Asian markets rise, South Korea stocks pop ahead of US CPI report

Ramsay Health Care shares fall 14% as takeover talks hit roadblock

An Australian hospital operator Ramsay Health Cares Shares fell as much as 14.6% after the company declared The KKR-led consortium is “not in a position to finalize the terms” of an acquisition plan.

Ramsay Health rejected the proposal earlier this year, saying it was a concession “Meaning inferior.”

Shares of the company later recovered slightly, but were still down 11%.

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Neo jumped more than 20% at the open after the Deutsche Bank report

Hong Kong-listed shares of the Chinese electric vehicle maker Neo The open rose as much as 21% following a bullish report from Deutsche Bank.

Reiterating his buy rating, analyst Edison Yu made minor revisions to forecasts, saying the Sept. In a note dated the 12th, Deutsche Bank said the Neo was its top China EV pick.

“The company’s efforts around user experience, battery replacement, overseas expansion and internal battery cell development are highly undervalued and will eventually show clear differentiation as the local Chinese market becomes increasingly competitive,” Yu wrote.

Shares of the company were last 17% higher.

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CNBC Pro: Forget oil — coal is hot right now. According to pros, here are 2 stakes to play it

Coal mining in Wyoming.

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Nintendo shares advanced 5% ahead of games announcement livestream

Squid game-related stock surges 10% ahead of Emmys hopes

Puckett Studio Co.It owns shares in a private firm that represents “Squid Game” lead actor Lee Jung-jae, which soared more than 10% as the drama series saw historic success in the race.

The company’s shares jumped more than 20% immediately after Netflix’s release in June A letter from the directorHwang Dong-hyuk will announce the series and return with the second season.

Other content-related stocks CJ ENM and CJ CGV also gained more than 2.5% in the morning session, while Showbox rose 1.5%.

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CNBC Pro: Investing in Real Estate? These REITs are analysts’ favorites

Real estate investment trusts — or REITs — are coming back into the spotlight after a volatile year for many asset classes.

Analysts at Morgan Stanley and Citi highlight REITs from two sectors that will outperform the broader market and hold up in a recession.

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