Values ​​to follow in Paris and in Europe (updated) – 05/20/2024 at 08:52

(Updated with EPC)


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Values ​​which are traded ex-dividend .EX.PA


Update on European markets .EUFR

Stocks to follow on Monday on the Paris Stock Exchange and in Europe:

* RYANAIR RYA.I published on Monday an annual profit up 34% to the record level of 1.92 billion euros and displayed “cautious optimism” on the summer prices of its tickets which should be stable or slightly higher than last year.

* VOLKSWAGEN VOWG_p.DE has ended discussions with RENAULT RENA.PA on sharing the architecture of the diamond group’s future electric Twingo and could develop and produce its next small affordable electric car on its own, two sources told Reuters close to the file.

* ATOS ATOS.PA – Atos’ bond creditors rejected the offer to take over the IT group from Czech billionaire Daniel Kretinsky, citing a project incompatible with their own intentions, according to information published by La Tribune.


EPC Group

EEPC.PA – The French company manufacturing and distributing explosives announced on Monday that it had been the subject of a surprise visit and seizure operation by the services of the French Competition Authority.

* DANONE DANO.PA announced on Friday evening that it was finalizing the sale of its EDP activities in Russia.

* BALOISE BALN.S – Activist investor Cevian has taken a 3.12% stake in Swiss insurer Baloise, the Swiss Stock Exchange announced on Saturday. The value of the stake amounts to around 213 million Swiss francs (215 million euros) at current market prices, according to a Reuters calculation.

* EQT EQTAB.ST is in advanced talks to buy British video game company Keywords Studios for 2.2 billion pounds, the Financial Times reported.

* UNICREDIT CRDI.MI – A Russian court ordered the seizure of assets, accounts and property of UniCredit, as well as the shares of two subsidiaries, as part of a trial relating to an aborted gas project involving the Italian bank , court documents show.

* MARKS & SPENCER MKS.L – The British distributor apologized to its customers on Saturday, its website and mobile application having been out of service for several hours due to a “technical problem”.


➦ Values ​​to follow in Paris and Europe (updated)

(Written by Corentin Chappron and Claude Chendjou)

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