Belvedere, Latecoere, Vallourec, Vivendi: French Equity Preview
The following is a list of companies whose stocks may have unusual changes in Paris. Symbols are in parentheses after company names and prices are from the last close.
Akka Technologies (AKA FP): The provider of high-technology consulting services said first-quarter revenue rose to 113.7 million euros from 97.4 million euros in the year-earlier period. The shares rose 0.9 percent to 23 euros.
Bastide Le Confort Medical (BLC) : The provider of home health-care services said fiscal third-quarter revenue rose 11 percent to 26.6 million euros. The shares rose 0.4 percent to 9.12 euros.
Belvedere SA (BVD) : The seller of alcoholic beverages said first-quarter revenue rose 17 percent to 141.8 million euros. The shares rose 0.4 percent to 62.40 euros.
Bernard Loiseau SA (BLOI) : The restaurant company said first-quarter sales rose 13 percent to 1.55 million euros. The shares were unchanged at 4.71 euros.
Fonciere des Regions (FDR) SA: The French office landlord with stakes in five other real estate investment trusts said first-quarter revenue fell to 131.8 million euros from 142 million euros a year earlier after property sales reduced rental income. The shares declined 1.1 percent to 71.70 euros.
Heurtey Petrochem SA (ALHPC) : The manufacturer of cracking furnaces said first-quarter revenue rose 17 percent to 65.8 million euros. The shares fell 0.8 percent to 31.14 euros.
Icade (ICAD) : The property developer controlled indirectly by the French state said first-quarter revenue rose 16 percent to 354.6 million euros, aided by growth in its commercial property investment division. The shares rose 1.3 percent to 88.29 euros.
Innelec Multimedia SA (INN) : The software distributor said full-year revenue rose to 145.5 million euros from 144.8 million euros. The shares were unchanged at 8.55 euros.
Latecoere SA (LAT FP): The airplane parts maker said first- quarter revenue rose to 174.7 million euros from 100.1 million euros. The company said it had orders worth 2.3 billion euros at Dec. 31. The shares rose 0.6 percent to 11.58 euros.
Mecelec SA (MCLC) : The manufacturer of industrial equipment said first-quarter sales rose to 11.3 million euros from 7.9 million euros. The company is targeting full-year sales growth of close to 20 percent. The shares dropped 4.5 percent to 4.45 euros.
Rodriguez Group (ROD) : The designer of luxury boats said first-half revenue rose to 52.3 million euros from 21.8 million euros. The shares fell 0.8 percent to 6.62 euros.
Rougier SA (RGR) : The manufacturer of wood paneling and building materials said first-quarter sales rose 14 percent to 34.5 million euros. The shares rose 0.3 percent to 37.80 euros.
Securidev SA (SCDV) : The manufacturer of locks said first-quarter sales rose to 38.2 million euros from 36.3 million euros. The shares fell 1.6 percent to 34.54 euros.
Sodifrance (SOA) SA: The computer services company had sales of 16.4 million euros in the first quarter, down from 16.6 million euros in the year-earlier period. The shares rose 0.5 percent to 7.39 euros.
Societe Television Francaise 1 (TFI) : The owner of France’s most-watched TV channel said first-quarter profit rose 48 percent to 48.2 million euros, beating analysts’ estimates. The shares declined 1.8 percent to 12.50 euros.
Touax (TOUP FP): The leaser of transport equipment said sales rose in the first quarter to 65.3 million euros from 60.9 million euros. The shares rose 1 percent to 31.70 euros.
Ubisoft Entertainment (UBI) SA: The games developer said its full-year net loss widened to 52 million euros from 44 million euros a year earlier as revenue slid to 1.04 billion euros from 1.08 billion euros. The shares fell 1.4 percent to 6.65 euros.
Vallourec SA (VK) : The producer of steel pipes for the oil and gas industry reported profit rose 35 percent in the first three months of the year on increased sales, and the company forecast higher earnings in the second quarter. The shares slid 0.2 percent to 84.06 euros.
Vivendi SA (VIV) : The said first-quarter profit rose 29 percent as sales grew in its video-game and Brazilian telecommunications units, beating analysts’ estimates. The shares fell 1.6 percent to 19.11 euros.
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