Eli Lilly (NYSE:LLY) – Eli Lilly’s experimental Alzheimer’s drug, donanemab, has received backing from a U.S. FDA advisory panel. The advisors voted unanimously in favor of the efficacy and benefits of donanemab for patients with early-stage Alzheimer’s, despite concerns about side effects. The potential approval could offer a new treatment option, although competition with Biogen’s Leqembi remains an unknown. Lilly’s shares rose 2.9% in pre-market trading.

Rio Tinto (NYSE:RIO) – Rio Tinto will acquire 11.65% of Boyne Smelters from Mitsubishi Corp, increasing its stake to 73.5%. This acquisition follows the purchase from Sumitomo Chemical. Mitsubishi is restructuring its aluminum portfolio, focusing on trade and investments in bauxite, targeting growth potential in lightweight vehicles.

Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL)- At the developers’ conference, Apple introduced AI innovations such as Apple Intelligence, aiming to revitalize the loyalty of its vast customer base and boost iPhone sales amid intense competition and variable consumer spending. This integration seeks to enhance Siri, allowing advanced interactions with apps and customization of communications, while maintaining a strict focus on user privacy. The technology also requires the new iPhone 15 Pro or Pro Max, driving a significant upgrade cycle. Additionally, Apple announced that it would use its own server chips to enhance AI capabilities in its devices. Shares fell 0.7% in pre-market.

Intel Corp (NASDAQ:INTC) – Intel has suspended plans for a $25 billion chip factory in Israel, according to Calcalist. While not confirmed, the company emphasized the need to adapt large projects to shifting timelines, reaffirming its ongoing commitment to Israel and its presence there.

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (NYSE:TSM) – Comparatively, TSMC outpaces China’s Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp by nearly two decades, reflecting TSMC’s lead in chip technology. China seeks to close the gap but faces technological challenges and U.S. export restrictions.

Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) – Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk threatened to ban Apple devices from his companies if Apple integrates OpenAI into its operating system, citing security concerns. Musk also stated that Apple devices would be stored in a Faraday cage at his facilities to mitigate security risks. Additionally, investors await the vote on Elon Musk’s compensation package at Tesla’s annual meeting on Thursday. Options indicate concern over a potential share price drop if the package is rejected. The uncertainty about the vote’s impact on leadership and future company value persists. In other related news, a California judge rejected Tesla’s attempt to dismiss charges that it exaggerated its autonomous driving capabilities. The decision allows enforcement actions based on allegations by the California Department of Motor Vehicles against the company to proceed.

Toyota Motor (NYSE:TM) – Japan’s Ministry of Transport has identified six cases of irregularities in Toyota Motor vehicle certifications, potentially violating United Nations standards, according to the Yomiuri newspaper. If detected elsewhere, such irregularities could impact mass production in Europe and other regions.

Uber Technologies (NYSE:UBER) – A U.S. appeals court denied an attempt by Uber and Postmates to challenge a California law that would require treating drivers as employees rather than independent contractors. The decision upholds the AB5 legislation, aimed at regularizing labor rights in the ride-hailing sector.

Southwest Airlines (NYSE:LUV) – Elliott Investment Management, after acquiring a significant stake in Southwest Airlines, demands changes in leadership and the board, criticizing financial and operational performance. Southwest faces challenges, including the Boeing crisis. Elliott suggests a comprehensive analysis and board renewal to boost stock value.

Boeing (NYSE:BA) – Boeing’s Starliner spacecraft achieved a significant milestone with the successful delivery of two astronauts to the International Space Station. However, issues encountered during the journey highlight ongoing challenges. Boeing faces multiple test milestones before considering regular missions, despite progress made. In other news, Boeing secured a significant 737 Max order from El Al Israel Airlines, valued between $2 billion and $2.5 billion. The planes will gradually replace older models in the fleet, strengthening confidence in the aircraft after recent challenges.

Embraer (NYSE:ERJ) – Embraer’s subsidiary Eve plans to raise funds to finance certification of its electric flying taxi by 2026. With orders from various countries, including the USA and Brazil, the company seeks to secure certification while keeping development on schedule.

Trump Media & Technology (NASDAQ:DJT) – Shares of Trump Media & Technology closed down 5.6% on Monday after a new accounting firm reviewed its finances. The auditor change follows accusations of massive fraud against the previous auditor, BF Borgers CPA, and its owner Benjamin F. Borgers, resulting in significant fines and permanent suspensions. Shares fell 0.2% in pre-market.

