Eutelsat, Dassault Systmes, Soitec, Unilever, Logitech, Walmart, UBS…




As financial information is consumed like pastries and hot and at breakfast time, Anthony Bunden wakes up at dawn to serve you the morning meeting each morning.
A financial journalist and stockbroker for more than two decades, an incomparable editorial and slanderer, he is the editor-in-chief of ZoneBourse.

Every morning, the Zonebourse team collects and summarizes basic information related to listed companies around the world, to get access to the main news at the start of the stock exchange day. The content includes a section on France and another on key international markets, particularly US companies and those in major European markets (UK, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, and Spain) and Asia Pacific.

in France

company results

  • Dassault System: The group is sticking to its good habits by raising its annual forecast after a strong first half.
  • Edenred: The group reported sharply higher earnings in the first half and expects Ebitda to rise significantly during the year.
  • Remy Cointreau: Targets were confirmed at the end of the first quarter of the fiscal year, which was marked by strong organic growth.
  • Soitec: Financial revenue for the first quarter increased 6% to €203 million. Goals confirmed.

Important (and less important) ads

  • Eutelsat and OneWeb will be combined in a stock transaction, valuing the British company at $3.4 billion.
  • JCDecaux returns to Shanghai Metro with an extended contract.
  • Gaztransport & Technigaz has received an order from Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries to design the tanks for six LNG container ships.
  • Hydrogène de France is partnering with Saigon Asset Management to develop power plants in Vietnam.
  • Lucibel ends its partnership with Dior Parfums.
  • Pixium Vision has successfully implanted the Prima system for the first time in a patient in the Netherlands as part of the pivotal European PRIMAvera study.
  • Société Foncière Lyonnaise, Lumibird, Paragon ID, Prologue, M2i, BigBen, Acteos, Frey, Prodways, Société Française de Casinos, Cabasse, Cafom and Eurobio have posted their accounts.

In the world

company results

  • DSV: Group raises its forecast for 2022 Ebit.
  • easyJet: Quarterly revenue is strong but the group is bearing a huge cost of £133m due to the turmoil in the European climate.
  • Lindt: The chocolate maker beat first-half earnings expectations. It plans to launch a share buyback program of 1 billion Swiss francs for two years.
  • Logitech: The group saw a dip in its revenue and results last quarter, beyond what was feared. Annual goals are reduced.
  • Randstad: EBIT for the second quarter is up 18% and roughly in line with expectations.
  • UBS Group: The bank posted a net profit of $2.1 billion in the second quarter, which is less than expected.
  • Unilever: The group beat organic growth expectations in the second quarter.
  • Walmart: The retailer is lowering its targets for the second quarter and full year. The title lost 10% of the session.
  • Whirlpool: The US group is lowering its annual earnings forecast after a fairly strong quarter.

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  • Alibaba will apply for Hong Kong listing.
  • Shell will develop the Jackdaw gas field in the British North Sea, to enter service around 2025.
  • Amazon will raise prices for its Prime subscription in September in 5 European countries, including France.
  • Meta Platforms rolls out a monetization feature for Facebook video creators.
  • The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has launched an investigation into Coinbase in connection with the listing of cryptocurrencies.
  • The US Department of Energy is ready to lend $2.5 billion to a joint GM battery project, according to Reuters.
  • Today’s major publications: Microsoft, Alphabet, Visa, LVMH, The Coca-Cola Company, McDonald’s, Texas Instruments, Unilever, Mondelez, 3M Company, General Electric, UBS Group, Dassault Systèmes, Compass, DSV, Lindt, Michelin .. all Agenda here.

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