Alstom serves the power generation and transmission markets, and rail transport market. Co.'s activities are divided into four sectors: the Thermal Power Sector (Co. offers power generation solutions using gas or coal to services including plant modernization, maintenance and operational support); the Renewable Power sector offers EPC solutions, turbines and generators, control equipment and maintenance for Hydropower and Wind power activities; the Grid Sector designs and manufactures equipment and turnkey solutions to manage power grids and transmit electricity from the power plant to the large end-user; and the Transport Sector provides rail transport products, systems and services.
Altarea Cogedim is a real estate investment trust and development company. Co. is an active operator in the three main segments — retail, residential & office-hotels property — with the ability to design, develop, market & manage custom-tailored real estate products. In the Retail segment, Co. is active in real estate investment, development, asset management, providing services to third-party customers. In the Residential segment, Co. is a residential property developer. In the Office Property segment, Co. is a global operator active in all commercial property formats: high-rise buildings, business districts, corporate headquarters, renovation projects, green districts & luxury hotels.
ArcelorMittal is a steel company, based in Luxembourg, with operations in more than 60 countries. Co. is active in all major global steel markets, including automotive, construction, household appliances and packaging, as well as activities in Research & Development and technology, with captive supplies of raw materials and its own distribution network. Co. has an industrial presence in over 20 countries spanning four continents, covering key steel markets, from emerging to mature. Co. offers a complete spectrum of steel products from commodity steel to value-added products, from long products to flat, from standard to specialty products, from carbon steel to stainless steel and alloys.
Beiersdorf manufactures and distributes consumer goods. Co. operates in two business segments: consumer, which is Co.'s main business that focuses on the skin and body care markets, with products including NIVEA's Deodorant Invisible for Black & White, NIVEA Deodorant Stress Protect, NIVEA In-Shower Body Lotion, NIVEA Cellular Anti-Age face care, and Eucerin's VOLUME-FILLER; and tesa, which develops, produces, and markets self-adhesive products and system solutions for industry, craft businesses, and consumers. In the electrical industry, the tesa business segment's adhesive systems are used in mobile devices such as smartphones, tablet personal computers, and MP3 players.
Carmila SA. Carmila SA, formerly Cardety SA, is a France-based company that operates in the real estate investment sector. The Company is primarily engaged in the acquisition, holding and managing of commercial real estate assets for lease. The Company's real estate assets include a supermarket under the ED brand in Forges-les-Eaux, a shopping center in Pau Lescar, a retail park in Mondeville, a shopping mall in Besancon Chalezeule, a building complex in Salaise-sur-Sanne and a business park project in Quetigny.
Chocoladefabriken Lindt & Sprungli is a holding company based in Switzerland. Co. and its subsidiaries manufacture and sell premium chocolate products. Co.'s products are sold under the brand names: Lindt, Ghirardelli, Caffarel, Hofbauer and Kufferle. Worldwide, Co. maintains eight manufacturing plants (six in Europe and two in the United States) and sells mainly in countries within Europe and the NAFTA countries.
Commerzbank operates through five segments: Private Customers, which comprises the Private Customers, Direct Banking and Commerz Real divisions; Mittelstandsbank, which include the Mittelstand Germany, Corporate Banking & International and Financial Institutions divisions; Central and Eastern Europe, which consists of the universal and regional banking and direct banking activities; Corporates and Markets, which consists the Equity Markets & Commodities, Fixed Income & Currencies, Corporate Finance and Credit Portfolio Management divisions; as well as Non-Core Assets, which includes the operations of CRE Banking Germany, CRE Banking International, Public Finance and Deutsche Schiffsbank.
Danone is engaged in activities in the global food and beverages industry. Co. operates in four markets: Fresh Dairy Products (Co. produces and sells yogurts, fermented dairy products and other fresh dairy products); Waters (Co. produces and sells natural waters as well as flavored and vitamin-enriched waters products); Early Life Nutrition (Co. produces baby formula, milk-and fruit-based desserts, cereals, small pots of baby food and ready-made baby food); and Medical Nutrition (Co. develops adult and pediatric clinical nutrition products to be taken orally, or through a catheter in the event of malnutrition related to illness or other causes).
