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Nestle shares rose to the top of the market in Switzerland Monday after reports that activist investor Third Point LLC is in regular dialogue with the world's biggest food company.
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Nestle is expected to open higher Wednesday after the world's biggest food company said it would buyback around $21 billion in shares over the next three years.
The sale is subject to regulatory approval in Brazil and the United States.
Third Point hedge fund turns up the heat in Switzerland
U.S. stock futures point higher on Monday and European shares rise as Wall Street posts a slight rebound to end last week.
L'Oreal shares hit an all-time high in the first hour of trading Monday, after activist investor Third Point called for Nestle to sell its substantial stake in the company.
Nestle shares surged after activist investor Third Point revealed it had built a stake in the group and pressed for asset sales in increased buybacks.
Nestle could be the next European firm in the cross-hairs of a U.S. activist after Dan Loeb's Third Point hedge fund pressed it to shed assets and increase share buybacks.
The deal is subject to regulatory approval and would close later this year.
L'Oreal made early gains in Paris Friday after it picked a buyer for its beleaguered Body Shop division.
L'Oreal is confident in its 'ability to achieve another year of sales and profit growth in 2017,' CEO Jean-Paul Agon said.
The Bettencourt family is the largest shareholder in the French cosmetics company L'Oreal.
The deadline to submit a bid for L'Oreal's Body Shop is Friday.
Alphabet's top line could take a hit in 2017 as a result of AT&T, Verizon and other advertisers pulling ads from YouTube.
Google intends to go on a hiring spree to combat extremist content and introduce more safeguards for advertisers
Google's treatment of extremist content is coming under fire as more companies temporarily pull advertising from Google's YouTube and programmatic advertising platforms.
Google has found itself in the cross hairs of British lawmakers after it was discovered that government advertising was being played before extremist content.
Investors will be looking for Adobe to demonstrate the strength of its cloud model.
GlaxoSmithKline faces a rebellion from shareholders over the pay package of its incoming CEO Emma Walmsley, the U.K.'s top businesswoman
M&A continued as a key influence for European stocks while politics also returned to the fore as polls narrowed in favor of Le Pen
Demand for 'green' consumer products is rising and giants like Procter & Gamble are noticing.
L'Oreal is said to be working with Lazard on options for The Body Shop, as it focuses on skincare lines.
A scattered day of trading leaves stocks mixed on Tuesday with the Nasdaq enjoying a record close for its third day in a row and the Dow lost ground again.
Stocks turn mixed on Tuesday, though the Nasdaq remains on track to set to record a close for its third day in a row.
Cramer looks back on his previous criticism of Valeant following L'Oreal deal.
Stocks turn higher Tuesday as crude oil declines and the fourth-quarter earnings season draws closer.