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The long-term rental and fleet management specialist will announce the third quarter results.
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The private equity firm specializing in infrastructure will publish its third quarter revenue.
The specialist in security and routing solutions for on-board electrical and fluid grids will announce the results for the third quarter.
Eiffage recorded a 7.3% increase in turnover in the third quarter, driven by works and concessions activities. The construction group achieved consolidated turnover in the three months up to the end of September of 5.18 billion euros. Its construction business increased by 8.5% and its concession subsidiary by 2%. At the end of October, Eiffage became the largest shareholder of the Channel Tunnel operator Getlink with nearly 19% of the capital.
Hopscotch, a communications and events consultancy group, has unveiled a 73.7% increase in its consolidated turnover as of September 30, 2022, equal to 161.4 million euros. Its gross margin was 58.1 million euros (+ 42.4%), with a third quarter of 2022 in line with the previous ones. PR and digital communication activities, which had progressed during the crisis, maintain their trajectory with further growth of more than 2.5%.
Advertising display giant JCDecaux posted sales growth of more than 14% in the third quarter, above its expectations, but remains impacted by travel restrictions in China. Its turnover in the period was 808.4 million euros. Revenue from digital developments (DOOH) has “grown substantially” (+ 25.5%) to nearly 30% of total revenue.
Neoen, one of the leading independent producers of exclusively renewable energy, announced unaudited turnover of € 354.6 million for the first nine months of 2022, up 46% compared to the first nine months of 2021. At exchange rates constant, increased by 41%. This growth is mainly due to the contribution of assets that entered into operation in Argentina and Australia in the course of 2021 as well as in France in 2021 and in the first half of 2022.
Société Générale reported higher-than-expected third quarter results on Friday, supported by its trading activities which benefited from market volatility. The net profit of the third largest French bank by market capitalization decreased 6.4% in the quarter. At € 1.5 billion, it is above analysts’ forecasts who expected an average of € 999 million. In the period, the bank’s revenues grew by 2.3% while its expenses increased by 1.5%.
The independent specialist in multi-technical services in the energy and communications sectors will report its turnover for the third quarter.
Teleperformance raised its targets for 2022 after experiencing strong growth in the third quarter of 2022. In this period, revenues reached € 2.056 billion, up 17.2%. The business of the customer experience management outsourcing specialist grew 7% like-for-like and 13.8% like-for-like, excluding the impact of the evolution of Covid service contracts
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