PARIS (Reuters) – Key actions to be monitored on Vall Street on Monday, in which futures on key indexes predict a fall of around 0.3%:
* APPLE loses 1.5% in pre-market exchange. According to the Vall Street Journal, the group has reduced its production orders for three models of the iPhone model in September in the past few weeks. The action fell by 11.6% since the beginning of the month.
* MICRON TECHNOLOGIES fell 2% in response to Financial Times's news that Chinese authorities are advancing in their investigation into alleged violations of antitrust by Micron and South Korea's Samsung Electronics and SK Hinik. China, the world's largest importer of memory chips, accounted for half of Micron's revenue last year.
* JD.COM – China's online trading group reported revenue better than expected in the third quarter, but the turnover of 104.8 billion yuan (13.2 billion euros) has passed the consensus that according to IBES Refinance was 106.2 billions. Cattle, which initially grew on the market, then declined to 5.9%.
* PFIZER announced on Friday that it plans to raise the price of 41 drugs in the United States since January, after falling for the first time this year under the pressure of US President Donald Trump.
* PG & E – A California electricity company, investors are afraid to see at the port after a devastating Fire Camp, they said on Friday that another of its power lines collapsed in the morning of 8 November, when a fire was set on fire. The action, very unstable, has lost more than 60% of its value since the onset of the disaster.
* ZAIO GROUP HOLDINGS – The operator of the fiber optic network in North America and Europe received interest from a group of investors, including assets managed by BLACKSTONE GROUP and KKR & Co, the Bloomberg agency reported on Sunday. On November 7, Zaio announced his intention to split into two listed companies, one of which takes over the communication infrastructure, and the other is dedicated to business services. Title Zaio earns 7% in Avant-Bourse.
* COLFAKS – The specialist of industrial equipment announced on Monday the purchase of medical device manufacturers DJO Global for $ 3.15 billion (2.76 billion euros) in cash to BLACKSTONE.
* RESOLUTE ENERGY jumped 8.2% in avant-bourse after announcing its acquisition for CIMAREX ENERGY for $ 1.6 billion, giving 2.5%.
* AKUESTIVE THERAPEUTICS is hoping to get the approval of its Tadalafil, a erectile dysfunction treatment that competes with PFIZER Viagra and Cialis ELI LILLI, despite the first negative response Friday by the Food and Drug Administration of the FDA), an American health authority. The title lost 6% in trading after the vault after this announcement.
* BLACKBERRY – The Canadian Technology Group in New York has risen 2% to $ 9.14 in the IPO after rating increases from "neutral" CIBC to "superior" value.