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Stock Exchange – Stocks to Follow in Paris and Europe (Updated)

(Updated with InterContinental, Deliveroo, PostNL, Sika, Husqvarna, details on Renault)

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PARIS, Oct 21 (Reuters) – Shares follow on Friday on the Paris Stock Exchange and in Europe:

* KERING PRTP.PA Thursday reported a higher-than-expected sales increase in the third quarter thanks to its dynamism in Europe and despite the disappointing sales of the Gucci brand.

Kering sales beat expectations in the third quarter but Gucci disappointed

* L’ORÉAL OREP.PA reported strong sales growth in the third quarter, as strong demand in Europe and the United States helped offset disruption in China due to health restrictions.

➦ L’Oréal reported strong sales growth in the third quarter despite China

* RENAULT RENA.PA reported a sharp 20.5% rise in third-quarter revenue on Friday, as higher prices for its new products, including electrical products, outpaced a 2.4% decline in volumes amid the ongoing semiconductor crisis.

➦ Renault recorded an increase in sales to 9.8 billion euros in the third quarter

* ESSILORLUXOTTICA ESLX.PA on Friday reported an increase in sales in the third quarter, thanks in particular to a rebound in sales in the Asia Pacific region.

➦ EssilorLuxottica sales increased 8.2% in the third quarter with the Asia Pacific region

* VIVENDI VIV.PA posted quarterly revenue up 4.1% on a reported basis and 0.6% on an organic basis, the period marked by lower Canal + and Editis sales.

➦ Vivendi-Slight Increases Third Quarter Sales With Havas And Despite Canal +

* BOLLORÉ BOLL.PA published a quarterly turnover of 6.11 billion euros, an increase of 16% at constant rates and exchange rates, thanks to, among other things, a 25% jump in transport and logistics activities.

* FORVIA EPED.PA – the auto supplier born from the acquisition by FAurecia EPED.PA from German rival HELLA HLE.DE raised its sales forecast for this year on Friday to a range between 24.5 billion euros and 25.5 billion euros after a 31% increase in sales in the quarter The third is on an organic basis.

➦ Forvia raises its sales forecast for 2022

* TIKEHAU CAPITAL TKOO.PA reported a 10.5% increase in assets under management at the end of September compared to the end of December, reaching 36.4 billion euros, and said it had set a target of 37 billion at the end of the year. (press release:)

* REXEL RXL.PA said Friday that it has challenged the basis and validity of the indictment issued by a group entity in the so-called “exemptions” file relating to several distributors and suppliers of electrical equipment.

Rexel says she’s appealing her entity’s indictment in the opt-out file

* InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), owner of the Holiday Inn, said Friday that its revenue per available room (RevPAR) rose 28% in the third quarter, buoyed by strong demand for leisure and business travel and higher room rates.

InterContinental – Revenue per available room jumps in Q3 due to strong demand

* ADIDAS ADSGn.DE lowered its forecast for the year as a whole, saying it expects sales growth excluding currency effects of about 5%, down from 5% to 10% previously.

* HUSQVARNA HUSQb.ST – The maker of gardening equipment and tools on Friday posted operating profit well below market expectations for the third quarter and announced a restructuring of its business by cutting 1,000 jobs.

* DELIVEROO ROO.L – The UK meal delivery specialist said on Friday that its full-year revenue will be at the lower end of the previously reported range due to lower consumer budgets.

* POSTNL PTNL.AS – The Dutch postal group issued a warning on Friday about lower volumes of parcels delivered in the third quarter and said it expects these volumes to be at the 2021 level in the fourth quarter.

Sika Sika said Friday it was confident in its annual sales after increasing its sales volume by 16.6% to CHF8 billion in the first months.

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(Writing by Marc Angrand and Claude Shingo, Editing by Kate Enteringer)

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