- Aéroports de Montréal (ADM) is concerned about unauthorized taxis operating at Montreal airport, with the company warning passengers to be vigilant, and ADM urging the province's transport minister Geneviève Guilbault to make ride solicitation illegal again so that only permitted taxis can pick up people at the airport, commenting that last summer with travel ramping up, so did the solicitation. As a result, some 375 tickets were issued in three months, and ADM hired two additional security officers dedicated entirely to the ride-sharing departure area. ADM said drivers sometimes pick up travelers inside the airport, but take them to their cars parked far away, where they demand cash. On Twitter Thursday, Geneviève Guilbault described the situation as very worrisome. ADM states it has had several meetings with the transport ministry since 2017, expressing concerns about these issues, and is working to communicate these concerns with passengers. ADM suggests passengers should make sure their taxi driver has been issued a permit by the airport authority, or to check the app when taking a ridesharing service, like Uber. ADM has also noted that fake taxis have become an issue in countries worldwide. ADM's stock was also 1.97% up last night but the article does not connect the two events.
- ADM (NYSE: ADM) stock went up by 0.73% after the company was recognized as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies for the fourth consecutive year by Ethisphere, which honors “companies who understand the importance of leading, prioritize ethical business performance, and have demonstrated an overall commitment to integrity.”
- ADM (Archer Daniels Midland Co.) stock rose by 0.73% yesterday, bucking the trend of a generally rough trading day in the stock market, and this could be due to a variety of reasons such as positive news about the company or investor sentiment towards the industry.
- ON24, a B2B digital engagement platform, has appointed Teresa Anania, the SVP of Global Customer Success, Renewals and Customer Experience at Zendesk, to its board of directors, effective immediately, replacing Denise Persson who will transition to an advisory role, and sees Anil Arora appointed Lead Independent Director. The appointment of Anania has been suggested to assist ON24's innovation and its retention and expansion of its customer base.
- The stock price of Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) went up 0.73% after bond yields in the US and Europe plunged due to market participants betting that fears for financial stability will stop the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank from raising interest rates further, even though inflation is still running well above the 2% targets of both central banks.
- The article discusses the release of new interviews by The Power Play by The Market Herald with G Mining Ventures, Geomega Resources, and Electric Royalties to provide investors with insight into their latest news and developments, and there is no specific reason mentioned as to why ADM stock went down.
- Technicolor Creative Studios has announced its unaudited 2022 financial results, which saw its revenue increase by 30% to €784m, but the company also reported operational issues, which have had a negative impact on its fourth quarter revenue, leading to an adjusted EBITDA after lease of €20m for FY22 compared to €75m in FY21, and resulting in ADM stock going down -1.71% last night.
- Technicolor Creative Studios announced its 2022 financial results and a new refinancing deal, which caused the resumption of trading of its shares after a two-day suspension, but the stock was down 1.71% on Thursday due to operational issues and market headwinds.
- A dispute over who is the sole trustee of Elvis Presley's estate arises as Riley Keough, Elvis's granddaughter and sole trustee, prepares for the release of a biopic in which she has a starring role that has earned strong reviews; the litigation with Elvis's ex-wife Priscilla Presley is likely to attract public interest, and it is unclear what level of acrimony it may generate as court filings reveal that the Presley family trust only receives a fraction of the more than $100 million a year that the Elvis brand takes in through sales of apparel, pink Cadillac plush toys, and tickets to Graceland.
- Caribou Biosciences, a clinical-stage CRISPR genome-editing biopharmaceutical company, reported financial results for Q4 and full-year 2022, including progress in its pipeline of off-the-shelf cell therapies and a decrease in its cash, cash equivalents, and marketable securities; the company's ADM stock went down by 2.4 percent in response.
- The article reports Vantiva's 2022 financial results, which exceeded targets, but its outlook for 2023 is affected by uncertainty in demand and inflationary pressures, leading to a decline in the stock price of ADM.
- The stock price of ADM (Archer Daniels Midland Company) went down by 2.4% last night, and there was no mention of Caribou Biosciences, Inc. in the article, so it is unclear why ADM's stock price went down.
- Neurocrine Biosciences presented data on the in vitro dissolution performance of INGREZZA valbenazine capsule contents via soft foods or feeding tubes, which is potentially useful for elderly patients with tardive dyskinesia who may have trouble swallowing capsules because of their abnormal movements or other comorbid conditions, however, not related to ADM (ADM) stock going down.
- EY has decided to delay the vote on whether to break up the company after a backlash from partners who were against the plan, which would separate the firm's consulting and accountancy divisions, which would have allowed EY to publicly list the advisory division or sell a partial stake in the company, resulting in significant payouts for partners; ADM stock rose by 0.23% last night, but the rise is not related to this news.
- Warren Buffett's investment in high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) through his company, Berkshire Hathaway, has generated massive profits for him and his business associate, Bill Gates, despite HFCS being a leading contributor to the childhood obesity epidemic.
- ADM (ADM) stock went up 0.23% last night due to an increase in demand for physical commodities and derivatives based on mining, energy, power, and agricultural products, as well as the potential for higher returns when financial assets perform poorly.
