy social network LinkedIn
● Сервис онлайн заказа еды Takeaway.com оценен в 1,1 USD billion for IPO

● Greece has blocked 500000 bank accounts in the amount 1,6 billion euros
● The US government has closed 2016 fiscal year, which is over 30 September, with a debt level of $19,573 trillion. In just one year, debt has grown by more than $1,4 trillion.
● In Germany, they started talking about an economic war with the United States. German politicians also started talking about, that the accusations made by the American authorities against Volkswagen and Deutsche Bank are “economic war” on the part of the USA in relation to the FRG.
● Darden Restaurants (NYSE: DRI) reported receiving 1 quarter profit of $110,2 million (87 cents per share), compared to a profit of $86,4 million (67 cents per share).
● Iran and Libya continued to increase oil production
● Netflix Inc shares. (NFLX) have grown by more than 4% Monday, due to the assumption, что сервис потокового video может быть целью для поглощения Walt Disney Co. (DIS).
● Shares of VirnetX Holding (VHC) took off by more than 45% at the beginning of trading on Monday after, as the company said, that it won a lawsuit against $302,4 million against Apple Inc. (AAPL) for patent infringement.
● The United States ended talks with Russia on a ceasefire in Syria, which lowers hopes for a political settlement of the conflict in the country
● BP suspended work on one of its North Sea platforms due to small oil spill on Sunday.
● The European Commission intends to force Alphabet, холдинговую компанию Google, make changes to your business model and collect heavy fines from it for violating antitrust laws.
● Google together with Tata Trusts launched a program in India, to train millions of women in rural areas to use the Internet.
● Facebook is in talks with several countries to conduct drone tests, which in the future would provide Internet connection in remote regions
● Ericsson plans to reduce 3000 people in Sweden, to reduce costs amid growing competition in the telecommunications equipment sector
● Samsung BioLogics, Samsung Pharmaceuticals, going to attract $1,7-2 billion during the IPO in November. The company can be valued at $8,2 billion
● Bass Pro Shops, one of the largest sellers of hunting and fishing goods in the USA, will acquire Cabela’s competitor for $5,5 billion, including debt.

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