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Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on January 24

Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on January 24 ZURICH/BERLIN, Jan 24 (Reuters) - The Swiss blue-chip SMI .SSMI was seen opening 0.1% higher at 11,419 points on Tuesday, according to premarket indications by bank Julius Baer JBPRE01 . Here are some of the main factors that may affect Swiss stocks: CREDIT SUISSE CSGN.S Qatar's sovereign wealth fund has increased its stake in Credit Suisse to just under 7%, becoming the Swiss bank's second-largest shareholder after Saudi National Bank, in a sign tha
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Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on January 19

Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on January 19 ZURICH/BERLIN, Jan 19 (Reuters) - The Swiss blue-chip SMI .SSMI was seen opening 0.5% lower at 11,308 points on Thursday, according to premarket indications by bank Julius Baer JBPRE01 . Here are some of the main factors that may affect Swiss stocks: GEBERIT GEBN.S The plumbing products supplier said its annual sales fell by 2% in 2022 as wholesalers ran down stocks in the second half of the year to skirt price rises and customers moved away from hom
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ABB aims for 5-10 small-to-medium acquisitions a year - chairman

DAVOS 2023-ABB aims for 5-10 small-to-medium acquisitions a year - chairman By Divya Chowdhury and Savio Shetty DAVOS, Switzerland, Jan 18 (Reuters) - Heavy electrical company ABB Ltd ABBN.S Chairman Peter Voser sees his firm acquiring between five to 10 small-to-medium enterprises a year to add to the company's organic business, he said on Monday.
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Political and General News Events from Jan. 18

DIARY-Political and General News Events from Jan. 18 Jan 18 (Reuters) - For other diaries, please see: Political and General News POL/DIARY Top Economic Events M/DIARY Emerging Markets Economic Events EMRG/DIARY Government Debt Auctions D/DIARY U.S. Federal Reserve FED/DIARY Today in Washington WASH/DIARY -------------------------------------------------------------------- This diary is filed daily.
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Zurich Insurance to begin share buyback program on Nov. 21

ZURICH, Nov 18 (Reuters) - Switzerland's Zurich Insurance Group AG ZURN.S on Friday said it will launch its previously announced share buyback program on Nov. 21. Europe's fifth-largest insurer said in August it intended to repurchase up to 1.8 billion Swiss francs ($1.89 billion) worth of shares. The amount corresponded to a maximum of 4.15 million shares or a maximum of 2.76% of Zurich's registered share capital.
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