Stock market: Stocks to follow in Paris and Europe – 04/14/2022 at 09:05


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PARIS, Apr 14 (Reuters) – Stocks to follow on Thursday on the Paris Stock Exchange and across Europe, where futures contracts are pointing to a higher open:

* HERMES HRMS.PA on Thursday reported a 27% jump in first-quarter sales, driven by demand for luxury accessories, particularly in Europe and across the Atlantic as the sector suffers from the aftermath of the war in Ukraine and measures to combat it of the war suffers from coronavirus in China.

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* PUBLICIS PUBP.PA, the third-largest advertising group in the world, on Thursday reported better-than-expected organic growth in the first quarter, but without revising full-year guidance due to economic uncertainties. nL5N2WB51J

* VALNEVA VLS.PA – The UK Medicines Agency announced Thursday that it has approved the COVID-19 vaccine developed by Valneva. The stock’s listing will be suspended at the opening pending a press release from the group, stated Euronext. nL5N2WC0VO

* ARCELORMITTAL MT.AS acquires majority interest in US plant from Voestalpine VOES.VI

* OVHCLOUD OVH.PA on Thursday raised its 2022 revenue growth target after reporting a good and solid first half. nS8N2VA02Z

* VIVENDI VIV.PA will officially launch its takeover bid for shares in LAGARDÈRE LAGA.PA on Thursday.

* CREDIT AGRICOLE CAGRI.PA has told Italy’s Finance Ministry that it has no plans to take control of BANCO BPM BAMI.MI, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters on Wednesday, after the French bank acquired a stake of 9 .2% of the capital of the Italian establishment. nL5N2WB4ON

* STELLANTIS STLA.MI said in a statement on Wednesday that it would explain how shareholders’ advisory vote was taken into account in next year’s 2022 Compensation Resolution, with state-owned bank Bpifrance voting against on Wednesday CEO Carlos Tavares’ compensation. nP6N2VR034 nP6N2VR031

* ERICSSON ERICb.ST on Thursday reported lower operating profit due to the suspension of its operations in Russia and warned it could face a fine in the United States over alleged corruption in Iraq.

* Edizione, the Benetton family holding company and main shareholder of ATLANTIA ATL.MI, and American investment fund Blackstone BX.N announced on Thursday that they would make an offer to buy the Italian infrastructure group at €23 per share. nL5N2WC17H

(Written by Claude Chendjou and Laetitia Volga, edited by Jean-Michel Bélot)

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