PRESS RELEASE – REGULATED INFORMATION Notification of transactions in shares by persons discharging managerial responsibility ("PDMRs") Cambridge (UK) 19 April 2021: The Company makes the following announcement and notification in respect of the EU Market Abuse Regulation. 1Details of the person discharging managerial responsibilities / person closely associateda)NameGuido Van der Schueren2Reason for the notificationa)Position/statusChairmanb)Initial notification/AmendmentInitial notification3Details of the issuer, emission allowance market participant, auction platform, auctioneer or auction monitora)NameGlobal Graphics PLCb)LEI213800ZFW446QIHAB6544Details of the transaction(s): section to be repeated for (i) each type of instrument; (ii) each type of transaction; (iii) each date; and (iv) each place where transactions have been conducteda)Description of the financial instrument, type of instrumentIdentification codeOrdinary shareGB00BYN5BY03b)Nature of the transactionAcquisition of shares.c)Price(s) and volume(s)PriceEUR 3.9828Volume6,000d)Aggregated information- Aggregated volume - Price 6,000EUR 23,897e)Date of the transaction16 April 2021f)Place of the transactionEuronext Brussels About Global Graphics PLCThrough its operating subsidiaries, Global Graphics PLC (Euronext Brussels: GLOG) is a leading developer of integrated hardware and software solutions for graphics and industrial inkjet printing. Customers include press manufacturers such as HP, Canon, Durst, Roland, Hymmen and Mark Andy. Global Graphics PLC is headquartered in Cambridge UK. Its subsidiary companies are printing software developers Global Graphics Software; the industrial printhead driver solutions specialists, Meteor Inkjet; pre-press workflow developers Xitron and enterprise software developer HYBRID Software. Contacts Jill TaylorGraeme HuttleyCorporate Communications DirectorChief Financial OfficerTel: +44 (0)1223 926489Tel: +44 (0)1223 926472Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgEmail: email@example.com
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(Bloomberg) -- Renesas Electronics Corp. said it is aiming to resume shipments from its fire-hit chip factory at full capacity by early July, roughly in line with its previous target.The Japanese chipmaker suffered a fire at its facility in Naka, north of Tokyo, on March 19, exacerbating shortages in the technology supply chain as it recovers from the Covid-19 pandemic. The company, which restarted partial production at the plant over the weekend, had said previously it would need about 100 days to bring the factory back to full shipments.“I appreciate all the help from our partners that enabled us to restart the factory without falling behind,” said Chief Executive Officer Hidetoshi Shibata at a briefing in Tokyo on Monday.Shibata said the plant should be able to resume full production in late May and then reach its previous shipping volumes about a month later. He said it may take slightly longer than 100 days, by a week or 10 days.The company’s shares rose 4.3% on Monday.The incident hit as the global semiconductor industry is suffering through unprecedented shortages, leaving automakers in particular short of components that they need for their vehicles. Even before the fire, car manufacturers were expected to miss out on $61 billion of sales this year alone. Renesas is one of the top providers of automotive chips, used by virtually all the top carmakers.Read more: Renesas Restarts Fire-Hit Chip Factory Days Ahead of ScheduleRenesas warned in March that there would be a vacuum of about a month when the company would be unable to ship chips from the factory. The company had asked other chipmakers to deliver components to customers on its behalf, but estimated it would lose revenue of as much as 24 billion yen due to the fire.“Sales in the second quarter could decrease due to the fire, which may reduce the company’s operating income by 10 billion to 15 billion yen,” Bloomberg Intelligence’s Masahiro Wakasugi said.Shibata declined to provide details of the fire’s financial impact, saying the company would give an update with its next earnings announcement.Renesas, whose chips are used by Toyota Motor Corp., Ford Motor Co. and Nissan Motor Co., gets about half its revenue from car chips. The Naka plant makes parts used in automotive and industrial applications.(Updates with shares in the fifth paragraph. A previous version of this story corrected the timeframe of the company’s previously announced plan.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.
With record daily spikes all of last week, the Indian capital is now the worst-hit city in the country.
Russian metals producer Nornickel said on Monday it had signed a long-term agreement to supply nickel and cobalt to chemicals company Johnson Matthey to produce materials used to make electric vehicle (EV) batteries. Nornickel, one of the world's largest producers of nickel, said last week it would boost output of nickel products at its Harjavalta refinery in Finland, betting on an expanding market for battery materials for EVs in Europe. Harjavalta's products "will be playing an important role in satisfying Johnson Matthey’s requirements for its precursor and cathode active materials production in Finland as well as for its existing factory in Poland," Nornickel said in a statement.
