Towards a difficult stock market session for Alphabet, Microsoft and Texas Instruments

* ASM INTERNATIONAL

the semiconductor supplier, announced Tuesday a turnover up to 610 million euros in the third quarter, a performance slightly higher than its forecasts.

* BARCLAYS

– The British bank Barclays saw its profit increase by 10% year on year in the third quarter with an increase in its turnover but its provisions for credit losses tripled in the face of a slowing economy. Net profit group share reached 1.5 billion pounds for the three months to the end of September, for a turnover of 6.0 billion pounds, up 9%.

* DASSAULT SYSTEMES

– The Dassault Systemes group on Wednesday raised its forecasts for profit and turnover for the whole of the year, due in particular to the rise in the dollar, after publishing quarterly results that beat expectations.

* DEUTSCHE BANK

– The first German banking group Deutsche Bank multiplied by more than five over one year its net profit for the third quarter, the highest “in a decade” thanks to the fruits of its restructuring initiated in 2019, he indicated on Wednesday. Net profit group share reached 1.1 billion euros, compared to just 194 million euros in the third quarter of last year, Deutsche Bank said in a press release. It far exceeds analysts’ expectations.

* HEINEKEN

– The brewer sees signs of weak consumer demand after its beer sales missed estimates amid growing inflationary pressures. The world’s second-largest brewer said beer volumes rose 8.9% on an organic basis during the third quarter, lower than analysts’ average estimate of 11.8%. Rising costs have squeezed margins and rising prices have kept some customers from drinking more. “We increasingly see reasons to be cautious about the macroeconomic outlook, including some signs of weaker consumer demand,” Chief Executive Dolf van den Brink said in a statement on Wednesday.

* INDITEX

owner of the Zara, Bershka and Massimo Dutti brands, announced on Tuesday the sale of its stores in Russia to Daher Group, without ruling out relocating to the country if “circumstances” change.

* MERCEDES

– Premium car maker Mercedes-Benz doubled its net profit in the third quarter year on year to nearly 4 billion euros, thanks to improved sales, particularly in China, as well as the increase in its prices. Despite the tensions that persisted this quarter on the supply chains, the German group achieved a turnover up 19%, to 37.7 billion euros, he announced in a press release on Wednesday. .

*MICHELIN

published revenue up 20.5% to 20.7 billion euros year on year for the first nine months of the year but revised its structural free cash flow target to 700 million euros against 1.2 billion euros previously.

* TARKET

reported third-quarter revenue growth of 24.2% compared to the same period a year ago.

* VINCI

recorded a quarterly turnover up 12% on a like-for-like basis, to 16.7 billion euros, announced the group, which also confirms its annual outlook.

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