$DE

Deere & Co.

  • NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE INC.
  • Producer Manufacturing
  • Trucks/Construction/Farm Machinery
  • Manufacturing
  • Farm Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing

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$441.04 ▲0.561%

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282.88 - 448.4

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By Elizabeth Howcroft LONDON (Reuters) - European stock indexes were mostly lower on Monday, finding little support from an easing of China's domestic pandemic restrictions, after market sentiment was dampened by U.S. jobs data on Friday that raised fears of persistent inflation. Asian shares had been boosted early on Monday by hopes that China's steps to ease its zero-COVID policy would support global growth and increase commodity demand. More Chinese cities announced an easing of COVID-19 measures on Sunday, after protests against the restrictions last weekend. The news boosted Chinese stocks and pushed the yuan past 7 per dollar. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was up 1.7%. But the impact on European markets was limited as investors were cautious about the extent of the reopening and remained focused on the outlook for central bank rate hikes. The MSCI world equity index, which tracks shares in 47 countries, was up just 0.3% on the day. Europe's STOXX 600 was down 0.3%, Germany's DAX was down 0.6% but London's FTSE 100 was up 0.2%. “I think for an amount of time we won’t know the real definition of zero-COVID because it has been changing and evolving very very quickly in the last two weeks," said Eddie Cheng, head of multi-asset portfolio management at Allspring Global Investment. The new easing "could add to a stronger demand for raw materials but we also need to see ... how it evolves," Cheng said. China's "zero-COVID" policies have weighed heavily on the world's second-largest economy. Services activity shrank to six-month lows in November. Market sentiment in Europe is still under pressure from "some inflation forces," Cheng said, in particular the region's energy crisis. Euro zone business activity declined for a fifth month in November, final PMI data showed, suggesting the economy was sliding into a mild recession. November's robust U.S. payrolls report knocked Wall Street on Friday as it challenged hopes for a less aggressive stance by the Federal Reserve. Futures for the S&P 500 and Nasdaq were down around 0.5% as investors waited for more data to provide clues on the Fed's next move. The euro was up 0.3% against the dollar, at around $1.05735, while the U.S. dollar index was down 0.1% at 104.31, having recovered after optimism about China's lockdown-easing sent it to five-month lows earlier in the session. Euro zone government bonds yields slipped, with the benchmark German 10-year yield at 1.837%. The European Central Bank should raise interest rates by 50 bps on Dec. 15, French central bank chief Francois Villeroy de Galhau said on Sunday, reinforcing expectations for the ECB to slow the pace of monetary tightening after back-to-back 75 bp increases. Investor attention remains focused on the pace of central banks ending their rate-hiking cycles. The Reserve Bank of Australia meets on Tuesday, and is expected to raise rates by a mere 25 basis points. The Bank of Canada meets on Wednesday and is expected to raise rates by 50 bps. "We expect that growth will take the place of inflation as the main market focus at some point in the not too distant future," said Geraldine Sundstrom, a portfolio manager at PIMCO, in emailed comments. "Central bank rhetoric is starting to point in that direction, but we won't know for sure until peak inflation is solidly in the review mirror." Oil prices rose after OPEC+ nations held their output targets steady. The Group of Seven price cap on Russian seaborne oil came into force on Monday as the West tries to limit Moscow's ability to finance its war in Ukraine. Russia has said it will not abide by the measure even if it has to cut production.

