Broadcom (NASDAQ:AVGO) – Broadcom is nearing a $3.8 billion deal with KKR & Company (NYSE:KKR) to sell its end-user computing unit. The CEO is looking to streamline the portfolio after acquiring VMware. The deal could be announced on Monday, with KKR leading the auction.

Alcoa (NYSE:AA) – Alcoa has made a $2.2 billion proposal to acquire all the shares of its Australian partner Alumina (ASX:AWC), aiming to simplify its operations and gain more upstream exposure. The proposed deal offers Alumina shareholders a 31% stake in the combined company, with Alcoa targeting tax benefits and global growth options.

General Motors (NYSE:GM) – GM unveiled the luxurious electric Cadillac Lyriq in France, expanding its European presence, and will soon reach other European markets. With sales exclusively online, the move challenges the European market with Chinese competitors. Prices for France have not yet been announced.

Stellantis (NYSE:STLA) – Stellantis has struck a deal with Ayvens to sell up to 500,000 vehicles in Europe over three years. Flexibility in the deal’s details aims to meet fleet demand. Brands such as Alfa Romeo, DS, Fiat, Opel, Peugeot, and Vauxhall will be offered, promoting sustainable choices.

Ryanair (NASDAQ:RYAAY) – Ryanair was scheduled to receive 57 Boeing MAX 8200 planes by April, but Boeing (NYSE:BA) informed the company that only about 50 aircraft would be delivered by June. This may affect Ryanair‘s summer plans, resulting in flight cuts and potential fare increases. CEO Michael O’Leary has strongly criticized Boeing for the lack of communication and unfulfilled promises, suggesting the company could accept planes canceled by other airlines. The impact of supply chain delays is pressuring fares, and costs for customers are expected to rise. Ryanair is seeking compensation from Boeing while trying to address the aircraft delivery challenges.

Norwegian Cruise Line Holding (NYSE:NCLH) – A Norwegian Cruise Line ship was detained in the Mauritius Islands after several passengers fell ill. Embarkations and disembarkations were delayed for two days due to mild stomach illness symptoms. Local authorities assessed the situation due to 100 cases of diarrhea on board.

Intuitive Machines (NASDAQ:LUNR) – Intuitive Machines shares plunged 32% in pre-market trading on Monday following the disastrous lunar landing of the Odysseus module, highlighting the volatility of small-cap stocks. Despite the setback, NASA praised the feat, marking the first American lunar landing in 50 years.

Super Micro Computer (NASDAQ:SMCI) – Driven by its success in the market, Super Micro Computer issued $1.5 billion in zero-interest convertible bonds with a 37.5% conversion premium. This issuance, the first of its kind since 2022, reflects strong investor demand and offers the company significant advantages. Shares are up 2.8% in pre-market trading on Monday.

AT&T (NYSE:T) – AT&T will offer a day of free service to customers after an outage lasting more than 10 hours that affected over 70,000 users. CEO John Stankey considers this measure appropriate and manageable, as the company investigates the failure, ruling out a cyberattack.

Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK.B) – In his annual letter to shareholders, Warren Buffett assured that Berkshire Hathaway is a lasting financial fortress despite Charlie Munger’s passing. Buffett praised successor Greg Abel and remembered Munger’s influence. Berkshire Hathaway acquired the remaining 20% of Pilot Travel Centers for $2.6 billion, totaling about $13.6 billion, after a legal dispute over the price. Berkshire reported a significant increase in operating profits in the last quarter, driven by gains in the insurance sector, raising its cash reserve to record levels. Operating profits reached $8.481 billion, 28% higher than the previous year. The cash reserve hit $167.6 billion.

Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group (NYSE:SMFG), Jefferies Financial Group (NYSE:JEF) – The CEO of Sumitomo Mitsui is considering expanding the partnership with Jefferies Financial to Asia, aiming to catch up with Japanese rivals in developing overseas investment banks. The collaboration has already yielded over 30 deals since April, with plans to extend to Europe.

Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) – The sovereign wealth fund of Abu Dhabi, Mubadala Investment Company, has closed a $1 billion deal with Goldman Sachs to explore private credit opportunities in Asia. The partnership aims to invest in the Asia-Pacific region, with a focus on India, through the Goldman Sachs Alternatives Private Credit division. Mubadala, seeking to expand its presence in private credit markets, strengthens its exposure in the Asian region, while Goldman Sachs extends its operations in the area.

Alibaba (NYSE:BABA) – Following an SEC investigation, Alibaba revealed that several of its entities have stakes in Chinese state-owned companies or foreign sovereign wealth funds. This coincides with increased Chinese government control over tech companies and intensifies investor concerns and scrutiny in the US.

Li Auto (NASDAQ:LI) – Li Auto will release its fourth quarter and 2023 full-year results after the market closes on Monday. Revenue is forecasted at $5.59 billion, with an estimated quarterly net profit of CNY 2.65 billion.

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