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Stocks to follow today on the Paris Stock Exchange – Tuesday, May 10, 2022

(AOF) – Capgemini

Capgemini has been selected by Airbus to implement a global cloud-first transformation program for its Commercial Aircraft and Helicopters businesses. As a strategic partner of Airbus, Capgemini will manage end-to-end cloud infrastructure services for these business lines. Capgemini will adopt a holistic “sustainability by design” approach to enable Airbus cloud services to achieve carbon neutrality by 2024.


The group will publish its turnover for the first quarter.


The group will publish its turnover for the first quarter.


In April 2022, Le Shuttle Freight transported 128,980 trucks, an increase of 14% compared to April 2021, driven by the stoppage of P&O ships between March 17 and April 26, 2022. Since January 1, nearly 504,000 trucks crossed the Channel aboard the Shuttles.

Innate Pharma

Innate Pharma achieved sales of 2.6 million euros in the first quarter of 2022 (4.5 million euros for the first quarter of 2021). Revenue comes mainly from the spread of payments received under collaboration and license agreements with AstraZeneca. The cash position of the biotech at March 31 amounted to 131.7 million euros. It does not include the $50 million milestone payment to be received from AstraZeneca.

Maurel & Prom

Maurel & Prom recalled that the restoration of the export capacities of the Ezanga permit, restricted since the incident which occurred on April 28 at the facilities of the Cap Lopez oil terminal operated by Perenco, had been in progress since May 4. Evacuation capacities have now risen to a first level of approximately 10,000 bpd, which has enabled M&P to gradually restart the wells.

NRJ Group

The group will publish (after market) its turnover for the first quarter.

Quantum Genomics

Quantum Genomics has enrolled all of the patients planned for its pivotal Phase 3 study, FRESH, to evaluate the efficacy of firibastat in the treatment of difficult-to-treat and resistant hypertension.



China’s Geely Auto and Renault have reached an agreement whereby Geely Auto will subscribe for 34.02% of the shares of Renault Korea Motors (RKM) through a capital increase mechanism. The operation will be subject to the approvals of the competent authorities. This will strengthen the collaboration between Renault Group and Geely Auto in future plans around the launch of an all-new range of vehicles for the South Korean market, as announced on January 21, 2022, commented the French manufacturer.


The group will publish its results for the first quarter.


Trigano lifted the veil Monday evening on its results for the first half of 2021-2022 (September-February). Over the period, the king of motorhomes published a net profit of 141.3 million euros (against 114.4 million a year earlier) and a current operating profit of 179.3 million (against 151.4 million). one year earlier). Turnover reached 1.49 billion euros, up 9.2% on a reported basis and 8.4% at constant scope and exchange rates.


Veolia and Saur have just signed a unilateral purchase agreement under which Saur has undertaken to acquire Veolia’s activities in mobile water services in Europe, which are part of the antitrust remedies required by the European Commission. The amount of the sale of the assets in question amounts to approximately 190 million euros.


Seymour Whyte, Australian subsidiary of Vinci Construction, has been chosen by the government of New South Wales to build the central section of the new M12 motorway which will link the future Western Sydney International airport (Nancy-Bird Walton) to the motorway network of New South Wales. metropolitan area of ​​Sydney. This contract, worth approximately 373 million Australian dollars (255 million euros), includes the construction of 7.5 km of 2×2 lanes, 11 bridges, cycle paths and footpaths, networks, intelligent transport systems (STI) and green spaces.


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