Yahoo Finance's Oscar Williams-Grut has the latest from London.
Yahoo Finance's Oscar Williams-Grut has the latest from London.
Thailand’s indefatigable pro-democracy activists took to Bangkok's streets again Sunday, this time to protest the army as they push forward with their campaign for sweeping reforms, including to the nation's monarchy. Around 800 protesters gathered in the afternoon and in early evening marched to the base of the 11th Infantry Regiment, which is closely associated with the country’s royal palace. An advance group of protesters had already pulled away two decrepit buses that had been used to block the entrance to the base and removed strands of razor wire.
Nutanix (NASDAQ: NTNX), the maker of cloud-based hyperconverged infrastructure software, delivered another solid earnings report last Monday. Billings, measured on an annual contract value (ACV) basis, rose 10% to $137.8 million, outpacing the company's guidance. Its ACV run rate rose 29% to $1.29 billion, showing momentum in the company's key metrics.
Nearly thirteen years after scoring his first Serie A goal, Udinese forward Fernando Forestieri claimed a second on Sunday as his COVID-19-depleted side produced a shock 3-1 away win over Lazio. Tolgay Arslan and Ignacio Pussetto gave Udinese a 2-0 halftime lead before Forestieri fired the third in the 71st minute and Ciro Immobile pulled one back with a penalty. It was a remarkable performance by Udinese, who were missing coach Luca Gotti as well as a host of regular players.
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Hexagon Composites ASA (the “Company” or “Hexagon Composites”) announced its intention on August 24, 2020, to spin off Hexagon Purus and apply for Hexagon Purus’ shares to be admitted to trading on Euronext Growth Oslo/Merkur Market, a multilateral trading facility operated by the Oslo Stock Exchange. On 13 November 2020, the general meeting of shareholders in the Company approved to authorize the Company to distribute shares in Hexagon Purus. On 18 November 2020, the Company announced the approval from bondholders for a distribution of shares of up to 15% of the Company's shares in Hexagon Purus to Hexagon Composites’ shareholders. Today, the Board passed a resolution approving the distribution of dividends in the form of shares in Hexagon Purus to the Company’s shareholders. Key dates and information related to the dividend-in-kind can be seen below. Dividend-in-kind amount: 0.15 Hexagon Purus AS shares per Hexagon Composites ASA share Declared currency: NOK Last day including right to dividend-in-kind: 3 December, 2020 Ex-date: 4 December, 2020 Record date: 7 December, 2020 Payment date (delivery to VPS accounts): On or about 14 December, 2020 Date of approval: 29 November, 2020 Other information: The shares in Hexagon Purus AS are expected to be tradable on Euronext Growth Oslo immediately upon delivery on the payment date. No fractional shares will be distributed. Hexagon Composites ASA’s holdings of treasury shares will not be eligible for the distribution. The number of Hexagon Purus AS shares to be distributed as dividend-in-kind equals 30,242,956 shares. For eligible shareholders subject to withholding tax ("Withholding Tax Shareholders"), a portion of the dividend shares distributable to such Withholding Tax (“WHT”) Shareholders corresponding to the withholding tax rate registered on such Withholding Tax Shareholders’ VPS account will be withheld (the “Withheld Dividend Shares”) to cover the applicable withholding tax for each WHT Shareholder. The Company will arrange for Withheld Dividend Shares to be sold for payment of the relevant withholding tax. No subsequent settlement towards the shareholders is intended. This information is published in accordance with the requirements of the Continuing Obligations. For more information, please contact: David Bandele, CFO, Hexagon Composites ASA Telephone: +47 920 91 483 | firstname.lastname@example.org Karen Romer, SVP Communications, Hexagon Composites ASA Telephone: +47 950 74 950 | email@example.com About Hexagon Composites ASA Hexagon delivers safe and innovative solutions for a cleaner energy future. Our solutions enable storage, transportation, and conversion to clean energy in a wide range of mobility, industrial and consumer applications, including light-, medium- and heavy-duty vehicles, ground storage, distribution, marine, rail and backup power solutions. About Hexagon Purus ASHexagon Purus, a Hexagon Composites company, enables zero emission hydrogen and battery electric mobility for a cleaner energy future. Hexagon Purus is a world leading provider of Hydrogen Type 4 high-pressure cylinders, battery packs and vehicle systems integration for fuel cell electric and battery electric vehicles (FCEV and BEV) including hybrid mobility applications on light, medium and heavy-duty vehicles, transit buses, ground storage, distribution, marine, rail, aerospace and backup power solutions. Learn more at www.hexagongroup.com and follow @HexagonASA on Twitter and LinkedIn.
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France’s highest administrative court on Sunday ordered a rethink of a 30-person attendance limit for religious services put in place by the government to slow down the spread of coronavirus. The measure took effect this weekend as France relaxes some virus restrictions, but it faced opposition by places of worship and the faithful for being arbitrary and unreasonable. The Council of State has ordered that Prime Minister Jean Castex modify the measure within three days.
Health authorities in South Korea have concluded that the deaths of more than 100 people were not caused by a seasonal flu jab, allaying fears of a major setback to an unprecedented national vaccination campaign currently underway. The government launched the drive in September to inoculate some 30 million people – more than half the country’s population - against the flu this year to avoid outbreaks of the winter illness amid the global Covid-19 pandemic. But reports of 108 people dying shortly after receiving flu jabs raised concerns about their safety among the public and some doctors. The Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency said Saturday that an investigation showed there were “no causal links” between the flu vaccination and death in at least 107 of the cases, the country’s Yonhap news agency reported. Autopsies on at least some of that group found they had cardiovascular, cerebrovascular or other serious health conditions that could account for their deaths. The agency is still looking into one of the deaths, but said there was no need for “a re-approval of vaccines in question or the suspension of the state vaccination program.” In a bid to avoid its health system being overstretched by multiple outbreaks of illnesses, Seoul is planning to give 19 million free flu jabs to children, pregnant women and citizens aged 62 and over. Concerns about the safety of the flu shot soared following the deaths of dozens of people after they received the injection. Most were in their 70s or 80s but at least one was reported to be a teenager. The government pressed ahead with its flu inoculation programme, however, even as an influential grouping of doctors called for it to be halted to allay public concerns and ensure the vaccines were safe. As of Friday, more than 13 million people have received flu jabs, according to Yonhap. In order to prevent the spread of coronavirus, the government has also banned New Year’s Eve celebrations. "Year-end events and parties hosted by hotels, party rooms, guest houses and other accommodation facilities will be banned outright," said Prime Minister Chung Sye-kyun
As lockdowns followed suit, companies benefiting from work-from-home trends saw their stocks soar -- and negatively impacted industries like retail and travel suffered. How about a company that benefits from both sides of recent narratives -- lockdowns and a reopening economy? One extremely well-positioned company going into 2021 -- ahead of a potential vaccine -- is streaming-TV platform Roku (NASDAQ: ROKU).
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