Nissan to sell 16.4 million Daimler shares
FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Nissan Motor is selling 16.4 million shares in German carmaker Daimler through an accelerated bookbuild offer, it said on Tuesday.
Investors were guided to expect pricing near Tuesday’s closing price of 72.41 euros a share, a bookrunner organising the deal said. Bank of America and Societe Generale are organising the block trade.
(Reporting by Arno Schuetze; Editing by David Goodman)
More Top Stories
On Saturday, former President Donald Trump criticized the media for misrepresenting him in public opinion polls ahead of the 2020 presidential election.read more
“We have no rights whatsoever. What we have right now is some kind of a hybrid between fascism and communism,” says Artur Pawlowskiread more
Wisconsin becomes the next state to audit the 2020 election as voters still question the legitimacy of Joe Biden’s White Houseread more
FNC’s Carlson: New CDC Mask Rules ‘a Troubling Development’ for Democrats Whose Main Interest Is Power, Not Public Health
Friday on FNC’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” host Tucker Carlson reacted to the new guidance from the CDC, which ends a mask requirement for those who …read more
President Joe Biden believes illegal aliens are part “of what the American Dream represents,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Friday.read more
Motorists in southeast U.S. states on Saturday continued to hunt for fuel as a massive replenishment effort took hold, helping ease shortages from a cyberattack …read more