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Aubay, Hi-Media, Keyrus, Korian, Terreis: French Equity Preview

March 24 (Bloomberg) -- The following is a list of companies whose stocks may have unusual price changes in Paris. Symbols are in parentheses after company names and prices are from the last close.

France’s CAC 40 Index rose 0.5 percent to 3,913.73 points, while the broader SBF 120 Index also rose 0.5 percent.

Aubay (AUB FP): The computer consulting company said it would pay a 14-cent-per-share dividend after profit rose to 6.3 million euros. The stock fell 1.3 percent to 6.11 euros.

Gameloft SA (GFT FP): The video-game developer said its full-year profit rose to 13.6 million euros. The stock rose 2.5 percent to 4.67 euros.

Hi-Media SA (HIM FP): The online media group said it had a net loss of 58.6 million euros last year. The stock rose 0.5 percent to 3.88 euros.

Keyrus (KEY FP): The computer-services company said 2010 net income climbed to 2.7 million euros from 1.5 million euros the previous year. The shares rose 2.4 percent to 1.74 euros.

Korian (KORI FP): The retirement-home operator said 2010 sales advanced 8.5 percent to 923 million euros and net income jumped 65 percent to 24.7 million euros, and forecast 2011 revenue will climb at least 7 percent. Korian shares climbed 1.5 percent to 16.70 euros.

STEF-TFE (STF FP): The transporter of frozen foods said full-year profit rose to 47.2 million euros, and that it would pay a 1.25 euro-per-share dividend. The stock rose 0.2 percent to 42.9 euros.

Terreis (TER FP): The real-estate investment company said it would pay a 49-cent-per-share dividend after 2010 rental income rose to 21.2 million euros. The stock rose 3.3 percent to 13.84 euros.

To contact the reporter on this story: Matthew Campbell in Paris at mcampbell39@bloomberg.net; Rudy Ruitenberg at rruitenberg@bloomberg.net

To contact the editor responsible for this story: David Merritt at dmerritt1@bloomberg.net.

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