Stocks to watch today on the Paris Stock Exchange – Friday, June 17, 2022 – June 17, 2022 09:01

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Aramis announced the appointment of Ann-Claire Baschet to the position of Group Director of Data and Products. Anne-Claire Basche, 40, joined the group in March 2019 as data director for Aramisauto, the group’s French arm. In October 2020, she was appointed Chief Data Officer at the Aramis Group level, leading all of the Strategy, Operations and Data panels. From now on, in addition to her current line of work, she will also become the Chief Product Officer of the Aramis Group.


AudioValley, an international specialist in digital audio B2B solutions, announced that the Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders held on June 15, 2022 supported the desire to refocus the group’s activities on its core business and take the name Targetspot. Details on the implementation schedule will be provided as soon as possible in the coming weeks.


EssilorLuxottica is launching a share buyback program “which reflects the group’s confidence in its value creation potential and its long-term outlook.” The Group has given the investment service provider a mandate to purchase no more than 2.5 million shares of EssilorLuxottica, subject to market conditions, during the period beginning today, June 17, 2022, and possibly up to and including August 31, 2022. The price per share must not exceed 200 euros.

ADP Group

Groupe ADP’s total traffic increased by 18 million passengers in May 2022 compared to May 2021, with 24.3 million passengers being accepted across the entire network of managed airports. This represents 82.2% of the group traffic level in May 2019. Since the beginning of the year, the cargo traffic of the airport group increased by 129.6% compared to 2021, to 91.9 million passengers, i.e. 69.4% of passenger traffic. group traffic for the same period in 2019.


GTT has received an order from its partner, the Chinese shipyard Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding (Group) Co. Ltd. for tank design for six new LNG carriers on behalf of an Asian shipowner. GTT will design the tanks for these six LNG carriers, each of which will have a capacity of 174,000 m3 and will incorporate GTT’s NO96 Super+ membrane containment system.


JCDecaux announced that its UK subsidiary JCDecaux UK has integrated programmatic buying capabilities into its advertising spaces at London Heathrow Airport. “The offering will connect ad buyers and sellers to ad inventory through VIOOH, the world’s first DOOH (SSP) platform,” explains the outdoor advertising specialist.


Keyrus becomes the majority shareholder of CMG Consulting Group, a consulting firm specializing in banking, finance, insurance and real estate. Founded in 2006 in Paris, CMG Consulting Group comprises 4 companies and more than 100 employees with a turnover of 11.3 million euros in 2021. The group has grown rapidly in Europe and opened its first subsidiary in Portugal in 2021.


LDLC posted a net result of EUR 36.1 million for the 2021/2022 financial year ending at the end of March, down 14.5%. Gross operating surplus amounted to 58.4 million, down 16.6%. This fiscal year, the group once again delivered a historically strong operating margin with an EBITDA margin of 8.5% compared to 9.7% in 2020/2021. Gross profit reached 154.3 million against 162.9 million a year earlier. This slight decline mainly reflects relatively lower activity in the second half of the year.


Autonomous mobility specialist Navya signed a trilateral cooperation agreement with Michelin and beti, an operator of automated mobility networks specializing in tourism and rural areas. This agreement aims to accelerate the development and testing of pneumatic and non-pneumatic solutions developed by Michelin by integrating them into autonomous shuttles developed by Navya and deployed in real conditions in rural areas with operator beti.


Voltalia has commissioned a new solar power plant in the city of Allen in France. The 8.16 megawatt Carrière des Plaines solar power plant is located on the site of a former quarry located in the city of Allen in Bouches-du-Rhone (13), on the site of one of the best solar energy deposits. in France. This plant consists of half crystalline photovoltaic panels and half concentrated photovoltaic modules and has a contract for the sale of electricity for a period of twenty years.