E.ON is an investor-owned energy company. The Generation global unit consists of all Co.'s existing (fossil and nuclear) generation assets in Europe. The Renewables unit is engaged in managing Co.'s carbonsourcing and renewables businesses. The Global Commodities unit buys and sells electricity, natural gas, liquefied natural gas, oil, coal, freight, biomass, and carbon allowances. The Exploration & Production unit is a active in the focus regions of the North Sea (U.K., Norway), Russia and North Africa. The New Build & Technology unit include Co.'s project-management and engineering operations to support the construction of new power plants and the operation of existing plants.
Engie is an industrial group, based in France, active in the fields of gas, electricity, energy services and the environment. Co. is an energy provider across the entire energy chain, in electricity and in natural gas, including: purchase, production and commercialization of natural gas and electricity; transport, distribution, management and development of major natural gas infrastructures; design and commercialization of energy services and environment-related services. Co.'s activities are conducted through five segments: Energy Europe, Energy International, Global Gas and LNG, Infrastructures, and Energy Services.
Iliad is an operator in the French internet access & telecommunications markets. Co. divides its operations into three business segments: Broadband, Traditional Telephony, and Retail Telecom. Broadband includes Internet service provider operations, hosting services, user assistance operations & operations related to the rollout of the FTTH (fiber-to-the-home) network. Traditional Telephony includes switched landline telephony (One.Tel and Iliad Telecom), directory services (mainly the ANNU reverse look-up directory accessible by Minitel, telephone, Internet and SMS text messaging) and e-commerce operations (Assunet.com). Retail Telecom offers various mobile phones & services to customers.
Klepierre specializes in the development, rental, and asset management of real estate properties in 13 Continental Europe countries. Co. also provides services to third party customers. Co.'s properties include shopping centers, office buildings and shops. It structures its operation into business segments and geographic regions: Shopping centers are structured into 6 operating segments, and the remaining two operating segments are Retail Assets and Office Buildings. As of Dec 31 2013, Co.'s portfolio comprised 91 centers in France/Belgium, 25 centers in Scandinavia, 35 centers in Italy, 76 centers in Spain/Portugal, 23 centers in Central Europe, and 6 centers in other countries.
L'Oreal acts as a holding company. Through its subsidiaries, Co. plays a strategic coordination role and scientific, industrial and marketing coordination role on a global basis. Co. develops, manufactures and commercializes products for Skin care, Hair care, Make-up, Perfumes, Toiletries and deodorants, and Oral cosmetics. Co. has three branches: Cosmetics, Body shop and Dermatology. Co.'s principal activities comprise four divisions: Professional Products, Consumer Products, L'Oreal Luxe and Active Cosmetics. The Body Shop branch offers various cosmetics and toiletry products. The Dermatology branch offers topical dermatology prescription, and corrective and aesthetic dermatology.
Mercialys is a real estate company, specialized in the transformation and management of shopping centers. Co. manages a portfolio of 91 properties located throughout France at Dec 31, 2013. Co.'s assets are classified into three categories: large regional shopping centers (GLA of over 365,800 sq. m.), neighborhood shopping centers (GLA of over 181,600 sq. m.), and Other assets (40,900 sq. m.). At Dec. 31, 2013, the portfolio comprised 25 large regional shopping centers, 36 neighborhood shopping centers, and 18 other sites such as food stores, specialty stores, independent cafeterias, service malls, and convenience stores, representing a total gross leasable area of about 588,300 sq. m.
Natixis is a player in the European banking industry. As the banking partner of large companies in France, Co. also plays an active role in serving financial institutions (banks, insurance companies, pension funds, etc.). Co.'s activities are divided into in three main business lines: Wholesale Banking, Investment Solutions (Asset Management, Private Banking, Insurance, and Private Equity) and Specialized Financial Services. Co. operates in four geographical regions: France; other EU countries; North America (Canada, USA); and other OECD countries. As of Dec. 31 2013 Co.'s total assets totaled Euro510,131,000,000.