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By Wayne Cole SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian shares extended their rally on Monday as investors hoped steps to unwind pandemic restrictions in China would eventually brighten the outlook for global growth and commodity demand, nudging the dollar down against the yuan. The news helped oil prices firm as OPEC+ nations reaffirmed their output targets ahead of a European Union ban and price caps on Russian crude, which begin on Monday. [O/R] More Chinese cities announced an easing of coronavirus curbs on Sunday as Beijing tries to make its zero-COVID policy less onerous after recent unprecedented protests against restrictions. There were also reports Beijing might lower the threat classification for COVID-19, though clarity was lacking on timetables for future steps. "While the easing of some restrictions does not equate to a wholesale shift away from the dynamic COVID zero strategy just yet, it is further evidence of a shifting approach and financial markets look to be firmly focussed on the longer term outlook over the near-term hit to activity as virus cases look set to continue," said Taylor Nugent, an economist at NAB. Chinese blue chips gained 1.7%, on top of last week's 2.5% bounce, while the Hang Seng jumped 3.5%. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan added 1.7% to a three-month top, after rallying 3.7% last week. Japan's Nikkei edged up 0.1%, while South Korea eased 0.4%. EUROSTOXX 50 futures added 0.1%, while FTSE futures were flat. S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq futures both fell 0.1%. Wall Street had lost some momentum on Friday after November's robust U.S. payrolls report challenged hopes for a less aggressive Federal Reserve, though Treasuries still ended last week with solid gains. Indeed, 10-year note yields have fallen 74 basis points since early November, effectively undoing much of the tightening of the Fed's last outsized increase in cash rates. Markets are wagering Fed rates will top out at 5% and the European Central Bank around 2.5%. "But U.S. and Euro area labour demand remain surprisingly strong, and alongside a recent easing in financial conditions, the risks are shifting toward higher-than-anticipated terminal rates for both the Fed and the ECB," warns Bruce Kasman, head of economic research at JPMorgan (NYSE:JPM). "The combination of labour market resilience with sticky wage inflation adds to the risk that the Fed will deliver a higher than 5% rate forecast at its upcoming meeting and that Chair Jerome Powell's press conference will shift to more open-ended guidance regarding any near-term ceiling on rates." DOLLAR VULNERABLE The Fed meets on Dec. 14 and the ECB the day after. Speaking on Sunday, French central bank chief Francois Villeroy de Galhau said he favoured a hike of half a point next week. Central banks in Australia, Canada and India are all expected to raise their rates at meetings this week. The steep decline in U.S. yields has taken a toll on the dollar, which fell 1.4% last week on a basket of currencies to its lowest since June. It lost 3.5% on the yen alone and last traded at 134.34, leaving October's peak of 151.94 a distant memory. The euro resumed it rise to $1.0578, having added 1.3% last week to its highest since early July. [USD/] The dollar also slipped under 7.0 yuan in offshore trade to hit the lowest in three months at 6.9677. The drop in the dollar and yields has been a boon for gold, which was up 0.5% at a four-month peak of $1,807 an ounce after rising 2.3% last week. [GOL/] Oil prices bounced after OPEC+ agreed to stick to its oil output targets at a meeting on Sunday. The Group of Seven and European Union states are due on Monday to impose a $60 per barrel price cap on Russian seaborne oil, though it was not yet clear what impact this would have on global supply and prices. Brent gained $1.67 to $87.24 a barrel, while U.S. crude rose $1.46 to $81.44 per barrel.

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**UNIONE EUROPE - De Guindos della BCE: C'è alta probabilità di recessione nell'Eurozona. La decelerazione economica non sarà così profonda come previsto qualche settimana fa. I dati sulla flessione a novembre hanno dato buone notizie. L'inflazione nell'Eurozona a metà del 2023 si aggirerà intorno al 7%. L'inflazione resterà ai livelli attuali per 3 o 4 mesi. L'inflazione si ridurrà in modo più evidente nel 1° trimestre. Stiamo notando che l'inflazione sta iniziando a rallentare.

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Grazie Renato > @Renato_Decarolis said: De Agostini: Nova lancia Opa su DeA Capital finalizzata a delisting

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De Agostini: Nova lancia Opa su DeA Capital finalizzata a delisting

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Buongiorno a tutti, De Capital, cosa succede?

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**Calendario economico** **Venerdì 2 Dicembre 2022** __AUSTRALIA__ 01:30 Prestiti per abitazioni 03:40 Discorso del Governatore della RBA Lowe __UNIONE EUROPEA__ **03:40 Discorso della Presidente della BCE Lagarde** __NUOVA ZELANDA__ **05:30 Discorso del Governatore della RBNZ Orr** __GIAPPONE__ 07:00 Discorso del Governatore BoJ Kuroda __GERMANIA__ 08:00 Saldo della bilancia commerciale tedesca __UNIONE EUROPEA__ 13:00 Discorso di De Guindos della BCE __STATI UNITI__ 14:30 Salario orario medio 14:30 Retribuzione oraria media **14:30 Buste paga del settore non agricolo** 14:30 Tasso partecipazione 14:30 Libri paga non agricoli privati **14:30 Tasso di disoccupazione** __CANADA__ **14:30 Variazione nel livello di occupazione** 14:30 Tasso di disoccupazione __GERMANIA__ 14:30 Discorso del Presidente della Buba Nagel __STATI UNITI__ 19:00 Impianti trivellazione USA Baker Hughes 19:00 Dati di Baker Hughes sul numero totale degli impianti di estrazione negli USA