Biden may send $4 billion in aid to Central American nations, but the chances of it improving life — and stopping the flow of immigrants — are low.
Apr. 19—New American restaurant Clover announced Saturday that it is closing its doors permanently, and the property that includes a restored Craftsman-style house with a large patio, garden and detached building, at 913 E. Sharp Ave., is up for sale. Clover, known for its locally sourced ingredients and inventive and seasonal menus, opened in 2012 and offered takeout for much of the pandemic ...
"On the Tidings of Time" (published by Trafford Publishing) is the second poetry collection by celebrated German poet, novelist and opera librettist Ralph Günther Mohnnau.
The pandemic has fundamentally changed how Americans took to the roads, and that changed how they hit the pumps as well. While the essential employees continue to drive to work, many consumers find themselves commuting less and limiting their daily activities. As a result, the Motor Fuels Index from The NPD Group reveals U.S. consumers decreased their fuel-buying visits and became more focused on the one-stop shop last year.
Jurors will hear closing arguments on Monday before they begin deliberating on whether the way former Minneapolis policeman Derek Chauvin knelt on the neck of a dying George Floyd in last year's arrest was murder. Prosecutors have told the jury they are weighing the guilt of only one man, but their verdict will nonetheless be widely seen as a reckoning in the way the United States polices Black people. Chauvin, who is white, pushed his knee into the neck of Floyd, a 46-year-old handcuffed Black man, for more than nine minutes on May 25, 2020, outside the grocery store that had accused Floyd of using a counterfeit $20 bill to buy cigarettes.
Shootings in Austin, Texas and Kenosha County, Wisconsin left several people dead; jurors will hear closing arguments in the Derek Chauvin trial and more news to start your Monday.
COMPANY ANNOUNCEMENT NO 19/2021 – 19 APRIL 2021 On 3 March 2021, Royal Unibrew initiated a share buy-back program, cf. company announcement no. 9/2021 of 3 March 2021. The program is carried out under Art. 5 of Regulation (EU) No 596/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 April 2014 on market abuse (the Market Abuse Regulation - MAR) and the resulting delegated legislation. The share buy-back program is expected to be realized in the period from 4 March 2021 to 30 June 2021. The total share buy-back in the period will not exceed a market price of DKK 250 million.The following transactions have been made under the program: Number ofSharesAverage purchase priceTransaction value, DKKAccumulated, last announcement108,911664.7772,400,942.4712 April 20218,000692.955,543,600.0013 April 20216,451695.974,489,694.0814 April 20216,375699.844,461,474.9015 April 20211,420707.881005,191.5916 April 20211,574719.051,131,778.25Accumulated under the program132,731670.7889,032,681.29 With the transactions stated above Royal Unibrew owns a total of 900,171 shares, corresponding to 1.8% of the share capital. The total amount of shares in the company is 49,350,000, including treasury shares. For further information on this Announcement: CFO Lars Vestergaard, tel (+45) 30 93 18 08 www.royalunibrew.com Attachments Fond-RU-19-2021-uk Encl. Company Announcement-19042021-PUBLIC_sbb_ROYAL_UNIBREW
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(Bloomberg) -- Chinese government officials and business leaders are gathered this week on the tropical island province of Hainan for the Boao forum, with discussions expected to encompass topics from digital currencies to carbon neutrality and the economic outlook for a post-pandemic world.Billed as an Asian version of the World Economic Forum, the forum kicked off Sunday and is slated to run through Wednesday. China’s President Xi Jinping will make a keynote speech via video Tuesday, the Foreign Ministry said in a statement.On the first day of the event, a senior Chinese central bank official said the nation’s goal for internationalizing its currency is not to replace the dollar, and efforts to create a digital yuan are aimed at domestic use.Bloomberg News captured the pulse of the event throughout the forum. Updated as of 03:00 p.m. in Beijing.What to Watch:Click here for the agenda, here for latest list of delegatesXi to address the forum Tuesday morning.Chinese central bank governor Yi Gang to speak on a panel about carbon neutrality on Tuesday at 4 PM local timeIMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva, Ray Dalio and Stephen Schwarzman among speakers on a panel about the global economic outlook on Monday at 8 PM local timeChinese deputy securities regulator Fang Xinghai scheduled to speak on a panel about financial opening on Monday at 8 PM local timeLarry Fink, Deputy PBOC Governor Li Bo, former PBOC Governor Zhou Xiaochuan speaking on a panel about pension reform on Tuesday at 8 PM local timeA look at China’s green goals; first-quarter economic performanceLatest developments: (Time-stamps are local time in Boao, Hainan)Maersk’s China CEO Calls Politicization of Trade a ‘Great Pity’The business community was glad to see Europe and China reach the Comprehensive Agreement on Investment, but “then we have seen that political differences have sort of created issues that could make an early ratification difficult to achieve,” according to Jens Eskelund, China CEO of shipping firm AP Moller – Maersk A/S.Esekelund is also vice president of the EU Chamber of Commerce in China.