In France

Important (and not so important) announcements

  • Coty files an application for listing on the Paris Stock Exchange.
  • Société Générale completes a share buyback of €440.5 million.
  • The FDA grants priority review to Dupixent (Sanofi) for the treatment of eosinophilic esophagitis in children aged 1 to 11 years.
  • EssilorLuxottica launches Helix, an integrated digital platform for opticians.
  • Air France-KLM to order 50 Airbus long-haul aircraft
  • Canal+ (Vivendi) refuses the auctions, the TV rights war with the LFP resumes.
  • Carmat will not achieve its annual targets and could find itself short of cash.
  • Figeac Aéro strengthens its management team.
  • Gaussin renames its joint venture with Macinca, resulting from the takeover of Navya assets, GAMA.
  • Omer-Decugis equips itself with an Aweta solution for its lawyers.
  • Europlasma’s Chinese subsidiary is negotiating with a Chinese fund to develop a lithium-ion battery recycling process.
  • The little corner of dilution: Veom raises funds via an OCA, transferred from Negma to Global Growth Holding.
  • They have published / They must publish : Gascogne, Altheora, Cabasse, Poxel, Veom…

In the big world

Important (and not so important) announcements

  • Imperial Brands fell 6% yesterday after a report in The Guardian that British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is considering banning cigarettes for the next generation.
  • ASM International raises its turnover target for 2025.
  • Verbio records a drop in profits and announces cautious outlook.
  • ASOS reported a 10% drop in annual revenue, but said it was profitable in the final quarter and its turnaround plan was progressing.
  • CRH will allocate $10 billion to dividends and share buybacks over the next five years, according to its CEO.
  • DWS (Deutsche Bank) pays $25 million to the American financial market supervisory authority to terminate a procedure.
  • Nissan boss Makoto Uchida assured that there would be “no turning back” for the manufacturer on electric vehicles.
  • Ford halts construction of $3.5 billion battery plant in Michigan due to doubts about site’s competitiveness.
  • Evonik wants to reorganize by splitting off certain assets.
  • Spotify unveils AI voice translation feature.
  • Eckert & Ziegler lands a big contract in the United States.
  • Cofinimmo divests two rest homes in Belgium.
  • The main publications of the day: Costco, Cintas, Ferguson, Smiths Group, Trigano, Verbio, Danieli…The whole agenda here.