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de Santis is a credible 2024 winner and Tim Cook doesn't want to be on wrong side of him

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Stellantis: acquistera' 50% Corretora de Seguros

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**MERCATI ASIA** - In Asia i titoli azionari hanno oscillato tra perdite e guadagni, mentre gli investitori valutavano i recenti sviluppi in Cina in attesa de discorso di Powell della Fed di oggi (ore 19:30 italiane). - I titoli azionari di riferimento di Hong Kong hanno aperto in ribasso, poi sono saliti prima di crollare di nuovo durante la prima ora di contrattazioni. Per le azioni della Cina continentale, il quadro è stato molto simile. - Le azioni australiane hanno recuperato le perdite iniziali per la pubblicazione di dati macroeconomici che evidenziano una possibile contrazione dell'inflazione, mentre il mercato giapponese è rimasto negativo dopo i dati che hanno mostrato un deciso calo della produzione industriale, calo più netto del previsto. - I futures statunitensi sono saliti dopo la chiusura di Wall Street e in vista del discorso di Powell sull'economia e sul mercato del lavoro. - Nonostante le turbolenze, l'indice azionario globale ha registrato il secondo guadagno mensile, portando la perdita annuale al 18%.

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**UNIONE EUROPEA - De Cos della BCE:** Il PIL spagnolo del 4° trimestre sarà probabilmente simile a quello del 3° trimestre. È probabile che l'inflazione core spagnola inizi ad allentarsi in primavera. Non posso prevedere di quanto debbano salire i tassi.

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**DATI MACRO** GERMANIA **IAPC tedesco (Annuale) (Nov) 11,3% (Previsione 11,3%, Precedente 11,6%)** IAPC tedesco (Mensile) (Nov) 0,0% (Previsione 0,1%, Precedente 1,1%) **IPC in Germania (Annuale) (Nov) 10,0% (Previsione 10,4%, Precedente 10,4%)** IPC in Germania (Mensile) (Nov) -0,5% (Previsione -0,2%, Precedente 0,9%) Rapporto CPI tedesco novembre 2022. https://www.destatis.de/DE/Themen/Wirtschaft/Preise/Verbraucherpreisindex/

