The stocks to follow tomorrow on the Paris Stock Exchange – Tuesday, November 15, 2022 – 11/14/2022 at 6:31 p.m.

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The specialist in the manufacture of electronic components will communicate its turnover for the third quarter.

Alpha MOS

Alpha MOS announces the signing of a two-year framework agreement for the supply of Heracles electronic noses to a Chinese leader in dairy products: Lan Chou Instruments. Established in the agricultural regions of western China, Lan Chou Instruments is an approved supplier for this industry and recognized for its expertise in instrumentation. This agreement was concluded after several weeks of intensive tests conducted in partnership with the dairy manufacturer, tests which validated the performance and precision of the Alpha MOS instruments.


The digital services company specializing in connected systems will indicate its turnover for the third quarter.


The manufacturer of electronic leisure products will present its second quarter sales.


The player in decorative and technical solutions for interior fittings will disclose its turnover for the third quarter.

OL Group

As of September 30, 2022, OL Groupe, whose sale to Eagle Football has been postponed until November 17, recorded first-quarter ticketing revenue up 45% to €10.1 million compared to €5.9 million at the same period last year, benefiting mainly from the historic record in L1 when they received PSG on September 18, 2022. TV and marketing rights are down, due to the non-participation in the European Cup this season.


Plastivaloire achieved a fourth quarter, ending at the end of September, a turnover of 185.4 million euros, up 29.7%, of which 27.3% at constant exchange rates. “After being severely disrupted since mid-2021 by “Stop & Go” due to shortages of electronic components, activity is gradually returning to a more normative level as expected,” commented the automotive supplier. The performance achieved in the fourth quarter brings the annual turnover 2021-2022 to 704.2 million, representing a growth of 4%. It rose by 3.7% at constant exchange rates.


Toosla, a digital player in short-term car rental, announces the arrival of David Dubreil within its Management Committee as Chief Operating Officer, and Nicolas Petit de Mirbeck, as Chief Operating Officer, to support its growth.


Touax disclosed 9-month revenues of €120.2 million, up €37.5 million or 45.3%. The favorable exchange effect linked to the dollar, localized on the Container business, is 7.2 million euros. Owned activities increased by 34.2 million euros to 112.1 million euros, with respective increases of 14.2 million euros for the rental activity and 20 million euros for the equipment sales activity thanks to the disposal of containers for own account, which outperformed.


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