Wednesday, December 29, 2021 Stocks to watch tomorrow on the Paris Stock Exchange

Wednesday, December 29, 2021 Stocks to watch tomorrow on the Paris Stock Exchange

(AOF) – EO2

The results of the first half of 2021-2022 (closed at the end of August) lifted the EO2 screen on Tuesday evening. Thus, the current group in the wood energy sector achieved a net profit of 6 266,000 (group share) (6 496,000 a year ago) and an operating profit of 8 278,000 (8 518,000 a year ago). Finally, sales were 12.97 million euros. It was based on 9.5% Like for Like and 15.1% current data.

Figak Aero

On the occasion of releasing its provisional half-yearly results, Figeac Aéro reaffirmed its annual objectives. For its current fiscal year ending March 2022, the aerospace equipment maker is still targeting 250 to 300 million (i.e. growth between 22.2% and 46.6%), the current EBITDA double digits and positive free. Cash flow.

Remote performance

Telepersformers announced Tuesday evening that it has acquired Sensor from Kingswood Capital Management, a US-based investment firm based in Los Angeles, California. The size of the transaction (company value) is $ 400 million. The acquisition is fully funded by a bank loan.

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