“I think it is something that the EU Chamber of Commerce sees as a worrying tendency that trade sometimes becomes politicized and that political difference have spillovers into the commercial arena. It’s something we think is a great pity,” he said on a panel at the Boao Forum. “Our hope is that, irrespective of the current differences, that it will be possible for the two sides to find some sort of common ground that leads to ratification.”In a position paper published in September 2020, 43% of the chamber’s members reported that the business environment had become increasingly politicized compared to the previous year.Read: Europe’s Contested Deal With China Sends Warning to Joe BidenBoao Forum Returns After HiatusChina is signaling it’s open for business with the resumption of the high-profile Boao Forum for Asia, an opportunity for the government to make a renewed effort to lure foreign investors in a post-pandemic world. The event was canceled last year as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.Digital Yuan Not to Replace DollarChina’s goal for internationalizing its currency is not to replace the dollar, and the efforts to create a digital yuan are aimed at domestic use, a senior central bank official said Sunday.“For the internationalization of the renminbi, we have said many times that it’s a natural process, and our goal is not to replace the U.S. dollar or other international currencies,” People’s Bank of China Deputy Governor Li Bo said Sunday.CanSino Checking Vaccine Safety CloselyCanSino Biologics Inc. is monitoring its Covid-19 vaccine more carefully after cases of blood clots forced other suppliers to suspend inoculations. “We’re just monitoring more cautiously,” CanSino Chairman Yu Xuefeng said on the sidelines of the Boao Forum.The comments come as a vaccine from Johnson & Johnson was halted in Europe after U.S. officials paused immunizations to investigate blood clots suffered by six women.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.
It’s fitting that “Cher & the Loneliest Elephant” opens and closes with the titular pop star’s dance anthem “Song for the Lonely,” as this uplifting Earth Day documentary stands as a cinematic love song dedicated to despondent animal co-star Kaavan, a 36-year-old elephant who inspired a global animal rights movement. Director Jonathan Finnigan’s polished package […]
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Despite the drop, the bullish structure for BTC is still intact. Nevertheless, the short-term recovery has been V-shaped, thus a retracement is expected before eventual continuation. Long-term BTC movement The BTC movement throughout the week of April 12-18 was eventful. It reached an all-time high price of $64,854 on April 14. However, it began to … Continued
To Nasdaq Copenhagen 19 April 2021 Nykredit Realkredit A/S to issue Tier 2 Capital Nykredit Realkredit A/S has mandated BNP Paribas, Morgan Stanley and Nykredit Bank to arrange a EUR-denominated benchmark issue of Tier 2 Capital. The issue will form part of Nykredit’s capital base and the net proceeds of the issue will be applied to form part of Nykredit’s general financing requirement. The issue will be offered on market terms and will be governed by Danish law. Enquiries may be addressed to Nykredit Realkredit A/S, Group Treasury, Nicolaj Legind Jensen, Head of Group Treasury, tel +45 44 55 11 10, or Morten Bækmand Nielsen, Head of Investor Relations, tel +45 44 55 15 21. Attachment Nykredit_Realkredit_to_issue_Tier_2_Capital_2021-04-19_EN
International medical imaging IT and cybersecurity company Sectra (STO: SECT B) has deployed its software for digital pathology at Southern Sun Pathology, the largest dedicated skin cancer lab in Australia. They are among the first in Australia to implement a digital workflow within clinical pathology, enabling more efficient sharing of resources, competence, and images—thus facilitating better cancer care.
While Wall Street rivals feast off a boom in trading and deals, Credit Suisse is stuck in limbo. The collapse of Archegos, a U.S. investment fund, has left the Swiss bank nursing an anticipated pretax loss of nearly $1 billion for the first quarter. Investors seeking clarity on what next for Credit Suisse's investment bank, at the heart of the Archegos debacle, and its asset management division, which ran $10 billion in funds linked to Greensill, are unlikely to get final answers on Thursday, when the bank publishes first quarter results.