Camaieu, GDF Suez, Medica, Neopost: French Equity Preview

The following is a list of companies whose shares may have unusual price changes in Paris. Stock symbols are in parentheses after company names. Share prices are from the last close.

France’s CAC 40 Index (CAC) gained 0.3 percent to 3,987.80 in Paris. The SBF 120 Index (SBF120) also rose 0.3 percent.

Camaieu (AMA) : British private equity firm Cinven Ltd. offered to buy the rest of the designer of women’s clothing. Shares gained 44 percent to 209.16 euros.

GDF Suez (GSZ) SA: The world’s biggest utility by sales signed a five-year 4.5 billion-euro multi-currency credit line with a syndicate of 24 banks to refinance existing undrawn facilities. Shares gained 0.7 percent to 28.09 euros.

Hi-Media SA (HIM) : The online media group said it won renewal of its contract with Leboncoin.fr. Shares rose 4.6 percent to 3.64 euros.

Medica SA (MDCA) : The retirement-home operator said TBU- 3 International plans to sell 7 million shares, or about 14.6 percent of Medica, leaving it with a 30.5 percent stake. Shares advanced 0.8 percent to 14.41 euros.

Neopost SA (NEO) : The supplier of mailroom equipment had full-year net income of 156.9 million euros, up 6.1 percent from a year earlier. Shares fell 0.7 percent to 63.86 euros.

Rougier SA (RGR) : The French maker of wood paneling and building materials reported full-year net income of 5.3 million euros, compared with a loss of 15.5 million euros a year earlier, and will pay a dividend of 70 euro cents a share. Shares slipped less than 0.1 percent to 39.19 euros.

Store Electronic (SESL) : The maker of public address systems won an order from retailer Monoprix SA. Shares dropped 0.9 percent to 10.95 euros.

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