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BOURSE-The values ​​to follow in Paris and in Europe

(Updated with Deutsche Bank, Lufthansa, Chargers, SMCP) * Variation of futures on CAC 40 index * Change in Stoxx 600 index futures * Values ​​that are treated ex-dividend * Update on European markets PARIS, April 16 (Reuters) – Values ​​to follow Monday at the Paris Stock Exchange and in Europe: * WPP. Martin Sorrell, founder and managing director of the world’s largest advertising group, resigned Saturday without waiting for the findings of the internal investigation into suspicions of financial irregularities. * MARIE BRIZARD WINE & SPIRITS on Friday doubled the estimate of its Ebitda 2017 loss following an audit of its operations in Poland, where sales fell last year. He also announced a “corrective action plan” in Poland as well as the postponement of the publication of its financial results and its annual general meeting. * SANOFI. Advent International is keen to take over Zentiva, the company’s European generic subsidiary, which is also being tackled by pharmaceutical companies and several other investment funds, the Financial Times reported on Friday. * GROUPE ADP announced Friday for the month of March Paris Airport traffic up 5.5% with 8.3 million passengers welcomed, including 5.6 million Paris-Charles de Gaulle (+ 6.1%) and 2.6 million at Paris-Orly (+ 4.1%). * MANUTAN INTERNATIONAL announced Friday a turnover up 4.6% (+ 5% at constant exchange rates and + 6% at constant exchange and day) in the first half of 2017-2018. * GETLINK announced Friday that it has finalized the implementation of the legal structure related to the reorganization of its debt and enabled by the withdrawal of two monoline credit enhancers in 2015. (The release: bit.ly/2Hhg0eR )) * CHARGEURS reported Monday a turnover up 1% in the first quarter (+ 4% organic) and confirmed its goal of doubling its revenue “profitable” by 2022, to a billion euros. * CGG announced Friday the success of its $ 300 million and $ 280 million senior bond offering. * DEUTSCHE BANK – The European Central Bank (ECB) has asked the first German bank to estimate the cost of a possible withdrawal of its investment banking business, said Sunday a source told Reuters. * UNILEVER. The ISS investor advisory firm has recommended that shareholders of the Anglo-Dutch conglomerate vote against the remuneration policy at annual general meetings scheduled for next month. * DAIMLER. The chairman of Chinese automaker Geely, Li Shufu, believes that the German group, which he owns close to 10%, should build broad alliances to boost growth and meet the challenges of new competitors in the global automotive market, an interview to be released Monday. * LUFTHANSA – The offer presented by the German group for the recovery of Alitalia seems the most promising, said the Italian Minister of Industry in an interview in La Repubblica. * SMCP – Berenberg began its follow-up of the fashion group with the purchase with a price target of 24 euros. THE ECONOMIC AGENDA OF THE DAY: (Markets Service)

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