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The hotel group will announce revenue for the third quarter.
Biopharmaceutical company Adocia released its cash position and revenue for the third quarter and provided an update on its operations. Its total revenue at the end of September 2022 amounted to € 9.8 million compared to € 0.9 million in 2021 in the same period. In the third quarter of 2022, revenues include 2.2 million euros of services provided by the Adocia teams as part of the collaboration signed with THDB on the BioChaperone® Combo project for the conduct of three clinical trials in Europe.
Atos said it now aims for annual growth in the upper half of its target range. The specialist in digital transformation and high-performance computing is counting on an evolution of its turnover at constant exchange rates in the upper half of the range between -0.5% and + 1.5%.
As of September 30, 2022, sales of Biomérieux reached 2.56 billion euros, with a growth of 4.4%. Excluding currency and perimeter effects, it fell by 1.9% at the end of the first 9 months. Currency effects remained favorable at € 155 million, mainly linked to the revaluation, over the period, of the US dollar and, to a lesser extent, the Chinese yuan against the euro.
The Product Inspection and Certification Specialist will release the third quarter revenue.
The distributor will report on third quarter sales.
Computer-aided design and manufacturing software maker Dassault Systèmes raised its earnings per share forecast for 2022 but lowered its licensing forecast. The French tech firm is now aiming for adjusted diluted earnings per share growth from 18% to 19%, or between € 1.12 and € 1.14, versus an increase from 14% to 16%, or from 1.08 at 1.10 euros, previously.
The cleaning and hygiene specialist will disclose third quarter revenue.
FDE, an energy producer with a negative carbon footprint, has a turnover for the first quarter of fiscal year 2023 (ended September 30, 2022) of € 9.7 million, up 232%, mainly driven by a further improvement in volumes of gas and electricity produced, in a context of still high energy prices. Its electricity generation revenues amounted to € 5.7 million in the first quarter of 2023 and increased by 188% compared to the first quarter of fiscal 2022.
The high-tech trading industry group will announce third quarter revenue.
The medical technology company specializing in spinal implants will report its revenues in the third quarter.
The survey specialist will disclose its revenue for the third quarter.
McPhy Energy, a specialist in low-carbon hydrogen production and distribution equipment (electrolysers and charging stations), has announced the signing of an 8-year maintenance contract with Siemens Energy, as the manufacturer and operator of the project of the West Guyana power plant (“CEOG” founded by Meridiam, Société Anonyme de la Raffinerie des Antilles (SARA) and Hydrogène de France (HDF)).
The Clermont-based tire maker posted sales up 20.5% to 20.7 billion euros at the end of September 2022, including a favorable exchange rate impact of 6.5%. The market development projections for the whole year are between – 2% and + 2% in passenger cars and light trucks, between + 2% and + 6% in trucks (excluding China) and between + 3% and + 7% % for Special Activities. Against this backdrop, Michelin confirms its guidance for a segment’s annual operating profit of over € 3.2 billion at constant exchange rates and revises its free cash flow guide to € 0.7 billion.
M6 communicated its turnover for the third quarter, equal to 290.1 million euros, down by 5.8% compared to the same period last year. Against an unfavorable base effect, advertising revenues decreased by 8.2% in an uncertain economic context that weighs on advertising investments in various sectors. The latter are affected by the inflation of raw material prices and by supply difficulties.
Cable manufacturer Nexans today announced its revenue for the first nine months of the year. This is up by 17.2% to 621 million euros compared to 501 million euros recorded in the same period of 2021. The group recorded a record order book for the Power Generation and Transmission segment. It therefore decided to raise its objectives for 2022 with an EBITDA between 590 and 600 million euros (compared to the previous 560-590 million euros) and to normalize the generation of free cash flow between 225 and 275 million.
Orpea, whose listing resumes today, must renegotiate its debt, including the covenants of numerous credit lines, which may not be respected at the current state of December 31, 2022. The group expects asset write-downs as of December 31 due to the ongoing strategic review and estimated, to date, between 2.1 and 2.5 billion euros before taxes. The current context is influencing the operating performance and the asset disposal program as envisaged by the financing plan approved with the main banking partners in May and aimed at guaranteeing the liquidity of the group.
Sodexo, a group of collective catering services and prepaid vouchers, has unveiled annual results that exceed forecasts. Operating profit amounted to € 1.06 billion in 2021-2022, compared to € 578 million in the previous year, up by 73.5% at constant exchange rates. The corresponding margin was 5%, against 3.3% the previous year. The group was aiming for an operating margin close to 5% at constant exchange rates. Annual turnover reached 21.13 billion euros, up 15.7% at constant exchange rates.
The semiconductor substrate specialist will announce third quarter sales.
Thales today publishes its order and revenue collection as of September 30, 2022. Revenues for the first 9 months of the year amounted to € 12.29 billion, compared to € 11.22 billion in the first 9 months of 2021, up by 6.4% on a perimeter basis and constant exchange rates. Despite the tensions on the supply chains and the geopolitical situation, the group maintains a constant pace of growth in turnover, driven in particular by the dynamics of digital identity and security activities ((DIS, ex-Gemalto).
Vinci achieved a strong increase in turnover in the third quarter, supported by the recovery in the number of passengers at airports and motorway traffic. The group’s quarterly turnover reached € 16.70 billion, up 26% over the previous year. The construction and concession company said traffic levels on its highways were higher than before the pandemic in 2019, despite rising fuel prices.
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