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The values ​​to follow tomorrow on the Paris Stock Exchange – Tuesday, January 17, 2023

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The values ​​to follow tomorrow on the Paris Stock Exchange - Tuesday, January 17, 2023

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In December 2022, Paris airports recorded the highest recovery rates of the year with, at Paris-Charles de Gaulle, traffic reaching 88.0% of the level of December 2019 and, at Paris-Orly, traffic reaching 108.0% of the December 2019 level. Group traffic increased by 36.1%, to 24.4 million passengers, i.e. 93.2% of traffic in 2019, while Paris Aéroport traffic was up 45.2% to 7.6 million passengers, recording the highest recovery rate of the year at 93.7% of 2019 traffic.

Alpha MOS

During its meeting of January 13, 2023, the Alpha MOS Board of Directors welcomed the work accomplished by Pierre Sbabo since his arrival in January 2020. It renewed his confidence in him and extended his term of office as Chief Executive Officer for a period of 3 years.

Alstom

Alstom, a specialist in smart and sustainable mobility, has won a new contract with VR Sweden for the maintenance of 30 regional trains in Sweden. Alstom will provide VR Sweden, the new train operator, with the maintenance of the Tåg i Bergslagen fleet, which connects the four counties of Bergslag. Through this contract, worth nearly one billion Swedish crowns, Alstom will maintain the fleet for 10 years, with a one-year option. The new contract will take effect on December 10, 2023.


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Argan

Argan has regained its occupancy rate of 100%. The Ferrières-en-Brie group’s logistics park consists of two class A sites of 47,000 square meters and 32,000 square meters. Disneyland Paris rents four cells in this last building, ie 24,500 square meters, to which are added 1,500 square meters of offices. The two groups are committed under a 10-year long-term lease. With this new leading signature, all of Argan’s platforms are now leased for a total of 3.5 million square meters.

Arkema

“Arkema has successfully placed a bond issue of 400 million euros with an 8-year maturity bearing an annual coupon of 3.50%”, announces the French chemical group. He specifies that this issue, which “is part of the group’s financing policy” “allows it to extend the average maturity of its financing” and to “undertake the refinancing of its closest bond maturities”. Arkema adds that it is rated BBB+ by Standard & Poor’s and Baa1 by Moody’s, with a stable outlook.


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catana

Catana “opens its new 2022/2023 financial year on solid foundations” with activity up 34.89%. The pleasure craft specialist reports that it is recording “a sustained level of activity” “in all its compartments”, after a significant market share gain in 2021/2022, materialized by historic growth of 46%. Quarterly revenue for the new fiscal year stands at 40.12 million euros, compared to 29.74 million for the 1st quarter of the previous fiscal year, which makes it possible to maintain a “double-digit growth outlook” for 2023.

Esker

The French cloud platform which promotes the finance and customer service professions by automating management cycles will announce its turnover for the fourth quarter.

Fill Up Media

Fill Up Media, the French leader in outdoor digital sound displays on fuel dispensers, announces the appointment of Damien Dumortier as Key Accounts Sales Director. He joined the group with the main tasks of structuring the Key Accounts commercial policy and managing the team, currently made up of three sales representatives. His first project will be the development of a commercial action plan for the year 2023 and to ensure its implementation for each of the sales representatives under his direction.


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Kalray

The specialist in hardware and software technologies dedicated to the management and intensive processing of data will publish its turnover for the fourth quarter.

Pierre and Holidays

The specialist in holiday villages and tourist residences will announce its turnover for the first quarter.

Renault

As of February 1, 2023, Gianluca De Ficchy has been appointed CEO of Mobilize, a Renault group brand dedicated to new mobility. A graduate in Economics from the LUISS University of Rome, he was until now and since 2021 Alliance Purchasing Director and Managing Director of the Alliance Purchasing Organization (APO).

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