Μικτά πρόσημα στα ευρωπαϊκά χρηματιστήρια

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Μικτά πρόσημα επικράτησαν σήμερα στα ευρωπαϊκά χρηματιστήρια, με τις μετοχές του κλάδου ενέργειας να πραγματοποιούν τα μεγαλύτερα κέρδη και αυτές του κλάδου υγείας τις μεγαλύτερες απώλειες.

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Ήπιες διακυμάνσεις επικράτησαν σήμερα στα ευρωπαϊκά χρηματιστήρια, με τους επενδυτές να στρέφουν την προσοχή τους στην συνεδρίαση της Fed αυτή την εβδομάδα, μετά και τα όχι και τόσο καλά νέα που ανακοινώθηκαν για τον πληθωρισμό στις ΗΠΑ το προηγούμενο χρονικό διάστημα.

Στα κυριότερα μακροοικονομικά νέα:

Στην ευρωζώνη, ο Δείκτης Τιμών Καταναλωτή για τον μήνα Φεβρουάριο πραγματοποίησε αύξηση 0,6% (σύμφωνα με τις εκτιμήσεις των οικονομολόγων) έναντι μείωσης 0,4% τον προηγούμενο μήνα, ενώ σε ετήσια βάση ενισχύθηκε 2,6% (σύμφωνα με τις εκτιμήσεις των οικονομολόγων) έναντι αύξησης 2,8% το προηγούμενο έτος. Ο Δομικός Δείκτης Τιμών Καταναλωτή για τον μήνα Φεβρουάριο σε ετήσια βάση πραγματοποίησε αύξηση 3,1% (σύμφωνα με τις εκτιμήσεις των οικονομολόγων) έναντι αύξησης 3,3% το προηγούμενο έτος. Τέλος, το εμπορικό ισοζύγιο για τον μήνα Ιανουάριο διαμορφώθηκε σε πλεόνασμα 11,4 δισ. ευρώ από πλεόνασμα 16,8 δισ. ευρώ τον προηγούμενο μήνα.

Ο δείκτης Stoxx 600 έκλεισε στις 504,32 μονάδες με πτώση 0,10%.

Στην Φρανκφούρτη ο δείκτης DAX έκλεισε στις 17.934,75 μονάδες με οριακά κέρδη 0,06%, με το σήμα να διατηρείται σε strong buy, και με την στήριξη να βρίσκεται στις 17.049 μονάδες.

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Στο Λονδίνο ο δείκτης FTSE 100 έκλεισε στις 7.7223,54 μονάδες με οριακές απώλειες 0,05%, με το σήμα να διατηρείται σε strong buy, και με την αντίσταση να βρίσκεται στις 7.872 μονάδες και την στήριξη στις 7.682 μονάδες.

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Στο Παρίσι ο δείκτης CAC 40 έκλεισε στις 8.149,84 μονάδες με πτώση 0,18%, με το σήμα να παραμένει σε strong buy, και με την στήριξη να βρίσκεται στις 7.937 μονάδες.

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Recommendations

Hapag-Lloyd: The analyst from UBS, Cristian Nedelcu, maintains his advice to sell. The target price is reduced from EUR 110 to EUR 101.

Vonovia: Neil Green from JP Morgan retains his positive opinion on the stock with a Buy rating. The target price is lowered from EUR 31 to EUR 30.

Vinci: UBS underlines the positive trends in airports for the month of February. The analyst confirms his buy recommendation on the stock, with an unchanged target price of E131, representing a potential upside of 12%.

‘ Blockades imposed by farmers continued to impact freeway traffic in February, while airport traffic represented 103% of 2019 levels ‘ reports UBS.

Vinci Autoroutes’ intercity network traffic recorded a 2.1% decline in February 2024. Passenger traffic at airports in the Vinci Airports network, on the other hand, recorded growth of 14.4% in February 2024 compared with February 2023.

Εταιρικά νέα

Gucci owner Kering will propose the appointment of three new independent directors to its board at the company’s annual general meeting next month.

The French luxury giant said Monday that it will propose the nomination of Rachel Duan, senior vice president of General Electric and president and chief Executive of General Electric Global Markets; Giovanna Melandri, president of Human Foundation; and Dominique D’Hinnin, chairman of Eutelsat Communications. The proposed appointments follow the departures of Gucci Chairman and Chief Executive Jean-François Palus; independent director Tidjane Thiam, who resigned to devote more time to his political commitments, and Emma Watson, as her term of office expires at the end of the next annual general meeting.

Provided the resolutions are approved at the meeting on April 25, the board of directors will consist of 13 members, 64% of whom will be independent and 55% women, the company said.

Marshalls said pretax profit and revenue fell amid challenging end-market conditions, and that revenue this year will be lower than previously expected.

