STOCK MARKET Shares Tracking in Paris and Europe (updated) – 05/06/2022 at 08:51

(Updated with Veolia/Suez, Monte dei Paschi, Intercontinental, IAG, Eiffage)

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PARIS, May 6 (Reuters) – The stocks following Friday on the Paris stock exchange and in Europe where futures contracts point to an open without much change:

* VEOLIA VIE.PA and SUEZ SEVI.PA Friday announced the signing of an agreement for the acquisition by Suez of all of Veolia’s hazardous waste assets in France.


* AXA AXAF.PA on Thursday reported a 2% sales increase in the first quarter as the French insurer’s health and non-life insurance offset lower income from savings and life insurance.


* SCOR SCOR.PA reported a loss of 80 million euros in the first quarter compared to a profit a year ago, partly due to the consequences of the war in Ukraine and the very high level of natural disasters.


* JCDECAUX JCDX.PA on Thursday posted a 50.3% sales increase to 683 million euros for the first quarter and expected adjusted organic sales growth of more than 15% in the second quarter.


* EIFFAGE FOUG.PA announced Friday that it has entered into exclusive negotiations for the acquisition of 70% of Snef Telecom.


* EUROAPI EAPI.PA – The subsidiary SANOFI SASY.PA, specializing in active pharmaceutical ingredients, will start its stock market debut this Friday.


* RUBIS RUBF.PA on Thursday announced quarterly sales of 1.47 billion euros, an increase of 49%.

* ING INGA.AS announced a lower-than-expected net profit of 429 million euros for the first quarter, including an increase in bad debt provisions related to its exposure to Russia and Ukraine.


* ADIDAS ADSGn.DE has lowered its 2022 forecast after disappointing Q1 results due to the COVID-19 lockdown in China.

* NOVARTIS NOVN.S Thursday announced the cessation of production of its cancer treatments Lutathera and Pluvicto at its plants in Italy and New Jersey in the United States due to potential quality problems in their production.

* INTERCONTINENTAL HOTELS GROUP IHG.L reported a 61% increase in revenue per available room in the first quarter and signaled a strong recovery in the hospitality sector with the gradual recovery of leisure and business travel.

* IAG ICAG.L saw a strong recovery in business travel in the first quarter and British Airways, the owner of the company, expects profits from the second quarter and for the full year.

* MONTE DEI PASCHI DI SIENA BMPS.MI on Friday announced a profit of 9.7 million euros in the first quarter.


(Written by Claude Chendjou, edited by Sophie Louet)