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Starbucks Corp <SBUX.O> on Tuesday became the first major U.S. company to warn of a financial hit from the new coronavirus outbreak in China, as it closed thousands of restaurants and adjusted operating hours in its biggest growth market.
Agricultural commodity merchant Louis Dreyfus Company (LDC) said on Friday it will develop aquaculture and plant-based energy production as part of an industrial joint venture in China.
WEEKLY TOTAL $5.97bn – IPO $0.0 – ABB/BLOCK $2.16bn – FOLLOW-ON $1.84bn – CB $1.98bn
Essential Properties Realty Trust (US, REIT) – $173.9m ABB. 6.9m shares (100% prim) at $25.20 versus $24.45-$25.20 marketing and $25.47 last sale. BARC, BOFA, CITI. Upsized from 6.25m shares.
Apellis Pharmaceuticals (US, biotech) – $351.5m. 9.5m shares (100% prim) at $37.00 versus $39.14 last sale and $38.73 at launch. CITI, JPM, EVER. Upsized from 7m shares.
Mirum Pharmaceuticals (US, biotech) – $48m FO. 2.4m shares (100% prim) at $20.00 versus $20.99 last sale and $23.03 launch. CITI, EVER, GUGG.
Intra-Cellular Therapies (US, biotech) – $295m FO. 10m shares (100% prim) at $29.50 versus $31.00 last sale and $30.62 launch. JPM, SVBL, EVER.
Luckin Coffee Inc <LK.O> said it is expanding into vending machines that sell freshly brewed hot beverages and snacks, seeking even more of the China market after overtaking Starbucks Corp <SBUX.O> as the country's biggest coffee chain by number of stores.
Luckin Coffee Inc said it is expanding into vending machines that sell freshly brewed hot beverages and snacks, seeking even more of the China market after overtaking Starbucks Corp as the country's biggest coffee chain by number of stores.
January 7: Intra-Cellular Therapies (US, bitoech) – $295m FO. 10m shares (100% prim) at $29.50 versus $31.00 last sale and $30.62 launch. JPM, SVBL, EVER.
Louis Dreyfus Company (LDC) has made strategy chief Patrick Treuer its new head of finance, a latest management reshuffle at the agricultural commodity giant controlled by Margarita Louis-Dreyfus.
Luckin Coffee Inc's <LK.O> new teas pulled in more customers to its rapidly expanding network of stores in China in the third quarter, helping the Starbucks rival post a smaller-than-expected loss and sending its shares up nearly 14%.
* Indexes down: Dow 0.06%, S&P 0.13%, Nasdaq 0.20% (Updates to open)
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U.S. stock index futures fell on Wednesday, a day after the S&P 500 and Nasdaq hit new record highs, as a lack of clarity on U.S.-China trade relations from President Donald Trump and escalating tensions in Hong Kong dampened risk appetite.
China's Luckin Coffee Inc reported a more than six-fold increase in quarterly revenue on Wednesday, as the Starbucks Corp rival rapidly opened stores and pulled in new customers.
China's Luckin Coffee Inc <LK.O> and International commodity merchant Louis Dreyfus Company (LDC) [AKIRAU.UL] plan to develop a juice business, as the coffee chain expands into new drink categories in its battle with Starbucks Corp <SBUX.O>.
China's Luckin Coffee said on Thursday it has signed an agreement with European agricultural commodities house Louis Dreyfus Company to establish a joint venture to develop a juice business in China.
Luckin Coffee <LK.O> turned in a bigger-than-expected loss as costs ballooned on store openings and heavy discounts aimed at competing with Starbucks <SBUX.O>, driving the Chinese firm's U.S.-listed stock down sharply on Wednesday.
Luckin Coffee Inc reported a more than seven-fold jump in quarterly revenue on Wednesday, in its first earnings report as a public company, as the Chinese challenger to Starbucks Corp rapidly opened new stores in its home market.
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