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By Hannah Lang, Niket Nishant and Manya Saini (Reuters) -Cryptocurrency lender BlockFi has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, it said on Monday, the latest industry casualty after the firm was hurt by exposure to the spectacular collapse of the FTX exchange earlier this month. The filing in a New Jersey court comes as crypto prices have plummeted. The price of bitcoin, the most popular digital currency by far, is down more than 70% from a 2021 peak. "BlockFi's Chapter 11 restructuring underscores significant asset contagion risks associated with the crypto ecosystem," said Monsur Hussain, senior director at Fitch Ratings. New Jersey-based BlockFi, founded by fintech executive-turned-crypto entrepreneur Zac Prince, said in a bankruptcy filing that its substantial exposure to FTX created a liquidity crisis. FTX, founded by Sam Bankman-Fried, filed for protection in the United States this month after traders pulled $6 billion from the platform in three days and rival exchange Binance abandoned a rescue deal. "Although the debtors' exposure to FTX is a major cause of this bankruptcy filing, the debtors do not face the myriad issues apparently facing FTX," said the bankruptcy filing by Mark Renzi, managing director at Berkeley Research Group, the proposed financial advisor for BlockFi. "Quite the opposite." BlockFi said the liquidity crisis was due to its exposure to FTX via loans to Alameda, a crypto trading firm affiliated with FTX, as well as cryptocurrencies held on FTX's platform that became trapped there. BlockFi listed its assets and liabilities as being between $1 billion and $10 billion. BlockFi on Monday also sued a holding company for Bankman-Fried, seeking to recover shares in Robinhood Markets Inc (NASDAQ:HOOD) pledged as collateral three weeks ago, before BlockFi and FTX filed for bankruptcy protection. Renzi said BlockFi had sold a portion of its crypto assets earlier in November to fund its bankruptcy. Those sales raised $238.6 million in cash, and BlockFi now has $256.5 million in cash on hand. In a court filing on Monday, BlockFi listed FTX as its second-largest creditor, with $275 million owed on a loan extended earlier this year. It said it owes money to more than 100,000 creditors. The company also said in a separate filing it plans to lay off two-thirds of its 292 employees. Under a deal signed with FTX in July BlockFi was to receive a $400 million revolving credit facility while FTX got an option to buy it for up to $240 million. BlockFi's bankruptcy filing also comes after two of BlockFi's largest competitors, Celsius Network and Voyager Digital, filed for bankruptcy in July, citing extreme market conditions that had led to losses at both companies. Crypto lenders, the de facto banks of the crypto world, boomed during the pandemic, attracting retail customers with double-digit rates in return for their cryptocurrency deposits. Crypto lenders are not required to hold capital or liquidity buffers like traditional lenders and some found themselves exposed when a shortage of collateral forced them - and their customers - to shoulder large losses. BlockFi's first bankruptcy hearing is scheduled to take place on Tuesday. FTX did not respond to a request for comment. CREDITOR LIST BlockFi's largest creditor is Ankura Trust, which represents creditors in stressed situations and is owed $729 million. Valar Ventures, a Peter Thiel-linked venture capital fund, owns 19% of BlockFi equity shares. BlockFi also listed the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission as one of its largest creditors, with a $30 million claim. In February, a BlockFi subsidiary agreed to pay $100 million to the SEC and 32 states to settle charges in connection with a retail crypto lending product the company offered to nearly 600,000 investors. Bain Capital Ventures and Tiger Global co-led BlockFi's March 2021 funding round, BlockFi said in a press release issued at the time. Both firms did not immediately respond to a request for comment. In a blog post, BlockFi said its Chapter 11 cases will enable the company to stabilize its business and maximize value for all stakeholders. "Acting in the best interest of our clients is our top priority and continues to guide our path forward," BlockFi said. In its bankruptcy filing, BlockFi said it had hired Kirkland & Ellis and Haynes & Boone as bankruptcy counsel. BlockFi had earlier paused withdrawals from its platform. In a filing, Renzi said Blockfi intends to seek authority to honor client withdrawal requests from its customer wallet accounts, in which crypto assets are held in custody. However, the company did not disclose plans for how it might treat withdrawal requests from its other products, including interest-bearing accounts. "BlockFi clients may ultimately recover a substantial portion of their investments," Renzi said in the filing. ORIGINS BlockFi was founded in 2017 by Prince, currently the company's chief executive officer, and Flori Marquez. Though headquartered in Jersey City, BlockFi also has offices in New York, Singapore, Poland and Argentina, according to its website. In July, Prince had tweeted that "it's time to stop putting BlockFi in the same bucket / sentence as Voyager and Celsius." "Two months ago we looked the 'same.' They shut down and have impending losses for their clients," he said. According to a profile of BlockFi published earlier this year by Inc, Prince was raised in San Antonio, Texas, and financed his college education at the University of Oklahoma and Texas State University with winnings from online poker tournaments. Before starting BlockFi with Marquez, he held jobs at Orchard Platform, a broker dealer, and at Zibby, a lease-to-own lender now called Katapult. Marquez previously worked at Bond Street, a small business lending outfit that was folded into Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) in 2017, according to Inc.

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**MERCATI ASIA** - I titoli azionari asiatici sono saliti grazie alla ripresa delle azioni cinesi dopo il crollo causato dai disordini a livello nazionale per i limiti imposti per il contenimento de Covid. Il dollaro è sceso rispetto alla maggior parte delle valute principali a causa del calo della domanda di beni rifugio. - L'indice azionario di riferimento di Hong Kong è salito di oltre il 3%, mentre la sua controparte continentale ha guadagnato circa il 2%, grazie alla forte presenza della polizia nelle principali città cinesi che ha scoraggiato il ripetersi delle proteste del fine settimana. Alcuni investitori hanno ipotizzato che le proteste avrebbero accelerato un allontanamento dalle politiche di Covid-zero, mentre altri sono stati incoraggiati dalla revoca del divieto pluriennale di emissione/vendita di azioni da parte dei costruttori. - I titoli azionari del Giappone sono rimasti in ribasso, mentre quelli dell'Australia hanno guadagnato leggermente. Dopo che l'S&P 500 ha ridotto il suo guadagno mensile durante la sessione di Wall Street, i futures statunitensi sono saliti leggermente. - Bullard della Fed ha dichiarato che i mercati potrebbero sottovalutare la probabilità di un aumento dei tassi di interesse. Il suo omologo Williams ha dichiarato che i politici devono ancora lavorare per ridurre l'inflazione. Brainard ha inoltre affermato che una serie di shock sull'offerta mantiene alto il rischio di inflazione.

