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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 opened firmly higher Wednesday after the world's biggest food company said it would buyback around $21 billion in shares over the next three years.
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.
U.S. stocks are higher in early trading.
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The rescue of two failing Italian lenders helped to lift European benchmarks higher Monday, with solid gains for lenders in Southern Europe in particular.
Third Point hedge fund turns up the heat in Switzerland
Daniel Loeb's Third Point is taking more than a 1% stake in Nestle, the Swiss food and beverage company.
U.S. stock futures point higher on Monday and European shares rise as Wall Street posts a slight rebound to end last week.
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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.
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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.
Nestle is looking to get in on the growing $10 billion online prepared meals market that is expected to grow more rapidly in the U.S.
U.S. stock futures are higher on Friday, ahead of data on the U.S. housing market and consumer sentiment, and as tech shares show signs of a slight rebound.
Nestle shares rose the most in more than a month Friday after the world's biggest food company said it may sell its U.S. confectionery business.
The brands for sale, including Crunch, Butterfinger and Raisinets, generated 2016 sales of about $741 million.
The unit had sales of around 900 million Swiss francs, or $922.89 million, in 2016.
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