STOCK MARKET-Stocks to follow in Paris and Europe (updated) – 04/27/2022 at 08:56

STOCK MARKET-Stocks to follow in Paris and Europe (updated) - 04/27/2022 at 08:56

(Updated with Mercedes-Benz, Puma, Ted Baker, GSK)

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PARIS, April 27 (Reuters) – The stocks to follow on Wednesday on the Paris Stock Exchange and in Europe:

* STMICROELECTRONICS STM.PA on Wednesday reported first-quarter earnings above the Refinitiv consensus as strong demand for microcontrollers offset slower activity at a manufacturing site in China amid the COVID-19 pandemic. nFWN2WO1KI

* AIR LIQUIDE AIRP.PA reported quarterly sales above expectations at 6.89 billion euros, up 8% like-for-like. nS8N2UL0C9

* SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC SCHN.PA announced on Wednesday that it had signed a letter of intent to sell its activities in Russia to its local management team, an operation which should result in its accounts by an impairment of up to 300 million euros . nL5N2WP1VY

* RENAULT RENA.PA is not commenting on Russian reports that the French automaker will transfer its stake in Russian group Avtovaz AVAZI_p.MM to a science institute in Russia, a Renault spokesman said on Wednesday. nP6N2VA00N

* DASSAULT SYSTEMES DAST.PA on Wednesday raised its annual profit forecast after results above expectations in the first quarter, driven by its industrial activities and in clinical trials. nL6N2WP04F

* ATOS ATOS.PA published a decline of 2.4% in organic data in its turnover in the first quarter, to 2.75 billion euros, and confirmed its forecasts for 2022.

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* WORLDLINE WLN.PA on Wednesday reported organic revenue growth of 11.6% in the first quarter and maintained its full-year guidance despite the impact of the war in Ukraine. nS8N2VK0AK

* PLASTIC OMNIUM PLOF.PA confirmed its annual forecast on Wednesday despite the 7.3% decline at constant exchange rates in its consolidated turnover with the continuing shortage of semiconductors and the war in Ukraine.

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* MICHELIN MICP.PA on Tuesday reported a 19% rise in first-quarter sales and confirmed its full-year guidance despite operational disruptions and inflationary pressures exacerbated by the conflict in Ukraine and the resurgence of COVID-19 in China . nL5N2WO6BY

* VALEO VLOF.PA published stable quarterly sales over one year at constant scope and exchange rates and confirmed its financial objectives for the full year.

* TOTALENERGIES TTEF.PA announced on Wednesday the acquisition of Core Solar to strengthen its position in the renewable energy sector in the United States. nL5N2WP274

* ADP ADP.PA published consolidated sales up 78.9% in the first quarter, to 848 million euros.

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* BIC BICP.PA reported a “very good” first quarter on Tuesday, explaining that the improvement in the operating margin linked to the growth in turnover had more than compensated for the increase in raw material costs , and said it is now counting on an increase in annual sales located at the top of the range of 7% to 9% mentioned above. (The release: nGNE1Q1QMC)

* IPSEN IPN.PA confirmed its annual targets after the 9.6% increase at constant exchange rates in its sales in the first quarter. nP6N2VA00L

* DEUTSCHE BANK DBKGn.DE reported a better-than-expected rise in its first-quarter profit, thanks to higher results at its investment bank, but the German group warned that the conflict between Russia and Ukraine could impact its annual performance.

* CREDIT SUISSE CSGN.S on Wednesday reported a loss of 273 million Swiss francs (266.21 million euros) in the first quarter and announced the departure of its chief financial officer, after a series of scandals that rocked the band. nL6N2WP042

* COMMERZBANK CBKG.DE reported quarterly net profit more than doubled to 284 million euros and reaffirmed all of its 2022 financial targets, including that of a net profit of more than 1 billion euros.

* LLOYDS LLOY.L on Wednesday posted quarterly profit above expectations despite rampant inflation.

* PUMA PUMG.DE gains 3.1% in pre-market after posting better-than-expected first-quarter results.

* MERCEDES-BENZ MBGn.DE rises 3% in pre-market after the car manufacturer’s announcement of an increase in its operating profit (Ebit).

* GSK GSK.L posted first quarter results above expectations and maintained its guidance for 2022 thanks to strong demand.

* TED BAKER TED.L said on Wednesday it had received “a number” of offers from companies potentially interested in its takeover after the fashion group went up for sale earlier this month.

* SEB SEBa.ST – The Swedish bank on Wednesday posted better-than-expected first-quarter net profit.

* INTERPARFUMS IPAR.PA published a growth of 22.5% in its quarterly turnover to 162.4 million euros.

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(Written by Marc Angrand)

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