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Stock exchanges-Paris and stocks to follow in Europe (Updated) – 08/11/2022 at 08:43

(Updated with Ubisoft, ABF)

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PARIS, Nov 8 (Reuters) – Stocks on the Paris Stock Exchange and Europe adopted on Tuesday:

* RENAULT RENA.PA introduced on Tuesday that it’s focusing on enhancements in its working margins over the subsequent few years thanks to a method that separates electrical and thermal energy and goes by way of a number of partnerships to compensate for restricted capital.

➦ Renault targets 8% margin in 2025, no deal but with Nissan

* CARREFOUR CARR.PA introduced on Tuesday that it expects web free money circulate of greater than 1.7 billion euros and price financial savings of 4 billion euros by 2026, as a part of a brand new strategic plan supposed to make the group extra resilient in the excessive context. Inflation

➦ Carrefour has raised its money circulate targets in its 2026 strategic plan

* EDF EDF.PA – A leak occurred final Wednesday in the first circuit of the No. 1 reactor at the Sivaux nuclear energy plant (Vienne) that dangers delaying its restart scheduled for January 8, we realized from an trade supply with direct information. occasion

➦ Leak at nuclear threatens to delay restart of Sivax 1-supply

* AIR FRANCE-KLM AIRF.PA introduced on Monday the early compensation of 1 billion euros of the three.5 billion euros in excellent loans assured by the French state (PGE).

➦ Air France-KLM declares early compensation of PGE 1 billion euros

* EURAZEO EUR.PA introduced that its belongings below administration reached 32.37 billion euros at the top of September and confirmed the forecast introduced in March. On Monday, the group introduced a deal to promote its majority stake in American perfume group Nest at a valuation of round $200 million.

* UBISOFT UBIP.PA introduced that it has positioned 470 million euros in Ocean, a difficulty in which its Chinese shareholder Tencent (which has 5.5% of the capital) has subscribed up to 5%.

* VICAT VCTP.PA introduced on Monday that it expects decrease EBITDA this yr than in 2021 however which needs to be at least on par with what it generated in 2020. The group generated consolidated revenues of two.6 billion euros in the primary 9 months of the present fiscal yr, up 15.7% at fixed scope and alternate charges.

* BAYER BAYGn.DE – The German agrochemical and pharmaceutical big on Tuesday launched higher-than-anticipated quarterly outcomes, supported by robust demand for seeds and pesticides, and it confirmed its full-yr forecast.

* MUNICH RE MUVGn.DE – The German reinsurer posted a quarterly web revenue up 44% and confirmed its annual forecast regardless of the influence of Hurricane Ian, estimated at round 1.6 billion euros for the group, and deteriorating financial circumstances.

* DEUTSCHE POST DPWGn.DE – The German group of courier and logistics companies raised its annual working revenue (Ebit) forecast to consider the continued development of its operations and notably the nice efficiency of its subsidiary DHL.

* PANDORA PNDORA.CO posted barely higher-than-anticipated quarterly earnings and reaffirmed its full-yr steerage.

* Associated British Foods ABF.L – proprietor of Primark posted a 42% rise in full-yr revenue however confirmed earnings will fall in the present monetary yr due to rising prices and falling family disposable incomes.

* Henkel HNKG_p.DE raised its full-yr income and revenue forecast after posting a 17% gross sales enhance in the third quarter, helped by larger costs for its adhesives.

* BPER BANCA EMII.MI – Italy’s fourth-greatest financial institution posted a greater-than-anticipated quarterly web revenue, pushed by an increase in income following the acquisition of Banca Carriage.

* Update on modifications to suggestions in Paris:

➦ Update on suggestion modifications in Paris: Hermès, Sodexo, Kering, LVMH, Biomérieux

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(Writing by Claude Chendjou and Marc Angrand, Editing by Tangi Salon)

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