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**Calendario economico** **Martedì 29 Novembre 2022** __GIAPPONE__ 00:30 Rapporto fra domande e offerte di lavoro 00:50 Vendite al dettaglio __SVIZZERA__ 09:00 PIL __UNIONE EUROPEA__ 09:10 Discorso di De Guindos della BCE __REGNO UNITO__ 13:35 Mann membro della BoE (MPC) __GERMANIA__ **14:00 IPC in Germania** __CANADA__ **14:30 PIL** UNIONE EUROPEA__ 14:30 Discorso di Schnabel membro della BCE __STATI UNITI__ 15:00 Indice HPI S&P/CS Composite-21 non destagionalizzato __REGNO UNITO__ **16:00 Discorso del Gov. della BoE Bailey** __STATI UNITI__ 16:00 Rapporto sulla fiducia dei consumatori 22:30 Scorte settimanali di petrolio __NUOVA ZELANDA__ 22:45 Permessi di costruzione rilasciati

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**UNIONE EUROPEA - De Cos della BCE:** Il QT deve essere graduale e prevedibile. La solvibilità delle banche potrebbe risentire del rallentamento. Gli aumenti finora non sono sufficienti per riportare l'inflazione all'obiettivo.

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mi riferisco ad esempio a quello visto oggi nella diretta intermarket con l'andamento de titoli bancari e l'indice da inizio anno

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By Peter Nurse Investing.com -- Stocks in focus in premarket trade on Friday, November 25th. Please refresh for updates. Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) stock rose 2% after the electric car manufacturer said its Full Self Driving Beta software is now available in North America, overshadowing news that it has to recall more than 80,000 China-made and imported cars for software and seat belt issues. Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ:ATVI) stock fell 3.4% after Politico reported that the FTC is likely to try and block Microsoft's (NASDAQ:MSFT) purchase of the videogame publisher. Coinbase (NASDAQ:COIN) stock rose 0.1% with the cryptocurrency exchange benefiting from the news that Binance is set to donate $1 billion to an industry recovery fund in the wake of FTX’s bankruptcy. Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) stock rose 0.1% at the start of the crucial shopping season for the online retailer, even with industrial action planned in more than 30 countries over calls for better pay. Deere & Co (NYSE : DE) stock fell 0.1% despite JPMorgan lifting its target price on the agricultural machinery manufacturer to $440 from $415 after its strong quarter. Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) stock fell 0.9% as China’s COVID curbs continue to impact the tech giant’s main iPhone-making plant, following on from violent protests earlier this week. Manchester United (NYSE:MANU) stock soared 9.3%, continuing to gain from the news that the Glazer family is open to selling the English soccer team.

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Und da gibt es schon de jure keine Nachschusspflicht

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Rapporto completo sul PIL tedesco del 3° trimestre 2022. https://www.destatis.de/DE/Presse/Pressemitteilungen/2022/11/PD22_493_811.html

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https://www.bafin.de/SharedDocs/Veroeffentlichungen/DE/Aufsichtsrecht/Verfuegung/vf_20220930_Allgemeinverfuegung_Produktintervention_bezueglich_Futures.html?nn=7846700#Start

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**UNIONE EUROPEA - De Guindos della BCE: l'inflazione potrebbe aver raggiunto o essere molto vicina a un picco.** **Knot della BCE:** non mi è chiaro se il 3% sarà il tasso terminale della BCE nel ciclo attuale. **Lane della BCE:** non ho visto un periodo prolungato di crescita negativa.

