Stock market: stocks to follow in Paris and Europe – 04/07/2022 at 08:43

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PARIS, April 7 (Reuters) – The stocks to watch on Thursday on the Paris Stock Exchange and in Europe:

* SANOFI SASY.PA – The European Commission has extended the marketing authorization of Dupixent, developed by Sanofi and Regeneron REGN.O, to the additional disease-modifying treatment for severe asthma with type 2 inflammatory signature in children six to eleven years old. nL5N2W50LJ

* VINCI SGEF.PA – Vinci Highways announced on Wednesday the acquisition of the 70% that it did not hold in the capital of the company TollPlus. nFWN2W4146

* SHELL SHEL.L announced that it will record in its first quarter accounts charges related to its exit from Russia likely to reach five billion dollars (4.6 billion euros), an amount greater than the initial estimate ($3.4 billion), but rising oil and gas prices are expected to support its results.

* ATLANTIA ATL.MI – The private equity group Blackstone BX.N is working with the Benetton family to draw up an offer to buy the Italian infrastructure group, we learned from three sources familiar with the matter after the announcement by the Spanish ACS ACS.MC of an exclusive agreement with the GIP and Brookfield funds with a view to acquiring a majority stake in the motorway activities of Atlantia.

* SWISS RE SRENH.S announced on Thursday that it is aiming for a return on equity of 14% by 2024 thanks to an increase in contributions to the profits of L&H Re and cost control.

* GENERALI GASI.MI – The project defended by shareholder Francesco Gaetano Caltagirone, who is opposed to the current management, could jeopardize dividend targets, CEO Philippe Dionnet told La Repubblica.

* ENTAIN – The British betting and gambling group reported 31% growth in first-quarter gaming revenue on Thursday despite slowing growth in its online business.

* EURONEXT ENX.PA – Credit Suisse begins monitoring the stock with an “outperform” recommendation and a price target of 96 euros.

(Written by Claude Chendjou and Marc Angrand, edited by Jean Terzian)

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