- The global bioenergy market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.0% from 2020 to 2027 due to the depletion of fossil fuels and a deepening commitment to the 2015 Paris Climate Change Agreement, which is expected to benefit companies such as ADM, whose stock rose by 0.23% last night.
- ADM (Archer-Daniels-Midland Company) stock went down by 2.05%, and the article doesn't provide any information about why it happened.
- ADM (ADM) stock was down 2.05% last night because a Richmond man pleaded guilty to shooting and wounding a Cook Out restaurant worker last year, moments after she served him in the drive-thru lane, and he faces up to 10 years in prison.
- ADM (ADM) stock went down by 2.05% due to a guilty plea of a man who shot a Cook Out restaurant employee in Richmond, and faces up to 10 years in prison.
- Qualtrics X4, the world's largest gathering of experience management (XM) professionals, begins after a three-year hiatus, with leadership outlining strategies for making businesses more human, including Jay Chiat Award for Strategic Excellence-winning Accenture Chief Marketing and Communications Officer Jill Kramer, Delta CEO Ed Bastian, EY Head of Americas Innovation Practice Cheryl Grise, and Society for Human Resource Management CEO Johnny Taylor. The celebrity headliners include Ryan Reynolds, Martha Stewart, Malala Yousafzai, Mark Rober and Chip and Joanna Gaines. ADM (ADM) was down 2.05% in pre-market trading on 9 March 2023.
- Geomega Resources has received $3m in funding from the Canadian government for its magnet recycling demonstration plant, but ADM stock went down by 2.05% last night.
- Invitation Homes, an S&P 500 company and the nation's premier single-family home leasing company, announced several leadership changes and promotions, including the appointment of David Ayers as Senior Vice President, Engineering, and Ryan Judge as Senior Vice President, technology management and data, which could be the reason for ADM stock going up by 0.42%.
- Altria's stock goes up after investing $2.75 billion in rival electronic cigarette startup NJOY and swapping its minority stake in Juul Labs for a license to some of Juul's heated tobacco intellectual property.
- The consumer staples sector is expected to perform well this year, with reliable options for income investors such as Kimberly-Clark, Clorox, Hershey, Archer-Daniels-Midland, Sysco, Altria Group and Mondelez International making the list of best consumer staples dividend stocks due to their strong dividend growth track records and hedge fund popularity, with Archer-Daniels-Midland experiencing a recent increase in stock price due to positive earnings and achieving its Dividend King status by posting its 50th consecutive year of dividend growth.
- Amgen's biosimilar drug Amjevita, approved by the FDA in 2016, has finally been launched in the US with a 55% lower price point than AbbVie's Humira drug, which could save the healthcare system $4.7bn annually and bring in an additional $900m in annual revenue for Amgen, lifting the topline by 3.4%.
- ADM stock was 0.61% up last night as C3 AI, a company that helps businesses with big data, reported strong financials and progress in partnerships that benefited ADM's investment in the company.
- The stock price of Nokia has not reflected its significant strides in improving financials, flattening organizational structures, and creating end-to-end accountability throughout its business units, however, the company has anchored its renewed focus on the enterprise market segment with a logo that looks like it was created in a science fiction movie, which may help pull Nokia into more enterprise deals and enhance its success in the enterprising space.
- Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) stock went up by 0.61% as a part of a positive trading session for the stock market, where the S&P 500 Index and Dow Jones Industrial Average also rose and ADM closed $17.82 below its 52-week high, with investors purchasing shares due to positive market conditions.
- ADM (ADM) stock went up 0.61% as HII hosted the Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Michael Gilday for a visit to the company’s Newport News Shipbuilding division, where Gilday met with NNS leadership and toured the shipyard.
- ADM stock went up by 1.68% because the US Navy learned from its costly lessons after cramming too much new technology onto warships and now seeks to slow down the design and purchase of its next-generation destroyers to ensure new technology like powerful lasers and hypersonic missiles are mature before pressing ahead on construction, a decision which is said to help defence industry.
- ADM stock went up by 1.68% last night following news that the US Navy is slowing down the design and purchase of next-generation destroyers to ensure new technology like hypersonic missiles and powerful lasers are mature before pressing ahead on construction.
- ADM stock went up 1.68% last night following reports that the U.S. Navy is slowing down the purchase of next-generation destroyers to ensure new technology like powerful lasers and hypersonic missiles are mature before pressing ahead on construction, which indicates that the Navy is trying to avoid repeating the costly mistakes of cramming too much new technology onto warships too quickly, which is a lesson learned from the history of warship development in the United States.
- ADM stock went up by 1.68% after Hydrite, a chemical and related services provider, was named a 2022 Supplier Award winner by ADM based on superior performance and the ability to deliver exceptional value to ADM and its customers.
- Capita plc reported positive financial results for the full year 2022, including an acceleration in revenue growth, improved profitability, positive free cash flow, and a reduction in net debt, which led to a 1.68% increase in ADM (ADM) stock.