BNP Paribas: where is the bank going in the stock market after the severe downturn?

BNP Paribas disappoints shareholders. On Thursday, February 1, the share price of the bank of Rue d’Antin (France’s leading financial institution by market capitalization) fell significantly (-9.21%), in large transaction volumes. Financial analysts and equity investors have chastised the lower-than-expected earnings forecast. In the fourth quarter of 2023, BNP Paribas’ net banking income (NBI, the … Read more

Apple disappointed, iPhone demand slows in China, iPad and Mac sales worried

Apple It returned to growth in the fourth quarter of 2023, after four consecutive declines in its turnover, as the group prepares for the big launch of its headphones on Friday. virtual reality, VisionPro. The billing arrived 119,600 billion dollars, up 2% year-on-year, while analysts were expecting 117.9 billion, according to a consensus compiled by … Read more

Facebook (Meta) and Amazon are on the rise in the stock market after a “surprisingly good year”

Meta And Amazon Wall Street cheered Thursday, February 1, with better-than-expected quarterly results, with both groups benefiting perfect holiday seasoncost reduction in 2023 and rapid integration of management toolsArtificial intelligence (AI) in their services. the main company of FacebookInstagram and WhatsApp have been obtained 40 billion dollars turnover in the fourth quarter, of which it … Read more

“French startups ask themselves to go abroad to raise money”

Capital: In mid-January, Bpifrance launched a program to strengthen cooperation between startups and large groups, to support the government’s goal of doubling orders from public and private companies to startups by 2027. Aurélie Hard: facilitate relations between start and large companies, to accelerate the development of technological innovations, this is Techinnov’s DNA! And that since … Read more

Vivendi: a huge acquisition in sight for Canal+

Get size in sight Canal+ ! According to the information Echoes InvestingCanal+ (that corresponds to Vivendi) wants to buy South Africa’s MultiChoice group. The encrypted channel also presented an offer, as confirmed in a press release: “The Canal+ group confirms this Presented to the Multiple Choice Steering Committee A letter containing a non-binding indicative offer … Read more