The concrete-products company said Monday that revenue in the first two months of 2024 was lower than in the year-prior period, reflecting the continued weakness it experienced in the second half. The board expects profit this year to remain largely flat, with subdued activity levels in the first half as the start of a recovery is anticipated to be slower and more modest than previously assumed. However, it expects a modest recovery in the second half as the macro-economic environment improves.

Marshalls said its 2023 pretax profit was 22.2 million pounds ($28.3 million) compared with GBP37.2 million the year before while revenue fell to GBP671.2 million from GBP719.4 million. The board proposed a final dividend of 5.7 pence a share, taking the total for the year to 8.3 pence, compared with 15.6 pence the year before.

“With clear long-term structural growth drivers and attractive market growth opportunities, the group is well positioned for relative outperformance in the medium term, and this will underpin a material improvement in profitability as end markets recover,” Chief Executive Matt Pullen said.

TotalEnergies (Paris:TTE) (LSE:TTE) (NYSE:TTE) is pleased to announce it has reached over 1.5 GW of signed renewable Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) with over 600 industrial and commercial customers worldwide, for self-consumption on their sites and injection into the grid. Of this 1.5 GW, 1.1 GW is already in operation, producing 1.5 TWh of electricity a year, while 400 MW will be commissioned by year-end.

By solarizing its customers’ sites, TotalEnergies will support the energy transition of various industries, including agrifood, automotive, cement, digital, manufacturing, metals, mining, retail, and warehousing.

A unique footprint across all continents

Operating to the highest industry standards and in close proximity to its customers, TotalEnergies’ distributed generation solutions are present in over 30 countries across all continents, positioning TotalEnergies as one of the distributed generation players with the widest coverage.

Examples of TotalEnergies’ onsite renewable generation projects include:

— In the United States, a long-term contract was signed for a solar carport project (12.3 MWp) coupled with battery storage (7.4 MW/24.6 MWh) to supply power to JFK Airport serving New York City. — In Belgium, the construction of a 31 MWp floating photovoltaic (PV) plant for Holcim Belgium to supply decarbonized electricity to the Obourg cement plant. — In Oman, the launch of a 17 MWp single-axis tracker ground-mounted solar facility for Veolia to power the Sharqiyah Desalination Plant. — In Indonesia, the construction of a 43 MWp rooftop solar system, the largest in the country, to power a Gunung Raja Paksi (GRP) steel factory.

Tailored, competitive solutions for B2B customers

TotalEnergies sells renewable electricity generated at its B2B customers sites through long-term PPAs. To this end, the Company develops, finances, builds, and operates solar panels installed on rooftops, carports, and vacant industrial lands.

These solar solutions enable companies to enjoy significant bill savings and predictable electricity prices, while reducing their carbon footprint. Onsite behind-the-meter batteries are also offered as a complement to increase local consumption of solar electricity while providing stabilization services to electricity grid operators. In addition, TotalEnergies has a wide range of decarbonized energy solutions such as renewable electricity (off-site solar, wind and hydro PPAs), low-carbon fuels (from hydrogen and biogas to Sustainable Aviation Fuel), CO capture, storage and use, and electric mobility (including trucks), adapted to over twenty industries.

“Thanks to the trust and closeness we have established with our B2B customers, the dedication of our teams, and our Company’s commitment, we are proud to continue accelerating our growth in distributed generation worldwide. In an unstable market with high energy prices, we provide our customers not only decarbonized energy but also visibility and operational excellence throughout the duration of the PPA”, said Vincent Stoquart, Senior Vice President Renewables at TotalEnergies.

Clontarf Energy said that it has raised 400,000 pounds ($509,320) via share placing of 0.01 pence each share. The company said Monday that the proceeds will be used to advance its lithium projects in Bolivia and neighboring countries, as well as on petroleum projects in Ghana, Australia, and elsewhere.

Currys raised adjusted profit guidance for fiscal 2024 on stronger-than-expected sales since its peak season.

The U.K. electronics retailer said Monday that adjusted pretax profit for the year to April is expected to be at least 115 million pounds ($146.4 million) compared with its previous guidance of between GBP105 million and GBP115 million. The company said sales were stronger than it expected in the period since its peak season that ended Jan. 6. In the U.K. and Ireland and the Nordics region, like-for-like sales are positive and gross margins remain robust, the company said.

Currys confirmed that no takeover proposal was received from JD.com after the Chinese e-commerce company said Friday that it wouldn’t make an offer. The group expects the sale of its Greek operations to be completed in the first half of April 2024 and said its full-year results will show Greece as a discontinued operation. “We expect to finish the year in a net cash position, with our already healthy balance sheet and liquidity further strengthened by the sale of Kotsovolos,” Chief Executive Alex Baldock said.

Looking ahead, the group targets at least 3.0% adjusted earnings before interest and taxes margin with focus on sustainable free cash flow generation, it said.

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