BÖRSE shares to follow in Paris and Europe (updated) – 11/17/2022 at 8:55 am

(Updated with Just Eat, registrations in Europe)


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Update on European .EUFR markets

PARIS, Nov 17 (Reuters) – Shares follow on Thursday on the Paris Stock Exchange and in Europe, where futures contracts show an open in scattered order:

* RENAULT RENA.PA could reduce its stake in Nissan 7201.T to 15% to bring it back to the level of the Japanese manufacturer with its own capital, the Nikkei Asian Review reported on Thursday.

➦ Renault plans to transfer more than half of its stake in Nissan-Nikkei

* BOUYGUES BOUY.PA confirmed its full year outlook after posting a 4% revenue increase for the first nine months on a constant volume and currency basis.

➦ Bouygues – 9-month sales of colas up 4%

* VINCI SGEF.PA on Wednesday reported that traffic to airports rose 57.8% in October from a year earlier, and said passenger traffic in the first ten months of 2022 will reach 70.8% of 2019 levels have.

➦ Vinci Airport: traffic growth of 57.8% in October 2022 compared to 2021

* ATOS ATOS.PA has announced that it is in exclusive negotiations with Lutech for the sale of its Italian operations.

➦ Atos enters into exclusive negotiations with Lutech for the sale of its activities in Italy

* AIR FRANCE-KLM AIRF.PA announced on Wednesday the success of its offer of bonds convertible into shares with a nominal value of 305.3 million euros to repay the aid granted by the French state.

➦ Air France-KLM announces the success of its bond offering

* ADP ADP.PA announced on Wednesday that the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) has taken an additional equity interest of approximately 1.59%, bringing the Canada Pension Fund’s total interest in the French group to approximately 5.64% .

* LA FRANÇAISE DES JEUX FDJ.PA on Thursday confirmed its 2022 targets and expects compound annual revenue growth at the top of a 4% to 5% range for 2022-2025.

* THYSSENKRUPP TKAG.DE has said it will offer its first dividend in four years thanks to strength in steel and materials markets, but the group has warned its profit and sales will fall sharply in 2023 if prices fall will.

* BURBERRY BRBY.L has posted 11% growth in its quarterly like-for-like store sales, a performance that beats the luxury group’s consensus.

* SIEMENS SIEGn.DE achieved better-than-expected results from its industrial activities in the fourth quarter.

* JUST EAT TAKEAWAY TKWY.AS announced a partnership in Europe with competitor Getir on Thursday.

* AUTOMOTIVE SECTOR – New car registrations in Europe rose 14.1% to 910,753 units in October, according to figures released on Thursday by the Association of European Automobile Manufacturers (ACEA).


(Written by Claude Chendjou and Laetitia Volga, edited by Bertrand Boucey)

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