Nestle is a holding company which is based in Switzerland. Through its subsidiaries and allied companies, Co. is engaged in the food processing industry. Co.'s product portfolio has seven categories, Powder and Liquid Beverages, Nutritional and Health Science, Milk products and ice cream, Prepared dishes and cooking aids, PetCare, Confectionery and Water.
Siemens is a technology company. Co.'s Energy sector provides a range of products, solutions and services for generating and transmitting power. The Healthcare sector provides customers a range of medical solutions across the treatment chain. The Industry sector supplies products and solutions for industrial companies, primarily in the process and manufacturing industries. The Infrastructure & Cities sector provides a range of technologies that accelerates the capabilities of metropolitan centers and urban infrastructures. The Investments segment is comprised of Co.'s equity stakes in other companies. The Financial Services segment provides business-to-business financial solutions.
Unibail-Rodamco is a commercial property operator, investor and developer. Co. is operationally organized in six geographical regions: France, Spain, Central Europe, Austria, the Nordics and The Netherlands. Its activities are divided into three business lines or segments: Shopping Centres, Offices and Convention & Exhibition. Co.'s Shopping Centres segment focuses primarily on the retail sector; the Offices segment takes care of office assets that are mainly located in the Parisian Central Business District; and the Convention-Exhibitions segment consists of a real estate venues and operations organization, and trade show organization.
Unilever is engaged in the supply of consumer goods in foods, household care and personal products. Co.'s activities are carried out through four categories: Personal Care, sales of skin care and hair care products, deodorants and oral care products; Home Care, sales of home care products, such as powders, liquids and capsules, soap bars and a range of cleaning products; Foods, sales of soups, bouillons, sauces, snacks, mayonnaise, salad dressings, margarines and spreads; and Refreshment, sales of ice cream and tea-based beverages. Co.'s products are sold in over 190 countries around the world.
Oddo Securities provides securities brokerage and research services. The company offers equity, economic, and derivatives research and credit analysis services. It focuses on insurance, automotive, building materials, pharmaceuticals, telecommunications, information technology, and agri-food industries.
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The increase in Fortum’s stake in Uniper to 73.4% upends the two groups’ strategic priorities. In seeking to maintain an investment grade credit rating, Uniper might have to scale back its ambitions in terms of growth investments. In an environment where rivals are looking ahead to the future, Fortum and Uniper are uniting in adversity. We initiate coverage of Uniper with a Reduce rating and a target price of € 24.30. - Cf. company report published last evening. - ...
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>H1 2020 EBITDA expected to be down sharply - We expect H1 2020 EBITDA of € 198m (vs € 307m last year). The manganese business unit should show EBITDA of € 220m, down on last year (€ 316m) as the resilience of Comilog (ore business in Gabon) is unlikely to offset the expected strong pressure in manganese alloys. EBITDA in the mineral sands business should reach € 43m (vs € 52m last year) thanks to the increase in production partially offsetting the negative price effe...
>Un EBITDA du S1 2020 en forte baisse - Nous anticipons un EBITDA au S1 2020 de 198 M€ (vs 307 M€ l’an dernier). La BU Manganèse devrait afficher un EBITDA de 220 M€ en retrait par rapport à l’an dernier (316 M€) car la résilience de Comilog (minerai au Gabon) ne devrait pas compenser la forte pression attendue dans les alliages de manganèse. L’EBITDA de la BU Sables Minéralisés atteindra 43 M€ (vs 52 M€ l’an dernier) grâce à une hausse de la production compensant par...
While the trajectory of the return of capacity in China may have kindled hope, we anticipate a further postponement of the recovery, with a 60% fall in traffic in 2020 and a rebound of just 40% in 2021. The relatively high multiples make the stocks vulnerable to potential disappointments, which leads us to be selective. We prefer defence stocks such as Thales and Leonardo. Airbus is our only positive recommendation in the civil aerospace segment. In the airline segment, we confirm our...
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