Stocks to Follow Today on the Paris Stock Exchange-Tuesday, June 14, 2010-02 June 14, 2002 09:02


Air France-KLM

Air France-KLM has announced a successful capital increase of € 2,256 million. The capital increase created strong demand totaling € 2.6 billion from existing shareholders and new investors. The French and Dutch states have participated within their rights, but their participation has not changed. Therefore, we reiterated our confidence in Air France-KLM’s performance. CMA CGM will be a new strategic reference shareholder with a 9% stake.


Amoéba has announced the issuance of a fifth tranche of bonds (OCA) that can be converted into new bond lending shares through an incentive program. That is, 60 OCAs from 241 to 300 issued entirely for the benefit of Nice & Green SA This issuance is part of the issuance. By signing a contract with Nice & Green SA on December 16, 2020 and issuing 480 OCAs with a nominal value of € 50,000, the aim is to set up bond lending under an incentive program.


Atos is exploring the possibility of splitting into two listed companies “to unleash its value-creating potential and develop ambitious transformation plans.” The first entity, called SpinCo (Evidian), will become a leader in the digital transformation, big data and cybersecurity markets, with a € 400 million plan to accelerate profitable growth, generating strong growth and high profit margins. increase.

Eurobio Scientific

Eurobio Scientific has announced the acquisition of Biomedical Diagnostics NV (BMD), a Belgian company specializing in the distribution of in vitro diagnostic tests in the Benelux region (Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg). BMD achieved sales of € 3.3 million in 2020. The acquisition was paid in cash, although the financial terms were not disclosed.


Ipsos announces a four-year plan for Investor Day. The Group’s goal is to accelerate growth, create shareholder value and become the world’s most recognized market research partner. From a financial perspective, Ipsos has confirmed its 2022 forecast. The Group expects organic growth of 5-7% from 2023 to 2025, compared to 3% to 5% from 2019 to 2021. Sales will reach € 3 billion by 2025 (including acquisitions).


Cork and barrel manufacturers publish their annual results.


Casino operators publish semi-annual sales (after the market).

Pernod Ricard

Irish Distillers, a subsidiary of Pernod Ricard and a producer of Irish whiskey such as Jameson, has announced an investment of € 50 million in the Midleton Distillery over a four-year period. The goal is to achieve carbon-neutral operations by the end of 2026. “This investment is the largest ever by an Irish distillery, making Middleton the first and largest carbon-neutral distillery in the country,” said Irish Distillers.


TotalEnergies has signed an agreement with Adani Enterprises Limited (AEL) to acquire a 25% stake in Adani New Industries Limited (ANIL). ANIL will be AEL and TotalEnergies’ exclusive platform for the production and commercialization of large-scale green hydrogen in India. As a first milestone, ANIL aims to produce 1 million tonnes of green hydrogen (Mtpa) annually by 2030, based on a new renewable energy production capacity of approximately 30 gigawatts (GW).


From 2024, Stellantis chose Valeo’s 3rd generation LiDAR to equip several models of different car brands. With Valeo Scala 3 LiDAR, these vehicles are certified for Level 3 Autonomy, making it completely safe for drivers to take their steering wheel off the road.