SOCIÉTÉ GÉNÉRALE TO FOLLOW THE PARIS STOCK EXCHANGE
PARIS (Reuters) – Values to follow on Friday at the Paris Stock Exchange and in Europe.
* SOCIÉTÉ GÉNÉRALE reported on Friday the results marked in the first quarter by a reinforcement of own funds but its market activities undergoing restructuring are still suffering.
* AIR FRANCE-KLM announced Friday losses in the first quarter, penalized by the rise in the price of kerosene and the decline in unit revenue, related to the current overcapacity of air transport.
* AXA announced Thursday a 13.5% increase in its sales in the first quarter, twice as strong as market expectations, thanks to its business insurance activities of its subsidiary XL, acquired the year last, and in health insurance in Europe.
* SWISS RE announced Friday a decline of 6.1%, to 429 million dollars (384 million euros), its net profit in the first quarter, the Swiss reinsurer having been faced with important claims for compensation that overshadowed a 5.5% increase in premiums.
The stock is down 1.4% in avant-Bourse.
* BASF announced Friday a slightly stronger than expected decline of 24% in operating profit in the first quarter, as its core chemistry business was penalized by a drop in prices for some materials used in foams. polyurethane.
The action earns 1% in avant-Bourse.
* HSBC on Friday released a first-quarter profit up 31% and above expectations, buoyed by buoyant business in Asia and lower costs.
* ADIDAS announced Friday a 17% increase in first-quarter net income above expectations, and a slower than expected slowdown in sales growth, despite previously reported problems in its North American supply chain. North and a decline in Europe.
* ELIS reported Thursday an organic growth of its turnover of 2.4% in the first quarter, to 776.7 million euros, despite an unfavorable schedule and confirmed its annual targets.
* TELECOM ITALIA (TIM). The Italian infrastructure fund F2i has submitted a binding offer on Persidera, a broadcasting subsidiary of TIM, told Reuters Thursday two sources close to the case.
* BONDUELLE announced Thursday that it expected a stable annual turnover after a 0.4% increase over the first three months of the year, the third quarter of its offbeat year.
* HUGO BOSS – Goldman Sachs raises his recommendation to "sell" to "neutral".
* ZALANDO – Société Générale notes its recommendation to "sell" to "keep" and the price target of 30 to 43 euros.
* SIEMENS HEALTHINEERS – Citigroup lowers its recommendation to "buy" to "neutral" and the price target of 42.50 to 41.50 euros.