Stellantis (STLA) Rose 10% On Its Debut, General Motors (GM) Also On New Highs

In its first New York session, Stellantis (STLA), the company formed from the merger of PSA and Fiat Chrysler, jumped 10.8 percent to $16.88 on Wall Street. The company is also listed in Paris and Milan.


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In the Tuesday session, General Motors Company (GM) leaped by +9.75 percent to $54.84 to a new high after revealing a deal with Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) to accelerate the commercialization of autonomous vehicles. Microsoft also rose by +1.78 percent to $216.44.

Facebook, Inc. (FB) grew by +3.87% to $261.1, while Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL) improved by +3.29% to $1784.47. U.S. officials have urged Australia to remove the bill that requires Facebook and Google to pay to local media organizations for their content.

Tesla, Inc. (TSLA), to $844.55, was up +2.23 percent on the day. In contrast, Jefferies promotes the importance of the Wall Street pioneer in electric vehicles. Recognizing this, the analyst lifted its earnings targets and increased its price target from $650 to $775.

Apple Inc. (AAPL) was stable by jumping a bit +0.54% to $127.83, while the organization remains under surveillance, too. The Apple Glasses of the Apple Company may be launched this year, according to Esquire, which cites its sources. On January 12, Apple filed a patent for “an authenticated device that is worn by a user as a head-mounted device.” Esquire believes the demand applies to the smart glasses of the Cupertino company.

The Walt Disney Company (DIS) increased slightly to $172.26, up +0.48 percent. Disneyland Paris, originally planned for February 13, has delayed its reopening and intends to reopen its doors on April 2.

Following its enhanced bid, Cisco Systems, Inc. (CSCO) was successful in stabilizing by giving up just -0.53 percent to $45.19. The purchase of Acacia Communications for $4.5 billion was authorized by the Chinese antitrust authorities.

Lumentum Holdings Inc. (LITE) fell by -11.02% to $94.6. In a $5.7 billion contract, Lumentum, optical materials expert and Apple’s supplier, has unveiled an agreement to purchase laser designer Coherent, Inc. (COHR), which rose by +29.65% to $197.01 in the last session.

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