Stocks to follow today on the Paris Stock Exchange – Thursday April 21, 2022

(AOF) – Albioma

The renewable energy producer will publish its turnover for the first quarter.

Alstom

Alstom has signed a framework contract with the Department of Transport in Victoria, Australia, for the supply of 100 Flexity low-floor New Generation (TNG) trams for the world’s largest urban tram network. Worth around 700 million euros, the contract includes the supply of rolling stock and maintenance for 15 years, making it the largest tram contract in Australia and the southern hemisphere.

Biosynex

As part of the strategic strengthening of its molecular biology offer, Biosynex has announced that it has become the reference shareholder of Primadiag after acquiring a 23.31% stake in this company specializing in the development and production of robots applied to the automation of diagnostic solutions by PCR (polymerase chain reaction). Primadiag has developed a modular robotic platform that automates the preparation of biological and genetic analyses.

Boiron

The specialist in homeopathic preparations will publish (after market) its turnover for the first quarter.

Office Veritas

The certification specialist will publish its turnover for the first quarter.

Cabasse

Cabasse fell into the red in 2021, 2020 having benefited from the net proceeds from the disposal of the connected lighting retail activities. Last year, the smart home specialist suffered a net loss of 1.6 million euros, against a profit of 0.2 million in 2020. LEbitda jumped 70% to 1.2 million euros in 2021. The Ebitda margin showed a strong improvement, at 3.8% over the financial year against 2.3% a year earlier. Cabasse Group’s turnover amounted to 30.5 million euros, up 9% on a like-for-like basis.

Crossroads

Carrefour published a turnover including tax of 20.24 billion euros during the first quarter of 2022, up 3.4% year on year on a like-for-like basis, excluding fuel and hyperinflation, against growth of 4.2 % last year at the same time. Including the increase in gasoline sales and a favorable exchange rate effect, total growth was 9%. In France, activity remained stable, while it grew by 3.4% on an organic basis in Spain and by 7.5% in Brazil, supported by a return to growing volumes during the quarter.

Company of the Alps

The operator of ski areas and theme parks will publish (after market) its half-yearly turnover.

Drone Volt

Drone Volt saw its revenues fall 3% to 1.745 million euros in the first quarter. Revenue from high value-added activities (Drone Volt Factory, Services & Academy) came to 789,0000 euros, stable over one year. The gross margin of high value-added activities stood at 507,000 in the first quarter of 2022, up slightly by 1% year-on-year. Thus, the gross margin rate for these activities stands at 64%, very close to its record level thanks to strong activity in services and training.

Edenred

In the first quarter of 2022, Edenred’s total revenue amounted to 439 million euros, up +17.6% as reported. Like-for-like, total revenue increased by +15.7%. Operating revenue reached 426 million, up +17.3% on a reported basis. On a like-for-like basis, operating revenue increased by +15.3%. This very good performance is in line with the solid trends already observed in 2021.

FDJ

The national lottery will publish (after market) its turnover for the first quarter.

Fnac-Darty

The distributor of cultural and leisure products will publish its turnover for the first quarter.

Gecina

The property company will publish its turnover for the first quarter.

getlink

Getlink’s first-quarter 2022 revenue was €227.8 million, up 46%. Revenue from Eurotunnel Shuttles of €137.6 million, up 55%, reflecting the lifting of health restrictions for passengers and the normalization of truck traffic. Rail network revenue up 57% to 52 million euros due to the large return of Eurostar travelers since testing requirements were lifted in February. Europorte’s turnover gained 3% to 33 million euros.

GTT

The group specializing in the design of membrane containment systems for the transport and storage of liquefied gas will publish (after market) its turnover for the first quarter.

Ipsos

The specialist in the development and distribution of studies by surveys will publish its turnover for the first quarter.

Kering

The luxury group will publish (after market) its turnover for the first quarter.

Maurel & Prom

Maurel & Prom posted revenue of $130 million in the first quarter of 2022, up 53%. Compared to the fourth quarter of 2021, activity fell by 34%. The valued production of the group (income from production activities, excluding delays in removal and revaluation of inventories) amounts to 165 million dollars. The restatement of pick-up mismatches, net of the revaluation of the inventory value had a negative effect of 35 million for the quarter, due to the group’s pick-up schedule which saw only one pick-up in Gabon in January.

Mercialys

Mercialys’ rental income came to 43.6 million euros in the first quarter of 2022. They were thus up 2.4% year-on-year. “In the 1st quarter of 2022, Mercialys continued to reduce its vacancy rate towards normative levels. The stabilization of rent reversion, in a general context of rising inflation, also illustrates the solidity of the model”, commented Vincent Ravat, the general manager of the real estate company specializing in shopping centers.

OVHcloud

OVHcloud has acquired ForePaaS, a unified platform specializing in data analytics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence projects for businesses. The 23 employees of the ForePaaS teams as well as its founders are joining the group’s workforce today to build a family of solutions, which will actively contribute to the deployment of OVHcloud’s growth acceleration strategy thanks to the enrichment of its offer. Platform as a Service (PaaS).

Rexel

Rexel generated sales of €4.378 billion in the first quarter of 2022, up 31.4%. On a current number of days, sales increased by 19.1% and on a constant number of days, by 16%. The electrical equipment distributor welcomed a continued increase in volumes in Europe and North America despite persistent difficulties in product availability. Order books are up in its main countries due to sustained demand, accelerating electrification trends and supply chain tensions.

SergeFerrari Group

SergeFerrari Group achieved revenue of 79 million euros in the first quarter of 2022, up 23.4%. The specialist in innovative flexible composite fabrics recorded organic growth of 22.4%. “This performance is explained by the combined effects of strong commercial momentum in most of the group’s strategic markets, a favorable base effect due to less strict health rules than in the first quarter of 2021 and an impact positive price over the period,” the company explained.

Sodexo

Sodexo has announced the sale of its activities in Russia, which represent less than 1% of the group’s turnover. The mass catering specialist ceded control of its activities in the country to the local management team, which continues operations in Russia via an independent structure and brand. Sodexo has no activities in Ukraine.

Tikehau Capital

The asset management company will publish (after market) its turnover for the first quarter.

Veralia

Verallia achieved revenue of 749.9 million euros in the first quarter of 2022, up 24%. The strong momentum in sales volumes over the quarter, up by nearly 10%, combined with sales price increases of more than 10%, offset some of the very significant inflation in production costs, explained the packaging specialist in glass. Adjusted EBITDA also increased by more than 20% to 182.7 million euros, for a margin of 24.4% (-0.7 point).

vinci

The concession and construction group will publish (after market) its turnover for the first quarter.

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