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Stocks moving: OCI up 13%, Maersk down 25%

Chemicals major OCI topped the Stoxx 600 index in morning trade.

The stock rose 13% after the company said On Tuesday it will review recommendations made in a letter from Capital Partners, which includes the shareholder, which said it trades at a significant discount to its intrinsic value.

Meanwhile, shipping giant Moeller-Maersk fell 25% on its ex-dividend day. Company on Tuesday declared At its annual general meeting it will pay an extraordinary dividend of 2,300 Danish kroner ($335 dollars) in addition to a regular dividend of 2,000.00 DKK per share.

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Maersk share price.

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Sergio Ermotti returns as UBS CEO to oversee Credit Suisse acquisition

CNBC’s Joumanna Bercetche and Geoff Cutmore discuss the news that Sergio Ermotti will replace current UBS CEO Ralph Hamers.

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Ermotti UBS CEO appointment will calm nerves and boost confidence in Swiss banks: Analyst

Pete Whitman, partner at Porta Advisors, discusses UBS’s appointment of Sergio Ermotti as CEO.

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European stocks opened higher

European stock markets were upbeat in early trade on Wednesday, with the pan-regional Stocks 600 index up 0.5% at 8:20 a.m. London time.

France’s CAC 40 rose 0.65%, Germany’s DAX 0.42% and the UK’s FTSE 100 rose 0.26%.

Banks extended the previous session’s gains, rising 0.5%.

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Stoxx 600 Index.

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Sergio Ermotti to take over as UBS CEO

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CNBC Pro: Investing $10,000 Now According to the Pro

Markets have been hit by volatility in the past month, with some retail investors questioning where to park their money.

If you have $10,000 to invest, where should you put it in the face of uncertainty and how much should you allocate to each asset class? CNBC Pro talks to portfolio managers and investors.

CNBC Pro subscribers can read more here.

– Weissen Don

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CNBC Pro: As volatility lingers, this is what investors can expect in the second quarter — according to history

Stock markets edged higher in the first quarter of 2023, with the S&P 500 and MSCI World Index on track to post a total gain of more than 4%.

This is especially significant after a year of negative returns.

Here, CNBC Pro subscribers can read how markets have historically performed in similar conditions.

– Ganesh Rao

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European markets: Here are the opening calls

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