The shares will follow tomorrow at the Paris Stock Exchange - Thursday, January 27, 2022 - 01/26/2022 at 6:42 PM.

The shares will follow tomorrow at the Paris Stock Exchange – Thursday, January 27, 2022 – 01/26/2022 at 6:42 PM.

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Aramis Group

The online used car dealer will publish its sales volume for the first quarter.

CRIT . group

Over the entire 2021 fiscal year, Groupe CRIT recorded 16% growth, enabling it to return to sales of over €2 billion (2.03 billion). This includes a 15% increase in the fourth quarter, to 554.4 million euros. In France, continued improvement in business was confirmed with quarterly revenue of €420.9 million, up 17.4%. International activities registered a growth of 6.2% at constant scale and exchange rates.

Ifage

Consolidated revenue for APRR, the Eiffage motorway operator’s subsidiary, was €2.569 billion excluding construction as of December 31, 2021, an increase of 18.4% over a year and a decrease of 1.6% over two years. The fee, which represents 96% of activity, increased 17.5% in one year, but remained down 2.6% compared to 2019, the pre-pandemic period.

eliore group

The collective catering specialist will publish (before the market) its turnover for the first quarter.

JCDecaux

The urban advertising specialist (after the market) will publish its annual sales.

Kaufman et al. Broad

The Construction and Real Estate Development Group will publish its annual (post-market) results.

LVMH

The luxury group will publish its annual results.

world houses

The furniture and decor (after market) brand will publish its annual sales.

Mersin

The expert in electrical specialties and graphite materials will publish its annual sales figure.

Bartosh

Bartosh revealed its results for the 2020-2021 fiscal year (ending at the end of October) on Wednesday evening. In doing so, the casino and hotel operator recorded a net loss (group share) of €51.9 million, compared to a net loss of €17.4 million in the 2019-2020 financial year. For its part, EBITDA was €13 million (74.7%), which is a margin of 5.1% of turnover (compared to 14.9% a year earlier). Finally, the turnover (already published) reached 255.7 million euros (-25.6%).

Sartorius Steadm Biotechnology

The Franco-German supplier of equipment and services to the biopharmaceutical industry will publish its annual results.

Soitec

Soitec delivered record revenue in the third quarter of 2021-2022, which ended at the end of December, and was reassured about its governance crisis. Marking this post, the semiconductor substrates specialist noted that its board of directors, including CEO, Paul Baudry, met to have constructive discussions on governance issues. The remarks come as the Public Administration’s succession plan, announced on January 19, sparked protests from the Executive Committee, causing the measure to fall.

Solutions 30

In the fourth quarter of 2021, Solutions 30 reported revenue of €220.3 million, down 8.4% (-10.9% organic). Compared to the level of pre-Covid activity for the fourth quarter of 2019, turnover of specialist in new technology solutions. It rose 9.5%. Activity fell 27.2% in France, its main market, in the fourth quarter year on year.

STMicroelectronics

The chip specialist will publish its annual results.

value

Christophe Perilat, who was appointed on Wednesday as Valeo CEO, will present the group’s strategic and financial outlook for the period 2022-2025 to the financial community on February 25. Thus, the auto supplier will also publish the press release of its annual results on February 25, instead of February 24, as initially planned. Jack Aschenbroich will continue to serve as Chairman of the Board of Directors for the remainder of his term.

Voltalia

Voltalia’s net revenue was €411.9 million in 2021, up 77% year-over-year (+81% at constant exchange rates). They benefited from the growth in energy sales (+33% to €216.2 million) and services (€271.6 million, a 2.8-fold increase after the abolition of internal sales services). Net revenue for the fourth quarter was €158.3 million, up 90% (+87% at constant exchange rates). Energy production was 4,143 GWh in 2021 (+51%), including 1,233 (+29%) in the fourth quarter.

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