Stock market: shares in Paris and Europe – 2022-10-05 at 08:57

Stock market: shares in Paris and Europe - 2022-10-05 at 08:57

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PARIS, Oct 5 (Reuters) – Stocks to watch on Wednesday on the Paris Stock Exchange and in Europe:

* EDF EDF.PA – The French state has submitted a buyout offer at a price of 12 euros per share for approximately 16% of EDF’s outstanding capital, financiers to the Autorité des marchés (AMF) said on Tuesday.

➦ The state makes an offer to renationalize EDF at 12 euros per share

* ENGIE ENGIE.PA – French gas storage facilities are “more than 99%” full in preparation for winter, the Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE) announced on Wednesday.

➦ French gas storages filled in preparation for winter-CRE

* BOUYGUES BOUY.PA announced on Tuesday that it had completed the acquisition of Equans, a subsidiary of Engie ENGIE.PA, for 6.1 billion euros.

* VALNEVA VLS.PA announced on Tuesday that it raised 102.9 million euros by issuing 21 million new ordinary shares in the US and Europe.

* STMICROELECTRONICS STM.MI STM.PA announced on Wednesday plans to build a semiconductor wafer plant in Italy.

➦ Stmicro will build a semiconductor wafer plant in Italy

* TESCO TSCO.L on Wednesday forecast full-year adjusted operating profit at the lower end of its forecast range due to significant uncertainty over the macroeconomic outlook.

➦ Tesco adjusts its profit forecast to the lower end of the range

* HENKEL HNKG_p.DE – The deteriorating economic outlook makes reliable planning for the coming weeks impossible, the chairman of the board of the chemicals and consumer goods group said in an interview published on Wednesday in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung daily.

* LUFTHANSA LHAG.DE – Pilots at Lufthansa’s low-cost subsidiary Eurowings are considering a strike on Thursday after talks with the group’s management broke down, the Vereinigung Cockpit (VC) union said on Tuesday.

* SWEDISH MATCH SWMA.ST – Philip Morris International PM.N said on Tuesday it expects a green light from the European Commission in late October for a $16 billion (16.05 billion euro) takeover bid for the Swedish group. .

(Writing by Claude Shenjou; Editing by Sophie Lue and Kate Entringer)

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