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VENTOUX CCM ACQUISITION CORP. ANNOUNCES ADDITIONAL CONTRIBUTION TO TRUST ACCOUNT TO EXTEND DEADLINE TO CONSUMMATE BUSINESS COMBINATION
Also amends Merger Agreement to reduce minimum cash condition to $65 million and extends termination date New York, April 04, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Ventoux CCM Acquisition Corp. (NASDAQ: VTAQ) (t
"Goddess of stocks" reduced its holdings of 24361 shares of Tesla, Inc. for the seventh time this month.
Cathy Wood's Ark Investment Company further reduced its stake in Tesla, Inc. on Monday, taking advantage of the company's rising share price to cash in more money. Wood's two funds, Ark Automation Technology and Robot ETF and Ark's next-generation Internet ETF--, sold 24361 shares of Tesla, Inc. on Monday, worth about $19.28 million at the closing price. Tesla, Inc. 's shares rose 2.19% to close at $791.36 on Monday. Including this sale, Ark Investment has reduced its stake in Tesla, Inc. seven times this month, cashing out a total of about $330 million. Wood's three funds-Ark Automation
The world's stock markets plummeted. The richest 500s lost $135 billion a day.
As global stock markets tumbled on Monday, the world's richest 500th people lost $135 billion in a single day. Tesla, Inc. CEO Elon Musk suffered the most, with his net worth falling by $7.2 billion to $198 billion. Amazon.Com Inc founder Jeff Bezos lost his net worth by $5.6 billion to $194.2 billion. Shares in Tesla, Inc. and Amazon.Com Inc fell 3.86 per cent and 3.08 per cent respectively on Monday. The s & p 500 fell 1.7% on Monday, its biggest one-day drop since may.
20:Palantir shares hit the highest level since February when retail investors watched before the turnover of US stocks on Sept. 16.
In the early morning of the 17th, Beijing time, U. S. stocks closed mixed on Thursday. The Nasdaq closed slightly higher. The Dow and the S & P 500 closed lower, extending the weak performance since September. Initial jobless claims rose to 332000 last week, with better-than-expected retail sales figures in August. The Dow fell 63.07 points, or 0.18%, to 34751.32; the Nasdaq rose 20.39 points, or 0.13%, to 15181.92; and the S & P 500 fell 6.95 points, or 0.16%, to 4473.75. In terms of economic data on Thursday, the U.S. Department of Labor reported that the United States began last week.
AMC, whose salted fish is reborn, began to buy two cinemas in Southern California.
AMC Entertainment Holdings, the largest operator of the US cinema chain, announced on Monday that it would acquire two multi-theater theaters in Southern California that were closed because of COVID-19 's epidemic. The two cinemas are part of Pacific Theatres, which filed for bankruptcy in June, including one in Los Angeles's Grove shopping district and the other in Glendale. AMC said on Monday that it would control a long-term lease and rename the two cinemas. The acquisition is a victory for AMC. Adam Allen (Adam Aron), the company's chief executive, said COVID-19 was popular.
MSCI Asia Pacific Index erases gains since 2021
The MSCI Asia Pacific Index, the benchmark Asian stock index, erased more than 10 per cent gains in 2021 for the second time since May, as investors assess the impact of changes in novel coronavirus on the regional economy. The hang Seng china enterprises index is down nearly 10 per cent so far this year, while Malaysia's composite index is down about 7 per cent. The two sub-indices of health care and consumer necessities had the largest declines, each falling by more than 6 per cent.
Suez Canal Authority: the captain of the cargo ship "Changzhi" is responsible for the grounding accident.
Egypt's Suez Canal Authority on the 30th announced the results of the investigation into the grounding accident of the cargo ship "Changzhi" in March this year, confirming that the captain of the cargo ship was responsible for the grounding accident. Suez Canal Authority held a press conference at its headquarters in the northeastern Egyptian city of Ismail on the same day. Said Shu Aisha, head of the investigation team of the Canal Administration, said that by analyzing the navigation data of the cargo ship involved, the investigation team determined that the captain's erroneous instructions were the main reason for the cargo ship's stranding, and the navigator sent by the Canal Administration did not bear the responsibility, because the navigator's proposal was "not mandatory."
Australia passes laws requiring Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc-CL C to pay for news
Australian Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said in a statement that the Australian Parliament passed the mandatory bargaining Act on News Media and Digital platforms on Thursday. The law solves the imbalance in bargaining power between news media business and digital platforms, the statement said. Before the law was passed, Facebook Inc lifted the ban on Australian news content after the government agreed to amend the world's first law to force Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc-CL C to pay local publishers for content. According to the statement, the bill was enacted after extensive analysis by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission
The Federal Reserve system went down and its payment system service was interrupted for a time.
Original title: the Fed's system crashed and its payment system services were disrupted for a time. On Wednesday, the Fed's payment system, which executes millions of financial transactions a day, suffered about four hours of service interruption, affecting more than a dozen Fed businesses, including the automatic clearing house system FedACH. ACH is a nationwide electronic money transfer system that handles payroll, social security benefits, tax rebates, corporate payments, and utility fees. According to the latest available data, the business service processed an average of 62.1 million transactions a day in 2019, with an average value of $1802. Richmond Fed spokesman Strad
Brent crude rose above $60 for the first time in a year. But be wary of a possible rise in US production
Original title: Brent crude rose above $60 for the first time in a year! But be wary of a rise in US production Investing.com-crude oil prices strengthened at midday in Asia on Monday, with Brent crude futures rising above the $60 mark for the first time since February last year, helped by continued supply restrictions by major oil producers and progress in a new stimulus package in the US. Weak non-farm workers are expected to push for more stimulus measures in the US, boosting demand on the same day that the official US non-farm payrolls report released on the same day showed that fewer jobs were added than expected. The number of newly employed people is only 49000, while the city
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