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**UNIONE EUROPEA - ITALIA De Guindos della BCE: l'Italia ha bisogno di riforme strutturali per stimolare la crescita e la sua politica fiscale è stata estremamente prudente.**

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**__Calendario economico__** **Giovedì 24 Novembre 2022** Festa - Stati Uniti - Giorno del Ringraziamento ------------------------------------------------------- __ORARI DI NEGOZIAZIONE__ **Azionario USA:** chiuso **Derivati USA (CME):** __Futures su Titoli di Stato e Indici:__ chiusura anticipata alle 19:00 (termine operatività intraday ore 18:15 e 18:35) __Futures su Valute:__ aperto __Futures su prodotti Agricoli:__ chiuso __Futures su prodotti Energetici e Metalli:__ chiusura anticipata alle 20:30 (termine operatività intraday ore 20:20 e 19:45) **Opzioni USA (CBOE):** chiuso ------------------------------------------------------- __GIAPPONE__ 01:30 Indice PMI servizi __GERMANIA__ 10:00 Aspettative di business tedesco 10:00 Valutazione dell'attuale situazione tedesca **10:00 Indice IFO sulla fiducia delle aziende in Germania** __REGNO UNITO__ 10:45 Discorso di Ramsden, membro del MPC __GERMANIA__ 11:00 Discorso di Mauderer membro della Buba tedesca 11:00 Discorso di Buch Vice Presidente della Buba tedesca 11:00 Discorso di Wuermeling membro della Buba tedesca __REGNO UNITO__ 11:30 Discorso di Pill, membro del Comitato per la politica monetaria MPC 12:00 Tendenza degli ordini industriali __UNIONE EUROPEA__ 12:15 Discorso di De Guindos della BCE **13:30 La BCE pubblica le minute del meeting inerente le decisioni di politica monetaria** 14:00 Discorso di Schnabel membro della BCE 14:15 Discorso di Enria membro della BCE __REGNO UNITO__ 14:45 Mann membro della BoE (MPC) __GERMANIA__ 17:00 Discorso del Presidente della Buba Nagel __NUOVA ZELANDA__ 22:45 Vendite al dettaglio

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By Peter Nurse Investing.com -- Stocks in focus in premarket trade on Wednesday, November 23rd. Please refresh for updates. Nordstrom (NYSE:JWN) stock fell 7.7% after the upstream clothing retailer said net sales at its retail stores fell 3.4% in its third quarter, trimming its net profit forecast for the fiscal year ending January 2023. HP (NYSE:HPQ) stock rose 3.1% after the PC maker said it expects to cut up to 6,000 jobs by the end of fiscal 2025, or about 12% of its global workforce, cutting costs at a time when sales of personal computers and laptops are sliding. Deere (NYSE: DE) stock rose 3.7% after the company reported a higher-than-expected quarterly profit on strong sales accelerated by price hikes for its agriculture and construction equipment and forecast higher net income next year. Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) stock fell 0.2% after violent protests broke out at the world’s largest iPhone assembly plant, owned by Foxconn, which has already been under strict COVID-19 restrictions for a month. VMware (NYSE:VMW) stock fell 1.3% after the cloud computing company missed quarterly profit and sales expectations while Broadcom’s $61 billion acquisition deal is now on the radar of Britain's competition regulator. Credit Suisse (NYSE:CS) stock fell 2.4% after the Swiss banking giant said it expects to lose around $1.6B in the current quarter due to an exodus of wealthy clients. Manchester United (NYSE:MANU) stock rose 8.4% after its owners, the Glazer family, said it will consider a potential sale of the underperforming club. Autodesk (NASDAQ:ADSK) stock fell 9.5% after the software company issued disappointing fourth-quarter revenue guidance, citing lower demand for multi-year, up-front contracts.

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Key Metrics

Market Cap

134.49 B

Beta

0.76

Avg. Volume

1.84 M

Shares Outstanding

301.82 M

Yield

0.97%

Public Float

0

Next Earnings Date

2023-02-17

Next Dividend Date

Company Information

Deere & Company is a world leader in providing advanced products, technology and services for customers whose work is revolutionizing agriculture and construction - those who cultivate, harvest, transform, enrich and build upon the land to meet the world's increasing need for food, fuel, shelter and infrastructure.

CEO: John May

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HQ: 1 John Deere Pl Moline, 61265-8098 Illinois

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