Stocks to follow today on the Paris Stock Exchange – Thursday, February 3, 2022

(AOF) – Bonduelle

The agri-food group will publish (after market) its turnover for the first half.

Hair

Over 9 months, Capelli’s activity increased by 7.7% to 205.8 million euros. Revenue for the third quarter of 2021-2022 was up 6.1%, at 64.7 million euros. The real estate group specifies that this quarter is not very representative of the activity of the whole of the financial year. For the current financial year, Capelli considers that it has the means to achieve a turnover growth of around 20% but adds that it remains dependent on the global environment which could lead to certain delays.

Dassault Systems

Dassault Systèmes reported diluted IFRS net earnings per share in the fourth quarter of 2021, up 15% to 0.18 euros. In non-IFRS, diluted EPS increased by 17% to reach 0.29 euro. Reported operating income is up 12.3% under IFRS; by 14.7% in non-IFRS to 502.9 million euros. Non-IFRS operating margin increased by 80 basis points to 36.8%. IFRS and non-IFRS revenue increased by 10% to 1.37 billion euros. IFRS and non-IFRS software revenue grew by 10%.

Hopscotch

The Hopscotch Group’s consolidated turnover amounted to 154.6 million euros, and the consolidated gross margin reached 67.1 million euros for the financial year 2021, values ​​respectively up 25% and 20.5% compared to last year. The 4th quarter reinforced the recovery of activities observed throughout the year, particularly in events activities, which grew by 48% over the year despite the health hazards observed during the period. Consulting in Public Relations, influence, and digital communication increased in volume by nearly 10%.

Dassault Real Estate

In the 4th quarter of 2021, Immobilière Dassault’s rental income amounted to 6.1 million euros, up 19.9% ​​compared to the 4th quarter of 2020. Over the year as a whole, rental income was are therefore up 25.4% to 25.2 million euros.

LNA Health

The addiction care specialist will publish its annual turnover.

NRJ Group

The group will publish (after market) its annual turnover.

Partouche

In a press release, Groupe Partouche explains that it was surprised to learn from the press that the concession for the restaurant Le Laurent, which it currently operates, could be awarded by the City of Paris to Mathieu Pacaud and the Paris Society group headed by Laurent de Gourcuff. This perspective is confirmed by the explanatory memorandum to the draft deliberation submitted to the vote of the Paris Council on 8 February next and published on the website of the City of Paris, which specifies that the offer submitted by Groupe Partouche was considered irregular and was therefore not analysed.

Publicis

Publicis achieved net income of 1.027 billion euros in 2021, compared to 576 million euros in 2020. The operating margin was 1.84 billion, up 18.1%. The margin rate thus stands at 17.5%, up 150 basis points compared to 16.0% in 2020. Net income is 10.487 billion, up 8%. Organic growth is 10%. This implies organic growth of 3% compared to 2019, which accelerated in the second half to +5% after a first half of +1%.

Reworld Media

Reworld Media announced the acquisitions of Eclypsia and Jeux Vidéo Live, two sites dedicated to e-sports and online video games. Eclypsia.com is a site dedicated to major esports competitions and multiplayer video games. Created in 2012, it brings together an audience of 500,000 unique visitors per month. JeuxVideo-Live.com (JVL) is a video game news site founded in 2005, which has an audience of 700,000 unique visitors per month.

Sogeclair

Sogeclair achieved a turnover of 121 million euros in 2021, down 1.6% over one year, despite growth of 17.7% to 33.2 million in the last quarter. The Aerospace division, which represents 76.5% of the engineering company’s activity, posted an increase of 2.3%, including +28.3% in the last quarter, supported by the strong recovery in aviation commercial and the good performance of business aviation (42.7% of sales). The space segment grew by 2.7% over the year. On the other hand, the Simulation (22.4% of sales) and Vehicle segments fell by 12.6% and 14.5% respectively.

Thales

Following rumors of a possible interest in acquiring Atos’ cyber-security activities, Thales reacted. The group indicates that it is “potentially interested in any cybersecurity asset that may be available for sale”. He adds, however, that “no discussion is underway with Atos in this regard”.

Tikehau Capital

The asset management company will publish (after trading) its annual turnover.



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