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The Boeing Company’s (BA) shares rose 5.96 percent to $237.20. Despite nearly two years of immobilizations, one of the key pillars of the growth of Ryanair remained relying on the 737 MAX aircraft. The low-cost carrier has only formalized its order for an additional 75 aircrafts, a deal worth $9.4 billion at list price. Ryanair plans to take delivery of the first aircraft in early 2021.
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Tesla Inc (TSLA) jumped 4.32 percent to $593.38 on Wall Street, getting a boost by investment bank Goldman Sachs recommendation, which has just lifted its rating from “Neutral” to “Buy” and raised its price target to $780 for the California-based electric car pioneer. The bank notes that electric cars are being adopted more rapidly than expected.
JD.com Inc (JD) rose 2.26 percent to $86.29. As part of its launch (IPO) in Hong Kong, the Wall Street-listed Chinese company benefited from the successful $3.5 billion fund raising of its digital health care unit.
Alibaba Group Holding Limited (BABA) was up 2.14 percent to $266.91. According to individuals with knowledge of the matter cited by Reuters, Ant Group is reportedly exploring a 30 percent sale of Paytm. The proposed sale will follow political tensions in recent months between India and China. The stake in question, considering Paytm’s $16 billion valuation at its last funding round, could be priced at $4.8 billion. Tencent News, citing its sources, said that regulators were discussing the restructuring and possible spin-off of its financial services business with Ant Group.
Salesforce.com Inc (CRM) stock remained stable at +0.09 percent to $220.97 while Slack Technologies Inc (WORK) took a dip at -0.47 percent to $42.51. In an interview with The New York Times, Marc Benioff, CEO of the company that has just officially announced its bid for Slack Technologies at $27.7 billion, snubbed Microsoft (-0.5 percent) saying “What is this company?, How do you spell it?”