UBS Group AG (NYSE:UBS) – The merger between the Swiss units of UBS and Credit Suisse is set to complete on July 1, according to Sabine Keller-Busse, president of UBS Switzerland. Following UBS’s acquisition of Credit Suisse due to its collapse, the integration process is progressing well, consolidating a single global bank in Switzerland.

BlackRock (NYSE:BLK) – The BlackRock Investment Institute has cautioned against long-term U.S. Treasury bonds due to expected broad fiscal deficits, predicting that investors will demand higher term premiums. BlackRock recommends an “overweight” stance on short-term bonds given the high-interest rate environment.

DXC Technology (NYSE:DXC), Apollo Global Management (NYSE:APO), Kyndryl Holdings (NYSE:KD) – Apollo Global and Kyndryl Holdings are negotiating an offer to acquire DXC Technology, with values between $22 and $25 per share.

Bapcor (ASX:BAP), Bain Capital (NYSE:BCSF) – Bain Capital has offered to acquire Bapcor for $1.21 billion, offering a 23.9% premium over the last share closing. Analysts suggest the offer could attract more bidders, highlighting Bapcor’s strong regional position in the automotive market.

Brookfield Corp (NYSE:BN) – Brookfield Asset Management sold the Conrad hotel in Seoul for approximately $300 million to ARA Korea REF. This is part of its recent asset sales, including a stake in the ICD Brookfield Place tower in Dubai, aiming to reach its $15 billion target for real estate funds.

New York Community Bancorp (NYSE:NYCB) – Liberty Strategic Capital, led by Steven Mnuchin, revealed a 7.7% stake in New York Community Bancorp as of June 7. Mnuchin and other investors injected about one billion dollars into the bank in March.

Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) – Ted Pick, CEO of Morgan Stanley, revealed that artificial intelligence could save up to 15 hours a week for financial advisors, enhancing efficiency. AI will help personalize interactions with clients and tailor investment products. The bank also plans to expand sophisticated lending to high-net-worth clients. Additionally, Morgan Stanley downgraded Indonesian stocks due to fiscal policy uncertainty and a strong dollar, noting that electoral promises may increase the fiscal burden. According to the bank, the earnings outlook has also deteriorated, and a stronger dollar is concerning ahead of decisions by the Federal Reserve and the Bank of Indonesia.

JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:JPM), PayPal (NASDAQ:PYPL) – JPMorgan has hired Sri Shivananda, a former PayPal executive, as its new Chief Technology Officer (CTO), aiming to boost its technology budget of $17 billion. Shivananda will succeed AJ Lang and will report to Lori Beer, the CIO of the bank. Other hires aim to strengthen the bank’s technological capabilities, with the goal of adding value and attracting talent.

American Express (NYSE:AXP)- Citi analyst Keith Horowitz began covering American Express on Monday, praising its management team and long-term growth prospects, but assigning a neutral rating due to the relatively high valuation of the shares. He highlights the possibility of above-average growth, especially in premium and youth segments, driven by inflation in luxury goods and international expansion.

Rogers Communications (NYSE:RCI), Warner Bros. Discovery (NASDAQ:WBD), Comcast (NASDAQ:CMCSA) – Rogers Communications has secured multi-year deals with NBCUniversal and Warner Bros. Discovery to bring sports and entertainment content to Canada, aiming to expand its presence in these segments amid fierce competition. The company plans to invest in original and independent content.

CVS Health (NYSE:CVS) – Pharmacies, including CVS, are facing frequent recalls of private-label drugs, with third-party factories cited for quality failures. The emphasis on cost over quality leads to inferior drugs. According to Bloomberg, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) rarely inspects these, and consumers may not be aware of the dangers.

Krispy Kreme (NASDAQ:DNUT) – Truist Securities upgraded Krispy Kreme to “buy,” highlighting the resilience of the donut market despite the rise in weight-loss medications. The partnership with McDonald’s is also seen as a significant boost, making Krispy Kreme a true national brand.

Yext (NYSE:YEXT) – In the first quarter, Yext reported a net loss of $3.8 million and revenue of $96 million, below expectations. Second-quarter revenue forecasts range between $98 million and $98.4 million, with adjusted earnings per share between 2 and 3 cents. This projection also fell short of analyst expectations, who had anticipated an average revenue of $98.4 million and adjusted earnings per share of 9 cents. The company announced it is restructuring its partnerships and said it would acquire Hearsay Systems, a platform that helps the financial services sector engage customers, for about $125 million. Shares fell 16.1% in pre-market trading.

Calavo Growers (NASDAQ:CVGW) – In the second quarter, Calavo Growers reported sales of $184.4 million, with a profit of $6.1 million, or 34 cents per share. Higher avocado prices boosted the results.

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